During the next two months (May 26 to July 28), portions of the Greenbelt will be closed in stages near Boatyard Riverfront Park to support this project. Closures will be done in two stages.
Free meals for those 18 and younger will be served at Seiver Middle and Washington and Johnson Elementary schools, as well as along eight school bus routes in the city.
The last emergency meals were served Thursday; the regular summer feeding program starts Tuesday, May 26.
“I've said this many times and I'll say it again. The city of Church Hill has really been blessed by the Good Lord. It's not me. It's not the board. He blessed this city and I just want to thank Him for that.” — Mayor Dennis Deal
Friday was Pennsylvania’s second annual 1-4-3 Day, an occasion when state officials encourage people to share their acts of kindness and gratitude.
The video of more than 500 graduates was posted the day and roughly the time the regular graduation had been planned until the COVID-19 pandemic hit and graduation was delayed beacause of social distancing.
One race is left to settle from Tuesday’s town elections in Wise County.
A demand by the Trump administration to let churches reopen in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is after the fact, Governor Ralph Northam said Friday.
Built in 1980, Kingsport West is a 103-unit complex for low and moderate income residents in the Allandale section of Kingsport.
Sullivan County’s Ketron Elementary School had a drive-through event to present report cards, personal items and even some plants to students.
The referendum would have asked voters to approve increasing the local option sales tax rate to 2.75% across the county (for a total sales tax of 9.75%, including the state’s 7% sales tax).
While progress continues on major improvements at Church Hill’s Derrick Park, the development of a new 65-acre park off Holliston Mills Road will be delayed until the city finds a better option for crossing the railroad tracks onto the property.
Over the 10-year span until the next census is conducted, tens of millions of dollars are at stake that could be used to improve our communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic is not the only health emergency facing Virginians, Gov. Ralph Northam said Wednesday.
It is a federal holiday observed on the last Monday in the month of May.