Compared to last year, travel spending in state was down 78% the last week in March.
RICHMOND, Va. — Michael Moore has always enjoyed his job as wine trail guide with Top Shelf Transportation. He said the job is about more than wine. “I get people anything they need,” Moore said. “I’m like a rolling concierge.” Moore, 71, works in the Monticello Wine Trail region, which encompasses parts of Albermarle and
Bill will expand reach of pilot program allowing utilities to supply customers with solar power.
RICHMOND, Va. — The General Assembly passed a bill that aims to increase access to renewable energy for lower-income communities. House Bill 573, introduced by Del. Mark Keam, D-Fairfax, amends an existing solar development pilot program that requires utility companies to invest in renewable energy. Keam’s bill adds the criteria of low-income communities to the
House Committee on Communications, Technology and Innovation ponders issues including regulating devices for children in schools
RICHMOND, Va. — In one of the more modern meeting rooms at the over two centuries old State Capitol, 22 lawmakers gather on Mondays to confront the increasing cybersecurity threats looming over Virginia residents. This session the House Committee on Communications, Technology and Innovation will consider a variety of issues, including managing data in an