It’s official — Virginians can expect some money back in their wallets.
The General Assembly will convene in a special session Sept. 6 to approve amendments to the current two-year budget.
The Virginia legislators who have been leading negotiations over the months-delayed state budget say they have reached agreement on the “major components” of a compromise.
Pulaski County recently approved its $157 million budget.
The nation’s debt ceiling, and Congress’ delay in passing the budget is having a trickle-down effect preventing state and county leaders from finalizing theirs; that can have an impact on your child’s education.
Montgomery County schools are receiving less than half of what they asked for from the county.
A new tax rate in the city have some public services questions what impact it will have on them.
Lynchburg homeowners will be paying less in real estate taxes, after a new rate of 89 cents was approved by the City Council on Tuesday night, and some are reacting to what this could mean for the proposed budget.
President Biden is slated to deliver remarks on his plans to invest in America, continue to lower costs for families, protect and strengthen Social Security and Medicare, reduce the deficit, and more.
Lawmakers hope to have a deal in the upcoming weeks. They're scheduled to return later this month for a one-day veto session. A deal must be complete by July 1.
Of course, it depends on when you book and how savvy you are at tracking airfare deals, but scoring a great deal on a flight these days certainly isn’t impossible.
Have you ever seen this quote floating around the internet? “Impossible only means you haven’t found the solution yet.”