At 1:21 a.m., Virginia State Police responded to a crash in the 700 block of East Side Highway. The crash involved a moped and a Nissan sedan.
Albemarle County Police are reporting an apparent murder-suicide involving an adult male and a juvenile that took place last week near Crozet.
A new discovery about how the body transports dexamethasone, a drug that can increase the survival chances of patients with severe COVID-19, suggests diabetes and other factors may reduce its potentially lifesaving effectiveness.
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt life in 2020, Waynesboro Public Library continues to provide curbside service for patrons.
The Harrisonburg Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will provide the public the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
For garden plants to thrive, they require some strategic pruning from an astute gardener as they grow. If the garden is allowed to grow at will without any care, the results likely won’t be good.
A 20-year-old Waynesboro man was apprehended on Wednesday in a police investigation of car break-ins.
The City of Staunton is announcing updated guidelines involving public participation for the City Council work session and regular meeting scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 22, the special called Council meeting scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 29.
The Harrisonburg Fire Department Fire Marshal’s Office has concluded its investigation into the explosion and fire that occurred on Saturday, Oct. 17, on Miller Circle and will be turning the scene over to the building owner later today.
Overnight closures of southbound Interstate 81 are scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday nights in Rockingham County near the Exit 257 (Mauzy/Broadway/Timberville) interchange.
Augusta Health, Central Shenandoah Health District, Promotores de Salud, Magellan Health and United Healthcare are conducting a free flu vaccine event at Waynesboro Mennonite Church on Saturday.
COVID-19 is one issue in the public spat between the Waynesboro prosecutor’s office and the city. The bigger issue seems to be a turf battle between the prosecutor and the city over space.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance with locating a runaway juvenile who was last seen at his Staunton home on Friday.
An Albemarle County woman faces a second-degree attempted murder charge resulting from an investigation into allegations of child abuse.
The Piedmont Environmental Council has completed the digitization of thousands of legal documents related to the Commonwealth’s 1930s-era condemnation of private lands in Rappahannock County for the creation of Shenandoah National Park.
Staunton City Council has set a public hearing “concerning the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution” for Thursday, Oct. 29.
The update to two key City of Harrisonburg ordinances continues, and public input is needed.
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.
Virginia Tech researchers are studying how long SARS-CoV-2 survives on surfaces, focusing on its survival on food, food contact surfaces, and other points along the food supply chain.
The Central Shenandoah Health District will hold free COVID-19 testing events throughout the district next week.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office will be setting up a Drug Take Back Day collection site on Saturday, Oct. 24.