On Sunday, a huge crowd gathered at Nelson County High School for the commemoration of 50 years since Hurricane Camille.
The only survivor of a 2015 attack where a disgruntled former employee shot and killed two Virginia journalists is suing the television station whose on-camera interview she was appearing in.
Shenandoah Valley community leaders are talking about the need for labor in the manufacturing industry.
Leslie Beauregard has been named the assistant city manager for the City of Staunton. She will assume her new role with the city on October 7.
A Staunton writer is working with an online, interactive book club that aims to engage kids in a new way.
After 14 years as the executive director of the Staunton Downtown Development Association, Julie Markowitz is resigning.
The goal of bicycle lanes is to keep both riders and drivers safe but the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says they're not doing the job.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a home invasion on Mt. Sidney School Ln. Deputies found a man
bloodied from an assault.
Harrisonburg police are investigating a hit-and-run incident involving a bicyclist that occurred on Vine St. just before midnight Aug. 14.
Gerardo Villeda-Romero, 26, of Harrisonburg, has been arrested and charged with brandishing a firearm, discharging a firearm in a public place, reckless handling of a firearm, and possession/transport of a firearm by a convicted felon.
On Wednesday night, Augusta County planners shared a schedule that includes creating a solar committee to include community members, putting a public survey online, and drawing up a draft of the solar amendment.
Staunton's historically black park is getting name plaques to recognize its founding mothers and fathers.
Johnathan Lee Coffey is charged with eluding (f), assault on a police officer (f), obstruction of justice, speeding, and driving while revoked.
Mary Puffenbarger was found guilty of malicious wounding earlier this year. Tuesday, a judge sentenced her to three years behind bars.
Virginia State Police are investigating a fatal crash on Rt. 11 in Augusta Co. Brayden Stiltner of Stuarts Draft succumbed to his injuries Sunday, Aug. 12.
Effective Friday, August 23, 2019 BRITE Bus Blue Ridge Community College North & South Shuttles will extend Friday service hours.
People in Waynesboro are demanding city leaders do more to stand up against hate.
Conservation groups have launched a new lawsuit aimed at the Mountain Valley Pipeline over its impacts on threatened and endangered species.
Drivers along Harrisonburg’s Port Republic Road will soon see changes aimed toward making the roadway safer for all.
On Friday, August 9, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Transportation announced more than $3 million in grant funding to Virginia to upgrade 911 call centers to NG911 capabilities.
Augusta Health wants women to know they shouldn't wait until Breast Cancer Awareness Month to try to get a mammogram. Appointment slots fill up fast, and some book out weeks or even months in advance.
David Scott Morris and Kari Nicole Claytor are both facing a charge of possessing methamphetamine.
Senator Tim Kaine is frustrated by the inaction from the General Assembly on gun control measures.
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.