The El Norteno restaurant at the Patrick Henry Mall on East Church Street in Martinsville has closed its doors for good.
Virginians will be able to walk into Department of Motor Vehicles offices for service again beginning on Oct 5, but they'll still have the option of making an appointment under a new alternating daily schedule unveiled on Thursday.
Our reading list for March begins with Senate Bill 1406, the 264-page bill that the General Assembly just passed that will legalize marijuana in 2024. It’s not the most riveting prose we’ve ever read, but it is fascinating in its own peculiar way. Whether you favor legalization or oppose it, the odds are that Virginians don’t fully comprehend what the legislature has set in motion.
El Norteno Restaurant violated the governor's COVID-19 restrictions on the night of the shooting that left 2 dead and 2 wounded.
Two were killed, 2 wounded there on Friday night after COVID-19 closing deadline.
Owner of Gourmeltz faces fine, possible jail time for violating governor's order but says he won't comply.
Virginia lawmakers are considering allowing open container districts and making delivery cocktails legal for another year as part of a package of roughly a dozen alcohol-related bills filed in this year’s General Assembly session.
Joshua Wayne Hollandsworth pleaded guilty to a drug charge last week, ending a story of drugs, drunkenness and death.
It’s pretty easy when you have vaccines that are 95% effective. Can’t get much better than that. I think what people need to appreciate — and that’s why I have said it like maybe 100 times in the last week or two — is the process by which a decision is made. The company looks at the data. I look at the data. Then the company puts the data to the FDA. The FDA will make the decision to do an emergency use authorization or a license application approval. And they have career scientists who are really independent. They’re not beholden to anybody. Then there’s another independent group, the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee. The FDA commissioner has vowed publicly that he will go according to the opinion of the career scientists and the advisory board.
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A Martinsville man was found guilty Friday in Henry County General District Court of driving while intoxicated, first offense, on the night hi…
Roy Reid Young III spent five days in jail and will return to court in January.
Driver's license photos are the worst, but one Tennessee woman is laughing after a clerical error left her with a picture of an empty chair.
The news came as a disappointment, but not necessarily a shock, when the Martinsville Speedway announced in May that there would not be a Cele…
ATLANTIC CITY — Although Caesars Entertainment Corp. is still waiting for state gaming regulators to sign off on a proposed merger with Eldorado Resorts Inc., the company’s top regional executive was approved for a casino license Wednesday morning.
CAPE MAY — At a May meeting, City Council declined an appeal to allow alcohol consumption in public places. Mayor Clarence “Chuck” Lear wants members to reconsider at the June 3 workshop meeting.
Gov. Ralph Northam said Thursday that businesses faced with a customer not wearing a mask should educate the person on the importance of face coverings, and that they can refuse service to a customer who does not comply.
Any restaurant in Virginia with a valid license to sell wine and beer on-premises can now sell wine and beer to go and for delivery without applying for additional permits.
A grocery store in Collinsville will close its doors this week.
Come October 1st, most current driver’s licenses will no longer be accepted by the Transportation Administration to fly domestically.
People convicted of low-level drug offenses who successfully complete the state’s Recovery Court program are one step closer to being able to hold upper-level positions in Atlantic City casinos.