- Central Shenandoah Health District is transitioning the COVID-19 vaccine clinic appointment process from invitation-only to public scheduling.
- Wednesday's large on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Augusta Health has extended hours for those who are not available during the workday.
- Middle River Regional Jail is beginning to transfer state-responsible inmates to the Virginia Department of Corrections.
- The Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail is launching a program that will let jail residents find purpose, earn college credit and position themselves for success upon their release and re-entry into our community.
- Virginia Lottery players won big in the Monday Pick 3 afternoon drawing. The winning combination was 0-0-0. Players won a total of $3,087,300, compared to the $565,399 handle that the Lottery took in for the drawing.
- The two DC fast chargers were installed by EVgo – a nationwide public fast charging network with over 800 locations – and were fully funded by the state.
- A documentary about domestic violence by Washington and Lee University professor Stephanie Sandberg and Nolan Zunk ’22 has been named an official selection in the Cannes World Film Festival.
- The Molina Foundation is making reading a reality for youth across the commonwealth with a donation of $1.2 million worth of books to Virginia 4-Hers, some of who have never owned a book before.
- Legislation that would ensure farmers, ranchers and self-employed small business owners can receive their full Paycheck Protection Program forgivable loan amount was introduced this week in the House of Representatives.
- Jennifer Carroll Foy today released a plan to reform and strengthen early childhood education and child care in Virginia.
- A new study reveals 69 percent of Americans report that talking about their wishes and values for end-of-life care is important.
- Around the turn of the millennium, the development of hydrogen fuel cells to power our transportation sector with renewable, non-polluting power was all the rage among environmentalists and techies alike.
- Virginia’s unemployment rate decreased a tenth of a percentage point to 5.1 percent in March, which is down 6.2 percentage points from its peak of 11.3 percent in April 2020.
- The Waynesboro-based Harvest Restaurant Group, which operates Orchard Creek and several ghost kitchens with food available exclusively on DoorDash, has turned to MainStreet Farmstead in Stuarts Draft to provide the group with their cornerstone ingredients: clean, nutrient-dense foods.
- The Waynesboro School Board received an update on the 2021-2022 budget, as well as an overview of possible plans for Waynesboro High School’s graduation this year, at the board’s regular meeting Tuesday night.
- The River City’s dream of a 6.5-mile round-trip trail for bicycling and walking is about to begin the next phase in early summer.
- As warm weather returns and spring flowers pop up, the Queen City’s Dine Out Downtown for 2021 began April 2. But this year, the Friday-Sunday event will also encourage local shopping.
- The story is like a fairy tale. A nonprofit found a caring home. Until it was told to leave in December. Now The Cinderella Project of the Shenandoah Valley is looking for the glass slipper that fits.
- Tony Bennett’s pitch to Indiana transfer Armaan Franklin might come across as a bit unusual – the part, anyway, where he went over film with Franklin showing him the mistakes he made as a sophomore on offense and on defense.
- Significant injury news from Virginia’s spring practice: star wideout Lavel Davis Jr. and Georgia Tech transfer Chico Bennett Jr. both suffered ACL injuries in camp last week are out until at least November.
- Virginia has earned a berth in the 2021 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship, and the 12th-ranked Cavaliers will face SIU-Edwardsville in an opening-round match.
- Coaches were promising Jayden Gardner the world. The rugged 6’8”, 235-pound junior landed at Virginia because Tony Bennett didn’t promise him anything.
- Southern Conference champ VMI, fresh off its win over The Citadel this past weekend, will travel up Interstate 81 to face top-ranked James Madison in the first round of the 2021 FCS playoffs on Saturday.
- Staunton City Council member Brenda Mead joins the show to discuss the move by City Council to end virtual meetings and cut off the ability of citizens to offer comments by phone during live deliberations.
- AFP editor Chris Graham talks with Brian Lemek, the executive director of the progressive gun violence group Brady PAC.
- Get to know Armaan Franklin, one of the top guard prospects from the 2021 NCAA transfer portal, and what led him to decide to commit to Virginia.
- Jayden Gardner joins "The Jerry Ratcliffe Show" with Chris Graham to talk what ultimately led him to decide that Virginia was where he needs to be.
- Big recruiting news, and the status of Trey Murphy III, then spring football. "The Jerry Ratcliffe Show" with Chris Graham dives deep into a busy UVA sports week.
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- If you are just getting started on woodworking, you shouldn't expect to be the pro overnight. It would be best if you started small learning through the basic steps and tools.
- As more information and options become available, the vegan lifestyle is becoming more and more popular.
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