NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - Jill McGlone , the Community Services Board member who was paid 12 years for not showing up to work, applied for unemployment benefits.
McGlone received $319,000 during the period of time when she wasn't working, and applied for unemployment benefits after she was terminated when the situation was discovered.
The State Unemployment Compensation Board decided under the circumstances, McGlone is not eligible for benefits.
Gov. Bob McDonnell's biennial state budget provides funding for operations and management of historic Fort Monroe.
A student at Old Dominion University was arrested Thursday and charged with filing a false report. Police say he lied about being robbed.
Police and fire crews are investigating a report of items found in a motel room consistent with manufacturing narcotics Friday.