UPDATED: Virginia reported 230 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday for a total of 2,637. That's 41% fewer new cases than were reported Saturday. Also, the official tally of deaths now stands at 51, one fewer than Saturday. Read more
A second Prince William County resident has died as a result of COVID-19. The person was in their 60s, suffered from chronic medical conditions and died Friday evening, Dr. Alison Ansher, director of the Prince William Health Department, said Saturday. Read more
Fauquier Health has identified three employees who have tested positive for COVID-19. Fauquier Health spokeswoman Sarah Cubbage said that all three worked at the hospital. She elaborated, "One employee is a care provider, but was not in direct patient care when they began exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. The remaining two employees are not care providers and were not in direct contact with any patients." Read more
Gov. Ralph Northam said Friday he “certainly wouldn’t discourage” Virginians from wearing face coverings when they venture out of the house for “essential reasons.” Read more
Like most high school athletes planning to play sports in college, Eric Sledge is still finding ways to work on his craft, even with spring sports canceled.
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UPDATED: Keamanni Marie Cook, 16, of Washington, D.C., who was reported missing from the Youth for Tomorrow facility in Bristow on March 23, has been located and is safe, police said Friday. Read more
A Dumfries man was arrested and charged Wednesday in connection with a shooting at the Glen Ridge apartment complex in Dale City that left a 33-year-old man with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds, according to police. Read more
Gov. Ralph Northam issued on Monday what he called a "stay-at-home" order for all of Virginia, a move that will continue to allow people to leave their homes for essentials such as food, supplies, medical appointments and exercise, but "orders" residents to otherwise stay home. Read more