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Patch has 32 locations in parishes in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC. Here are some of the top posts from the past week.

I-95 Shutdown: All drivers leave the road after more than 20 hours, plowing out

Drivers rationed their gasoline, shared snacks and water, and eventually escaped a 50-mile stretch of Interstate 95 in Virginia that had been paralyzed by a blizzard for more than 20 hours. Senator Tim Kaine, former vice presidential candidate, was one of many Virginians stuck in chaos when vehicles parked in icy lanes.

Snowstorm Leads to Hundreds of Accidents Across Virginia: Police

Virginia State Police had answered more than 2,000 service calls by 3:30 p.m. Monday due to the treacherous conditions on the state’s roads since the first snowstorm of the season.

Emergency status at Inova reactivated due to increasing COVID cases

Inova Health System, a network of hospitals in Northern Virginia, announced that it had reactivated emergency status at 5 p.m. on Monday, January 3, due to rising COVID-19 cases and rising patient numbers.

Bought $ 1M in Belle Haven New Year Millionaire Prize Draw

One lucky person who bought a New Year’s Millionaire raffle in Belle Haven is a $ 1 million winner, according to the Virginia Lottery.

1 million dollar lottery found by UVA student in Christmas stocking

The University of Virginia math major of Oakton found a winning Virginia Lottery ticket in his Christmas stocking, which turned out to be $ 1 million.

Proud boys, VA, DC veterans, accused Capitol Rioters on January 6th

Federal prosecutors have indicted more than 40 people from Virginia and Washington, DC, for their involvement in the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol, a day that supporters of former President Donald Trump hoped to see the results of the 2020 presidential election to tilt choice.

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