The Virginia Department of Health is urging those participating in protests over the death of George Floyd to take precautions against the spread of COVID-19 and be aware of where they can get tested for the virus.
One of the most popular attractions in Virginia is reopening on Friday as Governor Ralph Northam’s Phase Two order takes effect. Luray Caverns was making preparations on Thursday as they roll out some new changes.
The statue of Robert E. Lee on Monument Avenue in Richmond will be removed in the coming weeks. For people who have worked to move the statues here in central Virginia, it’s a victory in a battle that has been raging in the public eye for the last decade.
A 13-year-old boy charged in connection to the stabbing death of Barnard College student and former St. Anne’s Belfield student Tessa Majors pleaded guilty to robbery in the first degree Wednesday in family court.
The Virginia Department of Health is beginning a study to find out how many people in the commonwealth have antibodies to COVID-19. The University of Virginia will lead the Virginia Coronavirus Serology Project.
Everyone has seen the images of police and protesters violently clashing with each other across the country. While events could have turned that way Tuesday night, instead, police and protesters had a different kind of encounter.