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A business attitude survey about uranium mining in Pittsylvania County was presented to the Uranium Working Group on Tuesday in Richmond. The Uranium Working Group is a group appointed by Governor McDonnell to study the impact of uranium mining in...
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling is taking a stand against uranium mining in Virginia, citing the "chilling impact" it could have on business recruitment and jobs in Southside Virginia. The Republican was to make the announcement with business leaders in...
Software company founder John McAfee tells The Associated Press he has formally requested asylum in Guatemala, claiming he is the victim of persecution in neighboring Belize. The U.S. citizen had a series of clashes with neighbors and authorities over...
WDBJ7 ReporterThe future of Advance Auto Parts is back in the headline. National reports indicate the company is considering a possible sale to private equity firms. There are many more questions than answers for what it will mean for the only Fortune 500 Company...
This week's Election 2012 candidate profile focuses on the 9th District Congressional race. The 9th district is located in the southwest portion of the state and includes Montgomery, Pulaski, Giles, Floyd, Craig, Carroll, and Grayson Counties, along with...
Prominent Roanoke attorney William Poff died Wednesday. He was 80. Poff was a lawyer at Woods Rogers for more than 50 years. “While his unparalleled skills as a trial lawyer were evident to all who worked with or against him, I choose to...
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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefLynchburg leaders want to make sure everyone has a convienent place to park downtown. The city is working with a consulting firm to study downtown parking, and look for ways to improve what's offered. They held a meeting Tuesday morning with downtown...
Virginia's governor has reappointed the University of Virginia board member who led the failed effort to oust school president Teresa Sullivan. Gov. Bob McDonnell reappointed university Rector Helen Dragas of Virginia Beach on Friday. Dragas was the...
WDBJ7 Intern ReporterIt's the 21st century, but Roanoke's broadband connection is stuck the past. And local governments and business leaders are teaming up to upgrade. The Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission is planning to build a fiber optic data center that can...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefBusiness leaders in one hometown are getting connected. The Connection 2012 trade show is a place for Lynchburg-area companies to show off what they do, while meeting and learning from other business owners. More than 60 different organizations are...
ReporterWhile many voters are focused on November and the Presidential race, Virginians head to the polls on Tuesday for local elections. And in Roanoke, most of the drama is at the top of the ticket. The city's Democratic mayor, David Bowers, is running for...
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