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COVID Vaccine Update

(Richmond)- State officials say vaccinations continue. According to the Virginia Department of Health, the number of people vaccinated with at least one dose has reached about 354-thousand. That accounts for around 19-thousand doses on average […]

Inmates To Get Incentives For Taking COVID Vaccine

(Richmond)- Inmates in Virginia can earn incentives if they take the coronavirus vaccine. According to the Virginia Department of Corrections, inmates can earn commissary items and telephone credits if they choose to get vaccinated. Officials […]

Scammers In Louisa County

(Louisa)- Authorities in Louisa County are warning residents of phone scammers pretending to be law enforcement. According to the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office, in some instances, the scammers even used names of a deputy or […]



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Town Talk: Spotsylvania County Schools/Dr. Baker

Spotsylvania School Superintendent Dr. Scott Baker on current conditions, year-round school, the upcoming school budget and broadband.          

Town Talk: Elizabeth McNally/Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center

Elizabeth McNally talks about the work of Safe Harbor and how they protect children and better ensure that victims receive counseling and treatment and those responsible are prosecuted.   safeharborva.org

Town Talk: Ann Kloeckner/Legal Aid Works

Legal Aid Works Executive Director Ann Kloeckner talks about the eviction crisis and helps in place for both landlords and tenants.  legalaidworks.org  

Town Talk: Helping the homeless

Continuum of Care Program Director Samantha Shoukas with the George Washington Regional Commission talks about the importance of the Point in Time count, Keys for Christmas, COVID-19 vaccine and the Furniture Bank.  https://www.fredericksburgcoc.org/  

Town Talk: Riverside Center for the Performing Arts/The Schedule

Producing Artistic Director Patrick A’Hearn talks about current conditions and the plan moving forward.  That includes a season of shows starting March 24!  

Central Rappahannock Regional Library Update: Martha Hutzel

Central Rappahannock Regional Library Director Martha Hutzel talks about their decision to close library branches on January 19th and return to pickup service.  

Town Talk: State of Historic Preservation in FXBG

Historic Fredericksburg Foundation President David James and Associate Professor and Chair of the University of Mary Washington Department of Historic Preservation Michael Spencer talk about some of the issues being debated in the city over […]

Town Talk: Special Olympics Virginia

Special Olympics Virginia President Rick Jeffrey, Stafford Sheriff David Decatur and Deputy Samantha Witt preview the virtual 2021 Polar Plunge.     Info here  

Town Talk: Great Lives lecture series at UMW

University of Mary Washington professor Bill Crawley previews the 2021 annual lecture series Great Lives. The biographical approach to history and culture is all virtual this year.      Info on the series:      

Town Talk: Rappahannock Area Health District

Rappahannock Area Health District Incident Commander Joe Saitta and COVID Data Analyst Mashael Mahmud talk about the vaccine and recent number trends in the region.  

Town Talk: Ian Ollis/FAMPO

Getting around.   Fredericksburg Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Administrator Ian Ollis talks about the 2050 Long Range Transportation Plan.  Also, upgrades to VRE and the downtown train station  

Town Talk: Empowerhouse Empty Bowl

Kathy Anderson and Kathy Harrigan preview the Empty Bowl. The annual fundraiser is a drive-thru event on January 31st.  Details at empowerhouseva.org  

Town Talk: Delegate Bobby Orrock (R-54)

Caroline Delegate Bobby Orrock talks about the upcoming virtual House of Delegates session and his concerns about fairness and open government.  

Town Talk: Scott Harris/UMW Museums

University of Mary Washington Museums Executive Director Scott Harris talks about the challenges facing museums in this time of COVID-19.    Virtual events planned in the coming months for Gari Melchers Home and Studio at […]

Town Talk: Spotsylvania Delegate Mark Cole (R-88)

Spotsylvania Delegate Mark Cole is the former chairman of the Privileges and Election Committee.  He talks about reasonable election reforms and why he thinks mail-in voting opens the door the fraud.   Also, governing in a […]