- A new report shows more than half a million babies are born prematurely each year. Not only is this difficult for the babies and their families, it's becoming quite expensive to keep these fragile babies alive.
- Wednesday night there were a number of areas without power, and tree limbs scattered in local roadways. Near Zion Crossroads one family had more to worry about that just their power being out.
- Nearly 100 visitors had a special tour of Gordonsville on foot. As part of the annual Living Towns Workshop visitors from small towns all over Virginia walked along Main Street to see the history of the town.
- Summer is the season for county fairs, and the Madison County Fair opened Tuesday. From carnival rides to funnel cakes and agricultural shows, there are plenty of attractions to please everyone.
- The Salvation Army kicked off its annual Back to School Supplies Drive on Monday. Along with local businesses and sponsors, the fundraiser hopes to collect more supplies this year than in the past.
- Tourette's Syndrome is a neurological disorder that affects at least 100,000 Americans, many of them children. One local child with Tourette's has managed to overcome the odds and achieve great things.