Augusta is home to many prosperous businesses, but not every business that starts here is successful. In order to be successful in Augusta, a business needs to be realistic.
The health care industry is strong in Augusta. In fact, it is the county’s third-largest industry, behind government and manufacturing.
Metropolitan planning organizations meet: Explore cooperative projects in public transit, infrastructure
Policy Boards of the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) from Charlottesville-Albemarle (CAMPO) and the Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro (SAWMPO) held a joint meeting October 8th at the Crozet Public Library in Albemarle County.
The 2015 Virginia General Assembly is under way in Richmond. With legislative elections looming in November, will lawmakers achieve anything of substance, or will the session be about political posturing with control of the General Assembly the prize?
Delegate Richard P. “Dickie” Bell (R-Staunton) announced today that he has been appointed by Speaker Bill Howell to the Committee on General Laws.
A portion of Route 801 (Hangers Mill Road) in Augusta County will close for about nine months beginning Monday, January 26, during replacement of a bridge over Jennings Branch.
D.J. King had a pretty good first season as a head coach in summer baseball. King led the Waynesboro Generals to the 2014 Valley League championship, the second championship in a row for the Generals.
Second-ranked UVA (15-0, 3-0 ACC) hosts ACC rival Clemson (9-6, 1-2 ACC) in ACC action on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Va. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will lead a live blog during tonight’s game with score updates, in-game stats, analysis and more.
The Waynesboro Police Department has charged an Augusta County man for construction fraud after he swindled nearly a hundred thousand dollars from a Waynesboro couple on the pretense of building them a house.
Augusta Free Press is back in print with the debut issue of Augusta Free Press: The Magazine, with cover stories on the final phase of work on the Wayne Theatre and a Middlebrook doctor recently named the 2014 Country Doctor of the Year.
The Staunton Augusta Art Center announces an unprecedented offering of three concurrent art exhibits which open with a reception Friday evening, January 16, 5-7 p.m. and which will continue through Saturday, February 21.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham interviews Andrew Kaufman, a UVA professor and author of Give War and Peace a Chance: Tolstoyan Wisdom for Troubled Times.
Motorists traveling throughout the Shenandoah Valley tonight, January 11 and into the morning hours on Monday, January 12 should expect to see icy conditions develop.
Beef has periodically gotten a bad rap, but a speaker at an upcoming series of forage and grassland seminars believes beef is the real health food.
Third-ranked UVA (14-0, 2-0 ACC) travels to #13 Notre Dame (15-1, 3-0 ACC) for a game on Saturday at 6 p.m. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads a live blog during the game with score updates, commentary, analysis, in-game stats and more.
When you think of a play and a pie auction, you’ve got Ted & Company’s Peace, Pies & Prophets! Please join us as Ted Swartz and Tim Ruebke tickle our funny bones and stimulate our brain cells.
A series of mobile single-lane closures are scheduled for the week of Jan. 12-16 on Interstate 64 eastbound and westbound. These overnight closures are for fog-light replacement between mile marker 98 in Augusta County and mile marker 104 in Albemarle County.