Augusta Free Press: The Magazine will hit newstands in January 2015 and will be offered bimonthly. AugustaFreePress.com launched in 2002 to provide news and information to people throughout the region online.
The September River City Radio Hour regulars Boogie Kings and the First Lady of Comedy, Marsha Howard will be joined by John-Robert Rimel, a country-singer phenomenon, and the Amazing Man of Magic, Peter Monticup.
Up with People, which has toured to 38 countries around the world during the last 49-years, has announced that Harrisonburg will be a stop on their 2014 tour.
All eight candidates for Staunton City Council and moderator Carly Stephenson of WHSV-TV will take part in a candidates forum sponsored by the Spencer Center at Mary Baldwin College and Transition Staunton Augusta.
WHSV TV3 staff began their volunteer meal delivery for the Valley Program for Aging Services in the Harrisonburg-Rockingham area on Monday, Jan. 6.
WHSV is adding CBS to family of stations serving the Shenandoah Valley
Augusta Free Press produced the TV commercial spot for the Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce 2012 Business Showcase. The spot will air on WHSV-TV3 and Comcast. The 2012 Business Showcase is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 9, from 1-5 p.m. at the Best Western Waynesboro Inn & Suites Conference Center.
The “Virginia Dreams” of a group of local country-music artists will soon take “Center Stage” on national TV. “What we hope to do is showcase our local talent to the world,” said “Virginia Dreams Center Stage” host Tim Spears, who announced today that the country-music TV showcase will debut on RFD-TV in January. RFD-TV is […]
Rocky Simonetti saw a story on WHSV this week about the difficulties being faced by the Staunton Senior Center getting drivers to volunteer to deliver meals through its Meals on Wheels program due to high gas prices. And then he did something about it. “Gas is getting so high – three dollars and five cents […]
Children First Day took place on Saturday. The event was hosted by the WHSV station and held at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg. With the parking lots completely full, the event is still going strong after 14 years. The event not only has booths both inside and outside of the University Commons at EMU, but […]
- Networking – Chamber stuff – Radio/TV interviews Blog by Chris Graham AFPBusiness.com AFPBusiness.com editor Chris Graham blogs on a recent guest visit to a BNI networking group in Harrisonburg, the latest news on the issue involving former Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Ben Carter and what Augusta Free […]
Staff Report AFPBusiness.com AugustaFreePress.com editor Chris Graham appeared on WINA’s “Charlottesville-Right Now!” with Coy Barefoot on Tuesday to talk about the controversy over the firing of Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Ben Carter. You can listen to the interview here courtesy the Charlottesville Podcasting Network. Graham was interviewed on Wednesday […]
WHSV-TV3 interviewed AFP editor Chris Graham on Monday as part of its Election ’09 coverage. Graham was interviewed in his capacity as the chair of the Waynesboro Democratic Committee talking about local efforts to get out the vote. You can watch the video here.
That’s what time Keith Jones has to get out of bed to get ready to host the “Daybreak” show on WHSV-TV3 every morning. Which puts him in bed most nights at … “About six, six-thirty,” Jones told me. I had just told him that I have “Daybreak” on in the background every weekday morning getting […]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com It’s 9:30. Make that 9:32, actually. The staff is already gathered round the small table in front of the whiteboard near the entrance to the newsroom. Ed Reams wants to know what the WHSV-TV3 news team has, and the answer is – plenty. It’s the morning of the United […]
Citing issues with fairness, Steve Landes is backing out of a debate invitation from the News Leader and WHSV-TV3 with 25th District challenger Greg Marrow. “I’ve expressed my concerns of the editorial board – not being fair and balanced – moderating a debate between my opponent and me,” Landes told the News Leader on Thursday.