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Recent articles by Tara:

BRCC grant paying people to get trained in advanced manufacturing

People interested in the manufacturing industry have a opportunity in the Shenandoah Valley. → Read More

SDDA launches ‘Be Yourself in Downtown Staunton’

A new campaign in Staunton is encouraging people to celebrate their uniqueness. → Read More

$1.5M in grants to grow entrepreneur support in Shenandoah Valley

The Shenandoah Community Capital Fund is getting $1.5 million to grow entrepreneur support and businesses. → Read More

Marino’s Lunch in Staunton gets closer to reopening

A 100-year-old Staunton icon, darkened for a few years, may soon be filled again with light and music. → Read More

Staunton Schools hosts Bilingual Book Celebracion

Staunton City Schools hosted its first Bilingual Book Celebracion Friday at Bessie Weller Elementary School. → Read More

People gather in Verona to remember 3-year-old Khaleesi Cuthriell

In Verona, People gathered Tuesday night to remember Khaleesi Cuthriell. A vigil planned before the devastating news became a vigil for justice. → Read More

Augusta County LEAD program provides opportunity to avoid some felony charges

In Augusta County, a new program giving people the chance to avoid certain felony charges and stay out of jail is now up and running. It’s not easy, but the payoff could be a chance at a new life. → Read More

Staunton photographer empowering and connecting women with Skirt Project

A Staunton photographer is promoting body positivity and empowering women with the Skirt Project. → Read More

Staunton City Council gives green light on flood mitigation strategy

One year after flooding devastated Staunton causing an estimated $3.1 million in damage, the City has a plan. → Read More

VDOT holds public meeting about expanded I-81 at Staunton

VDOT is in the early stages of designing an expanded Interstate 81 and they’re getting feedback from the public. → Read More

Woodrow Wilson Library strives to tell whole story of a complicated legacy

The Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation in Staunton was created as a shrine to the 28th U.S. president. Now, it’s more complicated than that. Their new mission as an educational center has grown to include both the good and bad. → Read More

Staunton, Augusta, and Waynesboro Schools to host first SAW Style Clothing Closet

Shenandoah Valley Schools have found yet another way to work together to help families and care for students. They’re hosting a free clothing closet Friday, August 20, at Wilson Middle School in Fishersville. → Read More

Project Medicine Drop comes to Staunton Courthouse

Now people in Staunton can drop off unwanted medication year-round. → Read More

Staunton’s Gypsy Hill Park restoration gets final piece: the entrance sign

The Gypsy Hill Park gateway restoration is now complete. → Read More

20th district candidate Randall Wolf to go on 3-day bike tour

The democratic candidate for the 20th District house seat is kicking off a three-day tour this Friday, on his bike. → Read More

VDH: 669,219 total cases of COVID-19 in Virginia, 10,991 deaths

Check here for the latest Virginia Department of Health statistics on the status of COVID-19 in Virginia. → Read More

Waynesboro High School and families celebrate graduating seniors with parade

Waynesboro High School, together with families, celebrate graduating seniors with a car parade in downtown. → Read More

Staunton, Waynesboro public pools getting ready for Memorial Day weekend

Staunton and Waynesboro are getting their public pools ready to open for Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Staunton City Council talks tax rate, recycling, and school funding

Staunton City Council votes on its 2022 budget next week, but they still have some things to resolve. → Read More

COVID vaccines available for all Virginia adults beginning Sunday

This expansion comes as the Commonwealth reaches a new milestone in its vaccination program: Approximately half of all adults in Virginia have received at least one dose. → Read More