Tag: Central Virginia
Central Virginia is expected to receive a light snow overnight, and VDOT advises motorists to be careful.
Meteorologists have increased projected snowfall totals for Central Virginia, with some areas expected to see as much as a foot of snow.
FeedMore recently held the first Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) distribution in the state of Virginia.
Over the past week, I had the opportunity to meet with our local first responders throughout Central and Southside Virginia.
Warmer weather has ushered in pavement improvement season, which extends from spring to November.
Eleven law enforcement agencies in Virginia will implement or expand their use of Lethality Assessment Protocol.
Virginia Organizing leaders are working with several Central Virginia hospitals to improve services for the deaf community.
Devils Backbone Brewing Company introduces Cran-Gose, a tart cranberry ale (4% ABV) that launches the 2016 Daypack Series.
U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner will kick off five days of travel throughout the Commonwealth for a series of meetings and discussions.
Motorists are likely to face slick road conditions in Central Virginia as tonight’s rain turns to snow early Tuesday morning.
VDOT crews will be on duty to watch for refreezing of melted snow and slush, and treat roads with salt and sand as needed.
Virginia Department of Transportation crews will continue snow-removal operations overnight Tuesday and Wednesday morning.
Virginia Department of Transportation crews anticipate completing at least one pass through all secondary roads in the Culpeper District sometime Monday evening.
The Virginia Department of Transportation remains fully engaged in snow removal operations in Central Virginia.
Virginia Department of Transportation crews, assisted by contract equipment and operators, are continuing to plow secondary roads across Central Virginia.
Crews with VDOT have worked steadily overnight to remove up to 30 inches of snow from the interstates and primary highways of Central Virginia.
Heavy snow is falling across central Virginia and highways throughout the region are snow covered and slippery.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia beginning at 8 a.m. Friday.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia with a possibly historic snowstorm headed our way on Friday.
Central Virginia is in line to get up to a foot of snow Thursday night into Saturday, potentially impacting #13 UVA’s noon Saturday tip with Syracuse.