The June 9 primary pits speaker Howell against Stimpson, a former Stafford County supervisor.
The officials’ visit to Richmond and Charlottesville may also help the governor’s economic agenda.
A logistical switch with incoming and outgoing state prison inmates could reduce recidivism, advocates say.
The pending arrival of Metro’s Silver Line brings new urgency to planning effort dating back to 1980s.
Two leaders issue unusual joint statement promising cooperation, after public feud over spending.
Fairfax board chair, schools superintendent agree to end feud, work together.
The 2013 Virginia gubernatorial candidate settles with a PAC that he says misled his supporters.
Hall, a Democrat, represented the Richmond area from 1975 to 2009.
William J. Howell, a longtime incumbent, faces a serious challenge from his former protege, Susan Stimpson.
The state has few restrictions on where a firearms seller may do business.
House Republicans accuse Democrats of bringing lawsuits to win control of election maps.
Decision and lack of advance notice was “shameful,” “disturbing,” “bad,” candidates say.
Officials hope for a boom in development; residents wary about special tax district.
The spat is the latest war of words between William Howell and Susan Stimpson in the GOP primary race.
The former Va. lawmaker will wed the woman he was accused of having sex with when she was a minor.