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Riverwalk Trail covered by high waters, Danville residents fear its damage

Danville, especially the Riverwalk Trail, is covered by high waters and many people who stopped alongside to click pictures are worried about the possible damage the trail might see.

Numerous spots along Danville's Riverwalk Trail are submerged. Bounty on the Southside needed to get a glimpse. Long-term neighbour Ray Lawton was left confused taking a gander at the rushing waters. He and his significant other Patricia, stroll along the path frequently. Presently, they watch the waves behind the alert tape.

Virginia and Onsbey Presley likewise utilize the path now and again. They visit from Henry County to ride, on the weekends. They dread flooding could adversely affect the course.

Many people state this is the most exceedingly terrible flooding they've seen in Danville. While some despise it, not every person does.

Paul Hill says he fishes very frequently, and these conditions are the best time to get a fish. Slope says he's not stressed over Danville's future after the storm.

ABC 13 connected with the Department of Public Works about the harm they could see along the River Walk. Authorities there state it's too soon to tell, yet the division doesn't hope to see a lot.

Chief Rick Drazenovich says the greatest issue with flooding in February was the measure of sediment that harmed the path and said he doesn't see quite a bit of that with this flood.

Crews intend to investigate on Tuesday.


Local officials ready to reopen beaches from Friday

The beaches are almost ready for its reopening after lockdown.

Beaches in resort city will welcome visitors from Friday, as the beaches had remained closed for around two months for anything except exercising and fishing.

New signs are installed, which will remind people about social distancing and other safe practices.

The sand may be soggy, but the boardwalk is bright, and a breeze of summer is in the air.

Drew Lankford, the spokesman for the Public Works Department, said it’s a big day.

“It’s also different than what we’ve done in the past,” he said.

Visitors will sign to remind them of restrictions.

“People got to realize it’s not going to be business as usual but that doesn’t mean you can’t still go down there and enjoy yourself,” Lankford said.

The city is also preparing for the Memorial Day weekend apart from clean teams and beach ambassadors.

“We’re putting in some extra crews. We’re extending hours to have crews down there cleaning up. We’re putting extra trash cans on the beach,” Lankford said.

Lankford also said that the city is ready for Floatopia, the infamous event which made it to national news after people left the shore littered.

“Just in case, we’ve gone and made plans to have extra trash cans, crews down there checking on things, some dumpsters,” Lankford said.


Armed person threatening self-harm, arrested on Centerville Turnpike in Virginia Beach

According to the police, they reacted to the 1700 block of Centerville Turnpike in Virginia Beach for an armed person who was threatening to harm himself. The authorities informed that the man was arrested around 9:40 pm on Thursday and had first notified the public around 7:30 pm.


Virginia Beach Lifeguards are bringing additional resources to handle their part for the reopening on Memorial Day Weekend

As the City of Virginia Beach gets ready to revive seashores this Friday, the lifeguards who watch those seashores are prepared for the guests to return.

Lifeguards came back to their stands in Virginia Beach this year a weekend ago. They came equipped with additional gear to ensure themselves as well as other people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Besides the typical red medical aid pack every lifeguard customarily carries, they're present including a blue pack loaded up with covers, sanitizer and soap.

Tom Gill, who is with the Virginia Beach Lifesaving Service said there's additionally sanitizer in all the ATVs, so once more, whenever anyone has that interaction, for instance, a float was utilized in a salvage, it will get splashed down.

Gill says the lifeguards will adhere to their obligation of watching the water for troubled swimmers. Upholding social separating rules on the seashore will be left to the new seashore diplomats the city made for that particular reason. Gill appreciates their effort of bringing extra resources to handle their side of things.


Stay-at-home directives not followed: crowds drawn towards the closed Virginia Beach Oceanfront

The Virginia Beach was crowded due to the warm weather, although it is considered closed according to the stay-at-home directives.

The Virginian Pilot reported that tents, beach blankets and umbrellas were setups near the water; families got snow cones, bought hermit crabs and cramped gift stores while bikers were also seen on the boardwalk.

As per the Gov. Ralph Northam’s first phase reopening plan, indoor gyms remain closed; beaches are off-limits, retail stores opened with limited capacity and restaurants are not permitted to provide indoor dine-in services. Northern Virginia, Richmond and Accomack County were granted two-week delay after the local officials remarked that it was very early to take a step forward, and no restrictions have been lifted in these places.

Newspaper reports reveal that people maintained distance and beach did not appear congested; the majority of the people on boardwalk wore masks. Kyla Thomas and his co-workers wore masks and gloves; they were distributing scones at an oceanfront concession stand. They revealed that it seemed to them as the beginning of summer and they were shocked to see the enormous crowd.

Northam not long ago said he put together his choice to revive concerning positive trends in crucial measurements identified with the infection’s spread, similar to emergency clinic preparation and testing limit. He repeatedly focused on the procedure being moderate.

Beauty parlours and hair salons will operate according to appointments and will have the option to work just if both the workers and customers put on masks. Entertainment venues, similar to amusement parks and bowling alleys, will remain shut.


Coronavirus Virginia Beach allowed to reopen for recreational activities on Friday, Northam says

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam gestures during a news conference at the Capitol Monday, May 4, 2020, in Richmond, Va. Northam announced a phase one opening of the state beginning May 15.

Social distancing and other measures must be obeyed, otherwise, Northam says he will close the beach for access again.

17 people are talking about this Activities not allowed at Virginia Beach during Phase One include, group sports, speakers, alcohol, tents and groupings of umbrellas, fishing on sandy beaches in the Resort area. Parking will also be limited to 50 per cent capacity.

All other beachfront areas will remain closed to recreational activities until Phase Two. Fishing and exercise are still allowed.

The governor allowed some nonessential businesses to reopen Friday in most of the state. However, Northern Virginia, Richmond and Accomack County were all granted two-week delays.

There are still severe restrictions in place during phase one. Keep scrolling for a full breakdown.

Some retail businesses will reopen with limited capacity, but indoor gyms would remain closed, beaches would remain closed to sunbathers and restaurants would still be prohibited from indoor dine-in service.


"Pack the bus" helps Food Banks: Lifehouse joins Donatos' pizza, donations recieved over 3500 pounds

Currently, the entire country is facing tremendous difficulty, and a considerable number of people are relying on the food banks for assistance. In these tough times, Virginia Beach church Lifehouse has volunteered to help. The lead pastor Brandon Shank shared his thoughts saying that there is a vast population that is scared, raising families and children are not in school. Thus they are trying to discover different ways to render help. Lifehouse joined hands with Donatos' pizza to be a part of the donation event- "pack the bus".

This donation event is a massive food drive that is immensely helping the Food Bank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore. Lifehouse members are collecting Donations, and the lead pastor Shank informs that they are going to drive the bus and give away all the donations to the Food Bank. Also, they are giving away individual pizzas for each contribution. These donations also include baby formula and diapers. Shank also told that there is more need than the available resources and hence donations are required desperately. He thinks that this will be a great turnout and the Food Bank will also be able to provide food to a lot more number of people.

According to the 3:00 pm Saturday reports, this event has successfully collected donations over 3,500 pounds out of which, 2,265 meals were given away through the monetary contributions received, and they have served more than 200 pizzas.


Governor's Phase One reopening plan excludes congregation in the Virginia Beach

With the effect of the governor’s phase one plan, one area will remain closed. The temperature expected to hit 80 degrees might move many individuals towards the beach-side to in the appreciable climate. Bobby Dyer, the Virginia Beach Mayor, informs exclusion of Oceanfront and bayside beaches from the governor’s phase one reopening plan. He stated the importance of “no congregation” and disinfection at the beach, helping in the prevention of the spread of coronavirus and that with the governor’s order still in effect, only “exercising and fishing” is permitted at the beaches. The Mayor expressed his comprehension towards the people and his realization that people have cooped up for a long while and at the same time asked for patience for a little more extended period. He asked to keep faith in staff working diligently with the governor’s office to come up with the relaxation of rules that would permit everybody a few and capacity to utilize the seashores securely. Sanity, as well as representatives ensuring social distancing, would be included as possible solutions considered by Dyer’s team. The city said in a discharge on its website: it urges individuals to get outside and be dynamic, yet to abstain from wandering on the seashore and footpath.


Virginia DMV opening by appointment only on May 18

The plan announced on Wednesday begins next Monday, May 18, and involves opening up 11 DMV centres in seven of Virginia's eight regions.

With Northern Virginia facing a 2-week delayed start to Phase 1, no locations in that region will reopen yet.

The 11 customer service centres that will open on Monday will run on temporary, extended hours, by appointment only, only for services that require going to the DMV person, including getting an original driver's license or registration vital records and getting disabled parking permits.

According to the Virginia DMV, the reopening plan will balance "the need to protect the health and well-being of customers and employees by enacting social distancing protocols recommended by the CDC and Virginia Department of Health.

Starting immediately, Virginians can schedule appointments at one of the 11 offices for May 18.

A complete list of the limited services the DMV will offer is available at that webpage as well.

Transactions they'll be handling include:

• Original driver’s licenses and identification cards

• Original titles

• Original vehicle registrations

• Disabled parking permits

• Vital records.

If any transaction can be conducted online or by mail, the DMV says customers need to use that method.


Virginia beach-Shane collin's accident

Shane Collin, a 27-year-old young man, works at a local restaurant. He has a mother to be taken care of named Lisa Sinatra.

One night when Collin was turning from the Diamond Springs and onto the shore drive. He met with an accident. He was hit by a truck. There was a passer-by named Gary, who had called Lisa to inform that her son has met with an accident.

Shane was hospitalised and was saved. He was kept in the INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. GoFundMe page was acknowledged to gain funds to clear the medical bills.

Lisa Sinatra said that she was very fortunate that his son was saved. She also mentioned that the truck driver would be a monster to hit a human and ran away without helping him and also quotes that she would never do that to an animal as well.

The case has been transferred to the detective to rectify the culprit.


Virginia Beach Firearms Violation

On the evening of May 11, 2020(Monday), a firearms violation scene took place on Crystal Lake Drive. The Virginia Beach police tweeted around 7 p.m. on the same day stating: “There was property damage to a vehicle but no injuries were reported.” Post the incident, massive police presence was reported in the area by WAVY NEWS 10’s reporter Andy Fox. On talking to the family member of the alleged person involved in the firearms violation, he was told that there was one man in the house who was “dealing with issues” and allegedly he shot at a vehicle that was going to be repossessed. There was no one else in the house except him. According to family members of the man involved, he was under stress due to financial issues that resulted due to COVID-19. Police confirmed the incident on Tuesday stating they responded to a report of firearm violation at 7:10 p.m. in the 1200 block of Crystal Lake Drive. According to police spokeswoman Linda Kuehn “One vehicle sustained damage, no person was shot at and it was never a barricade situation.” A person was taken into custody and charged with reckless handling of firearm. Police hasn’t been able to identify the man yet.


To raise assets amid a pandemic, Virginia Beach equine treatment community holds 'Virtual Move-A-Thon'

The most mainstream city in Virginia- VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Known as "America's Region", which likewise incorporates Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, and so forth.

Maintaining VIRGINIA BEACH as an attractive spot by representatives and authorities meanwhile Coming up with their golden heart is intently observing the most recent conditions and creating plans to address the developing circumstance with Coronavirus. The Virginia Beach Department of Public Health (VBDPH) is the lead office and is working with and following direction from the Virginia Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and WHO.

Extending the good work for a good cause- A neighbourhood equine treatment community held a socially-separated wellness pledge drive to help its homestead and the handicapped youngsters, grown-ups, and military assistance individuals that rely upon it.

They came up with the idea of bringing up their voice through Equi-Kids, one of the biggest authorize equine riding programs in the nation, moved its yearly 5K Dog and Pony Run online due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Virtual Move-A-Thon, which started Friday and will proceed through Monday, requests that supporters walk, run, move, lift loads, hop rope or play out some other physical action on the side of the program.

Select families are doing live-streamed difficulties to fund-raise for the homestead, and anybody taking an interest is approached to utilize the hashtag #MoveForEQUIKIDS.

Assets will go towards keeping the ranch's ponies sheltered and sound, and ensuring the program will have the option to keep running, as Equi-Kids is completely subsidized by private gifts.


Lifehouse Virginia Beach organizing an event to help local foodbank

Lifehouse Virginia Beach, in collaboration with Donatos Pizza are organizing a “Pack the LHVB Bus” event on Saturday, May 9, which intends to provide help to the Foodbank Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore.

The church is inviting the entire Virginia Beach community to be a part of this event.

Donations will be accepted between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. All the volunteers will be given gloves and PPE for the event.

According to Lifehouse Virginia Beach, the main aim of the event to help foodbanks refill the stocks which were depleted due to Coronavirus pandemic needs.

Every bag of non-perishable food donations will be encouraged by a slice of one-topping pizza and coupons for future visits.

All donations will be taken to the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore immediately after the event gets over.

For more information on the event or to register as a volunteer, visit the link:



Help ViBe Creative district to encourage local artist with your donations

This pandemic had hit hard many artists and cultural organizations, and they are all working with each other to lessen the impact of COVID-19 on their careers.

The executive director of Virginia Beach's ViBe Creative District, Kate Pittman, these conditions had forced artists to bring out the best in them.

"As a community and a group of young entrepreneurs that are working hard and reinventing themselves on an almost weekly basis anyway, this crisis has certainly brought on a new wave of creativity," Pittman said.

Pittman oversees a nonprofit organization or a hub for artistic industries in the Resort Area. They work about 100 other organizations to cultivate and protect the local creativity.

Many businesses and restaurants have to remain closed due to closures and stay-at-home orders, and they are only offering curbside pickup and delivery.

"These are people that are trying to feed their families and put food on the table, and also continue to grow their business in a desperate time," Pittman explained.

To keep the community in touch with artists and cultural places, ViBe had found new ways such as a virtual or walking tour of the district, a virtual tour of the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art(MOCA), and much more.

Vibrant cultural arts area is getting donations from the local community, which is helping the artist to sustain in these hard times.

For more information about ViBe Creative District, visit:



Virginia beaches to reopen soon to the public

Since most of the local cases which are about 400 in number are present out of Virginia Beach

the city is planning on reopening beach and tourist spots to the public.

Virginia Beach city council members participated in a virtual meeting on Tuesday and received

COVID-19 status from Virginia Beach Health Department as well as Virginia Beach Emergency


Emergency management director, Erin Sutton, said once businesses will reopen one after the

other in a phase-wise manner and said things will be different than earlier. She stressed that

voting's in June as one of the biggest concerns right now, she said “We have 96 polling

locations in the City of Virginia Beach and that is something we need to work through, Another

one is child care and summer camps.”

Mayor Bobby Dyer said “Hopefully the restaurants can start opening. Hopefully the gyms and

maybe the hair salons and places of worship.”

Dyer said it's important to continue physical and social distancing and formed a committee too

with local businesses owners to draw out the safety measures to be followed to minimise the

risks. “We've got to jumpstart our economy and get it up and going as soon as we get the OK

from the governor,” Dyer explained.

Dyer is planning on reopening beaches by Memorial Day weekend but the decision is still pending

for approval from Governor Ralph Northam, he said, “We will be hiring diplomats that are going

to make sure that people socially distance and we will have people make sure that touchable

areas, guardrails, and things of that nature are disinfected.”


People out on the beach under the orders of stay at home

As the weather was pleasant, people got out of their home beach of Virginia oceanfront, despite the orders of stay at home.

Beach has not yet opened, but the city mayor Bobby Dyer announced that hopefully, the city might open with some safety measures.

People are really excited to go again to the beach and have fun. This proved that a large number of people came out onshore under the sun at the oceanfront.

Governor Ralphs Northern has not yet announced anything about the reopening of the beach. The city mayor said that it is necessary to reopen as it is essential for economic conditions.

The city is going through the plan of reopening. City police addressed people to stay at home until orders are out of reopening.


Everything lost in a house fire

In Virginia Beach, the house caught fire on Friday. Around 7 p.m Virginia beach firefighters come to place to slow down the fire.

The residents who ere in-home escaped but two dogs were inside the house rescued and needed oxygen. The family was expecting twins, and they lost everything in a house fire. All the items they collected for their babies vanished in the fire. Bettes said she is going fund that family by posting GoFundMe and spread to hope. The group is not only funding but gathering physical items for the family. Her half of the garage filled with baby items, and many more will come soon.


Family of three loses everything they own in a fire accident

A family of three who were soon expecting twins had

lost everything in a fire accident, on Friday at 7 pm the firefighters of Virginia Beach responded to a call about a house on fire in Aquarius court. By the time the firefighters reached the site of accident the house was densely filled with smoke and its residents were scattered and their pets needed oxygen once after they were rescued. The family had lost everything that they own due to the accident and now a group of Virginia Beach moms stepped forward to start a fundraiser help them purchase essentials especially with what is going around. Donations are welcomed to help prepare the family for the arrival of the twins.


Two people injured in a double shooting inside a house in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach Police is investigating the case in which double shooting occurred due to a domestic incident early Friday morning. The shooting occurred in the 1700 block of Stone Church Mews at around 7:40 am. Police found two people, a man, and a woman, suffering from gunshot wounds said, officials. Both had life-threatening injuries, and both were immediately taken to the hospital. "It's just unreal. I am completely shocked for our neighbourhood," explained neighbour Heather McCormick. McCormick said she saw many first responders in front of her neighbour’s house during her morning walk. She first thought it was a medical emergency, but she later saw Police putting up crime scene tape.

"There was an ambulance out there, and we did see them taking a woman out this morning on a stretcher," she said. According to officers, Police are not searching for any suspects. Even McCormick does not know much about the family but told that they had two dogs. "Her husband, I don't know him at all, but her, we speak kindly as we walk by. It's just heartbreaking. Just absolutely heartbreaking," McCormick explained. She added “I wish there was more that we knew about them and more than we could have done for them if we knew any of this was going on between them.”

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