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If you're looking for a free way to get around the Valley on Wednesday, BRITE Bus will be offering free rides on several routes from... [Read More]
Our own Chief Meteorologist Aubrey Urbanowicz takes a look at the damage caused by the floods... [Read More]
He is on the road now campaigning for fellow Democrats... [Read More]
Our own Autumn Childress spoke to a homeowner in Criders about the floodwater... [Read More]
Amanda Miller has lived along the German River for years, but this year, that river has caused major problems for her property. [Read More]
As North Carolina recovers after Hurricane Florence left a path of destruction, one person in the Valley is doing everything she can to help out... [Read More]
After the North River flooded on Monday, there was a feeling of relief around Bridgewater on Tuesday as flood waters begin to recede. [Read More]
Now that water levels are going down, we're starting to see some of the damage across the county. [Read More]
The Churchville Volunteer Fire Department says they've had about a dozen calls from people with flooding in their homes. [Read More]
The need for assistance will likely grow to new levels, putting bigger demands on the agencies offering life-saving help now. [Read More]
The tornado had wind speeds up to 125 mph... [Read More]
The Frontier Culture Museum hosted the event... [Read More]
Stover Shop Road is currently closed for repair... [Read More]
Some items needed include leashes, crates and food... [Read More]
The Churchville Fire Department has received a dozen calls to pump water out of people's cellars... [Read More]
Our own Bob Corso sits down to discuss the American-Chinese trade war with Dr. Barkley Rosser, professor of economics at JMU... [Read More]
Seventy-nine people from more than 30 countries were sworn in as United States citizens on Tuesday during a ceremony at the Frontier Culture Museum. [Read More]
A 63-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to possessing the poison ricin in Virginia. [Read More]