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Outdoor burning law goes into effect


Outdoor burning law goes into effect

Virginia state law is in effect that limits outdoor burning. From Feb. 15 through Apr. 30 outdoor burning is prohibited during daytime hours. Outdoor burning is […]

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Virginia Democrats make push on return to in-person school


Virginia Democrats make push on return to in-person school

By SARAH RANKIN By Associated Press | Published Feb. 16, 2021 7:10 a.m. RICHMOND. Va. (AP) — Virginia House Democrats unveiled legislation Monday that would require […]

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REC: Some outages could linger into Tue. evening


REC: Some outages could linger into Tue. evening

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) continues the work of restoring power to customers. However due to continued breaking of branches and power lines the process is slow […]

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UVA reports the COVID-19 Pandemic has plateaued


UVA reports the COVID-19 Pandemic has plateaued

According to University of Virginia (UVA) COVID-19 model on the Virginia Department of Health’s (VDH) website we are past the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Indications […]

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VSP respond to winter weather mix


VSP respond to winter weather mix

Wet roads became frozen roads in the overnight Virginians are advised to avoid travel as much as possible. Be on guard for slick spots and fallen […]

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VDOT continues to treat roads


VDOT continues to treat roads

Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) crews continue to treat the roads the freezing continues to cause travel conditions to deteriorate. Some safety tips include stay home […]

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Businessman purchases historic Potomac ferry operation


Businessman purchases historic Potomac ferry operation

By Associated Press | Published Feb. 15, 2021 9:00 a.m. LEESBURG, Va. (AP) — A Virginia businessman has reached a deal to purchase a historic cable-drawn […]

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Cancellations and Delays Feb. 15, 2021


Cancellations and Delays Feb. 15, 2021

There are slick spots on the roads and sidewalks. Drive and walk for the conditions. If you can wait for the warmer temperatures to melt it […]

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REC recommends preparation for weather


REC recommends preparation for weather

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) urges you to prepare for the possible accumulation of ice on top of already heavy snow on branches and power lines. An […]

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Clarke County conducts a comprehensive study


Clarke County conducts a comprehensive study

Clarke County Historic Preservation Commission has selected Richard Grubb and Associates of New Jersey to conduct a comprehensive study of the Battle of Berryville. The study […]

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Vaccine preregistration pauses in Virginia with system move


Vaccine preregistration pauses in Virginia with system move

By Associated Press | Published Feb. 13, 2021 9:00 a.m. ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Department of Health began moving all of the local health […]

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VH needs you to know after the first dose


VH needs you to know after the first dose

Valley Health (VH) needs you to know that those who have already received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine don’t need to register for the […]

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