Commonwealth has the lowest seasonally adjusted unemployment rate among Southeast states.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run involving a bicyclist early Tuesday morning near the 1000 block of South High Street.
A portion of Bridge Street will be closed April 18 and 19 for emergency sewer repair work.
Constitution Drive, the main road that loops through Gypsy Hill Park, will be closed to vehicle traffic for a period on April 19 for a Miles for Meals 5K race hosted by Staunton City Schools.
A community in the valley has a lot of questions and growing concerns over what could be a water bottling operation.
Route 971 (Lipscomb Road) in Augusta County is scheduled to be closed to through traffic from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 18, for repairs to a Norfolk-Southern railway crossing.
A fourth-grade student at Crozet Elementary in Albemarle County is using his YouTube channel to raise awareness about autism.
Virginia State Police Trooper C.D. White is investigating a single-vehicle crash in Rockingham County. The crash occurred April 17, 2019, at 6:10 a.m. on Route 259 at 1 mile west of Route 820.
Governor Ralph Northam today announced $2.2 million in Homeless Reduction Grants through the Virginia Housing Trust Fund (VHTF) for 30 projects in Virginia.
The personal injury law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen is seeking community nominations for its 10th annual Allen & Allen Hometown Heroes award.
Commonwealth's attorneys are calling on Governor Ralph Northam to sign a bill that would impose harsher penalties on drug dealers.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a string of commercial burglaries that occurred in Stuarts Draft.
Buckingham County and Staunton are among those getting grant funding to upgrade equipment for their career and technical education programs.
Harrisonburg Police are looking for the driver involved in a hit-and-run that sent a cyclist to the UVA Hospital with serious injuries.
The Youth Philanthropy Council in Staunton handed out $25,000 to nine area nonprofits on Monday.
On Wednesday, April 17, Augusta County leaders will hold a public hearing on the tax rate and next year's proposed budget.
Starting April 15, Staunton residents and property and business owners can rate city services and operations in the 2019 citizen survey. The survey closes on June 15.
The Waynesboro Police Department hopes that new technology will help them crack down on more crime in the city.
A telephone service outage is impacting thousands of people in central Virginia.
The third annual Breaking Bread event will take place in Staunton on Saturday, April 13.
On Friday, an Augusta County judge sentenced a mother and her then-boyfriend to 17 years behind bars for beating her 6-year-old son.
Delegate Ronnie Campbell is running for re-election to represent Virginia's 24th District, and Democrat Christian Worth has announced she’s once again running in an effort to become the district's first Democratic delegate since 1983.
More people are taking to the skies from the Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, after an airline change.
Governor Northam today announced that, although March is not a significant month for collections, revenue decreased 1.4 percent as payroll withholding had one less deposit day than a year ago.
The Legacy at North Augusta hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for its memory care unit on Wednesday, April 10. The specialized memory care unit will provide advanced care for residents with cognitive impairment like dementia.
The Staunton Police Department culled 51 deer over a two-week period in March.
Augusta County leaders have once again tabled the decision on a 1,000-acre solar project proposed for parts of Stuarts Draft and Lyndhurst.
A Churchville man is out on bond after authorities in Augusta County say he fired his gun at several people Wednesday.
Authorities in Waynesboro are charging Shawn Preston Jones with second-degree murder.
The Prince George County Police Department has notified the Virginia State Police that Askia Hasan has been safely located.
Governor Northam announced that the third series in AMC’s "The Walking Dead" franchise will film its debut season in Virginia.
The Virginia House of Delegates has approved increases to truck registration fees and regional gas taxes to pay for improvements to Interstate 81.
Staunton's Robert E. Lee High School will get a new mascot and logo when it changes its name to Staunton High School on July 1. The school will be home to the Staunton Storm. The name is inspired by a quote made popular by New England Patriots quarterback