The Virginia General Assembly session will be overshadowed by 10 months of pandemic and a week of post-insurrection controversy as legislators get to work in the 2021 session.
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RICHMOND — Virginia can expect few or no increases in monthly COVID-19 vaccine supplies until March or April, according to state health officials.
Virginia education officials are calling on school divisions to start looking at ways to reopen as vaccinations become more available across the state.
Gov. Ralph Northam said on Thursday that the Group 1B category of people to get priority for vaccinations will expand this week to include the younger residents.
The Virginia 38th District state Senate seat vacated after A. Ben Chafin Jr.’s death will be subject to a special election March 23.
The program provides scholarships for eligible individuals to enroll in a workforce or community college in five essential industries.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam told hospitals and health care providers on Wednesday to start using their supplies of COVID-19 vaccine as state health officials try to ramp up vaccinations of 8.5 million residents in 2021.
A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee that has represented Virginia in the U.S. Capitol for 111 years has been removed.
In reaction to Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s new directives issued Thursday, the Virginia High School League is requiring athletes to wear mas…