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Gleaning for the World

Gleaning for the World
Teresa Davis, the Communications Director with Gleaning for the World who spoke to The Morning Line Friday ...
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Meals on Wheels keeps rolling during this Pandemic

Meals on Wheels keeps rolling during this Pandemic
Kris Shabestar, Executive Director for Meals on Wheels of Greater Lynchburg, shares how they are busier than ever and how ...
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Changes coming to CASA during this battle with the Coronavirus

Changes coming to CASA during this battle with the Coronavirus
Kelli Diaz with CASA of Central Virginia discusses how their April 2nd Information Session will go online. Kelli Diaz CASA ...
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Lung Association on COVID and patients with respiratory issues

Lung Association on COVID and patients with respiratory issues
Coronavirus concerns are especially important for people with underlying health issues – especially for those with pre-existing lung and respiratory ...
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Its Virginia is for Restaurant Lovers Takeout Week today through Sunday

Its Virginia is for Restaurant Lovers Takeout Week today through Sunday
Among the early business casualties of the coronavirus pandemic and crowd size restrictions - dining areas at restaurants that now ...
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COVID-19 Latest: 22 deaths, more than 100 hospitalizations

COVID-19 Latest: 22 deaths, more than 100 hospitalizations
The latest information from the Virginia Department of Health shows more than 9,100 people have been tested in Virginia. Total ...
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Northam: Virginia is short on PPE’s, coronavirus test kits

Northam: Virginia is short on PPE's, coronavirus test kits
Governor Northam today called on the Trump administration to nationalize purchasing of hospital personal protective equipment like hospital masks, gloves ...
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Lynchburg budget public hearing to limit attendance, not public comment

Lynchburg budget public hearing to limit attendance, not public comment
Lynchburg City Council plans to hold its budget public hearing as scheduled next Tuesday, but the procedures will be anything ...
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Centra’s first confirmed COVID-19 patient in critical condition

Centra's first confirmed COVID-19 patient in critical condition
Centra says its first confirmed COVID-19 patient is a man in his early 60’s, and he is in critical condition ...
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Sands: VT student is confirmed coronavirus case

Sands: VT student is confirmed coronavirus case
VIRGINIA TECH PRESIDENT TIMOTHY SANDS LETTER: In recent days, the first confirmed cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Southwest Virginia ...
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VT prof: $2.2 trillion stimulus helps many workers more ways than one

VT prof: $2.2 trillion stimulus helps many workers more ways than one
The House of Representatives is expected to quickly pass the $2.2 trillion dollar stimulus package that won unanimous Senate approval ...
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Jobless claims spike in Virginia after coronavirus outbreak

Jobless claims spike in Virginia after coronavirus outbreak
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A federal report shows jobless claims in Virginia spiked by nearly a factor of 20 as ...
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Lynchburg has first confirmed COVID-19 case, but it is not a new one

Lynchburg has first confirmed COVID-19 case, but it is not a new one
Lynchburg now has a confirmed COVID-19 case – but it is not really a new one. The state health’s department’s ...
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Latest statewide Coronavirus numbers

Latest statewide Coronavirus numbers
The Virginia Department of Health says as of this morning 460 people in Virginia have tested positive for COVID-19 - ...
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Lynchburg man wanted for contempt gets charged with a lot more

Lynchburg man wanted for contempt gets charged with a lot more
NEWS RELEASE: LYNCHBURG, Va. - The Lynchburg Police Department has arrested a man wanted for contempt of court for failure ...
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Patrons warned: Popular Virginia bar sees coronavirus exposure

Patrons warned: Popular Virginia bar sees coronavirus exposure
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Officials in Alexandria are warning patrons at one of the city’s most popular bars about exposure ...
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Why did the Mayor call out the President of Liberty University?

Why did the Mayor call out the President of Liberty University?
Councilman Jeff Helgeson (Ward III ) discusses the Mayor and her comments directed at Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr ...
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Was it a band aid for Capitol Hill?

Was it a band aid for Capitol Hill?
The White House and Senate strike a $2.2 trillion Coronavirus relief bill. Political analyst David Grasso explains the bill. David ...
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Northam orders halt to all elective surgeries and procedures

Northam orders halt to all elective surgeries and procedures
NEWS RELEASE: RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam and State Health Commissioner M. Norman Oliver, MD, MA today directed all hospitals to stop ...
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Northam, Falwell at odds on Liberty’s reopening

Northam, Falwell at odds on Liberty's reopening
Governor Northam is calling on Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. to close the college down until the coronavirus pandemic ...
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