The coronavirus has officially arrived in Roane County.
Every registered voter in West Virginia will get an application for an absentee ballot in the mail as part of a statewide program to make certain the May 12 election occurs in spite of concerns about the coronavirus.
Teaching kids who are not at school has proven to be challenging during the school shutdown that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The county’s new budget will include larger raises for employees but no reduction for taxpayers.
Maybe it pays to wait.
Efforts to halt spread of the coronavirus have brought business in Spencer to almost a grinding halt.
Teachers and bus operators in Roane County were handing out homework and meals to students, even with the schools shut down by a governor’s order in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
County health care facilities continue to adapt to the ever-changing situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
There may be no school in West Virginia, but that doesn’t mean kids don’t get hungry.
Shoppers in Spencer have been flocking to the stores in recent days to make preparations for coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.