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A small segment of readers seems to think posting comments to the effect that AFP is “biased” in its reporting might shame the editors into silence.
You don’t have money for TV, radio, big newspaper ads, but you still need to get in front of customers and potential clients. But how?
Augusta Free Press explores social media marketing and offers our tips for success in this week’s Building the Machine class.
The AFP Building the Machine marketing class series continues with editor Chris Graham presenting Mobile Websites 101.
OneVirginia2021 will lead a forum on nonpartisan redistricting on Tuesday, July 12, at the Staunton Public Library.
Charles Haney Jr. has been named city assessor for the City of Staunton, effective July 1, 2016. He succeeds Jim Gallaher, who retired after serving as the City’s assessor for 27 years.
The American Shakespeare Center is getting ready to open the third show in its Summer/Fall Season, William Shakespeare’s King Lear.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library has opened a new exhibit called, “I Believe in Democracy,” to shed light on presidential politics then and now.
Valley Community Services Board and Lock & Talk Virginia present safeTALK, a suicide alertness class for community members, on Friday, July 8, in Staunton.
Mary Baldwin College transitions to Mary Baldwin University, under which a new academic structure with four colleges is emerging.
Staunton Deputy Fire Marshal Perry Weller is advising families to leave the fireworks entertainment to the professionals this July 4th.
Students from 22 states across the nation and 15 countries from around the globe will participate in the 20th Anniversary Heifetz International Music Institute.
The Staunton Police Department reports the arrest of Darius James Johnson, 28, of Staunton in the church break-in case.