Every day we see, hear, smell and process the world around us. But Karen Rosasco takes her observations and immortalizes them in art. Her work is on exhibit this month at CoArt Gallery in “Kaleidoscope.”
A summer night in early August brought too much rain in too brief of an amount of time. The night of Aug. 8 will never be forgotten by downtown business owners and the Staunton community.
In a land not so far away, but a time before a world-wide pandemic, discussion began for a branch of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in the River City.
Two juveniles hold four at knife point and rob them. A month later, three teenagers are arrested for armed robbery. Just before Christmas, several juveniles are caught on video vandalizing a holiday lights display. Crime stories like these are expected in big cities, but these all happened at Staunton’s Gypsy Hill Park.
Area residents know what the week before Thanksgiving means at Gypsy Hill Park. The community will begin to assemble the city’s Celebration of Lights and Field of Deer.
Last year, audiences enjoyed four live performances of “The Nutcracker” at Wilson Memorial High School. This year, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Shenandoah Civic Dance Company’s 38th annual “The Nutcracker” will be livestreamed on Saturday at 7 p.m.
Original Ginger, Jasmine Grape, Elderflower Sunrise, Bluegrass Bucha, Black Raspberry or Wild Pear, whatever your poison, Blue Ridge Bucha has a flavor for it.
The game plan is simple this winter for sports at Waynesboro Schools. Athletes will play sports and follow VHSL guidelines amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, which interrupted spring sports more than six months ago.
Amazon confirmed today that it will be using the former Kmart on West Main Street in Waynesboro as a delivery station, as Augusta Free Press first told you was going to happen way back on Oct. 8.
Being No. 1 is good in many circumstances in life, and when you are the site of the first Waynesboro Fire Department you definitely stand out.
Santa Claus is coming to town Saturday evening. He will participate in Zeus Digital Theaters’ Christmas Drive Through event from 5 to 8 p.m. for one night only.
The city of Waynesboro had decided on a reverse parade instead of its traditional annual Christmas parade. Then the pandemic struck the Christmas season another blow, and the reverse parade was also cancelled.
The news came on Black Friday. Notices from Staunton Mall management that the mall, built in 1969, had been sold and that the new owners required all tenants vacate within 30 days.
The Waynesboro YMCA’s Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 2020 is an opportunity this year for participants to have a sense of normalcy amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, however, some changes will be in place.
Gov. Ralph Northam’s state-mandated lockdown placed restrictions on all kinds of businesses and encouraged residents to stay home to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, but perhaps no industry was as affected as local restaurants.
In the 2019-2020 academic year, Waynesboro Schools received two $50,000 Extended Year Planning Grants from the Commonwealth of Virginia for the planning of programs at Waynesboro High School and Kate Collins Middle School.
The smoke is clear, but the damage and the cause of arson remain for Staunton’s Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
A piece of the woman for whom Kate Collins Middle School was named was donated to the school in October.
A small kitchen fire ignited a big community response to help Valley Mission provide meals for its 50 residents.
On Wednesday, a parade of vehicles from the local Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force recruiters and vintage military vehicles will ride around Gypsy Hill Park, through downtown Staunton, and then by assisted living facilities in honor of Veterans Day.
A crew was hard at work installing a pole and traffic light at the intersection of Rosser Avenue and Tiffany Drive in Waynesboro on Thursday.
Thanks to a Waynesboro couple, the meals debt of Waynesboro Schools students is completely paid off.
Movie goers are still welcome to take in the latest from Hollywood at Zeus Digital Theaters.
A new mural made possible by a grant from the Virginia Department of Health on Poplar Avenue in front of Waynesboro High School is an example of tactical urbanism.
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt life in 2020, Waynesboro Public Library continues to provide curbside service for patrons.
The City of Waynesboro expects a new pole and support beam to arrive in time for installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Rosser Avenue and Tiffany Drive “as early as next week.”
One year ago in February, the installation of solar panels on four Waynesboro Schools was complete.