As national news outlets report on shortages of protective gear for health care workers across all 50 states, volunteers across Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee keep finding ways to help make those supplies.
The Central Drive-In is the oldest continually operating drive-in theater in Virginia, and owners Buddy and Paula Herron have found a way to keep that streak going during the state’s COVID-19 emergency.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam criticized Liberty University president Jerry Falwell, Jr. for having students return to the university’s Lynchburg campus after spring break during the state’s COVID-19 emergency.
Washington County health officials have reported that county’s first confirmed COVID-19 case, the third in far Southwest Virginia.
Mandy Barton Gibbs got her first inkling that something was wrong in the world in January during her sessions as an online English teacher for Chinese students.
Staff at a Big Stone Gap nursing home are working with the LENOWISCO Health District to assess contacts by a speech therapist who came to the site March 19.
The Norton School Board will vote on its proposed 2020-21 budget April 20 after getting projected funding numbers.
After a week into the state-mandated closing of Virginia’s K-12 public schools, two Southwest Virginia school districts are seeing the demand climb for off-site meals.
Governor Ralph Northam added more orders Thursday to his March 13 emergency declaration, including better Medicaid health care access, looking at cutting jail populations and suspending motor vehicle safety inspection enforcement.
Wise County’s school system is sharing in the uncertainty tied to almost daily changes in Virginia’s COVID-19 state of emergency.