Del. Joseph Dee Morrissey, D-Henrico, spoke after attending church services Sunday in Richmond.
Ocean Lakes and Lake Taylor won state football titles, while Lafayette came up short in its bid for a state championship.
The Norfolk Admirals fell behind 2-0 to the Springfield Falcons but rallied for a 4-3 win on Saturday night at Scope.
Del. Joseph D. Morrissey entered an Alford plea Friday to a misdemeanor count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The vote was 56-40 in favor of the measure, which funds nearly the entire government through the Sept. 30 end of the fiscal year.
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The program funds scholarships and helps girls build confidence and self esteem through physical fitness.
Operation Homefront Mid-Atlantic handed out toys and held a big party for the children.
The annual wreath laying ceremonies began in 1992. The mission is to remember, honor and teach.
Police say the driver left the man at the hospital and then fled.
The NAACP is reminding participants that the march is supposed to be non-violent.
Nathan Summerfield pleaded guilty Monday to kidnapping and killing his girlfriend while they vacationed in the OBX in 2012.
Fire crews responded to the 200 block of Albert E. Simpson Street around 2:17 a.m.
A Virginia animal advocacy group is petitioning the state to take away PETA’s rights as a shelter.
A public forum Friday evening brought in nearly 100 people to discuss concerns about how the police interact with the community.
The Norfolk Admirals surrendered a goal in each period in Friday night’s 3-1 loss to the Springfield Falcons.
Health officials are looking for a dog that bit a person in James City County Wednesday afternoon.
Officials confirm a person died in a three-vehicle crash in Suffolk Friday night.
A Newport News street gang member was slapped with not one, but two life prison sentences Friday for a double murder in 2008.
One of the men police charged for bringing a gun to Hollydazzle claims he had no intentions of being a threat to the celebration.
NSU’s president explained to the Board of Visitors on Friday how “probation” became part of the university’s record.