“We need to make this teacher bonus a raise, and make it more than 2%.”
RICHMOND — Virginia hospitals urged Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday to accelerate the vaccination of a broad swath of the state’s population agai…
Q: The association board of my building wants to take down basic pine trees behind my unit. The trees are healthy and provide no danger to the building. These trees provide privacy, shade and comfort to my unit. It is one of the main reasons I purchased the unit. Do I have any recourse?
Q: Can a homeowners association have too much cash in reserves? If they do, what are the consequences?
The heads of the American Hospital Association, the American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association have issued a joint state…
Q: Have you ever heard of “enhanced title”? A friend of mine is buying a home and the title company handling her purchase is offering that to her. I think she should take a pass. What do you think?
With Americans spending more time at home than ever before, it's even more important to help ensure you are prepared in the event of a home fire.
Q: How do I get our homeowners association board to open up our building’s three pools, all of which have been closed since March due to the pandemic? The board members say they are concerned that if someone gets COVID-19, they will be sued and will have to pay a huge sum to settle the dispute.
Q: I live in a condominium building with around 100 units. We have seven board members and we are supposed to vote on some new board members this fall. Residents will not attend open board meetings this fall due to COVID-19. Going door-to-door with proxies is not going to be equitable. Can we legally go against our bylaws and postpone the election?
Q: We live in Florida in a 55-plus condominium development. Do residents who visit out-of-state folks need to quarantine themselves upon return? And, what about residents who have out-of-state guests staying in their home? It is the community swimming pool (where everyone tends to congregate) that makes me nervous.
A coalition of Virginia hospitals and physicians is suing the state's Medicaid program over emergency budget cuts that they say will cost them $55 million in reduced payments for emergency room visits this year during a public health emergency when they can least afford it.
Teacher Paul Connell said to ensure the wood tech class happens, he usually has to pull money from the building trades classes.
The Lake Monticello Owners’ Association (LMOA) donated $25,000 to the Lake Monticello Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, the organiza…
The James River remains a river at risk. That's the unsettling verdict of the State of the James report released recently by the James River Association.
Liberty University’s accrediting body has asked the college to share “their side of the story” in the wake of media reports alleging misconduct under President Jerry Falwell Jr.’s stewardship.
However, volunteer numbers for these first-responders are dwindling rapidly, not only here but across the country.
An open house will be held from 3:30 to 6 p.m. March 27 at 531 Valley St.