“We don’t get to choose who lives or dies,” is a phrase that I tend to live by.
Most recently, I’ve had multiple individuals tell me they believe the public is simply unaware of the resources that we have whether that’s job training, food assistance or more.
On Friday, Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced the legislation, budget amendments, and initiatives he will be supporting to further his Day One Agenda priorities.
On Saturday, Governor Glenn Youngkin signed nine Executive Orders and two Executive Directives at the Virginia State Capitol, acting on several of his Day One promises to Virginians.
It seems like everyone has COVID-19 right now, and Gov. Ralph Northam made a final COVID-briefing on Monday afternoon to issue a limited 30-day order to expand the number of available hospital beds, increase staffing capacity at hospitals and nursing homes, and allow public health agencies g…
I know I’m supposed to write opinion pieces about current events, but sometimes you have to take a break from writing about the high school, teacher salaries, road construction, pending legislation, and write a light-hearted column about Christmas movies.
It’s almost time for family and friends to gather around the dinner table filled with turkey and all the fixings to say what we’re thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday.
After I wrote about the closing of the elementary schools and the cost of building a high school, I realized that I needed to do more research to see how other new schools that have been built recently stack up in comparison to our high school.
Sunday a gentleman came in the office to get a copy of a recent edition of The Gazette-Virginian, and he mentioned that most of the familiar faces that he once knew were gone.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 20 years to the date since America was turned upside down by a terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
I can’t imagine what those in New Orleans, Cuba, Tennessee and other areas are dealing with as Tropical Storm Ida makes it way across the United States.
When I first started my job here at The Gazette-Virginian in September of 2013, one of my first assignments was to cover a Halifax County School Board meeting.
Once again, the Virginia Department of Education is considering consolidating their standard diploma and advanced diploma. They also considered this action in 2017.