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Wanted: 1,300 Virginia COVID-fighting contact tracers

Wanted: 1,300 Virginia COVID-fighting contact tracers
The Virginia Department of Health says one of the most important ways to fight a greater spread of COVID-19 is ...
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Smith Mountain Lake to rise 3 feet above full pond

Smith Mountain Lake to rise 3 feet above full pond
NEWS RELEASE: ROANOKE, Va., May 21, 2020 – Appalachian Power, operator of the Smith Mountain Project hydroelectric facility in southwest ...
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One new COVID-19 case reported in region in last two days

One new COVID-19 case reported in region in last two days
The Virginia Department of Health’s COVID-19 numbers reported over the past two days show just a single new case in ...
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Republicans are serious about November

Republicans are serious about November
Candidate for U.S. Senate, Daniel Gade, talks about the campaign and Town Hall's that have kept him going leading up ...
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Five hospitalized after Wards Ferry Road collision

Five hospitalized after Wards Ferry Road collision
NEWS RELEASE: LYNCHBURG, Va. - The Lynchburg Police Department is investigating after a crash on Wards Ferry Road this afternoon ...
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New pandemic relief bill passed by House called “liberal wish list...

New pandemic relief bill passed by House called "liberal wish list"
The latest pandemic relief bill that’s heading to the Senate is being called a “grab bag of liberal priorities that ...
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Latest: No new COVID-19 cases reported in Lynchburg region

Latest: No new COVID-19 cases reported in Lynchburg region
According to numbers released this morning by the Virginia Department of Health, there are 763 new coronavirus cases statewide, bringing ...
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Election Day is in the books for City Council

Election Day is in the books for City Council
Chris Faraldi wins the Ward IV seat on Lynchburg City Council.  Chris talks about the victory. Chris Faraldi (WIN) 052020) ...
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One additional COVID-19 case reported in Lynchburg region

One additional COVID-19 case reported in Lynchburg region
The VDH is reporting one additional case in the Lynchburg region, that case was reported in Lynchburg City bringing the ...
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People are getting fed up because we’re not opening up

People are getting fed up because we're not opening up
Brian Kilmeade of the Brian Kilmeade Radio Show and Fox and Friends tackles the "hot topics" of the day. Brian ...
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Longtime Hillcats’ mainstay Ronnie Roberts dead at 70

Longtime Hillcats' mainstay Ronnie Roberts dead at 70
The Lynchburg Hillcats say long-time team mainstay Ronnie Roberts has passed away at age 70. Roberts spent 28 years in ...
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Northam okays phased-in re-opening of Virginia Beach

Northam okays phased-in re-opening of Virginia Beach
Governor Northam said today those thinking about heading to the beach this Memorial Day weekend can do it in the ...
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Almost a full year later, Chad Austin’s remains found in Amherst Coun...

Almost a full year later, Chad Austin's remains found in Amherst County
Skeletal remains discovered in Amherst County have been confirmed as those of Chad Austin, the Buena Vista man last seen ...
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Venue Cinemas to show movies outdoors, starting with Wizard of Oz

Venue Cinemas to show movies outdoors, starting with Wizard of Oz
Venue Cinemas in Lynchburg plans to start showing movies again soon -- in their parking lot. First up: The Wizard ...
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Overturned truck blocks Thomas Jefferson Road

Overturned truck blocks Thomas Jefferson Road
The Forest Volunteer Fire Department reports an overturned truck is blocking Thomas Jefferson Road between Waterlick and Everett Roads. A ...
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Virginia’s COVIDs surpass 31,000 – local cases under 200

Virginia's COVIDs surpass 31,000 - local cases under 200
According to the latest numbers from the VDH, there are 752 new coronavirus cases bringing the statewide total to 31,140 ...
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Virginians were still spending in April — but differently

Virginians were still spending in April -- but differently
State finance officials say with many Virginia businesses now open again, we should soon get a clearer picture of how ...
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Some seniors visit UVa despite no in-person ceremony

Some seniors visit UVa despite no in-person ceremony
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The coronavirus pandemic may have delayed the in-person graduating ceremonies at the University of Virginia, but ...
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Lynchburg nurse takes to the seas to lend hand in New York

Lynchburg nurse takes to the seas to lend hand in New York
NEW YORK (AP) — A nurse from Virginia took a unique path to travel to New York to help out ...
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Journalists will not be prosecuted for Liberty trespass

Journalists will not be prosecuted for Liberty trespass
Lynchburg Commonwealth's Attorney Bethany Harrison has determined there were sufficient legal grounds to pursue trespassing charges against two journalists who ...
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