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Past articles by Tara:

Bikers Against Child Abuse in Waynesboro supporting 2 alleged victims

A couple dozen bikers were in Waynesboro Monday supporting two young alleged victims of sexual assault. → Read More

Amazon to open fulfillment center in Fishersville

Amazon has its sights set on the Shenandoah Valley once again. → Read More

SCCF launching virtual event to connect entrepreneurs

The Shenandoah Community Capital Fund is launching its virtual Open Coffee Thursday, February 17. → Read More

Augusta Health kicks off community health assessment survey

If you get a call from Augusta PCR, it’s not a scam, it’s Augusta Health. The hospital is conducting its triennial community heath needs assessment. It’s a survey that helps identify the biggest health needs in the community. → Read More

Waynesboro couple visits every Virginia state park in one year

A couple in Waynesboro has earned their master hiker status. That means they hiked every state park in Virginia. → Read More

Waynesboro couple visits every Virginia state park in one year

A couple in Waynesboro has earned their master hiker status. That means they hiked every state park in Virginia. → Read More

Arcadia Project launches Music at the Movies series

The Arcadia Project is collaborating with Visulite Cinemas for “Music at the Movies”. → Read More

Augusta Co. uses ARPA funds to help sheriff’s office, improve Government Center

Augusta County is figuring out how to spend its American Rescue Plan Act funds. → Read More

Virginia Museum of Natural History to begin design phase of Waynesboro branch campus

The commonwealth has already given the thumbs up when it comes to opening up a branch campus of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Waynesboro. → Read More

People in Staunton digging themselves out after snowstorm

Monday was a big dig-out day in Staunton. One Staunton neighborhood saw about 8 inches of snow. → Read More

American Shakespeare Center announces 2022 season, new leadership team

American Shakespeare Center in Staunton is back. After taking the fall off, and a brief reopening for “A Christmas Carol”, ASC has announced its 2022 Season. → Read More

Staunton’s first African-American baseball team recognized

Staunton is recognizing the city’s first African-American baseball team, the Wild Cats. → Read More

$3,400 donation supports restoration of Augusta County African American records

People in the Shenandoah Valley could soon have an easier path to tracing their African American roots. → Read More

More than 200 holiday inflatables displayed at Mount Sidney home

After taking last year off during the height of the pandemic, a family in Mount Sidney has brought back a beloved holiday tradition. → Read More

Blue Ridge Area Food Bank and Martin’s host gingerbread house making contest

The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank and Martin’s hosted a gingerbread house making contest on Monday in Verona. → Read More

Saturdays in Dec. offering holiday festivities in Staunton

The Staunton Downtown Development Association (SDDA) is offering a trip down memory lane. → Read More

Virginia Tech superfan calls Waynesboro home

One of Virginia Tech football’s biggest fans lives extremely close to enemy territory. JD Wells, who lives in Waynesboro, has been going to Hokies games for decades. → Read More

New Staunton Recycling Drop-off Center hours announced

The Recycling Center at Staunton’s Gypsy Hill Park will have new hours after the Thanksgiving break. → Read More

Holiday hike-and-seek underway in Augusta County parks

Augusta County Parks and Recreation has brought back Clark in the Parks for a second year. → Read More

Charlottesville’s Grand Illumination tree from Fishersville

Charlottesville’s Grand Illumination tree is ready to go up on the Downtown Mall. The 30-foot tree is from a former Christmas tree farm in Fishersville. → Read More