People of local note who passed away over the past year
All classes at the Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education Center will continue online this school year, following the county school sys…
An online education expert explains the challenges schools will face as they go virtual.
This spring, the Greene County Library has been offering a series for new or expectant parents of doula-led discussions centering on late preg…
This year, the reassessment’s $2.4 million means the school division can buy 12 new buses and hire a Career and Technical Education instructor with its half.
MAYS LANDING — “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness,” “Be enough for yourself first, the rest of the world can wait,” and “Never lose hope” were just some of the positive notes written in sidewalk chalk by students for their peers outside of Oakcrest High School.
The 12 persons sacrificed so that others in the Waynesboro School District can receive a three percent raise are all teachers or teachers’ aides.
In the movie “Mean Girls,” the physical education teacher tells the students “Don’t have sex, because you will get pregnant … and die.”
After a year and a half as president of Germanna Community College, Dr. Janet Gullickson has accomplished a key goal: to increase enrollment.
Administrators at Mary Baldwin University last week removed an exhibit created by two Richmond artists after students called the installation racist because it featured images of Confederate monuments, according to a statement from the private liberal arts university in Staunton.
Hiromi Johnson, founder of the Charlottesville Tai Chi Center, is awarded the fifth annual Arts Award from the Mildred W. Spicer Arts Fund for…
“I think people want to be more connected to nature.”
Hiromi Johnson won the Arts Award from the Mildred W. Spicer Arts Fund.