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Phone calls to emergency hotlines for domestic violence have spiked in the state of Virginia as people stay at home during the coronavirus epidemic.
There are 2,878 “presumptively positive” cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of April 6, 2020.
With 2,637 coronavirus cases statewide, 51 Virginians have died so far after contracting the coronavirus.
There are now 2,637 “presumptively positive” cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of April 5.
Carilion Clinic announced on Monday that it has treated 69 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19.
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For those of us who are in citywide and community groups on virtual spaces such as Facebook and NextDoor, these past weeks have been interesting, as the coronavirus situa...
Are you the type to peruse Target while sipping on a Starbucks coffee? Not necessarily for anything you need, but because Target is pretty much the best store ever.
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One of the world's best amateur golfers showed off some wedge wizardry in his backyard over the weekend.
With stimulus checks on their way in a few weeks, experts say this is a prime time for scammers to take advantage of those in need.
We're all trying to be as healthy as possible, but experts are cautioning about trying unproven and possibly unsafe methods.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommend wearing a cloth mask in confined public areas.
The White House Coronavirus Task Force and President Trump are scheduled to give a briefing on Sunday, April 5.
Leaders with Roanoke City Public Schools announced details regarding food delivery and pickup on Sunday.
Three more residents diagnosed with COVID-19 have died at a Virginia long-term care facility, the center disclosed on Sunday, bringing the death toll from one of the nati...
A tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for the new coronavirus, in what is believed to be the first known infection in an animal in the U.S. or a tiger anywhere, fe...
Two people in Giles County have the new coronavirus (COVID-19), the Virginia Department of Health (VDH)'s New River Health District announced on Sunday.
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Charles Billingsley, a teaching pastor at Lynchburg's Thomas Road Baptist Church, has tested positive for COVID-19.
There are now 2,407 “presumptively positive” cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of April 4.
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A local plant is suspending production during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Precision Fabrics Group in Vinton is making valuable equipment in the fight against COVID-19
Local business owners say the multi-billion dollar small business aid program is difficult to navigate.
Local businesses are getting creative to meet the needs of their customers.
While many businesses are struggling during the pandemic, one is seeing its numbers soar.
Local residents with 3D printers are stepping up to help in the fight against the coronavirus.
Gov. Ralph Northam is scheduled to address Virginians on Friday afternoon during his tri-weekly update.
The entire staff of the Montgomery County Department of Social Services is under quarantine because a member of the department tested positive for the new coronavirus (CO...
With school closed for the year, teachers at Radford's McHarg Elementary School found a new way to see their students.
The division held a virtual press conference Friday to update families about what’s next.
The need for hand sanitizer is increasing, and a local business has stepped up to help.
According to Nielsen, alcohol sales across the country are up 55% from where they were at this point last year.
If you are planning on heading outdoors this weekend, here is some information about which public spaces are open and which ones are closed.
There’s only one positive case for the department, but two fire stations have had to shut down this week.
James Taylor has postponed his tour with Jackson Browne, including his summer concert in Roanoke, until further notice.
The 2020 SXSW festival was canceled this year due to the coronavirus outbreak sweeping the country, but the organizers are still thinking of ways to let fans experience S...
With sinus and allergy season in full swing, the coronavirus pandemic is causing more hesitation for allergy sufferers who would normally go to a doctor or hospital for t...
Even if you’re staying inside, social distancing and trying to be as safe as you can when it comes to this new coronavirus, COVID-19, we all have to eat, right?
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is instituting a hiring freeze of state employees and is telling agency heads to look for ways to cut budgets in response to the coronavirus.
While we’re all particularly grateful for health care workers right now amid the coronavirus pandemic, one speech therapist who is still going into work at a nursing home...
Snip, snip, it’s time to learn how to cut your own hair.
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing a high demand for respiratory masks and shields, companies that typically make vastly different products are dropping everything and sw...
There are now 1,710 “presumptively positive” cases of the coronavirus in Virginia as of April 2.
With schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Roanoke County has been delivering meals to all of its students by bus — but that will soon change.
Roanoke County leaders will be addressing the county’s response to Gov. Ralph Northam’s stay-at-home order.
Change can be hard to accept, especially for kids who are used to a routine.
The new coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading in communities across Virginia, according to the Virginia Department of Health (VDH).
A Martinsville City Council member is trying to make sure people in his city who need masks to help protect themselves from the coronavirus have them.
If you don't know how to apply for unemployment benefits, here's a step-by-step guide.
The White House Coronavirus Task Force and President Trump are scheduled to give a briefing on Thursday, April 2.
The coronavirus has many people struggling right now, so some Martinsville police officers are taking time to check on people in their community.
Lynchburg’s Junior League chapter has joined several organizations in our area, sewing masks for the elderly at nursing homes, as well as doctors and nurses.
Danville's vice mayor isn't letting the coronavirus stop him from giving back to his city.
Smith Mountain Lake businesses prepare for delayed start to season because of stay-at-home order.
Two Lynchburg firefighters are currently being tested for the coronavirus after coming in contact with a patient that would later test positive for it.
A Craig County resident has tested positive for the coronavirus.
There are so many of us who have had to move to working from home. For some, it is certainly a juggling act.
Applications for temporary unemployment assistance in Virginia increased during the week ending on March 28th as the U.S. economy bears the weight of growing fears around...
During a great time of need, Governor Ralph Northam is pushing people to call 211 Virginia to get connected to local resources.
We’re all coping with the coronavirus outbreak in our own ways, and for some, that’s pretending that every hour of the day is happy hour.
The coronavirus pandemic has turned houses into safe havens, working-from-home parents into educators, and many working on the front-lines into unsung heroes.