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What's News Today, Friday, September 27, 2013

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The Washington Navy Yard is trying to restore itself to some sense of normalcy today. Vice Admiral William French will hold a roundtable to discuss the services provided to employees and family members since the shooting earlier this month.

The Duck Dynasty sensation is heading to Lynchburg this morning. Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson and star of the A&E show will speak at Liberty University's convocation at 10:00.

Peaks of Otter Lodge and National Park Service will celebrate the lodge's grand opening this past summer with recognition from Governor Bob McDonnell. The ceremony will be at 12:30.

The United Way of Henry County and Martinsville is kicking off its 2013 campaign with a Day of Action. You can find a list of ways to volunteer on projects going on today on our website, wsls.com.

There will be a groundbreaking for Highlands at Huckleberry Ridge apartment complex in Blacksburg at noon today.

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