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Past articles by Dryden:

BRAFB: 1-in-3 people who rely on the food bank are fully employed

The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank says more people are relying on food pantries as the cost of living increases. → Read More

2022 Virginia ABC liquor sales soar

Liquor sales are up higher this year in Virginia. → Read More

Charlottesville financial advisor gives advice to plan for recession

The U.S. economy has shrunk for two quarters in a row, which is causing some economists to debate whether or not the country is in a recession. → Read More

COVID Vaccine to be updated to target BA.5, UVA Health says current vaccine is still effective

The BA.5 COVID-19 variant is currently the most dominant strain, but UVA Health says the original vaccine is still doing its part in keeping people safe. → Read More

BRHD starts vaccinating against monkeypox

Confirmed cases of monkeypox are rising in Virginia. The Blue Ridge Health District says it is rolling out the vaccine to help stop the spread. → Read More

St. Anne’s-Belfield’s Ava Schetlick representing USA at Women’s Rowing World Championships

One rising senior at St. Anne’s-Belfield is representing the USA in the Women’s Rowing World Championships. → Read More

Spanberger leads legislation that increases funding for veteran suicide prevention

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed legislation led by 7th District Representative Abigail Spanberger to increase federal support for veteran suicide prevention. → Read More

Virginia Public Access Project launches new interactive feature

The Virginia Public Access Project released a new interactive data visualization feature. It allows users to see what percentage of funding candidates throughout Virginia receive from small donors, businesses, and single interest groups. → Read More

WCV reports increase in number of calls about chimney swifts

The Wildlife Center of Virginia says it is getting more calls about a certain type of bird that makes its home around the fireplace. → Read More

Virginia’s gas tax increases July 1

Virginia’s gas tax is increasing by 7% Friday, July 1, bringing it to almost $0.03 per gallon. → Read More

UVA Health warns of mosquito borne illnesses during travel

As Americans travel internationally over the summer they can sometimes bring home an unwanted souvenir. UVA health says the way most Virginians get sick with mosquito borne diseases is from traveling outside the US. → Read More

UVA Health postpones some procedures due to shortage

The COVID-19 lockdown in China is affecting supply chains, including tools for hospitals.UVA Health says it is experiencing a shortage of the imaging tool, IV Contrast. → Read More

Highland’s annual sheep shearing returns

The annual highland sheep shearing is back teaching both children and adults about agriculture. The New Zealand sheep shearing method was used to shear five Highlands sheep to get them ready for summer. → Read More

AARP offering fraud tracking map

AARP has a scam-tracking map that can help protect you from fraud. → Read More

New study offers solutions to unequal participation in classes

A new study from the University of Virginia School of Law finds that men talk more than women in law classes. The study started nine years ago a group of UVA law students told their professors they felt like men were speaking more than the women in class. → Read More

Rep. Spanberger introduces new trucker bill

7th District Representative Abigail Spanberger is introducing a new bill to help fix the shortage of truck drivers in Virginia. → Read More

Martin’s donates 250 hams to Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

Martin’s teamed up with the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank to donate 250 hams Monday, April 4. → Read More

UVA Doctors look ahead to COVID this summer

UVA doctors are discussing what we can expect with COVID cases going into the summer. The UVA Health policy has changed where now doctors can unmask in non-clinical areas of the hospital if they feel comfortable. → Read More

FSBC shooting leaves neighborhood shaken

A shooting early Sunday, March 20, in the Fry’s Spring area has some neighbors shaken. Investigators reportedly found more than 100 shell casings at the Fry’s Spring Beach Club parking lot yesterday. → Read More

Virginia Festival of the Book

The Virginia Festival of the Book is holding events throughout the weekend. A panel on Saturday allowed readers to ask questions and have a discussion with a board of panelists. → Read More