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Here’s what will — and won’t — change under Gov. Ralph Northam’s new stay-at-home order
But for everyday Virginians, there’s not much of change between the new directive and previous restrictions announced by the administration.
Investment in local open space, greenways and trails is critical
The value of open space, within each and every local community in Virginia, is now more evident than ever before.
Health care workers using expired gear during pandemic and ‘hoping for the best’
Last Friday, the largest union of registered nurses in the country, National Nurses United, called for a coordinated effort to release and distribute PPE from state and federal stockpiles.
With classes done until at least September, kids in abusive households lose a safety net
School gives children a needed outlet for socializing and affords teachers, the best early-warning system for spotting abuse and neglect, a chance to identify actionable cases.
At least 46,000 people just lost their jobs in Virginia. Now rent is due.
More than 46,000 suddenly unemployed workers in Virginia will face a stressful battery of bills with the turn of the month on Wednesday. Chief among them: rent.
‘We’re talking semantics here’: Northam defends not issuing stay-at-home order for Virginians
Earlier this week, city officials in Charlottesville urged Northam to take stricter measures to contain the disease.
Military risk from COVID-19: ‘Anxieties are really high’
The U.S. Department of Defense is on course to get a major funding boost as the U.S. military is drawn into the nation’s war against an “invisible enemy.”
A win for undocumented immigrants is a win for all
The exclusion of undocumented Virginians from being able to drive has been a crippling barrier to that principle.
Virginia made big commitments to renewables. What does the economic slump mean for them?
As the federal government finalizes a third round of economic stimulus designed to provide relief to both individuals and the markets, the renewables industry is coming up empty-handed.
Expanded testing — and faster turnaround times — offer glimmer of hope in Virginia’s fight against COVID-19
Virginia’s state laboratory in Richmond has quietly expanded its capacity for testing COVID-19, the disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus.
It’s dangerous to stigmatize Asians, especially during a public health crisis
In 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued best practices for naming new human infectious diseases, which include avoiding terms that specific geographic locations
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Rage room allows you to smash things to de-stress
15-foot python escapes from truck in West Virginia (and they don’t know where it is)
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Revolutionary era gold ring, thimble found in George Washington’s home
Mom passes away after giving birth to twins; GoFundMe set up for Colorado dad
Child hit by line drive at Astros game, Cubs batter breaks down sobbing
Teen can’t stay on the transplant list without a stable home, so his teacher is adopting him
‘Most horrific thing that our city has experienced’: Virginia Beach community in shock following mass shooting
Businesses warn Trump of consequences of new Mexican tariffs
Dad, stepmom charged with murder in death of boy reportedly shackled in bathtub and starved
Jussie Smollett indicted on 16 felony counts
Richmond Schools launch online survey to provide laptops for students amid COVID-19 pandemic
Richmond Public Schools (RPS) will be purchasing 10,000 laptops for students who don’t have computers at home.
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‘Always had a kind word to say about others’: Family honors 60-year-old Chester man who died of COVID-19
Henrico Schools announce grading plans
Jonesboro remains under curfew after EF-3 tornado destroyed dozens of homes
Region 8 Newsdesk
Vice President Pence to visit Walmart Distribution Center in Virginia
Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit the Walmart Gordonsville Distribution Center on April 1.