Move announced in tweets by U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government has moved tax filing deadlines from April 15 to July 15, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin announced Friday in a pair of tweets. Virginia state tax returns are still due on May 1, but the state is granting a one-month extension for payment of individual
Tax returns for businesses and individuals are still due on May 1, however.
Virginia is granting a one-month extension for payment of individual and corporate state income taxes by June 1, although tax returns are still due May 1, Virginia Secretary of Finance Aubrey Layne Jr. said during a state coronavirus news briefing Thursday. Anyone who pays their state income tax after June 1 will not incur late
ABC store employee's roommate tested positive for coronavirus.
A Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority (ABC) retail store near Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond has been closed until further notice after a store employee’s roommate tested positive for COVID-19. Both roommates are quarantined at home. Located at 1217 West Broad Street near the corner of West Broad and North Harrison streets, the store is
Small businesses can receive up to $2M in funding to pay for fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable and other bills.
UPDATED MARCH 26 As more than 10,000 Virginians have applied for emergency unemployment assistance in the wake of the financial disruption caused by the coronavirus, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday that Virginia small businesses can begin applying for low-interest loans of up to $2 million from a U.S. Small Business Administration fund aimed at helping
Blood drive cancelations have also caused blood supply shortages, Gov. Northam announces.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Virginia grew by 10 overnight to a total of 77 coronavirus cases identified statewide, State Health Commissioner Dr. M. Norman Oliver confirmed during a news conference Wednesday morning. The commonwealth is experiencing three “outbreaks” of the COVID-19 illness, Oliver said, defined as when two or more cases can
Commonwealth Transportation Board funds are aimed at helping transit agencies recover from ridership losses and other COVID-19-related operating expenses.
The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) authorized an additional $11 million in statewide public transportation spending to help Virginia public transportation agencies recover from ridership losses and other COVID-19-related operating expenses, the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) announced Tuesday. “The onset and continued spread of COVID-19 has had extraordinary and disproportionate impacts on
Northam waives one-week waiting period for unemployment benefits; Virginia DMV locations to close
As the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Virginia has risen to 67 cases with two deaths, Gov. Ralph Northam issued a statewide mandate for restaurants, fitness centers and theaters to “significantly reduce their capacity to 10 patrons, or close.” Later Tuesday afternoon, Northam and State Health Commissioner Dr. M. Norman Oliver issued a public
The deal adds 2,000 employees to SAIC.
Reston-based government and defense technology contractor Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) completed its acquisition of Reston-based federal government information technology services contractor Unisys Federal on March 13 for $1.2 billion in cash, the company announced Monday. The acquisition was first announced Feb. 6 and brings Unisys Federal’s cloud migration, among other services, to SAIC and
There are now 51 confirmed cases in the commonwealth.
As coronavirus cases in Virginia continue to rise, Gov. Ralph Northam, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser sent a letter to President Donald Trump Sunday requesting that the National Capital Region — which includes Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. — be added as a priority location for federal funding to
Update: Virginia now has 45 known COVID-19 cases.
UPDATE, MARCH 15: As of Sunday night, Virginia has 45 known cases of COVID-19, according to the Virginia Department of Health. Virginia Health Commissioner Dr. Norman Oliver said for the first time Sunday that he is concerned about community spread of the virus in the Peninsula Health District, where one person has died. For more