Campbell County Public Schools announced that it learned of two COVID-19 positive individuals in Campbell County Schools on October 30. Read more
RICHMOND — Superintendent of Public Instruction James Lane announced today that the Virginia Department of Education has received a five-year, $6 million federal grant to increase the number o… Read more
(STAUNTON, Va.) -- Halloween is a time to have fun while pretending to be scary, or scared. Unfortunately, this year is time to be more cautious than usual, as many traditional Halloween activ… Read more
RICHMOND – The Virginia Department of Fire Programs (VDFP), a leader in enhancing public safety, in conjunction with the Virginia Fire Services Board, are seeking nominations for the 2020 Gove… Read more
ROANOKE, Va., October 28, 2020 – For 19 years, Appalachian Power employees have celebrated Read to Me Day by visiting hundreds of elementary schools across West Virginia, Virginia and Tennesse… Read more
CHARLOTTESVILLE –– Another game, another 8 o’clock kickoff for the University of Virginia football team, which hosts North Carolina in that time slot Saturday night.
South Boston, Va…..Josh Oakley has not raced this year, but he is feeling good about what the 2021 season could bring.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – A game that was previously on the Flames’ 2020 football slate has returned as Liberty and UMass will end up meeting on the gridiron this season.
South Boston, Va…..Over the past 15 years Jason DeCarlo has developed a love for racing. He worked with Limited Sportsman Division and Late Model Stock Car Division driver Charles Barnes while…
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Liberty earned its first-ever win over an ACC opponent, rolling to a 38-21 victory at Syracuse, Saturday at the Carrier Dome.
In slang, this phrase is used to convey the speaker’s frustration or annoyance with someone else. The term has been used repeatedly by former Vice President Joe Biden. He uses it with the rare reporter or voter that is able to catch him away from his handlers. Biden frequently uses the te…
The WuFlu has been a godsend for the left. And I’m not talking about the startling discovery that 95 percent of the U.S. is willing to be confined to quarters solely on the basis of a computer model whose numbers are undergoing constant revision to repair past mistakes.
From time to time in the life of every town there are some challenging questions that do not necessarily have cut-and-dried answers. Hurt is facing a couple of those, one of which appears likely to be dealt with over the next week while the other looks to take at least a few months.