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During the recent employee campaign for the Augusta Health Foundation, employees donated $104,489 to patient programs and funds.
The Augusta County Library will host a Yoga for a Cause class at 9:15 a.m. Saturday, June 11 at its Fishersville Location.
Zachary A. Porter, 26, of Staunton, was found murdered in the driveway at a residence at 25 Jericho Road in Fishersville Sunday morning.
Youth with disabilities participating in a job skills academy will demonstrate a solar-powered water filtration unit they built at WWRC.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is requesting your help in identifying two people of interest in a burglary investigation.
Augusta Health celebrated Nurses’ Day on Friday, May 6 by recognizing nurses for their education and professional development.
The Augusta Health Stroke Program has received the Get with the Guidelines Silver Plus Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
Wilson area schools were put on lockdown after a report that a 17-year-old male in possession of a handgun was reported to be despondent.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office responded on Wednesday to a report of a larceny at a business in the 2400 block of Jefferson Highway in Fishersville.
Augusta County Library is currently displaying the winners of its annual bookmark design contest at the Fishersville Library.
Augusta Health celebrated Nursing Excellence Day, an educational and recognition day for outstanding achievements in nursing.
Augusta Health and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) are teaming up for the 2015 International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Each year, new providers join the Augusta Health Medical Staff. While some are employed by Augusta Medical Group, others are associated with independent practices who are affiliated with Augusta Health. All providers who join the staff are recognized annually at a welcome reception.
Vic Gilchrist, senior vice president, commercial banking, at SunTrust, presents a check for $5,000 to Augusta Health Foundation Executive Tami Radecke to support the Cancer Services Bridge Fund.
Bridge Christian Church contracted with Augusta Free Press to assist with the rollout of its new name, which became official on Sept. 1.
Augusta County Library has joined forces with the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities to offer Talking Service, a reading and discussion program for veterans and their families.
Individuals with spinal cord injuries, amputation, degenerative diseases of the nervous system, MS, muscular dystrophy, CP, spina bifida, or other ambulation challenges, are invited to participate in a program that combines physical therapy and adaptive skiing.
On Sept. 1, Blue Ridge Church of Christ in Fishersville will be known by a new name – Bridge Christian Church.
Augusta Health recently honored the recipients of this year’s Dick Graham Scholarship. The scholarship is giving annually to a child of an employee of Augusta Health, named in honor of the hospital’s first CEO, Dick Graham. Most years, one scholarship is given, but this year, the Community Benefit Committee selected two recipients.
Spirit FM 90.1 will be partnering with the Fishersville-based non-profit Love in the Name of Christ for the second annual “Love Your Neighbor” Day of Service.
Country music star Ronnie McDowell will perform at Augusta Expoland in Fishersville on Saturday, Aug. 29.
Elizabeth Creamer, advisor for workforce development to Virginia’s Secretary of Commerce and Trade, will speak at the July 1 ceremony celebrating the new name for the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center.
Augusta Health Cancer Program’s Cancer Survivors Day Celebration coming up on Sunday will be an afternoon of Meaningful Mindfulness: Celebrating Life in the Moment for Cancer Survivors and their Families.