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  • Local CSB honors Gov. Terry McAuliffe for mental health initiative

    Local CSB honors Gov. Terry McAuliffe for mental health initiative
    The introduction of GAP, a program to provide both mental health and primary care to uninsured Virginians with a serious mental illness, earned Gov. Terry McAuliffe induction into the Hall of Fame of the Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board on Friday.
  • Jamestown's historic River

    In the unseasonably hot summer of 1619 along the banks of the James River, two seemingly insignificant events occurred within a few weeks of one another that would profoundly influence our history for centuries to come. The first was a gathering in...

    Reader feedback May 2: Fatal motorcycle accident, car vandalized in Newport News, Virginia election maps scrutinized

    Lamenting fatal accident A 27-year-old woman has died from injuries she suffered in a motorcycle accident in the Denbigh section of Newport News earlier this week, police said. The woman died at the hospital in the early morning hours Thursday. The woman...

    Full list of McAuliffe vetoes, bill actions

    We ran down the headlines a bit here, but below is a cut-and-past of the governor's veto messages and bill signings, all of which he anounced earlier today. Today the Governor announced that he has signed the following bills, which contained...

    Va. governor vetoes bill limiting license plate readers

    Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Friday he had vetoed legislation aimed at restricting the use of automatic license plate readers. The governor said the legislation, which would have limited how long police could keep data unrelated to an active...