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Virginia ABC stores closed Easter Sunday

All Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority (ABC) stores will be closed on Sunday, April 4, in observance of the Easter holiday. April 5 is Mini-Monday.

Va. utility non-disconnect policy ends June 15; Dominion asks SCC to extend to Oct. 14

Dominion Energy Virginia is asking State Corporation Commission regulators to OK a four-month extension of its “no disconnection” policy. The electric utility is expanding assistance to Virginia customers facing hardship, offering a more generous payment plan and new direct assistance, while the pandemic continues to impact millions of Americans across the country.

PWC Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy announces bid for Governor of Virginia

“Growing up, my family faced challenges — many of the same challenges Virginians face today. Back then, I was taught by my grandmother ‘If you have it, you have to give it.’ I’m ready to give my all to Virginians — that’s why I’m running for governor."

GOP asks Northam not to leave Northern Va. behind

Five NOVA GOP leaders issued a joint statement Wednesday evening, calling on Governor Ralph Northam to include the region in Virginia's "Phase One" reopening.

Virginia DOC steps up COVID-19 Testing of Inmates

The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) will send staff today, April 20, to Virginia Dept. of Corrections facilities to assist with increased testing of all offenders and all staff.

Virginia SCC extends ban on utility service disconnects until June 14

The Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) is extending by 30 days a suspension on utility service disconnections it ordered on March 16, 2020. The order prohibited disconnections of electricity, gas, water and sewer utility services during the coronavirus public health emergency.

Updated guidance for farmers’ markets and more at VDACS website

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) has posted new and updated guidance on the new COVID-19 Emergency Information Center website to help protect farmers, agribusinesses, employees and the public.

ABC to close 12 stores including Haymarket in April 13 consolidation move

Offenders and staff from Va. Dept. of Corrections test positive for coronovirus

The Virginia Department of Corrections late March 31 received its first positive COVID-19 test results for incarcerated offenders. Three offenders at the Virginia Correctional Center for Women in Goochland, Virginia tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

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