TIps for caregivers during severe weather

Annette Clark provides tips during severe weather for caregivers who help individuals with dementia and Alzheimer's. Some tips for caregivers include: Check weather conditions regularly; make sure your loved one is bundled up and prepared for winter weather; Avoid slips and falls by assuming all surfaces are slick; make daylight "last longer," turn on indoor lights earlier and open curtains; prevent wandering and ask for help with snow/ice removal. VIsit ALZ.org for more information.

New bus station plans moving forward

Plans to build a new bus station in downtown Roanoke are moving forward.

Feeding America SWVA helps TSA workers

Feeding America Southwest Virginia joined in on the efforts to help those affected by the shutdown.

LSC Communications closing in Lynchburg

More than 300 employees in Lynchburg found out today that they will be out of jobs in six months.

Students helping to secure funding for a new school

Halifax County is getting a new high school! But before that can happen, the county needs to secure funding and to do that they need the state's help.

Students help secure funding for new school

Halifax County is getting a new high school! But before that can happen, the county needs to secure funding and to do that they need the state's help.

 

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