(Undated)- Nearly 150 pharmacies across Virginia are expanding their hours for giving COVID-19 vaccinations over the next two weeks. The Virginia Department of Health says the schedule change will last through the Fourth of July as part
(Undated)- Virginians who get vaccinated can do so and get some quick cash at one local pharmacy. Walgreens says their new initiative is to offer ‘Walgreens Cash’ for those who get vaccinated that have a ‘my-Walgreens’ account.
(DC)- Funeral services today for Former Senator John Warner. It will be held at the Washington National Cathedral. Services are set to begin at 11 o’clock. Warner died last month because of heart failure at the age
(Richmond)- Richmond may be a step closer to getting a new baseball stadium. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held yesterday at the new Alcohol Beverage Control facility in Hanover County on Pole Green Road. ABC is leaving its
(Richmond)- Seventy-percent of Virginians have received at least one shot of the coronavirus vaccine. Virginia reached the goal set by President Biden of 70-percent before July 4th. Virginia became the 16th state to reach the goal.
(Annapolis)- No new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in Maryland. That’s the latest update from the Maryland Department of Health on Sunday. Governor Larry Hogan says that this is the first time since October 18th of last
(Lusby)- An alligator has been brought down in Southern Maryland. The-BayNet-dot-com reports that a father and his son captured the reptile over the weekend in Calvert County. Officials say there have been no reports of any other
(Leonardtown)- One school district in Southern Maryland is tossing out a long-standing health guideline for students and staff. Face coverings will no longer be required when students return to school next year. The St. Mary’s County superintendent
(DC)- Another Smithsonian museum will reopen its doors today. The National Museum of Natural History will welcome back guests. Timed-entry passes will be required for everyone, and face masks must be worn while inside. Several other museums
(Richmond)- The way Virginians travel by bicycle, or around them, will change beginning July 1st. The Virginia General Assembly has passed two new laws in an effort to improve bicycle safety in the state. This comes after
(Richmond)- Virginia residents can now schedule appointments to speak with a representative about an unemployment claim. The Virginia Employment Commission has set up an online system for residents to make an appointment for a representative to call
(Richmond)- For the second year in a row, Virginia will observe Juneteenth by giving state employees the day off. State offices will be closed today as Juneteenth falls on Saturday. Juneteenth, or June 19th, commemorates the end
(Richmond)- Virginians are paying more at the pump. That’s according to Triple-A who reports the average price for a gallon of gas in Virginia is two-dollars-and-ninety-three-cents. The price is up a penny from last week but down
(Annapolis)- State officials are warning Marylanders about an increase of unemployment insurance scams. People have been getting text messages that say their unemployment accounts are under review. The text goes on to tell people to click a
(DC)- Members of the U.S. Senate will meet up next week to discuss D.C. statehood. The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs will gather on Tuesday morning for the discussion. The bill has passed the
(Charlottesville)- A Virginia health expert is warning residents about a new variant of COVID-19. The Delta variant that’s popping up in the U.S. is proving to be more transmissible and is linked to a higher risk of
(Richmond)- Virginia’s state of emergency is ending soon. Governor Northam issued the order last year during the height of the coronavirus outbreak, but it is set to end on June 30th. In the meantime, Northam says face
(Radford)- Being vaccinated against COVID-19 will be a requirement for students at yet another Virginia school. Radford University has announced the new rule for anyone attending in-person classes and activities. The school says that medical and religious
(Blacksburg)- Virginia is legalizing marijuana possession on July 1st, but Virginia Tech officials say that changes nothing on campus. Tech has recently updated its code of conduct regarding drugs and alcohol. Marijuana possession and use is still
(Charlottesville)- The owner of a prominent mall in Virginia has filed for bankruptcy. Washington Prime Group filed for bankruptcy last week. The group owns the Fashion Square Mall in Charlottesville along with others in Virginia Beach and
(Blacksburg)- The Virginia Tech football team will be playing in front of a full crowd this fall at Lane Stadium. The team plans to follow any health guidelines that are in place during that time. The Hokies
(Richmond)- Virginia has launched a new program to get people back to work. It’s called the ‘Return to Earn Grant Program’ and will match payments from certain small businesses to help encourage people to begin working again.
(Richmond)- A new type of COVID-19 clinic is set to open in Virginia. VCU Health has announced the launch of its clinic for patients with chronic symptoms, which is the first of its kind in the state.
(DC)- Changes with Metro. Beginning next month, Metrorail hours will be extended until midnight seven days a week, and as late as 1 a.m. on the weekends come September. Additionally, the weekend fare cost will be set
(Richmond)- Gas prices prices continue to rise. According to Triple-A, the average price for a gallon is nearly 20-cents more than this time last month. Meanwhile, Virginians are paying 15-cents less than the average across the country.