Did you also know that almost every state in the nation has some form of a “Move Over” law?* Move Over laws protect those working on and along our roadways.
As they spent the final hours of their four years at Washington and Lee University on Thursday, May 23, members of the Class of 2013 were urged to think boldly and creatively and to cherish the ideals of a liberal education.
Join an old-fashioned, small town patriotic celebration as the Town of Shenandoah remembers and honors our veterans. Sponsored by the Town of Shenandoah and the Shenandoah Heritage Center.
Citizen groups debuted a new website this week that will educate the public about the impacts of oil and gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing on National Forests in the eastern U.S. and provide them with tools to evaluate and challenge drilling and fracking proposals.
Stabilization of the Afton Mountain slope above Interstate 64 has progressed to the point where closures of I-64 are no longer necessary. The final closure was completed just before noon today. Engineers with the Virginia Department of Transportation determined that the remaining soil can safely be removed without restricting traffic.
Researchers at the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service today unveiled a new poverty measure designed to more accurately reflect the economic distress among residents of the commonwealth.
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified a promising target for treating glioblastoma, one that appears to appears to avoid many of the obstacles that typically frustrate efforts to develop effective treatments for this deadliest of cancers.
Art in the Park at Gypsy Hill will be held Saturday, May 25, 10am-5pm and Sunday, May 26, Noon-5pm in Staunton’s Gypsy Hill Park.
Greenville author Nick Auclair will be signing his action-adventure novel, Steel’s Treasure, at an author’s reception Saturday May 25, 5 to 7 PM at Staunton’s Black SwanBooks and Music. The event is free and open to the public.