On a conference call with reporters, Avula says sooner or later, the approach to vaccinations will change. It will become less about just making the shot available, and more about addressing skepticism.
Staunton’s emergency call center is running on the latest technology, Next Gen 911, i3. That means a system that’s faster and more efficient. Staunton is one of the first in a state-wide initiative just behind three localities in Northern Virginia.
As more people get vaccinated against COVID-19, more travelers are getting comfortable with air travel, according to a report from AAA. The Shenandoah Valley Regional airport is already seeing an uptick in flyers.
Remote Area Medical Clinic will be making its second trip to the Rockingham County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday to provide free vision, dental, and medical services to underserved and uninsured community members.
Prosecutors say a federal grand jury has indicted four people for their roles in a scheme to use the identities of 35 Virginia prison inmates to secure more than $300,000 in pandemic-related unemployment benefits.
The Central Shenandoah Health District announced vaccination efforts will expand into Phase 2 on Friday, April 9, when all individuals age 16 and over in the health district will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Broadband brought Senator Mark Warner to central Virginia for the second straight day. The senator was part of a roundtable about boosting rural internet access hosted by Piedmont Virginia Community College Thursday, April 8.
Henrico School Board chair has resigned after she shared a controversial, now-deleted, social media post in March in connection to the decision by Dr. Seuss Enterprises to stop publishing several books.
Senator Mark Warner says despite some challenges the Blue Ridge Health District faced in the beginning of the vaccine rollout, he’s proud of the progress this team has made as the district heads into phase two next week.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and the Virginia NAACP are launching a collaborative effort to identify and implement reforms to the way the state and its law enforcement agencies handle investigations into officer-involved shooting deaths
While there are dozens of prescribed burns underway each spring in national forests, one caught our attention - not for the acreage burning or even the smoke plume - but rather how the fires were started.