By Tom Graham
Charlottesville, VA – The latest unemployment figures now show that the number of people out of work across the Commonwealth has just about doubled over the past year.
WMRA's Tom Graham sat down with University of Virginia Economist William Shobe to get some perspective.
By Martha Woodroof
Harrisonburg, VA – The Wall that Heals is a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial which is often referred to simply as the Wall.
The replica was designed to travel to communities throughout the United States. Last week, it came to Ralph Sampson Park in Harrisonburg.
Martha Woodroof visited and files this report.
By Ellen Adams
Frederick County, VA – Ellen Adams lives on her family's Bicentennial farm in Frederick County.
Richmond, VA – State Lawmakers are due to gather in Richmond next week.
WMRA's Tom Graham sat down with Jeff Schapiro, one of the state capitol's best political reporters, to ask what we should be looking for.
Harrisonburg, VA – The Center for STEM Education and Outreach at James Madison University is stepping up its efforts to promote science education and nurture that spark of curiosity we all possess as children.
WMRA's Tom Graham reports.
By Greg Pollock
Harrisonburg, VA – Greg Pollock lives in Harrisonburg.
Harrisonburg, VA – WMRA's Martha Woodroof tells the story of the Pence Spring Wives.
By Josie Kinkade
Harrisonburg, VA – Josie Kinkade lives in Harrisonburg.
By Peter Solomon
Charlottesville, VA – Matisse, Picasso, Chagall: an extensive collection of European modern art began a two-year tour around Virginia recently.
This exhibition reunites valuable works from a private collection for the first time in sixty years, and they are scheduled to be on display in Charlottesville, Winchester, Abingdon and Richmond.
By Bob Belton
Albemarle, VA – Bob Belton happily drives his 1985 5-speed Honda from Ivy in Western Albemarle.