Video, telehealth visits by veterans increase during pandemic

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently announced that video telehealth appointments to Veterans’.

VCU details August return with in-person, online courses, free COVID-19 testing

By Hannah Eason Capital News Service Virginia Commonwealth University’s fall semester classes are slated to.

Data shows 10 case surge in local COVID-19 cases

The Virginia Department of Health’s (VDH’s) Daily Dashboard showed an increase in the number of.

City schools to operate under Phase 1 of reopening plan

With an eye on the safety and health of students, staff, and families, Martinsville City.

City officials formally endorse letter, support council member

By Brandon Martin In a majority vote, Martinsville City Council formally addressed a situation involving.

Proposed energy projects get greenlight

By Brandon Martin Martinsville is moving forward with two energy projects after city council members.

Ownership of property involved in first city authority transaction may revert

By Brandon Martin The Martinsville Land Bank Authority, which includes members of Martinsville City Council,.

New county jail is 20-percent complete

By Brandon Martin The new $70 million Henry County Adult Detention Center (ADC) is approximately.

School officials discuss impact of potential federal funds

By Brandon Martin Last week, school divisions in Henry County and Martinsville laid out their.

Applications accepted for cooling assistance

The Virginia Department of Social Services’ (VDSS) Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is currently.