The CDC has to be assuming that the U.S. is at COVID-19 herd immunity. Otherwise, the announcement last week that folks who are fully vaccinated can forego masks and social distancing makes no sense.
Virginia gas prices have risen 16.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.95/gallon today, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 4,081 stations in Virginia.
The class that endured a global pandemic during their junior year graduated Waynesboro High School Friday night and Saturday.
The stretch of U.S. 250 between Route 6 and Route 151 on Afton Mountain has been closed since May 3, and there is still no firm date for when it will be reopened to traffic, according to the VDOT engineer overseeing the project.
This week’s regular meeting of the Waynesboro School Board was all about moving forward after the pandemic and the school system’s plans for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Gov. Ralph Northam’s declaration of a state of emergency in response to the Colonial Pipeline ransomeware attack has triggered Virginia’s anti-price gouging statutes designed to protect consumers from paying exorbitant prices for necessities during an emergency.
Glenn Youngkin, who is lo-ho-ho-ho-oaded, is the Republican nominee for Virginia governor, at the end of a process that worked out about as well as it could for the Virginia GOP, considering.
The largest fuel pipeline in the United States has been down since Friday due to a cyberattack, and it’s not clear how long the shutdown will last.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library will host a new exhibit that will share the story of Staunton and Augusta County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. 250 will likely be closed for weeks while excavation and stabilization is done between Route 6 east of the summit of Afton Mountain and Route 750 just west of the Rockfish Gap Country Store.
The Commonwealth has reached an agreement with Norfolk Southern Railway to extend passenger rail service to the New River Valley for the first time since 1979.
Some Virginians will soon hear a cacophony of chirping cicadas as Brood X emerges from a 17-year subterranean retreat.
A Newport News man is in custody in connection with a shooting into an occupied vehicle that apparently stemmed from a dispute in a parking lot in the Fishersville area Thursday night.
Gov. Ralph Northam is adapting Virginia policy on mask use in outdoor settings based on new guidance from the CDC.
The conservative blowhards are threatening to run candidates against Waynesboro City Council members who vote for a 90-cent property tax rate. It’s time to fight fire with fire.
Herring advisory opinion affirms that Virginia colleges, universities can require COVID-19 vaccinations for students
Attorney General Mark R. Herring issued an official opinion Monday that Virginia colleges and universities “may condition in-person attendance on receipt of an approved COVID-19 vaccine during this time of pandemic.”
A Waynesboro woman is dead after a series of accidents in the region Friday night.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday that sports and entertainment venues in Virginia may begin to operate with expanded capacity, and social gathering limits will increase beginning Saturday, May 15.
Central Shenandoah Health District is transitioning the COVID-19 vaccine clinic appointment process from invitation-only to public scheduling.
All Virginians age 16 and older will be eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine starting Sunday as Virginia reaches a new milestone in its vaccination program – approximately half of all adults in the Commonwealth have received at least one dose.
Alice Tolley Goodwin and William H. Goodwin Jr. have pledged $5 million to support the expansion of the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences at Mary Baldwin University.
Republican John Avoli won the 20th House District seat in 2019 because he ran strong in Augusta County. Randall Wolf fits the profile of Democratic Party candidate who could cut into Avoli’s margins in Augusta County in 2021.