Henry County Administration Building will open a 9 a.m. Wednesday due to the potential for refreeze on the roadways. Henry County Public Schoo…
More than 45,000 AEP customers lost power Monday, and state trooper responded to 653 crashes and 649 disabled vehicles during the storm.
Area students will spend all of Thanksgiving week out of school, but that doesn’t mean a break from schoolwork.
A Ford pickup truck and a Henry County school bus struck each other in a head-on collision on North River Road at the U.S. 220 bypass exit in …
A bus driver for Nelson County Public Schools was arrested Nov. 4 and charged with driving a commercial motor vehicle under the influence and abuse and neglect of children.
"How long are you going to make students keep wearing masks," Jennifer Jones asked the board members. "You are a complicit part of a tyrannical government."
Communities across America are reconsidering their approach to gifted and talented programs in schools as they grapple with questions over equity. A closer look.
PITTSBURGH — Twenty years ago, Paul Carson said he never would have hesitated to speak out at a school board meeting about any issue affecting his children's education.
TODAY’S WORD is spanandry. Example: “Darling, I realize the pickings are slim in this rural spanandry, but you can’t ask Council to misuse pub…
Schools report on new cases and new quarantines.
He was arrested after having been reported to use a firearm.
More than 5,000 public school students and staff in the Fredericksburg area have been quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19 since the 2021–22 school year began last month.
Exhausting as many resources as possible for a school year that could be another one for the record books, at least 100 of Virginia’s 132 school systems — including several in the Richmond area — are leaning on a state-sponsored virtual education program for help in alleviating some of the need for virtual seats for the 2021-22 school year.
Sign up by Wednesday at 5 p.m. to speak in the public hearing about reversion.
Due to a high number of COVID cases, Chancellor High School in Spotsylvania County will be virtual for all students beginning Tuesday and continuing through Sept. 10.
Some of the test results for elementary students declined by 50 and 60 percentage points.
All students, who have not otherwise been advised to quarantine, will be able to begin in-person instruction again on Aug. 30.
School districts' rules for communicating and responding to cases vary.
Henry County schools delay dismissal because of storm threats, and P&HCC closes early.
School systems will have to wait to see how much learning was lost during the pandemic.
Reminder about immunizations