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What's News Today, Wednesday, May 14, 2014

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President Barack Obama will focus on the state of America's bridges and roads when he delivers remarks from an aging bridge in upstate New York. This comes as the deadline nears for a funding gap on infrastructure projects around the country.

A ceremony will be held today at the September 11 Memorial & Museum. It opens to the public on the 21st but for the next six days, it will be open around the clock for the people directly affected by September 11th attacks.

God's Pit Crew is teaming up with Feed the Children to deliver a tractor trailer full of food and supplies to 800 families in the Danville area today. Each family will receive a 25 pound box of food and a 10 pound box of personal items. It will be distributed at 9 a.m. at Former Auto Dealer on Memorial Drive. (Correction: This is happening Thursday, May 15.)

Crazy Horse Marina at Smith Mountain Lake will have its grand reopening and ribbon. Activities Running from 11:30am - 1:00pm will include the showing of refurbished boat slips, launch ramp, beach and fuel dock.

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