Thirteen students, faculty and staff took turns reading a jailhouse letter from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Rick Springfield and Richard Marx join forces to bring their catalogues of hits to Carpenter Theatre in Richmond on Sunday.
Fishburne Military School preps for its appearance the 58th Inaugural Parade with a march through the streets of Waynesboro.
The Staunton Police Department is asking the public’s assistance in locating Christopher Hale Hodge.
The Metro has been awarded $1.8 million to improve track safety and protect employees who repair and maintain the Metro system.
The UVA Board of Visitors announced Tuesday the authorization of the “Cornerstone Grant.”
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training program Feb. 23-24.
Update: A Waynesboro man wanted in connection with a November residential burglary is now in custody.
Fighting cancer is a difficult battle. Those with cancer need excellent care, delivered with compassion and understanding.
Governor Terry McAuliffe released the following statement today with respect to the Commonwealth’s pending execution of Ricky Gray.
VDOT and Virginia State Police encourage drivers to plan ahead with inauguration events on Friday, Jan. 20.
So much wailing and gnashing of teeth in Waynesboro over being shut out of the $50 million settlement with DuPont, and for what?
A record-high number of second-year graduate students in the MA in Biomedicine program at EMU successfully defended their theses in December.
Shenandoah Conservatory presents world-renowned violinist Gidon Kremer and his exceptional chamber orchestra, Kremerata Baltica.
The streets of Waynesboro will have an Inaugural Parade feel on Wednesday thanks to Fishburne Military School.
Owners of woodlands large and small can learn how to maximize their property’s potential at the 13th annual Woods and Wildlife Conference.
Virginia Tech professor Steven Poelzing received a $2.1 million grant for research to combat the nation’s No. 1 killer — heart disease.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library’s ongoing commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War I continues with a lecture series.
You can’t refuse a peace chief. That’s the tantalizing start of an article about Professor Kimberly Schmidt, author of “Magpie’s Blanket.”
The Augusta County Historical Society will host a presentation on life in the Valley during and immediately after the Jim Crow era.
Jennifer Flynn named superintendent of Shenandoah National Park, Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park
Jennifer Flynn has been named the new superintendent of Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park and Shenandoah National Park.
The United Nations of Comedy Series features Funnyman Skiba on Friday, February 17, 8pm at the Jefferson School Heritage Center.
Join the Charlottesville Reading Series on Friday, January 27 for readings by Greg Wrenn, Erica Cavanagh, and Matt MacFarland.
Step into the world of the Harlem Renaissance through words, music, and imagery with “Raisin’ Cane: A Harlem Renaissance Odyssey.”
The award winning Juvies, directed by Leslie Neal and executive produced by Mark Wahlberg, will be screened at Vinegar Hill Theatre.
The Paramount Theater will feature two live on-stage performances this May with Kris Kristofferson and Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild Live!
Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmers took top honors Jan. 9 at the annual convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
The following highway work is scheduled, weather permitting, in the Culpeper District during the upcoming week.
The following is a list of highway work that may affect traffic in the Staunton District during the coming weeks.
America’s urban forests are under attack. Since 2002, millions of native ash trees across the nation have died and been removed.
Sarah Kennedy – poet, novelist, and Mary Baldwin University professor – will appear at EMU Feb. 2
Highway work in the Lynchburg District requiring road/lane/structure closures is scheduled, weather permitting.
Virginia State Police Trooper L.B. Dowell responded to a vehicle fire at the 103 mile marker on Interstate 64 in Albemarle County.
The ACLU of Virginia has asked Gov. Terry McAuliffe to grant a clemency request from death row inmate Ricky Javon Gray.
The newly renovated building located at 202 N. 9th Street on Capitol Square in Richmond will bear the name of civil rights pioneer Barbara Johns.
Governor McAuliffe announced the permit for a new solar facility to be built in Sussex County.
The United States National Park Service has approved a revised National Historic Landmark designation for the Virginia Capitol.
The Virginia State Police have identified the driver who was killed in a two-car accident in the Crimora area of Augusta County on Thursday.
The return of Wanda Eaves Taylor and the debut of The Magic Honky Tonk Band will highlight the new LIVE @ the WAYNE on Friday, Jan. 27.
The UVA Cancer Center supports the latest human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination recommendations to help prevent HPV-related cancers.
This Saturday, Albemarle County Fire Rescue is hosting open houses at all fire-rescue stations throughout the county.
Crews will patch potholes on Interstate 64 in both directions from mile marker 99 on Afton Mountain to mile marker 143 in Louisa County.
AccuWeather reports following snow and cold in 49 states during the first 10 days of January, cold air will retreat in parts of the U.S.
The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra, coming to Waynesboro on Sunday, Jan. 22, at 3 p.m., will take the Wayne Theatre back to its roots in silent film.
The deadline for local teens to enter a video contest promoting alcohol- and drug-free living is coming up at the end of the month.
Albemarle County now boasts 9,284 acres of permanently protected land with its recent acquisition of two new easements: Brigish and Moon.
Virginia Commonwealth University generates nearly $6 billion in economic activity and supports 63,000 jobs in Virginia.
A slum in North Africa became home last summer to a group of EMU students led by Professor Johonna Turner and her husband, Julian.
The City of Staunton has commissioned a parking study, which is scheduled to begin this month.
Our Town Charlottesville, a series of town hall style meetings in all of Charlottesville’s neighborhoods, will continue on Thursday.