Augusta Free Press is at the Richmond International Raceway for a busy weekend of NASCAR action. Friday at RIR includes qualifying, interviews with NASCAR superstars capped off by the Xfinity Series ToyotaCare 250 "Under the Lights" with a 7:30 p.m. green flag.
- NASCAR: Denny Hamlin takes the pole for ToyotaCare 250 (1186)
- The solar energy challenge: Saving up sun for a rainy day (1134)
- Regression? UVA quarterbacks struggle in spring game (936)
- Virginia State Police investigating fatal car accident on Route 250 in Augusta County (913)
- Update: Waynesboro mother, daughter killed in Route 250 DUI (907)
- Virginia Tech gets jump on destructive moth in Nepal (855)
- Governor McAuliffe hosts forum on biosciences, big data and analytics (816)
- AAA: Gas prices inch up, crude oil at 2015 high (806)
- Augusta Historical Society presents program on first African-American landowner west of the Blue Ridge (776)
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- UVA history professor gets grant to research and write Lawrence of Arabia sequel
- Blue Ridge Parkway and Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation announce $700,000 Centennial Challenge funding
- Richmond energy, environmental groups launch new solarize program
- Governor McAuliffe joins George Mason University to launch Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research
- Greater Augusta Prevention Partners to host alcohol abuse awareness event on Saturday
Traffic Alert: Park to Park Half-Marathon on Saturday
The Park to Park Half-Marathon will take place on Saturday, April 25 in Waynesboro and Augusta County. Because of the large crowd of 650 participants, the Waynesboro Police Department and the Augusta County Sheriff’s Department will be positioned throughout the 13 mile race course to ensure all race participants and vehicle traffic remain safe.
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