Law enforcement analysts have identified credible threats of violence related to the Jan. 20 protest.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency Wednesday in advance of expected gun-rights demonstrations scheduled for Capital Square on Monday, Jan. 20 . Law enforcement intelligence analysts identified credible threats of violence surrounding the event, which is expected to attract tens of thousands of demonstrators, Northam said. The threats include white nationalist rhetoric
U.Va., Virginia Tech and VCU earned top 10 spots in U.S. News & World Report's Best Online Programs rankings.
Online degrees from three Virginia universities were cited in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Best Online Programs rankings. The University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education and Human Development was ranked third in the nation for online master’s in education programs. Master’s degrees offered through the online program include administration and supervision; curriculum
Ann Taylor has more than 27 years of nonprofit leadership experience
Charlottesville-based Focused Ultrasound Foundation has named Ann Taylor its chief relationship officer, the nonprofit organization announced Wednesday. She will start on March 1. Taylor has more than 27 years of nonprofit leadership experience as executive vice president of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation and as executive director of the Darden School Foundation at the University of
Virginia is the first state to conduct a baseline survey of new Medicaid expansion members.
At the one-year mark for Medicaid expansion in Virginia, the number of newly enrolled adults in Medicaid has nearly doubled from 200,100 to 370,000. And survey data from an online dashboard released Tuesday by the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) indicates that before gaining health coverage from Medicaid, nearly two-thirds of enrollees went
The boards will oversee the real estate services company's five Va. offices
Colliers Virginia — part of Colliers International Group Inc. — has appointed members to its two boards of directors overseeing Colliers’ five regional offices in Virginia, the company announced Tuesday. The regional company has a national board of directors comprised of three senior leaders from Colliers International, including COO Gil Borok, General Counsel Matt Hawkins
CEO Dan Knise takes on chair position, Matt Gough is president and Brett Gough is COO
Ames & Gough Insurance Risk Management Inc. CEO Dan Knise will also serve as the chair of the Tysons-based insurance broker, which announced Tuesday that it was also promoting two senior executives to leadership positions. As chair and CEO, Knise will focus on the firm’s strategy and initiatives and will mentor new employees. He became
George Batsakis will also serve as chief strategy officer.
Reston-based IT service provider 1901 Group LLC has named George Batsakis as its executive vice president and chief strategy officer, the company announced Tuesday. Batsakis will lead the company’s overall strategy planning and development, executive management, operations, new business development, emerging technology and partnerships. An Army veteran, Batsakis most recently worked for Accenture Federal Services,
Funding will support development of implantable orthopedic medical device.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded $2.5 million in non-dilutive funding to Norfolk-based medical device manufacturer Embody Inc. for the second phase of development and clinical assessment for its proprietary Microbrace ACL technology for the repair of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, the company announced Tuesday. Embody previously received $11.85 million for
The property was 100% leased at the time of sale.
A retail center in Harrisonburg adjacent to James Madison University has sold for $5.275 million, Harrisonburg-based commercial real estate brokerage Cottonwood Commercial announced Tuesday. Tenants at the 11,900-square-foot retail strip on University Avenue include Buffalo Wild Wings, BurgerIM, Sports Nutrition and Dunkin’. The shopping center was 100% leased at the time of the deal that
ICF had $1.48B in revenue in 2019.
Fairfax-based consulting and technology services provider ICF International Inc. plans to acquire Arlington-based cloud services provider Incentive Technology Group LLC (ITG) for $255 million, ICF announced Tuesday. The closing of the transaction is subject to approval and is expected to occur in the first quarter. “IT modernization and cloud together is estimated to be approximately