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More winter: 5 inches of snow possible Tuesday
Another day, another Winter Storm Watch from the National Weather Service, this one forecasting five inches or more of snow for a wide area encompassing the Shenandoah Valley and Northern Virginia. The forecast is calling for precipitation to begin possibly as sleet in the predawn hours Tuesday before changing to snow through the early afternoon.
- More winter: 5 inches of snow possible Tuesday
- Democrats uniting behind Sam Rasoul in Roanoke House race Monday, 9:59 am
- ACC sends record 11 teams to football bowl games Sunday, 9:28 pm
- Shenandoah Valley Baseball-Softball Academy winter clinics Sunday, 7:50 pm
- Virginia Tech headed to Sun Bowl vs. UCLA Sunday, 7:39 pm
- Mark Obenshain: Republican Advance Sunday, 7:27 pm
- Report: Ken Cuccinelli rules out U.S. Senate run Sunday, 7:24 pm
- AAA: Gas prices retreat after recent uptick Sunday, 5:30 pm
Augusta Free Press offers new feature: Message Boards
The newest feature on Augusta Free Press, our new community message boards, will give you the power to initiate discussions on the issues of the day. Access to the message boards is free, but you do have to establish a free subscriber login account to be able to comment on existing threads and to start new topics for discussion.
- Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival has new website produced by Augusta Free Press
Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging has new website produced by Augusta Free Press
Augusta Free Press has rebuilt the website for the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging. AFP worked with SAAA to achieve a custom redesign of the existing website, which features detailed information on the nonprofit organization that provides high quality services and opportunities that enhance the dignity and independence of seniors.
- Augusta Health renews marketing relationship with Augusta Free Press
Show Your Joe Boxer: Waynesboro Family YMCA riffs on viral video
You’ve no doubt seen the Kmart Joe Boxer ad. Male models in tuxes, and boxers, playing a bell choir as if inspired by Elvis Presley. The Waynesboro Family YMCA is riffing off the viral video to promote its Black Friday membership drive. “We were looking for a fun way to get the word out,” said Jeff Fife, the executive director of the Waynesboro Y.
- Augusta Free Press offers new feature: Message Boards
Waynesboro Senior Center presents Thursday Night BingoThe solution to federal cuts that have taken a chunk of money from the Valley Program for Aging Services budget – “Bingo!”
Breakfast with SantaFamilies in the Waynesboro-Augusta County area can get an early meeting with Santa Claus on Saturday, Dec. 14, 8-10 a.m. at the Waynesboro Family YMCA.
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Chrissy Johnston, director of sales and marketing at Vector Industries, takes you on a tour of Vector, based in Waynesboro, Va., to show you what Vector can do for your business in terms of assembly, packaging, manufacturing and more. Video produced by Augusta Free Press. More on Vector Industries online at VectorIndustries.org.