Across the Commonwealth of Virginia, people are adapting to new routines as a result of social distancing and other precautions aimed at halting the spread of the coronavirus. Governor Ralph N… Read more
The CARES Act provides increased benefits for workers collecting unemployment insurance by $600 for claims effective March 29th until July 31st. Increased benefits for eligible claimants unde… Read more
The Virginia Coronavirus Fraud Task Force and Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigations (IRS-CI) are warning taxpayers to be alert about possible scams relating to COVID-19 economic imp… Read more
The Virginia Department of Health’s website now shows that 25 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Mecklenburg County. Yesterday, it was announced that several cases have been found in Sen… Read more
The investigation remains ongoing into a two-vehicle crash that resulted in multiple injuries on Saturday (April 4, 2020). The crash occurred at 11:51 a.m. on Route 1, less than a mile north o… Read more
Below are the wrestlers’ records for the season. Landon Lyles had the most wins this season with 24. Neil Clayton Jr. finished the highest at the State Tournament, coming in as the State Runne…
After suffering a lower leg injury thought to be season-ending midway through her senior season, Bluestone High School’s Ashlyn Knott, the 2018 James River District Volleyball Player of the Ye…
Basketball season is done at Bluestone, with both the varsity boys and girls teams falling on the road Saturday in the Region 2A tournament.
Bluestone High School wrestling had 3 participants in the VHSL 2A State Wrestling Championship at the Salem Civic Center Feb 21-22.
Baron Wrestler Neil Clayton Jr. is your 2A Region A Champion of the 220 Weight Class for the second year in a row. The win qualifies him for the VHSL State Championship February 21-22 in Salem…
For some, legislation that would permit local government to remove monuments was an emotional issue. Under the final version of the bill, cities and counties will be allowed to remove Confederate monuments they own and maintain under legislation passed and sent to Gov. Northam for his signature.