Michael Campbell is a communications professional with a decade of experience in the field, ranging from print journalism, broadcast & digital content production, and public relations. Based in Central Virginia, his time in communications has seen him cover both rural and suburban locales in various settings and capacities, each offering their own unique experience.
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PGCPS Celebrates Opening of Middle Road Elementary School During Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
Walton Elementary Receives $711 Donation As Part of New 7-Eleven Store's Grand Opening
Va. Dept. of Education Data Shows 91 Percent of PGCPS’ Class of 2021 Graduated On Time
Harrison, Walton Elementary Receive Purple Star Designation For Excellence in Supporting Military Families
‘Tree Time’ aims for positive season as COVID-19 impacts operations
'Lead Well Summit' cultivates next wave of Dinwiddie leaders
One year later, recovery, healing continues following Waverly tornado
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Waitlists grow as families request switch to in-person learning in Prince George
Parents were given the option of virtual learning or in-person for the upcoming school year. The district has 10 schools and serves more than 6,000 students.
Now, just a week into the school year, more than 196 students or their parents are deciding virtual learning isn’t working for them.
One of those parents
Virginia Motorsports Park Shooting: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Tornado strikes Virginia town, kills 3, injures 8
Severe storm kills 4 in Virginia, causes power outages in D.C. area
The same storm system pummeled the Washington area during the evening, causing widespread power outages and flooding some roads.