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Hiking restrictions to lift on Appalachian Trail Wednesday morning; fire 90% contained, NPS says

The 19.8-mile section of the Appalachian Trail that was closed by the Catawba Valley Fire will reopen tomorrow morning, May 2, at 8:00 a.m., according to a National Park Service news release issued shortly after 6 p.m. May 1.

Hikers need to know about fire in Appalachian Trail area near Roanoke; shuttles available

Shuttles for Appalachian Trail hikers are in place to transport hikers from the 311 Gap to the Daleville 220 Park and Ride. A 19.8-mile stretch of the A.T. remains closed. State Route 311 to State Route 220 including the service road to McAffe Knob also remains closed. Firefighters have dealt with numerous downed trees.

Gov. Northam to visit Potomac Nationals May 26 and eight other teams during “Summer of Baseball”

Gov. Northam has scheduled visits to each of the Commonwealth’s nine minor league team stadiums to tout the importance of baseball in Virginia communities.

Annual Old Dominion One Shot Turkey Hunt April 20-21

Hunters and outdoor enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 4th Annual Old Dominion One Shot Turkey Hunt, scheduled for April 20-21. The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) and the Wildlife Foundation of Virginia (WFV) are coordinating this annual event.

Out of state winners in Maryland bear and migratory game bird stamp contests

Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that a Delaware resident won the 2018 Maryland Black Bear Conservation Stamp Design Contest, while the award for top Migratory Game Bird Stamp Design went to a resident of Des Moines, Iowa.

Maryland seeking to reduce minimum size of striped bass in time for summer fishing season

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reports that it is moving forward with emergency regulations that will reduce the minimum size of striped bass for charter boat and recreational anglers in the summer and fall fishery in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries from 20 to 19 inches.
Today's Obituaries

John Cartwright, former city manager of Manassas, dies in Michigan

When John Cartwright arrived in Manassas in 1986, it was the fastest growing city in the commonwealth. In 1999, after managing cities for more than 40 years in five states, Cartwright and his wife C.J. retired back to Traverse City, Michigan to their dream house on Long Lake.

Richard Lee Profitt, Prince William County Schools employee

Funeral services for Mr. Richard Profitt will be held at Manassas St. Thomas United Methodist Church, 8899 Sudley Rd. Manassas VA , 20110, on Saturday, February 10, 2018, at 11 a.m.

Arthur Reed Jr., security assistant at Stonewall Jackson High School; husband, father, friend

A funeral service for Arthur Reed Jr., security assistant at Stonewall Jackson High School, who passed away at his home on January 25, will be held on Thursday, Feb. 1 at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, in Dumfries, with interment at Quantico National Cemetery. Since 2014, Mr. Reed has been a part of the Stonewall Jackson High School family and positively impacted the lives of many students and staff members.
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