Before the weather gets frightful, Virginia Department of Transportation crews in the Shenandoah Valley are preparing roads and resources for the forecasted snow and ice event on Sunday and early Monday.
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National Weather Service issues Winter Storm Watch for Shenandoah Valley
The Shenandoah Valley is under a Winter Storm Watch that is in effect Sunday into Monday morning, with 2-4 inches of snow, sleet and ice possible from an approaching winter storm. The storm is expected to hit the Valley Sunday morning, starting with snow and sleet before changing over to freezing rain by the late morning.
Waynesboro Moose Lodge provides Thanksgiving to Vector Industries
The Waynesboro Moose Lodge 1309 hosts a Thanksgiving meal for employees at Vector Industries in Waynesboro each year. The 2013 meal marked the 31st year that the Moose Lodge has done this for Vector employees. The occasion includes a turkey meal with all the fixings and a DJ playing music for employees to have some fun dancing to.
McDonnell: Virginia preparing for possible significant ice storm
Gov. Bob McDonnell today encouraged Virginians to prepare for a potentially disruptive early-season ice storm that will affect the Commonwealth this Sunday. While exact impacts are still somewhat uncertain, Virginians should make preparations now for possible power outages, that could be lengthy if large amounts of ice accumulate.
Kansas State coach Bruce Weber in Waynesboro to watch FMS recruit Tre’ Harris
Tre’ Harris has already signed with Kansas State, so it’s not like Bruce Weber needed to do any selling on the Fishburne Military School combo guard. But Weber was in Waynesboro just the same on Saturday to see Harris (6’5, 180, Glen Carbon, Ill.) score 13 points to help the second-ranked Caissons postgrad basketball team to a 76-63 win over Kiski School (Pa.).
Chris Graham: What’s wrong with UVa. basketball?
Back-to-back losses in and of themselves are enough reason to worry about Tony Bennett’s reeling UVa. basketball squad. But the way the ‘Hoos lost this week could be cause for big-time concern. What happened this week was that Virginia lost playing its preferred pace against Wisconsin at home, then lost on the road after getting lured into a more up-and-down contest.
- Kansas State coach Bruce Weber in Waynesboro to watch FMS recruit Tre’ Harris
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Visit Vector Industries
Chrissy Johnston, director of sales and marketing at Vector Industries, takes you on a tour of Vector, based in Waynesboro, Va., to show you what Vector can do for your business in terms of assembly, packaging, manufacturing and more. Video produced by Augusta Free Press. More on Vector Industries online at VectorIndustries.org.