RICHMOND - Virginia's remaining COVID-19 restrictions could be lifted in just over a month, Gov. Ralph Northam said Thursday.
All Virginians ages 16 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting April 18.
RICHMOND-Houseless rates are up, a whistleblower is fired and Northam signs an executive order to reduce plastic pollution.
RICHMOND-Some restrictions on gatherings and businesses in Virginia will be eased beginning on Monday, March 1.
RICHMOND-Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said during a press conference Wednesday that he bears ultimate responsibility for the failures of the Commonwealth’s vaccine rollout.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam delivered a message of hope and optimism in his State of the Commonwealth Address.
Economists are predicting a resurgence in Virginia’s economy next year.