Recycled trees will be chipped and turned into mulch, which will be available for free pickup in February
The Town Council also approved a tourist lodging site and the town's West Downtown Small Area Plan.
“Children still grow, and they still need clothes to wear to school, even though it’s virtual and the kids are on camera ..."
It was the 12th fatal traffic crash and 13th and 14th fatalities investigated by Albemarle police in 2020.
“The long-term goal is to combine as many data inputs as we can, and have them synergize with one another to more accurately predict what's going to happen in the next couple of weeks.”
Cosmological tool helps scientists know what makes up the universe
“These products are for cancer patients or patients on their death bed … This is not for high school students to abuse. This is not recreational marijuana.”
Relying on the generosity of the community, the fund goes toward providing shoes, clothing, school supplies, medicine, eyeglasses and other essentials to children in need.
State legislators representing Central Virginia have a variety of priorities ahead of the upcoming General Assembly session.
Questions may be asked during the live session, through Zoom or by phone.
Senior U.S. District Judge Glen E. Conrad wrote that Joseph Draego did not have standing to file the lawsuit because he had not been subject to a substantial risk order.
The Supreme Court of Virginia issued an opinion that said the Prince William County Board of Supervisors does not have the power to dissolve the corporate status of the Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad, but said that it can end a contract with DTRS for emergency medical services.
In change from the previous timeline, division staff proposed pushing back the decision for the third quarter to mid-January in order to allow more time for planning.
Median sales prices rise across region as demand remains higher than supply
According to Family Treatment Court coordinator Laura Handler, the hope is to use the funding to expand staffing and programming to better assist participants.
The lawsuit alleges the vineyard changed a wedding contract and declined to reimburse the deposit after a Washington, D.C-area couple canceled their wedding.
The councilors made asks of the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors and county staff to work together around issues of representation, infrastructure, economic development and the environment.
“To participate in their class without the hands-on experience is like asking a student to read a book about playing the violin but never allowing them to touch the violin."
The division is planning to remove language that allowed for brief mask breaks during the day at the teacher's discretion.
Blacks, Latinos over-represented in hospitalizations and deaths, figures show.
In Virginia's 5th Congressional District, one candidate has a campaign focused on building unity, while the other highlights the country's political divide.
“I started making the bodies back in July but I had bought the clown masks off eBay about four or five years ago. It was around the time that there were all of those sightings of creepy clowns in the woods and in neighborhoods going on across the country.”
Virginia panel sets Nov. 17 public hearing, asks input on replacement for Lee statue at U.S. Capitol
Written suggestions are due to the Virginia Department of Historic Resources by Nov. 27
An airfield in Nellysford is home to Shenandoah Valley Soaring Inc., one of about five glider clubs that operate in Virginia and offer rides in the two-person, engine-less aircraft.