The Commonwealth of Virginia received the highest overall rating among states nationwide for the 2014 National Health Security Preparedness Index.
The Virginia Department of Health Office of Minority Health and Health Equity kicked off its 100 Congregations for Million Hearts faith-based campaign.
Eastbound Route 250 Bypass will be shifted onto a newly constructed ramp at the McIntire Road intersection on Monday, November 10th.
Construction activities will require intermittent, temporary detours for motorists in Charlottesville heading from eastbound Route 250 Bypass onto Park Street.
The Virginia Department of Health opened an Ebola Hotline today to help answer questions from the public and provide the most up-to-date information to Virginians.
The Virginia Department of Health is launching its Countdown to Quit Day, October 20, to help tobacco users prepare for Virginia Quit Day, November 20.
Effective Thursday, the continued installation of storm sewer and curbing will require intermittent, temporary detours for motorists heading from eastbound Route 250 Bypass onto Park Street. The detour and ramp closure will be extended until Friday, October 10th. Work will occur during the day between 9am and 4pm.
The installation of storm sewer and curbing will require intermittent, temporary detours for motorists heading from eastbound Route 250 Bypass onto Park Street. The detour and ramp closure will occur weekdays between 9am and 4pmon Friday, October 3rd to Tuesday, October 7th.
The installation of a waterline will require intermittent, temporary detours for motorists heading from eastbound Route 250 Bypass onto Park Street and from Park Street onto westbound Route 250 Bypass.
The Route 250 Bypass in Charlottesville will be reduced to two lanes on Monday, September 15th through Wednesday, September 17th between 9am and 4pm to install a new waterline.
Charlottesville Police Officers will be directing traffic on Park Street at the intersection of the Route 250 Bypass ramps on Wednesday, September 10th as new traffic signals are installed.
A Fishersville man faces a slew of charges after an ill-fated escape attempt from officers trying to stop him for shoplifting.
Professional truck drivers urge Virginians to follow safe driving tips during Fourth of July holiday
The Virginia Trucking Association is urging the more than 1 million Virginians that AAA projects will travel by automobile during the July 4th holiday to practice cuation and patience to ensure our roads are safe.
The Virginia Department of Health and Walgreens recently announced a collaborative effort to offer rapid HIV testing at no charge through 2016 at select Walgreens locations throughout the Commonwealth.
Two UVA Children’s Hospital specialties – neonatology and urology – are nationally ranked in the 2014-2015 U.S. News & World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals” guide.
Pamela Sutton-Wallace, MPH, senior vice president for hospital operations at Duke University Hospital, has been named CEO of the University of Virginia Medical Center.
The most recent surveillance data collected by the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) indicates that 6,600 women are living with HIV disease in Virginia.
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and colleagues in Russia are launching an ambitious effort to check the growing public health threat posed by drug-resistant tuberculosis, especially to people with HIV, in the Siberian city of Irkutsk.
The Waynesboro Police Department arrested a Waynesboro woman on several charges after she crashed her vehicle when trying to flee police late Friday night.