4 min read Cathy Childress, a self-employed resident of Radford, VA, posted a photo of younger people hanging out in front of an apartment near Radford University despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
7 min read The Tartan spoke with David Horton, the mayor of Radford, Tuesday morning about what he’s doing in the face of the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
2 min read A Radford University student has tested positive for COVID-19, announced Tuesday by The New River Health District.
3 min read Non-essential businesses in Virginia will be closed beginning 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, said Governor Ralph Northam, responding to the growing pandemic of COVID-19.
< 1 min read 5 p.m. is the Virginia Department of Health’s a cutoff time for the data it will post the following day at noon for COVID-19 cases in Virginia.
2 min read A southwest Virginia patient at the Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital on Thursday has tested positive for COVID-19.
4 min read The Radford Public Library is the Swiss Army knife of the Radford community, which they humbly hand over.
< 1 min read As most have probably seen so far this winter, we have experienced well-above-average temperatures, with little snowfall and a few periods of cold air.
2 min read Late Friday evening, a Water Main Break occurred on Grove Ave, around 10 PM, which is located across Muse Hall and the intersection of Tyler Ave.