Commonwealth’s Attorney for Wise County and the City of Norton C.H. “Chuck” Slemp, III will be hosting two events to honor National Crime Victims’
On Thursday, March 16 President Donald Trump released his preliminary 2018 budget proposal, detailing the changes President Trump envisions for the nation.
2017 is a big election year in the Commonwealth and the race for Virginia’s top executive is growing more intense as the June 13
Drake – More Life / Release Date: Early 2017 Drake’s 2016 album Views was one of the most played albums of 2016, with songs
As the coalfields of Southwest Virginia attempt to find new industries and businesses to revitalize the local economy, one resource presents itself readily: the
The 2017 legislative sessions of the Virginia General Assembly is well under way and a number of Southwest Virginia legislators have used this time
Nov. 30, 4 p.m. at Slemp Center Rhododendron Room
From student loan reform to job growth and immigration reform, there was a lot at stake for college students in this year’s election cycle.
A letter signed by 469 students and professors at the University of Virginia on Friday objected to President Teresa Sullivan quoting Thomas Jefferson in
Governor Terry McAuliffe was recently in Southwest Virginia for a special announcement of over $6.6 million in grant funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission.
The keys to building a just, sustainable economy from the bottom up were the focus of the discussion led last week on campus by
In addition to the heated presidential election, voters in Virginia will have the opportunity to vote on two proposed state constitutional amendments.