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New dedicated funding will enable full implementation of integrated emergency radio system.

RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam today announced a $6.5 million initiative to improve emergency radio communications between local, state, and federal first responders. New dedicated funding in Virginia’s 2018–2020 biennial budget will support the full implementation of the Commonwealth Link to Interoperable Communications (COMLINC), a technology that allows radio systems to talk to one another during an emergency.
RICHMOND: Governor Ralph Northam today awarded $6 million in School Security Equipment Grants to help protect students and teachers in 340 schools in 70 school divisions. The grants will pay for video monitoring systems, voice and video internal communications systems, mass notification systems, visitor-identification systems, access control systems, two-way radios, security vestibules, and other security upgrades.
"This Chamber is unapologetically pro-business," said Bryan K. Stephens, President and CEO, Hampton Roads Chamber, as he delivered opening remarks to those in attendance. Stephens thanked the legislators for their hard work and all they do in representing constituents and citizens of Hampton Roads as well as the Commonwealth.
RICHMOND, VA -- House Democrats yesterday voted to pass a budget that included raises for teachers, law enforcement officers and state workers.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (The Virginian-Pilot) -- On January 30, 2017, Cox High School's Auditorium filled up for an assembly organized by the school's Gay-Straight Alliance.
NORFOLK, VA -- On Saturday, January 21, 2017, Delegate Joe Lindsey spoke at the Women's Rally in Norfolk, Virginia. Here is a copy of his speech.
RICHMOND – Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam released the following statement in response to the Virginia Board of Health's decision to roll back unconstitutional restrictions to women's health care services:
PROGRAM TO HELP EASE THE BURDEN OF ELIZABETH RIVER TUNNELS TOLLS ON RESIDENTS MOST FINANCIALLY IMPACTED
Attention all Norfolk Residents affected by Hurricane Matthew: While the storm cleanup is ongoing, many residents’ homes and belongings have been badly damaged, while some have experienced complete loss of home and property and have been dealing with insurance companies.
NORFOLK, VA (AP) -- City managers in Norfolk and Virginia Beach have declared states of emergency as residents deal with flooding from Hurricane Matthew.
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