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The program carried out at a campus in Martinsville (191 Fayette St) is a state-funded project to make access to degree programs in reach for... [Read More]
Results will be reported on a tiered basis depending on available zip code information reported to the Virginia Department of Health... [Read More]
While lockdowns for suspicious packages or other security threats are not out of the ordinary, the building is rarely locked down due to a protest. [Read More]
The tests administered Friday are among the 24,000 tests Virginia's National Guard has administered throughout the state already. [Read More]
The Appalachian League is not expected to begin by June 22, as previously scheduled. [Read More]
Something Else Boutique does have masks available for those who want one. [Read More]
They said customers have asked for a patio area for years, but the pandemic pushed them to make one. [Read More]
The city is seeking public input on the designs. [Read More]
The grant funding will help 4,500 dentists across the state. [Read More]
A few words of love and encouragement can make someone's day and even help them in bigger ways. That's especially true for people who are... [Read More]
Investigators searched his home, and found what they say was possible methamphetamine, marijuana, several types of pills and heroin, along with a firearm. [Read More]
Across Virginia, people will be required masks in public buildings. Roanoke County Police Department is urging all businesses to post signs outside their door on... [Read More]
Two people were on board the plane; one was taken to a hospital for evaluation, and the other was treated on-scene. [Read More]
Martinsville Speedway says they and local partners plan to continue the event back up in 2021 around the Fourth of July holiday. [Read More]
'In every interaction, our officers will treat all individuals with respect and dignity at all times.'... [Read More]
She had a sewing machine and scraps, so she got to work. [Read More]
Danville Public Schools says their staff will continue to observe safety measures outlined by the CDC and Virginia Department of Health. [Read More]
"This schedule allows us to conduct the majority of classes on campus and eliminates the risks associated with students traveling away from campus and returning... [Read More]
In his letter, Dr. House said he 'morally cannot have anything more to do with this institution.'... [Read More]
With restaurants operating with limited seating, the Downtown Lynchburg Association says it wants to spread the message that supporting local restaurants through takeout is still... [Read More]
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