The Bristol Virginia City Council made it clear Tuesday they want to know how many elementary schools the School Board plans to operate before voting next month on whether to build a new one.
Spotsylvania will not remove "sexually explicit" books from library shelves or conduct a full audit of library holdings — but some School Boar…
Sometimes adding visual interest to your entryway suddenly makes a small space feel grand. TikTok creator @makingitwithabby installed her own board and batten accent wall with hooks for coats and found a bench to tie it all together.
When the high-profile jail death of Jamycheal Mitchell in 2015 exposed a systemic lack of accountability, state officials pledged progress.
Virginia’s conservation policies may need adjustments. One possibility may be to increase use of outright grants to help owners protect smaller properties, such as those likely to be owned by Blacks. But both grants and easements are needed to achieve comprehensive protection.
Virginia’s rules requiring employers to take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace technically still remain in place, though many businesses continue to urge a full repeal.
A classic game made just for kids. Play a card from your hand, and place your chip on the corresponding character on the board. The first with…
The Southwest Regional Jail Authority board voted Thursday to enter into negotiations with the city of Bristol, Virginia, which could result in the city joining the authority, closing its jail and moving all its prisoners into regional jails.
An Indonesian man is facing charges after trying to pass as his wife in order to board a flight after he reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.
Virginia’s upcoming recreational marijuana market will be subject to intense regulation from state officials, namely, a new regulatory board Gov. Ralph Northam filled out on Monday.
Bristol Virginia School Board members received a homework assignment Thursday in advance of a planned Tuesday joint meeting with the City Council.
Recently a 75-year-old man submitted a question on the Ask Tim page at AsktheBuilder.com. I get quite a few each week and answer each one. This particular question put a huge smile on my face because it screamed “Attitude.”
The vote on Jefferson Davis Highway marked the latest in a series of steps that local governments, school systems and higher education institutions in the region have taken to scrub vestiges of the Confederacy from prominence.
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — The Sullivan County Commission passed a resolution Thursday to push for a summit about a regional development hub that some local government officials have considered creating for Northeast Tennessee.
We recently had the investigation the state ordered into Virginia Military Institute. Now we have the investigation ordered into the investigation of the Virginia Parole Board. That report is now out and amounts to an “investigation of an investigation.” What to make of it?
Burwil Construction has won a contract for design and engineering of the reconstruction and expansion of the historic Washington County Courthouse in Abingdon. Burwil’s contract is worth $1.14 million, said Washington County Board of Supervisors Chairman Dwayne Ball.
Ken Smith paints scenes that look decades old. An associate professor of graphic design at Radford University, his work is now on display at the William King Museum of Art’s Panoramic Gallery as “Citizens & Soldiers: The Mostly World War II Paintings by Ken Smith.”