Shenandoah Valley News

Waynesboro man accused of contributing to the delinquency of a minor

Fifty-three-year-old Jerry Wayne Hoover is facing two misdemeanor counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Police: Waynesboro man could face life in prison for crack cocaine arrest

Waynesboro police identify suspect in criminal investigation

Stuarts Draft man charged with abduction, assault

VSP investigating fatal crash in Rockingham County

  Car crashes through brick sign in Staunton

Freezing rain may fall in mountains overnight

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Interstate 81 - Crash causing major delays near exit 245 in Harrisonburg

  August County Fire-Rescue asking folks to adopt a hydrant

  Shenandoah Valley students help deliver hundreds of meals

  Waynesboro announces next steps for South River Preserve Project

Medicare data breach impacts about 220,000 beneficiaries

Harrisonburg police investigating 7-Eleven robbery

  Employment, income declines in Virginia’s Appalachian counties

Employment and income in Virginia’s Appalachian counties lags behind the rest of the Commonwealth, and even Appalachian regions in other states. The new data comes as Virginia’s unemployment rate fell to just 2.6 percent.

  Libraries waiving late fees in exchange for food donations

Public library patrons in Staunton, Waynesboro and Augusta County can take part in Can Your Fines

Memory Cafe provides place for people with dementia and their caregivers to gather in the Valley

There’s a new place in the Shenandoah Valley for people with dementia and their caretakers to gather. Once a month Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Staunton is home to Memory Cafe.

Roanoke man sentenced to 15 years for robbing a Waynesboro bank

Sherman Rommel Jones was sentenced in Waynesboro Circuit Court for the 2017 robbery of First Bank and Trust on Lew Dewitt Boulevard.

Ribbon cutting celebrates new bridge, improve fish passage at Whiteoak Canyon Trail

Virginia State Police investigating fatal incident in Rockingham Co.

Staunton leaders consider use of solar panels on homes

Annual ‘Diabetes Day’ held by Augusta Health

Harrisonburg Fire Department responds to overnight two-alarm structure fire

Arcadia Project receives $25K Virginia Main Street feasibility study grant

Virginia sawyers cutting American chestnut trees for first time in decades

Virginia forestry officials are cutting the first newly-grown American chestnut trees in nearly 70 years.

Man accused of eluding Augusta Co. Sheriff’s deputies

Roman Rose is charged with trespassing, eluding, and driving on a suspended/revoked license.

Sheriff’s Office: Raphine Man Charged in Connection with Fishersville Theft

Eric Price Keyton has been charged in connection with an early-morning theft in Fishersville last week