The Central Virginian - Covid

Governor gets taste of Louisa school lunch

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam made his second visit this year to Louisa County High School on Thursday morning to pay tribute to the publ… Read more

UPDATE: Football team has new opponent Friday

The Louisa County High School varsity football team will play King George High School this Friday at home instead of Massaponax, which canc… Read more

Lions Club stays active amid pandemic

The Louisa Lions Club has been serving the county for almost 70 years and continues to be active despite the pandemic. The club inducted th… Read more

COVID cases see rapid increase in county

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Louisa County in the past week is higher than at any time since late January, according to the Blue Rid… Read more

Vaccine to be required for staff at Louisa clinic

Central Virginia Health Services, Inc., which operates the Health and Wellness Center in the town of Louisa, said it will require all emplo… Read more

REC members behind on bills encouraged to set up payment plans

Nearly 5,000 Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) member-owners face the possibility of disconnection of service unless they set up a pa… Read more

New virus variant is a test for Louisa area

With the Delta variant bringing a rise in coronavirus infections in the region and across the country, the Virginia Department of Health is… Read more

Unvaccinated students, staff to wear masks at schools

Students and staff who are not vaccinated will be required to wear face masks when they return to classrooms at Louisa County Public School… Read more

Health department offers walk-in vaccines on Tuesdays

Blue Ridge Health Department will offer walk-in COVID-19 vaccines at its office at 540 Industrial Drive in Louisa beginning on Tuesday, Jul… Read more

Virginia has more than a billion dollars in aid for people behind on rent. Here’s how to get it.

Update: After this story was published, the Centers for Disease Control announced a final extension of federal eviction protections through… Read more

70 percent of adult Virginians have received at least one COVID vaccine dose

Governor Ralph Northam announced on June 21 that 70 percent of adults 18 years and older in the Commonwealth have received at least one dos… Read more

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

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