ATLANTA (AP) — The firing of the former Atlanta police officer who's charged with murder in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks was reversed after a review panel found the city failed to follow its own procedures for disciplinary actions.
Facebook's quasi-independent Oversight Board voted to uphold his ban from the platform after his account was suspended four months ago for inciting violence that led to the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
ABINGDON, Va. — Contractors returned to Abingdon’s Historic Preservation Review Board on Wednesday, seeking approval for rooftop additions to the Summers Building near the center of town.
During the pandemic, members of local and state governing bodies have been allowed to conduct meetings electronically per executive order by G…
The Bristol Virginia School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to take no immediate action challenging a gubernatorial decree in court because its football games can be played in Tennessee.
West Ridge High School doesn’t have the new access road that Sullivan County’s school board and County Commission have been in a yearslong tug of war over, but the two bodies might be able to agree on something smaller: an access driveway.
The Washington County Board of Supervisors awarded a bid Tuesday to tear down a building at the Washington County Courthouse. But county officials do not yet have permission from the town of Abingdon to erase that building from the Main Street of this historic town.
The Sullivan County Board of Education voted 5-2 Thursday to have its attorney investigate the legal process for using eminent domain to acquire property on which it could build an access road to the new West Ridge High School.
A bill to create a minimum level of transparency by college governing boards in Virginia was widely approved by the House.
ABINGDON, Va. — The Green Spring Volunteer Fire Department got a green light from the Washington County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday — to the tune of more than $7,000.
At a lengthy Thursday night meeting, the Sullivan County Board of Education narrowly agreed to delay closing Blountville Elementary School for a year and decided to seek a $6 million bond to fund a controversial access road to West Ridge High School.
With the opening of the new West Ridge High School less than a year away, the Sullivan County Board of Education agreed to consider a proposal to build an access road to the school in time for the fall 2021 semester.
In a move to free up more money for raising teacher salaries, the Sullivan County Board of Education on Thursday unanimously approved a plan to give veteran county teachers $15,000 apiece for retiring early.
Ballad Health Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Eric Deaton will serve on the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry’…
Cold winter days are no match for this stay-at-home activity.
Michigan election officials on Monday certified Democrat Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote victory in the state amid President Donald Trump’s brazen attempts to subvert the results of the election.
Q: I wanted to comment on your recent column relating to the use of a homeowners association (HOA) pool during (the pandemic). Halfway through your answer you wrote, “You and your fellow residents voted in the board and they represent you.”
Retired Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins will serve as interim superintendent of the nation's oldest state-supported military college.
Mayor Derek Webb of Abingdon asked the Washington County Board of Supervisors for financial help Tuesday night to construct the town’s sports complex.
At its Thursday evening meeting, Sullivan County’s education board almost unanimously rejected a proposal to give county teachers $500 apiece to put toward classroom supplies and materials during the current school year.
There is so much wrong with the situation at Virginia Military Institute that it’s hard to know where to begin. Let’s take things in chronological order.
Virginia Military Institute's governing board has pledged full cooperation in the independent investigation ordered by state officials but denied that systemic racism exists at the nation's oldest state-supported military college.
The city School Board on Monday approved spending some federal CARES Act funding to expand outreach to students struggling in the virtual learning environment.