Starting in the fall of 2020, some Virginia families will be able to send students to The University of Virginia’s College at Wise without the cost of tuition or fees.
U.S. Census counts begin across Virginia in March, and Census Bureau officials are still looking for employees to help get an accurate population count for the 2020 Census.
Norton Community Hospital’s former board of directors has established a new healthcare foundation for Southwest Virginia.
A Wise resident wants the Wise County Board of Supervisors to make the county a Second Amendment sanctuary in advance of a Democratic-controlled General Assembly in 2020.
In an evening filled with public hearings, a joint hearing between the Wise County Board of Supervisors and Appalachia Town Council means a boundary adjustment heads to a court review.
Regional lines and not a Democratic-dominated General Assembly will be the big challenge in state education funding, Southwest Virginia legislators told the region’s school superintendents and school board members.
The first phase of overhauling Big Stone Gap’s landmark Mutual Pharmacy has meant crowded parking on downtown Wood Avenue.
Area police and deputies kept busy with several vehicle crashes Tuesday as snow covered area roads and state crews prepared for a deep freeze Wednesday morning.
A five-month controversy over the status of suspended Norton City Schools football coach James Adams continues after the school board voted to find he violated school harassment policy.
Some people may not like putting up Christmas decorations in November, but the Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park has been popular for doing just that for a quarter-century.