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Live Blog: Viewpoints on WVPT talks zika

Join our live blog here on Augusta Free Press during tonight’s broadcast of Viewpoints on WVPT featuring AFP editors Chris Graham and Crystal Graham.


Podcast: Crystal Graham talks suicide prevention on WINA-1070

Crystal Graham from the Augusta Free Press talks with the Rob Schilling Show on WINA-1070AM in Charlottesville on the topic of suicide prevention.


Video: Aug. 3 Viewpoints examines Waynesboro

The guests for the first episode of Viewpoints are the two new members of Waynesboro City Council, Elzena Anderson and Terry Short.


Viewpoints debuts on WVPT on Wednesday

The debut episode of Viewpoints on WVPT features an interview with the two newly elected members of Waynesboro City Council, Elzena Anderson and Terry Short.


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Viewpoints: WVPT to launch weekly series featuring Chris Graham, Crystal Graham of AFP

WVPT will premiere a new weekly TV news show, Viewpoints, with co-hosts Chris Graham and Crystal Graham, on Wednesday, Aug. 3.


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WVPT to launch Viewpoints: Features AFP’s Chris and Crystal Graham

WVPT will premiere a new weekly TV news show, Viewpoints, with co-hosts Chris Graham and Crystal Graham, on Wednesday, Aug. 3, at 7:30 p.m.


Crystal Graham: Together, we can help prevent suicide

Each year, we lose 42,773 Americans by suicide, and it costs the U.S. $44 billion annually. Yet suicide is preventable.


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Crystal Graham talks suicide prevention on WKDW

Crystal Graham joins Kris Neil with WKDW-900AM for Mental Health Mondays, part of the #MentalHealthintheValley campaign.


Let it shine! Out of the Darkness walk helps friends, family remember those lost to suicide, work toward prevention

Amy Argenbright lost a cousin to suicide in May. Seeing others close to her impacted by what had happened “made everybody realize the need to talk about it and bring it to light,” said Argenbright.


Podcast: AFP editor Crystal Graham talks suicide prevention, walk on WKDW-900

Augusta Free Press editor Crystal Graham joins host Kris Neil on WKDW-900 in Staunton on “Country Club” to talk about Out of the Darkness, a suicide prevention awareness event and fundraising walk scheduled for Oct. 10.


Crystal Graham: Sam Riley, my friend, my professor

I was lucky enough to get Sam Riley as my magazine writing professor. I wasn’t really tapped in to the university community, and usually, as a result, didn’t hear which professors were good or bad. Meeting Sam Riley changed everything for me.


Placements for 2015 in Augusta Free Press: The Magazine

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.


GameDay Blog: UVA, Virginia Tech football, plus UVA basketball in NYC

It’s a busy day in UVA sports, and Augusta Free Press has you covered. The football team is in Blacksburg to take on Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium at 8 p.m., and the basketball team is in New York City for the Barclays Center Classic with a 9:30 p.m. tipoff with LaSalle.


UVA Men’s Basketball Coverage: Sponsorships Available

AugustaFreePress.com is teaming up with pre-season #8 UVA Men’s Basketball once again for a return trip to New York City this month.


Veteran journalists bring magazine back to Shenandoah Valley

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.


Reserve space now in Augusta Free Press: The Magazine

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.


Reserve Space Now for the 2015 debut of Augusta Free Press:The Magazine

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. We’ll take our brand to print with the launch of the full-color Augusta Free Press: The Magazine.


Crystal Graham: A smile on a sad day

It was the evening before the day she died – and yet I had forgotten the anniversary all together. Until I looked at the calendar before getting some shut eye – and saw the date right in front of me.


Vector Industries: A nonprofit business with a mission

Founded in 1969, Vector Industries is a unique nonprofit that is self-supporting in its mission to provide employment opportunities to local residents with different disabilities in the Greater Augusta County area through contract work for a variety of regional customers.


Be the exclusive sponsor of UVA football on Augusta Free Press!

Augusta Free Press is well respected throughout the state for our coverage of UVA sports! Of all the news and sports sources throughout the state, our coverage of UVA sports ranks #2 overall … and in the Valley, we rank #1*.


Augusta Free Press assists Valley League champion Waynesboro Generals on winning night

The Waynesboro Generals are repeat Valley League champions for the first time in the team’s 62-year history in the VBL, and Augusta Free Press was on hand to help bring the special night of action at Kate Collins Field to the world.


Augusta Free Press produces new issue of Y Magazine

The Summer 2014 issue of the Y Magazine promoting events at the Waynesboro Family YMCA in Waynesboro, Va., produced by Augusta Free Press, is on the streets and on its way to Y members.


Use the ACC Tournament to get your word out to AFP readers

Augusta Free Press is hitting the road to Greensboro, N.C., to the ACC Basketball Tournament. AugustaFreePress.com editor Chris Graham will bring you 5 full days of coverage including all 14 games played.


Augusta Free Press launches campaign website for House candidate Sam Rasoul

The campaign website of 11th House District Democratic candidate Sam Rasoul is online through the work of Augusta Free Press LLC.


Crystal Graham: A different ballgame

Sitting in the bleachers rooting on their Generals, sponsors never know exactly what’s in store from one night to the next at Mathers Park at Kate Collins Field. From inning sponsors to game nights, sponsoring a wooden-bat summer league isn’t just about the banner on the outfield fence or the free giveaways provided for Generals fans


Crystal Graham: Facebook is not optional

I was having a conversation with a local businessman this week who said to me that he is “just not into that social media stuff.” Which is fine if he chooses not to use Facebook on an individual basis


Augusta Health places online ad with AugustaFreePress.com

Augusta Health has become an online partner of AugustaFreePress.com, agreeing to a one-year contract for an ad on the news website promoting the Fishersville-based medical-services organization.   Augusta Health is an independent, nonprofit community hospital with a mission to promote the health and well-being of our community through access to excellent care. In 2011, Augusta […]


AFP puts on successful Fashion Showcase

More than 100 shoppers were on hand for the 2012 Holiday Fashion Showcase sponsored by Augusta Free Press on Dec. 5. Local vendors for direct-sales companies including Cookie Lee, Mary Kay, Jockey P2P, thirty-one, BeautiControl and Initial Outfitters joined local businesses Radiance Tanning and Hair Salon and Fordell Farm at the Showcase, a feature of […]


Crystal Graham: Writhing, writing goddess

Crystal Clear column by Crystal Graham Two words – peer pressure. That was my reasoning for going to a teaser class offered by a Harrisonburg-based dance studio. The moment I took my shoes off and sat down on the hardwood floor, I wondered how my two friends, Mary and Bonnie, had talked me into this […]


Valley responds … or not

By Crystal Graham freepress@ntelos.net (This is the final installment in a six-part series on The Valley Responds, an effort that links the Shenandoah Valley with residents of Long Beach, Miss.) Helping school children return to classes. Assisting an elderly couple in efforts to rebuild their home. Clearing land so that churches may resume services … […]


The healing power of God

By Crystal Graham freepress@ntelos.net (This is the fifth installment in a six-part series on The Valley Responds, an effort that links the Shenandoah Valley with residents of Long Beach, Miss.) Sunday religious services along the Gulf Coast have been very different since Hurricane Katrina knocked out most of the church structures in Long Beach, Miss. […]


Life is an adventure

By Crystal Graham freepress@ntelos.net (This is the fourth installment in a six-part series on The Valley Responds, an effort that links the Shenandoah Valley with residents of Long Beach, Miss.) To the average person, a sunflower growing by the roadside isn’t anything unusual. Marsha Allen, however, found it strange. Because the bright yellow sunflower had […]


Rebuilding their home, lives

By Crystal Graham freepress@ntelos.net (This is the third installment in a six-part series on The Valley Responds, an effort that links the Shenandoah Valley with residents of Long Beach, Miss.) Running alongside Highway 90, with breathtaking views of the Gulf Coast, is a narrow driveway leading to 629 Scenic Drive. One can imagine that this […]


A Halloween to remember

By Crystal Graham freepress@ntelos.net (This is the second installment in a six-part series on The Valley Responds, an effort that links the Shenandoah Valley with residents of Long Beach, Miss.) In Long Beach, Miss., children celebrated Halloween just like most children here in Virginia. At school, the children were outside getting their faces painted – […]