Plastic Christmas trees are very popular these days. Failing that, many people get their spruce from a tree lot run by the local Boy Scouts or fire company. But some still prefer the old fashioned method of heading to a tree farm with a hacksaw and cutting their tree down themselves.
A Virginia woman charged with lying to federal investigators about supporting the Islamic State militant group is scheduled to appear in federal court.
Attention, Christmas shoppers: If you’re planning on buying a nice bottle of whiskey for that special someone on your list who already has enough tube socks, you have three weeks to do it before the price goes up.
Stories about Graham’s intelligence, dry humor and an unbridled zeal for life abounded Saturday at a memorial service billed as a celebration of Graham’s life.
Here are some things to know with the second round of enrollment kicking off in Virginia.
A man accused of abducting a Philadelphia woman and a Virginia teen appeared in court Wednesday on federal kidnapping charges and was appointed a public defender.
The amount of parents who elect to home-school their children is on the rise in Virginia.
The Virginia Department of Public Transportation is holding public meetings as part of the process for developing a high-speed rail corridor.
The balance of power in the U.S. House of Representatives is tipping mightily toward Republicans, and while it’s leaving that way in the 10th District of Northern Virginia, a wide open seat is not necessarily considered a slam dunk.
A Virginia man charged with having unprotected sex with two women in Maryland without disclosing he was HIV-positive has been released on bond until trial.