The Bulletin

Boeing moves headquarters to Arlington and more headlines

By: - May 6, 2022 8:07 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• Aerospace giant Boeing is planning to move its headquarters from Chicago to Arlington, joining other defense contractors in close proximity to D.C.—Washington Post, Associated Press, Wall Street Journal

•  The Caesars casino planned for Danville is now expected to open in 2024, not 2023.—Danville Register & Bee

• Transfers from community colleges to top schools like UVA are seen as “a powerful tool to diversify campuses across many dimensions.”—Washington Post

• On early childhood education funding, Gov. Glenn Youngkin says he favors the budget approved by the Democratic Senate over the Republican House of Delegates.—WRIC

• A developer is planning a $100 million waterfront project in Virginia Beach to help service the offshore wind industry.—Virginian-Pilot

• A former Norfolk State University football player says he was sexually assaulted and hazed by teammates, but the university failed to take action.—Virginian-Pilot

• Defense attorneys for a former Virginia Tech football player accused of killing a male Tinder date he allegedly thought was a woman are continuing to redirect scrutiny toward the victim and their claims of “sexual interactions by ruse.” The trial is set to begin later this month.—Roanoke Times

• A Virginia man was stopped at Reagan National Airport with 23 weapons.—Washington Post



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