The Central Virginian - Covid

Upcoming vaccine opportunities in Louisa County

Blue Ridge Health District will offer COVID-19 vaccines at Mineral Farmers Market this Saturday, June 12 from 9 a.m. to noon. The market is… Read more

Firefly Broadband offers COVID-19 discount on service

Firefly Fiber Broadband, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Central Virginia Electric Cooperative, is now offering discounts to eligible househol… Read more

Vaccine clinic set for ages 12 and up

For the past few months, thousands of Louisa County residents have received their COVID-19 vaccine thanks to an on-campus vaccination clini… Read more

Pastor welcomed home

Members of First Bible Way Church welcomed home Pastor Robert Christmas, who battled COVID for the last four months, with a drive-by parade… Read more

Vaccine campaign to ramp up soon

Masks may no longer be required in as many places, but state health officials are still concerned about doing all they can to avert future … Read more

Reflecting on a month for older Americans

Older Americans Month was established in 1963, when older citizens were facing a myriad of challenges without many resources: At the time, … Read more

Spanberger encourages Central Virginians to seek $50 internet discount

U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger called on eligible Central Virginians to enroll in the Federal Communications Commission’s Emergency… Read more

Governor lifts mask mandate

Governor Ralph Northam today lifted Virginia’s universal indoor mask mandate to align with new guidance from the Centers for Disease Contro… Read more

Vaccine numbers keep rising as illness wanes

The landscape of vaccination and COVID-19 has changed dramatically in recent weeks. Close to 50 percent of county residents 16 and over hav… Read more

JMRL extends hours and building options

The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library will extend hours and in-building options at many of its locations starting Monday, May 17. Appointm… Read more

Students honored for work on wireless internet stations

Students at Louisa County High School won accolades in a national competition for their work building the Wireless on Wheels internet stati… Read more

Governor announces expanded capacity, social gathering limits to begin May 15

Governor Ralph Northam announced yesterday that sports and entertainment venues in Virginia may begin to operate with expanded capacity, an… Read more

Next COVID testing event is this Thursday in Mineral

Thursday, April 22 – Louisa County (hosted by Blue Ridge Health District) Read more

Senior center restores some programs

After a year of paused programming, Jefferson Area Board for Aging has restarted in-person events for older residents at the Betty J. Queen… Read more

Vaccine numbers climb as officials eye cases

About 42 percent of Louisa County residents aged 16 and over had received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine as of Monday.  Read more

BUILDERS SHOWCASE: Looking for greener pastures during the pandemic

While rising prices and low interest rates and inventory continue to be hallmarks of Louisa County’s real estate market, the most tangible … Read more

Vaccine and testing updates from Blue Ridge Health District

Blue Ridge Health District is now vaccinating individuals in Phase 1C, including essential workers who play a key role in the functioning o… Read more

Rules loosened for social gatherings

The number of people allowed at social gatherings in Virginia will increase on April 1 to 50 indoors and 100 outdoors, as COVID-19 cases re… Read more

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