Coronavirus coverage

A 40-year-old Nathalie man faces a felony charge of grand larceny and a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice/no threat, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

A 26-year-old South Boston man faces a charge of following too close following a two-vehicle wreck that occurred March 19 at 6:53 p.m. on Bill Tuck Highway at John Randolph Blvd.

Following Gov. Ralph Northam’s Monday announcement of Executive Order 53, South Boston town manager Tom Raab announced new operational procedures Tuesday afternoon.

Superintendent of Public Instruction James Lane announced Tuesday that he is using his authority under Gov. Ralph Northam’s Executive Order 51 to ensure that high school seniors who were on track to earn a diploma later this spring are able to graduate, despite the closure of schools for the…

The Virginia High School League announced Monday that since to Gov. Ralph Northam ordered all schools in Virginia closed for the remainder of the year due to the coronavirus, VHSL spring sports and activities have been canceled.

With COVID-19 cases mounting across the commonwealth and now including two cases in surrounding areas to Halifax County, Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital clarified Friday night that there have not been any confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital.

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Due to the concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus, the April 4 ACT test date has been moved to June 13 and July 18.

Following Gov. Ralph Northam’s public health emergency order prohibiting more than 10 patrons in restaurants, fitness centers, and theaters, most local restaurants are turning to to-go and curbside dining options only, and while some seem to be staying a-float, servers are starting to feel t…

If one (dare-I-say-it?) ‘positive’ thing can be gained from the burgeoning pandemic, it just may be the changing of a few heretofore rigidly closed Pro-Trump minds.

Now with 67 positive cases of the Coronavirus in Virginia and its second death – a man in his 70s who acquired COVID-19 through an unknown source in the Peninsula Health District as of press time Tuesday, Governor Ralph Northam announced Tuesday he would like the public to abide by federal g…