Waynesboro Police are searching for a man who fled while being investigated on child pornography charges.
The VMI Board of Visitors voted today to move the statue of Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson moved from the front of the historic barracks.
AAA is bring attention to a potentially dangerous traffic safety trifecta – increased pedestrian activity, drunk driving, and drowsy driving – all of which converge this Halloween weekend.
Speak louder, shout if you have to — that’s how Kristin Rice has been communicating with others, particularly while outdoors, with half of her face covered by a mask.
VMI Superintendent Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III has tendered his resignation, effective today, a week after state leaders called for an investigation into a “culture of ongoing structural racism” at the Lexington state school.
One Minute for Earth-Giving the Planet a Voice on November 3rd is a collaboration hosted by Earth Day Every Day of Harrisonburg and Climate Action Alliance of the Valley to share local citizen perspectives on issues related to the environment.
The Staunton Historic Preservation Commission announced updated guidelines involving public participation for the regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 27.
The number of people on Virginia’s roadways being killed in crashes involving teen drivers is up this year, despite teen drivers being involved in far fewer crashes overall, given several months of limited traffic on roadways.
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt life in 2020, Waynesboro Public Library continues to provide curbside service for patrons.
The City of Harrisonburg has authorized a one-time allocation of $15,000 in CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Fund monies for Arts Council of the Valley.
BRITE Bus is an option for voters to get to and from the polls in Augusta County, Staunton and Waynesboro on Election Day.
Charlottesville’s Grand Illumination 2020 is being presented as a special one-night only broadcast and streaming event on Friday, Dec. 4 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on NBC29 and CW29.
Charlottesville City Council is updating the city’s Strategic Plan, which includes the vision, mission, and goals that drive the work of council and the city manager.
Staunton City Council will officially name the council chambers after former Staunton Vice Mayor Rita Wilson on Thursday.
An easier, cleaner way for residents to put out their trash each week will soon arrive in The Friendly City.
Acting Charlottesville City Manager John Blair announced today the appointment of Dr. Hezedean A. Smith as the city’s fire chief.
The off-ramp from Interstate 81 northbound to Route 11 at Exit 257 in Rockingham County is scheduled for an overnight closure from 8 p.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday.
Harrisonburg Public Works crews will begin storm pipe upgrades at the intersection of Virginia Avenue and West Gay Street beginning this weekend.
Boys Home of Virginia will host “Two Days of Giving” on Thursday, Oct. 15, and Friday, Oct. 16, in honor of its executive director, Donnie Wheatley, and his 35 years of service.
Rain is in the forecast for this weekend, but this could be a blessing in disguise as the calendar moves us closer to peak fall color season.
Bhagavan “Doc” Antle, who was among the wildlife zoo figures featured on the Netflix docuseries “Tiger King,” faces several charges in Virginia stemming from an investigation into the trafficking of lion cubs between Virginia and South Carolina.