(Alexandria)- In an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Alexandria City Council approved an ordinance that expands the state’s face mask order. Starting October 1st, if a person is outside in public space and they
(Arlington)- A significant change has been made in Arlington County involving firearms. The County’s Board of Supervisors are banning guns from parks, and county government buildings and community centers. Alexandria has already instituted similar rules. Officials say
(Charlottesville)- Another Confederate statue has been removed in the Commonwealth. The bronze statue that stood in Charlottesville for over 100 years is now gone. It comes after Albemarle County supervisors voted to remove it earlier this
(Fairfax)- Computer analysts in Fairfax County Public Schools are working to fix a ransomware attack. The system was hacked on Friday and school officials say they were working hard to protect the information of students and staff.
(Richmond)- Direct West Coast flights are finally coming to Richmond International Airport. Jet Blue announced it will begin flying to Los Angeles and Las Vegas in mid-December, with an additional flight to Tampa as well. It’s been
(Louisa)- A portrait of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is coming down soon in a Louisa County courtroom. The decision by a circuit court judge was a complete reversal from ten months ago, when he decided to
(Hanover)- A change is coming for two Hanover County schools. A task force recommended its new names last night for the former Stonewall Jackson Middle School and Lee-Davis High School. The committee is recommending naming the high
(Arlington)- Families can again visit gravesites at Arlington National Cemetery. The changes begin today, allowing for visitation from 8 a.m. to noon daily. Anyone on the cemetery grounds must wear a face mask. Family-pass holders are allowed
(Arlington)- I-T personnel are working around the clock to fix issues on day one of virtual learning in Arlington County. The school district noted the problems in a tweet yesterday morning and said people were also having
(Hanover)- There’s a change of plans for in-person instruction at one Hanover County school. The district decided to postpone the opening of Liberty Middle School after three employees tested positive for COVID-19. Students will instead begin the
(DC)- Metro officials are pleased with the completion of summer construction. Work on several stations caused nine locations on the Orange and Silver lines to be shut down. This morning, the Vienna and Dunn Loring stations will
(Richmond)- Kanye West won’t be on Virginia ballots in the November presidential election. A Richmond judge ruled yesterday that eleven oaths of 13 electors who supposedly pledged support for West were obtained fraudulently. The state’s ballot printing
(Richmond)- A new kind of vending machine is on the VCU campus. Students can now swipe their VCUCard to select face masks and hand sanitizer. Five of the machines can be found on the Medical College of
(King George)- King George County administrators are being forced to make adjustments to their student schedule. King George cancelled live instruction yesterday after an apparent cyber-attack on the school server. Online instruction was already cancelled for today
(DC)- Children’s National Hospital Foundation is deciding what it will do with three D.C. apartment buildings it acquired from the Edna Shelton estate. The gift of the three buildings was not the first from the Shelton estate.