It’s been quite a week for student-athletes at Albemarle County Schools. They’ve run the gamut of emotions as they held out hope for a season.
It took playing games on all seven days of the week, a wide receiver starting at quarterback, numerous schedule changes and constant revisions to health and safety protocols for the NFL to reach Week 17 on time.
The CPD data also shows officers are unlikely to find evidence in a search during a stop and, if they do, it is almost always some sort of narcotics.
Ahead of Saturday's important game against Louisville, UVa’s practice schedule changed. With Tuesday off for Election Day, the Cavaliers had a Monday night practice.
Even though distance learning largely takes place on a computer, it’s nice for kids to get some practice staying organized on paper. To keep track of homework assignments, due dates and even online classes, consider buying a small paper planner for your student. A pack of fine-tip colorful pens can also be a nice bonus.
Robert E. Lee was a slaveholder. For that, I believe, he will always be accountable. But I also believe he was no traitor, based on the context of his time.
One of the most incredible injury comebacks in NFL history rolls on.
With the Virginia High School League Executive Committee set to meet to discuss the status of fall sports, local athletes and coaches have been given a road map for offseason workouts and conditioning. VHSL Executive Director Dr. John “Billy” Haun unveiled the organization’s recommendations on Friday.
In March, COVID-19 forced Virginians inside to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Fear and worry got you down? Here's how to calm these feelings.
The spread of COVID-19 has forced the cancellation of athletic activity across collegiate athletics. The immediate cancellation cut short the …
After consulting with public health officials and its own advisory panel on the spread of the coronavirus, the NCAA announced that it will res…