After more than 15,000 eviction hearings statewide, the Virginia Supreme Court announced a new eviction moratorium on Friday. But some in the central Virginia community want more effective and permanent solutions.
UVA is introducing a new coronavirus symptom tracking app called HOOS Health Check. All faculty, staff, and students must use it to every day and receive a “green light” before they can step foot on grounds for classes or activities.
Recent strong storms have resulted in more damage to homes and properties in central Virginia. The Albemarle Housing Improvement Program says it is getting more calls from both new and returning clients about roof damage.
One Chesapeake first responder with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the first firefighter to receive a service dog through Service Dogs of Virginia. He’s encouraging others to to seek help if they’re struggling.
Many patients who recover from a critical illness in the ICU are not always fully recovered. That’s why doctors at the UVA Medical Center have created a clinic for COVID-19 patients who have been discharged.
The University of Virginia is delaying both when some in-person classes start and when undergraduates can move in to residence halls in response to an uptick in COVID-19 cases. Students react to the decision.
The back-to-school countdown is on and Albemarle County Public Schools are preparing for most students to start virtually. After going virtual in the spring, ACPS quickly learned that internet connectivity is complex.
-5th District Congressman Denver Riggleman is still deciding his future, but says he will make a decision about a potential run for governor by October. He made the announcement in a wide ranging interview discussing COVID-19 relief funding and more.
The decision to start Albemarle County Public Schools with a mix of in-class and online learning will impact families very differently, and some parents say they’re looking for alternative options for their children’s education.
The Cedars Healthcare Center in Charlottesville is dealing with a coronavirus crisis. As of Friday, July 31, the number of total cases hit 140 according to the parent company spokesperson. In addition the death toll rose to 17.
Roughly three million adolescents seek mental health services from school, but with many schools transitioning to a virtual learning model, how can parents and teachers help spot signs of a student in need of help from home?
Ordinances in both the county and city require masks be worn in all public spaces and even outside if social distancing is not possible. The ordinances also rollback capacity limits on stores and restaurants.