One race is left to settle from Tuesday’s town elections in Wise County.
A year-long process to make the former J.J. Kelly High School building a Wise County community services facility came to a stop Thursday.
A lot can happen in a year, as The University of Virginia’s College at Wise showed Saturday in adapting commencement to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The turn of the century brought some changes to the world, but high school girls basketball in Southwest Virginia remained strong.
Two suspects in a Feb. 3 shooting near a Wise County cemetery saw their charges sent to a county grand jury Friday.
Competition is a way of life for Hayley Wyrick Bollinger and Hannah Wyrick.
Wise and Lee counties reported jumps in their confirmed COVID-19 cases over the weekend, according to state health officials.
The Wise County Board of Supervisors will go to electronic meetings during the COVID-19 emergency in Virginia.
The proposed Wise County Schools budget will go to a public hearing in May, even as Virginia’s uncertain fiscal situation leaves all state school systems in funding limbo.
Town police have barricaded an apartment building in Appalachia after two COVID-19 cases.
An Appalachia Fire Department official has announced a second COVID-19 case in Wise County.
VDOT spokesperson Michelle Earl said the detour will allow crews to repair a slide area below the highway, and work will take at least a month.
T.J. McAmis will miss the games and competition, but that’s not what he will miss the most. “Those moments in practice. The quality time that you can spend with them one on one. That’s what I’m going to miss the most about coaching.”
State health officials confirmed Wise County’s first COVID-19 case Saturday, after a town official posted the patient’s place of residence.
Tuesday’s Wise County School Board meeting will go remote under the state’s emergency declaration.