- U.S. 250 will likely be closed for weeks while excavation and stabilization is done between Route 6 east of the summit of Afton Mountain and Route 750 just west of the Rockfish Gap Country Store.
- Michael Sullivan, when interviewing for the aquatic director job at the Waynesboro Family YMCA, mentioned casually that he likes to tinker with cars. That bit of information pretty much sealed the deal for YMCA Executive Director Jeff Fife.
- Originally, each Class of 2021 graduate would be permitted to have 10 guests accompany them to a smaller ceremony held inside the high school on May 15. Now each graduate can bring up to 15 guests.
- An increased number of calls have been coming into the Mental Health America of Augusta office this month related to depression and anxiety. The Staunton-based nonprofit is ready to answer the mighty call to action from our community.
- Virginia State Police responded to a crash on westbound Interstate 64 at the 108 mile marker involving a tractor-trailer and a pedestrian reported at 5:06 a.m. Thursday.
- After more than a year of lockdowns, many Virginians are ready to travel again. “Revenge Travel” is a new trend where eager travelers are ready to hit the roads to make up for lost time from last year.
- Atlantic Broadband will partner with state and local officials in Virginia to extend the availability of broadband internet in four rural, coastal Chesapeake Bay counties.
- While those with sensory loss have always faced a risk of feeling isolated, the pandemic has further reduced their ability to connect with the world around them, leading to a diminished quality of life.
- The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors has set the Calendar Year 2021 Tax Rates and adopted the Fiscal Year 2022 Operating and Capital Budget.
- A Facebook advisory board has upheld the platform’s suspension of the account of former President Donald Trump, but the board said Wednesday that Facebook must complete its review of this matter within six months
- Chris Graham and Jerry Ratcliffe break down the Igor Milicic Jr. signing, review UVA football spring practice, discuss the 'Hoos late-season baseball run, and then talk with Dr. David Diduch from UVA Orthopedics.
- Auto racing beat writer Rod Mullins joins the show to talk NASCAR, NHRA news involving Bristol Motor Speedway and the latest on the tragic death of former NASCAR driver Eric McClure.
- Olivia Britton Watts and Michael Sullivan are heading up aquatics and youth sports at the Waynesboro YMCA. Meet the new staffers and learn about their plans for programming at the Y.
- Brennan Armstrong, his first spring as QB1 at Virginia under his belt, has set a high ceiling for the Cavalier offense in 2021.
- Redshirt freshman Justin Starke had six hits on the day, but that was just about the only nice thing you could say for VMI as the Keydets were swept by Samford Friday, 25-1 and 11-5.
- A heap of 11 runs through the first three innings was the engine behind the Richmond Flying Squirrels in a 12-6 victory against the Hartford Yard Goats at The Diamond on Thursday night.
- Landon Dieterich hit the first home run in Fredericksburg Nationals history, but it wasn't enough as the Lynchburg Hillcats won their third straight over the FredNats by a score of 8-2.
- Diana Ordoñez turned in her second hat trick of the season to help push No. 13 Virginia to a 3-0 victory over Rice on Wednesday in the Round of 16 of the NCAA Tournament at WakeMed Soccer Park.
- The secondary was a position of weakness in the Virginia defense in 2020, and that’s putting it mildly, being excessively polite, understating the situation.
- Last night, trying to watch UVA-VCU baseball – don’t @ me; yes, I know, there are literally millions of better things to waste your time doing than watching mid-week college baseball – I hit an odd technology wall.
- If you’re looking to get your kids outside more often, you might want to think about installing a tree swing in your yard.
- When it comes time to train new employees or to help them get ready for an exam for a new certification, you may want to sign them up for online courses.
- The vast majority of doctor’s offices, clinics, and hospitals store this information for an extended period of time, which begs a few important questions.
- Leads are the key to successful sales. The first and the most important task for sales is finding leads and converting them into real customers.
- If there is anything we should do this lockdown, it would be to grow and hone in on our skills and knowledge base, right? Podcasts are the most efficient way to do that by the way.
- Influencer marketing will not work for you unless you choose the right influencer. So, how do you choose the right influencer for your brand?
- These home exercises can help improve your health leaps and bounds and do not require a lot of space or colossal time investment to be successful.