Crash in Campbell County on US-460 Business cleared
Published: December 14, 2020, 6:55 am Updated: December 14, 2020, 8:35 amCAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. – UPDATEThis crash has been cleared. ORIGINAL STORYA crash in Campbell County is causing delays on US-460 Business, according to VDOT. Authorities say the accident happened near Brookville High School around 6:30 a.m. According to VDOT, lane closures exist but officials did not provide any further information. Stay with 10 News as this breaking news develops.
One person at Brookville High School tests positive for COVID-19
One person at Brookville High School has tested positive for coronavirus, according to Campbell County school officials. Below is the full release:"On 13 November, 2020, CCPS was made aware of a COVID-19 positive individual at Brookville High School. The COVID positive individual has been informed to isolate and any associated close contacts have been informed to begin their quarantine period. Campbell County Schools will continue to implement strategies to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. Denton Sisk, Director of Operations at Campbell County SchoolsTo see a full list of coronavirus cases in local K-12 schools, click here.
Person at Brookville High School tests positive for COVID-19
CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. – Officials say that one person at Brookville High School has tested positive for coronavirus. According to a release sent out to families on Oct. 30, the person has been told to isolate and anyone considered a close contact has been told to start quarantining. Read below for the full statement:
Person at Brookville High School tests positive for coronavirus
CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. – One person at Brookville High School in Campbell County has tested positive for coronavirus. According to a release from school officials on Tuesday, the person is isolating and anyone who was in close contact with the person has been told to quarantine. Officials say the district will “continue to implement strategies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.”To see a full list of coronavirus cases in local K-12 schools, click here.
Severe storms flip bleachers, crash through power lines and damage homes in central Virginia
CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. Some people in central Virginia were still without power Tuesday evening after severe storms overnight. While there were claims on social media that a tornado moved through the area, Your Local Weather Authority confirms that it wasnt a tornado, but rather, severe storms bringing heavy rain and strong winds. A 10 News crew saw trees snapped and uprooted, and one that fell on someones home and destroyed their office. Roads were still blocked off Tuesday afternoon because of downed power lines and some traffic signals were out. We could have had ambulances out here instead of nice folks with chainsaws, said Joseph Cochran, who was cleaning up storm damage on Tuesday.
Brookville High graduate’s speech video captures Senator Tim Kaine’s attention
CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. – A local high school graduate is getting special recognition from U.S. Senator Tim Kaine. “Roughly 12 years ago this time we were finishing up Kindergarten,” Maggie Mace said in her three minute graduation video. Mace is a 2020 Brookville High School graduate who sent in a video for Tim Kaine’s “Everybody’s the Graduation Speaker” contest. Click here to watch Mace’s entire three-minute graduation video.
Where are they now? Jordan Dail on her college journey
ROANOKE, Va. Jordan Dail was a two-time VHSL pitcher of the year who racked up over 1,000 strikeouts during her time at Brookville High School. Her college journey started at Virginia Tech, where she spent her freshman campaign. Dail had a great season but decided to transfer. Dail started six games before the 2020 season was cut short, going 5-1 with 47 strikeouts. I want to be remembered as a great teammate and remembered as that kid who was gritty and always fought through things, Dail said.