On September first, Dominion Power is required to submit a report to the state, explaining how it will provide electricity over the next fifteen years, but even before that happens, a coalition of environmental groups is demanding the utility use more sustainable energy sources to generate power.
Four environmental groups say they’re unhappy with the direction Dominion Power is moving – with steady or increased reliance on natural gas, coal and nuclear technology, so they’re launching a campaign called New Power for the Old Dominion.
The National Gallery of Art is running an exhibit connected with the anniversary of the March on Washington.
When you walk into The Tower of the National Gallery you're confronted with two of Americas most lauded presidents overseeing their sprawling Virginia plantations...dotted with little black specks. Those indistinguishable dots mark the hundreds of slaves George Washington and Thomas Jefferson "owned."
Virginia’s School Board Association and the Norfolk Board of Education are suing the state to stop implementation of a new law that would allow Richmond to take over local schools when they consistently fail Standards of Learning tests.
State lawmakers recently approved the establishment of a new organization – the Opportunity Educational Institution or OEI. Its job – to take over the supervision and operation of any local school accredited by the state with a warning for three consecutive years. Barbara Coyle heads the Virginia School Boards Association.