Tropical storm Zeta blew through the Roanoke Valley in just a few hours, but drivers certainly felt its impact. Several crashes were reported throughout the region thanks to rain, slick roadways, and low visibility.
The Crozet Library is asking to display your carved pumpkins this year. Pumpkins will be presented on Friday October 30th from 6pm-8pm at the front entrance of the Crozet Library lit up for all to drive by and see.
At a time when reliable internet is so important for virtual school and remote work, “That’s just how life is. We’re going to try to do the most good for the most people with the least money," said Bucky Walsh, a member of ABBA.
With the remnants of Zeta on its way to the area late Wednesday night and into Thursday morning, some business owners are on edge on the chance of several inches of rain after the two flash floods in August.
This October would have been Zeus Digital Theaters in Waynesboro’s 10th anniversary of showing films in the Shenandoah Valley. Rather than a large celebration for the community, the owner says he’s just trying to get moviegoers to come back to the theater.
Four cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Green County Public Schools. Three staff members at Ruckersville Elementary School and one staff member of William Monroe Middle School have tested positive.