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Metro Considering Closing Stations

(DC)- The economic downfall of the COVID-19 pandemic could have a major impact on transportation in Northern Virginia and DC. Metro says they might be forced to close more than 20 stations next year if […]

Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom Set

(DC)- Peak bloom for the cherry blossoms is expected between April 2nd-and-5th. The National Park Service says that the date could possibly change depending on the weather. Tourists are being encouraged to view the event […]

Vaccine Update

(Richmond)-  The number of Virginians vaccinated against COVID-19 continues to rise. As of yesterday, one-point-nine-million total doses have been administered. That number includes more than 686-thousand residents that are fully vaccinated. At least 15-percent of […]

King’s Dominion Hiring

(Doswell)- King’s Dominion is preparing to hire thousands of people for the 2021 season. King’s Dominion says they will hire more than two-thousand people to fill positions in merchandise, guest services and more. Several full-time […]

Prince William County Expands Hybrid Learning

(Woodbridge)- More students will return to school in Prince William County. Starting today, seventh, eighth, and tenth-through-twelfth graders will start hybrid learning. They will join other elementary and middle schoolers that returned last week. Several […]

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Town Talk: Ann Kloeckner/Legal Aid Works

Legal Aid Works Executive Director Ann Kloeckner talks about how COVID has impacted the legal system and General Assembly legislation impacting housing laws.    Legal Aid Works info here  

Town Talk: Habitat for Humanity of Caroline County

Jason Tickle and Stephanie Ball with an update on the USDA Self-Help program. (Joined by State Director Jeanie Barbrow) Updates on current and future build and the need for churches to volunteer with the 12 […]

Town Talk: Fredericksburg Area Museum

Sara Poore and Vicki Sowers with the Fredericksburg Area Museum talk about how museum’s have been impacted by COVID and what you’ll see in the coming days with FAM.  We talk about a baseball history […]

Town Talk: Andie McConnell/Fairy Godmother Project

The Fairy Godmother Project’s Andie McConnell talks about reaching out and helping families impacted by pediatric cancer.  There are volunteer opportunities and ways you can financially assist.

Town Talk: FARC & Arsenal Events

Kristen Loescher with Arsenal Event and Brian Pessalano with the Fredericksburg Area Running Club talk about running events in a pandemic and what’s ahead this year.  

Town Talk: Janel Donohue/Rappahannock United Way

Rappahannock United Way’s Janel Donohue talks about Mission Independence for teens–now is the time to sign up, free tax help and the Women United Reset program on Saturday.  

Kelly Hannon/VDOT Friday afternoon

VDOT’s Kelly Hannon says crews are clearing and putting sand down on neighborhood streets.  There’s concern overnight of refreezing.  

Kelly Hannon/VDOT Friday morning update

Main roads are mostly clear this morning.  But because of the temperatures and a little precipitation, it’s icy.  

Darragh Frye/VDOT roads update

Darragh Frye with the VDOT Fredericksburg District says most roads are snow and sleet covered.  No changes expected until tomorrow.  

Kelly Hannon/VDOT Thursday update

VDOT’s Kelly Hannon talks about road plans in the day ahead.   Roads are expected to be slick with a mix of snow and sleet falling much of the day.  

Town Talk: Samantha Shoukas/Continuum of Care

Samantha Shoukas talks about the Point in Time count, finding a home for one of the most chronically homeless persons in the area and how to access homeless services.  

Kelly Hannon/VDOT prepares for possible ice storm

VDOT’s Kelly Hannon says main roads are being pre-treated on Wednesday. VDOT crews getting ready to mobilize.  

Town Talk: Mental Health America of Fredericksburg

Jordan Alpert and Diana Flett talk about the work of Mental Health America of Fredericksburg in these COVID times.   We talk about changes and the way forward.  

Town Talk: Anne Little/Virginia Bluebird Society

Anne Little talks about the formation of the Virginia Bluebird Society and the volunteer opportunities in this area.  It’s the 25th anniversary.  We talk about the increase in bluebirds locally and in Virginia, trails, monitoring […]

Kelly Hannon/VDOT-It’s now ice

VDOT’s Kelly Hannon talks about the Ice Storm Warning.  VDOT is treating roads. We all need to treat conditions today seriously.