Massive Power Outages in NE Storm

The winter storm is not yet over.  More than 170,000 people in the eastern United States did not have power early Monday morning after a massive winter storm…

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DOT Approves Loan for Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel Project

$338.6 million will save Virginia millions on interest payments. The Department of Transportation announced on Tuesday that the Build America Bureau (the Bureau) provided a loan to the…

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Nationwide Election Outcomes Still Being Determined

Virginia’s results surprise pundits while New Jersey’s count is still ongoing. Results from the state and local elections held on Tuesday continue to filter in. The former governor…

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Local and Special Elections Today Across Nation

Virginia and New Jersey hold gubernatorial elections and several cities vote to elect mayors. Even though November 2, 2021, is an odd-numbered election year and date, there are still a…

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Terror Threats Made Against Shopping Malls in Virginia

Could be linked to activate ISIS cell.  Police in Northern Virginia are increasing their presence around shopping malls and high-volume roads and transit areas in response to reports of…

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Pipeline Restarts Operations But Shortages Remain

Representatives from North Carolina request timeline from Energy secretary. The owner of the Colonial Pipeline Company said late Wednesday that it has begun to restart operations after having…

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Equal Rights Amendment Seeing Momentum and Opposition

Attorneys argue over binding power of reatification deadline With Virginia’s recent ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, the 38 states necessary to amend the U.S. Constitution are finally…

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