On Friday, it’s the law under state executive order – everyone 10 and older in businesses and public buildings in Virginia has to wear a face covering.
A demand by the Trump administration to let churches reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is after the fact, Governor Ralph Northam said Friday.
The COVID-19 pandemic is not the only health emergency facing Virginians, Gov. Ralph Northam said Wednesday.
Smith released the book, called “Uncle Charles and Me,” earlier this year. Set in and around the city of Norton, the book is based on his son’s childhood trips to visit his uncle in Southwest Virginia.
Barring any reversals of COVID-19 health conditions, Virginia is on track to a slow reopening of businesses and public facilities on May 15.
Virginia could see the start of reopening businesses by May 15, if COVID-19 new case numbers decline enough.
The public will see more details Monday on how a reopening of Virginia businesses and relaxed stay-at-home orders could look.
Virginia hospitals, doctors, dentists and veterinarians can start doing non-emergency procedures Friday.
With Virginia’s May local elections now pushed back two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Ralph Northam and area registrars have a common message: Vote early and vote safely.
A reopening of Virginia’s economy will not happen before May 8 as the state tries to increase COVID-19 testing and tracing efforts.
Harold Reid, who sang bass for the Grammy-winning country group the Statler Brothers, has died after a long battle with kidney failure. He was 80.
For the first time, the team took home two district titles this year, along with the region title. It also finished in second place in VHSL state competition after finishing fourth and third the last two years.
President Donald Trump told the nation’s governors restrictions could be eased to allow businesses to reopen over the next several weeks in places that have extensive testing and a marked decrease in COVID-19 cases.
New data modeling for Virginia’s COVID-19 pandemic situation shows social distancing is working to slow the spread, says Gov. Ralph Northam.
Citing worries about elections during Virginia’s COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Ralph Northam is postponing the June 3 congressional primary elections to June 23 and will ask the General Assembly to consider moving May local elections to November.