LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Olympic athletes were told by the IOC on Thursday that a waiver they must sign releasing Tokyo organizers from li…
Early registration is underway for Tails and Tales, Danville Public Library’s summer reading challenge, and the entire community is invited to…
The River District Association has awarded three new businesses a total of $50,000 to open or expand brick-and-mortar businesses in the River …
The ongoing Phase 3 clinical trial of Pfizer/BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine confirms its protection lasts at least six months after the second dose, the companies said Thursday.
Many changes are in place for the summer excursion.
The interns will be paid a stipend of $2,800.
There’s not a one-size-fits-all monarch garden. Although the Field Museum’s project is still fairly new, there are already some findings after a pilot and pandemic season. Participants sent in weekly reports, including the makeup of their garden, and development of eggs and caterpillars.
Jared Leto felt like he'd come out "to the zombie apolcalypse" when he returned home from a silent retreat to discover the US had gone into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Now that the holidays are over, those sparkling little lights you put all over your house, around your mailbox and on trees and bushes in your…
More than 100 area residents participated in this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s-Danville.
Watch how this clever Zoom meeting costume came together.
Santa Claus won't be riding through downtown Danville for the Riverview Rotary Christmas Parade this year. Organizers announced Friday the yuletide tradition has been canceled amid ongoing worries over the coronavirus pandemic.
The Virginia Department of Health plans to look at a diverse population of children living in Northern Virginia to see how many have developed antibodies to COVID-19.
Angienette Dixon has been putting on the Hoop Don’t Shoot program at Danville’s Doyle Thomas Park for four years now, and this summer, she aut…
Whether it’s a group painting party, a drawing class or other artistic gathering, free virtual artistic entertaining appears to be in abundance. For example, Berkeley University of California (artstudio.berkeley.edu) is offering ongoing Drawing Fundamentals with Danny classes on Zoom. Participants learn to draw with pencil and paper.
The first participant to enroll in the trial is an American who was brought to the UNMC campus after being evacuated from the Diamond Princess cruise ship.
“At a time when our country feels perhaps the fabric is becoming a bit frayed, we felt it was important for us to step back and really look at who we are,” PBS chief executive Paula Kerger told a TV critics meeting.