Brittany Morgan, WDBJ7

Brittany Morgan

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Recent:
  • WDBJ7
Past:
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • WHSVnews

Recent articles by Brittany:

Franklin County man gets picture on beer can at Snowshoe brewery

ROCKY MOUNT, Va. (WDBJ) - When Scot Mills became paralyzed from the waist down, he never thought he would get to play his favorite sports again. Now, he is an advocate for adaptive sports across the region, and now, his face will be forever etched in tin. “I was playing on Facebook and I saw that somebody tagged me in a post for the Challenged Athletes of West Virginia,” Mills remembers. “There… → Read More

Bedford County Public Schools still seeking bus drivers, other staff positions

The school system thanks parents who have been flexible as the district works to fill the gaps → Read More

Bedford law enforcement unaffected by temporary jail closure

The building will still be used as a holding center. → Read More

Trash bin distribution complete in Rocky Mount, residents have 90 days to exchange for alternate size

Residents are allowed one cart exchange at no cost. → Read More

Fincastle “Tinsel Trail” continues into January

This is the second year for the event. → Read More

Carilion nurses make Christmas special for family

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) - “My favorite part of my job is knowing that I’m created for it.” Lindsay Young has been a nurse at Carillion for 12 years, and it’s a job she takes to heart. So much so, she and a team of nurses went above and beyond to make Christmas merry and bright. “I think as nurses, we are constantly trying to find a way to serve others, so I wanted to find a way to serve our… → Read More

Churches prepare for return of in-person Christmas Eve services

For many people, it simply isn’t Christmas time until they are able to attend a Christmas church service in person, something that was impossible for many people last year. → Read More

Virginia sees abnormally dry fall, prime conditions for fire

For many areas, this is fall is in the top ten driest on record → Read More

Lowe’s Bedford location donates 1,100 smoke detectors to County Fire Marshal‘s Office

The alarms will be given to members of the community for free → Read More

Bedford County and ISP partners receive over $25 million in VATI grants

The grants will help serve around 12,000 households → Read More

Giles County child kidnapping case heads to grand jury

Grand jury is scheduled for January 11th. → Read More

Construction underway for SML Marina Fire/Rescue station

Groundbreaking happened in January, 2021. → Read More

Nearly 1,000 pounds of venison donated to Roanoke food pantry

The donation is expected to feed hundreds in the community → Read More

Hunters for the Hungry Virginia nears 30 million servings provided in 30-year history

One deer produces about 40 pounds of meat. → Read More

Rosie’s finishes facility expansion, more than doubles in size

VINTON, Va. (WDBJ) - From jackhammers to jackpots, Rosie’s Gaming Emporium in Vinton has more than doubled its games and its space with the completion of a new expansion. The facility has expanded its entertainment in more ways than one. “Our customers, simple supply and demand, wanted more gaming space,” says Ernie Dellaverson, Regional General Manager for Rosie’s Gaming Emporium. “We went from… → Read More

Senator Kaine champions continuation of Child Tax Credit to support workforce

The credits will stop December 15, unless action is taken. → Read More

Senator Warner concerned FEMA may underserve rural communities

Senator Warner says the Hurley community sustained 6 to 7 million dollars in damages from flooding in August → Read More

Appalachian Power auctions off hundreds of acres at Smith Mountain Lake

This is the second time the company has held an auction of this kind → Read More

Shoppers brave cold to continue Black Friday tradition

Despite early sales and online offers, a steady stream of shoppers hit the stores on Black Friday. → Read More

Roanoke Valley COVID numbers increase ahead of holiday

Dr. Morrow expects the numbers to increase in the weeks following Thanksgiving → Read More