Dr. Mark Ghaly, California’s top public health official, said the state is acting now because the rates of new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are declining while the number of people receiving the vaccine is increasing.
Some people who have lost their taste and smell from the coronavirus still haven’t gotten those senses back. But a Roanoke ear, nose and throat doctor at the Jefferson Surgical Center is helping by providing smell training.
The 2021 session of the General Assembly has passed four new pieces of legislation that will make it easier and cheaper to build and buy electric vehicles in the commonwealth, making Virginia the first “Zero Emission Vehicle” state in the south.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will finally get the chance to tell the story behind their departure from royal duties directly to the public on Sunday, when their two-hour interview with Oprah Winfrey is broadcast.
If you are ready to buy a new house and you’ve begun looking-- makes sure you aren’t looking at homes at the higher end of you budget. You don’t want to end up with a mortgage that's more than you can really afford.
The University of Virginia School of Law’s library is documenting the history of UVA during the antebellum period with the creation of a new digital archive. The website launched in January and was built by the library staff.
Senator Kaine announced the reintroduction of the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act, which was named after a Charlottesville physician who took her own life after battling COVID-19 on the front lines in New York.
Virginia lawmakers insisted there will still be snow days for public school students, though the General Assembly recently passed legislation allowing unscheduled remote learning during inclement weather.
Back on February 5, dozens gathered to unveil a temporary, citizen-placed marker to honor the tragedies that occurred at the Court Square corner. However, that marker was removed this past Tuesday morning.