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COVID-19 pandemic didn't stop many from honoring Memorial Day

The COVID-19 pandemic has made large gatherings impossible, but that did not stop some who took time to remember what Memorial Day is really about.


On Monday, musicians from across the country played music on their porches to take part in Taps Across America, a national moment of remembrance, including musicians here in the Valley.



The Virginia Department of Health has reported the second confirmed case in the state of a pediatric inflammatory illness associated with the new coronavirus.


Pizza Hut announced that restaurants will be giving away a free, one-topping medium pizza to the Class of 2020.


Anheuser-Busch to donate over 6,900 hand sanitizers to Virginia Emergency Services


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UVA Track and Field and Cross Country adjusts to changes caused by COVID-19 pandemic


JMU football earns three three-star commits


Charlottesville official wants to revisit statues' removal


20 hikers rescued from flooding in Virginia


Gold Star father Khizr Khan discusses importance of Memorial Day


Food bank and animal shelter join forces to provide human and pet food pantry


Here are the restaurants across our area still serving food


Socialist collective calls on Harrisonburg City Council to delay reopening plans


Town of Shenandoah holds drive-in Memorial Day service



Tracking the latest confirmed COVID-19 cases around the world


Trump honors war dead in events colored by pandemic's threat


The latest update on WHSV's Over-The-Air signal in Page County


Family opens up about battling COVID-19 without even knowing it


West Virginia COVID-19 cases rise to 1,782


Solemn rituals carry on with new precautions at Arlington National Cemetery


Virginia study finds Rockingham County farmers are behind livestock fencing goals


Virginia COVID-19 cases rise by 1,483 alongside the highest daily test count yet


Jimmy Cobb, ‘Kind of Blue’ drummer for Miles Davis, dies


Cities, counties across Virginia will soon get first share of federal aid


Trump threatens to move RNC without assurances from N.C. governor


17-year cicadas emerging in southwest Virginia


Ewing out of hospital after being treated for COVID-19


Free COVID-19 testing scheduled for Lexington on May 29


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