“It gets really problematic in my standpoint when young children, have a developing brain and developing nervous system. The impacts of these substances long-term we do not know, both acute and chronic use,” Dr. Holstege said.
The public commenting started off with school board chair, John Axselle, telling the crowd that because of the number of speakers signed up, another public comment period on the proposed policy will happen again Tuesday, August 16 at 7 p.m.
The Richmond-Henrico Health District said there isn’t a huge risk of polio spreading here in Central Virginia. They have not received any new guidance from the CDC about updated vaccination recommendations.
The beef used in the Bistro’s burgers and kabobs is sourced directly from Mt. Crawford’s Frieden Farms, along with other local ingredients. Velazquez says more international options are showcased this way.
Bridgewater's VP for Enrollment Management says the program, which will see its first students in the fall of 2023, will allow not only the international students to gain new experiences but those students already on campus too.
On Friday in Harrisonburg volunteers came together at Waterman Elementary School to build two new composting systems for elementary schools in the city. The project was made possible through a partnership with local nonprofit Vine & Fig.