CLEMMONS, N.C. (AP) — The nation's largest fuel pipeline restarted operations Wednesday, days after it was forced to shut down by a gang of hackers.
The FBI on Monday attributed the attack to DarkSide ransomware, which is produced by an eponymous criminal organization that U.S. officials an…
Lynchburg-based BWXT Technologies on Monday reported a lower first-quarter profit but reiterated its 2021 earnings-per-share guidance.
A request from the Monacan Indian Nation to rezone 4 acres it owns on Highview Drive in Madison Heights has received the Amherst County Planni…
A nine-month process that will determine the future of Lynchburg parks began this week with stakeholder meetings, pop-ups and focus groups — a citywide effort to build a needs assessment and comprehensive park master plan, the first in 24 years.
Was “Take down the British monarchy” on Oprah’s to-do list?
Virginia’s unemployment rate dropped from December to January but remained more than twice the rate from a year ago as the pandemic continued to affect the job market.
Project still on track for 2023 completion
Michael Bolton wants you to dump Robinhood.
Gov. Ralph Northam is joining a legislative push to require Virginia to set a goal of procuring at least 23% of state contracts from businesses owned by women and people from racial and ethnic minority groups to close the newly verified gap between opportunity and performance in boosting those firms' share of work for state government and higher education institutions.
GameStop traders sent the stock on a wild ride Thursday, and it looks set for another manic session Friday.
Pete Snyder, an entrepreneur from Charlottesville, on Tuesday formally launched his campaign for governor, seeking the GOP nomination by presenting himself as a “political outsider.”
Almost a year after the initial search kicked off, Lynchburg City Council has selected a new consulting firm to spearhead its search for a city manager.
CLAIM: AT&T got a contract to do a forensic audit of Dominion Voting Systems machines and those machines were recently moved to Nashville, Tennessee — to the same AT&T building that was damaged in a Christmas morning explosion.
Hackers broke into the networks of federal agencies including the Treasury and Commerce departments as U.S. government officials said they were working to identify the scope of the breach and to fix the problem.
An affiliate of the Milwaukee-based real estate firm Phoenix Investors on Tuesday announced it has acquired the former LSC Communications Prin…
Union officials allege some subcontractors on the project are using labor brokers who classify workers as independent contractors rather than employees and don’t pay them time and a half for overtime work.
Lynchburg City Council is back to square one in its search for a new city manager, and is vetting search firms to restart the process.
TRUMP on Russia: "Joe got $3.5 (million) from Russia. And it came through Putin because he was very friendly with the former mayor of Moscow, …
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the temporary administrative stay would remain in effect while it considers the matter.
Virus review: Children of all ages now make up 10% of all U.S cases; the Tennessee Titans have the NFL's first outbreak; and more.