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Past articles by Chelsea:

Rockingham County woman sews gifts to donate to Sentara RMH

It started with just one walker bag for a friend in joint therapy, but has turned into hundreds of items for strangers turned friends at the hospital. → Read More

Harrisonburg Craft and Chat for Charity gives back to community

From blankets, scarves, and hats to jewelry and other pieces of art, the Craft and Chat for Charity group is always looking to create something special to give to those in need. → Read More

Fulks Run Elementary School students spearhead trail project

Some third-graders at Fulks Run Elementary School are working to make a difference in their school and community. → Read More

Valley referee recognized by Virginia General Assembly for his 60 years of service

From volleyball to baseball and everything in between, Hite has been a dedicated and reliable referee for all sports in the Valley. → Read More

Woman in Rockingham County trains unadoptable horse to find a loving home

Each trainer is assigned a horse that would be unadoptable and has 100 days to train them to learn the skills needed to be adopted. Lezotte got Ferrari. → Read More

Page County Sheriff’s Inmate Garden produces purpose

It’s had an especially good yield this year. Sheriff Chad Cubbage said they’ve harvested 120 bushels of potatoes and sweet corn, around 300 bushels of cabbage, and the list goes on. → Read More

Rockingham County woman makes cards for community members

A woman in Rockingham County has made it her mission to spread joy by creating cards. → Read More

JMU alum starts nonprofit to help coaches who are facing hardships

Good coaches can make a big difference. That’s why a James Madison University football alum created a nonprofit aimed at giving back and helping coaches and their families in a time of need. → Read More

Waynesboro High School encouraging eligible students to register to vote

A teacher at Waynesboro High School is working to meet that challenge and have the voices of his students heard. → Read More

State prisons and Valley jails facing staffing shortages

The DOC is facing a shortage of more than 1,600 correctional officers. → Read More

COVID changes hotel industry and guest experience

Many hotels have enhanced their cleaning protocols and are working to limit contact with guests as much as possible. → Read More

Celebrate Virginia Farmers Market Week

Governor Ralph Northam has proclaimed August 1-7 to be Virginia’s Farmers Market week. → Read More

Dog rescues staying busy as animal shelters are overcrowded

Animal shelters in the valley are struggling to make room for pets coming through the door. → Read More

New rules expected to protect animals farmers against big companies

The goal is to increase competition in agriculture and bring an overall boost to farmers’ earnings. → Read More

AugustaK9Trails offers unique hydrotherapy service to dogs in the Valley

AugustaK9Trails in Staunton has been offering rehabilitative care, hydrotherapy and fitness programs to dogs in the area for just over a year now. → Read More

New law will double fine for illegal trash dumping

Littering is not only an eyesore and bad for the environment, but it can also create problems for farmers. → Read More

Virginia roads expected to be busy this Memorial Day weekend

Travel has rebounded following a dip in traffic counts last year as a result of the pandemic. → Read More

Mom reacts to attempted bus stop kidnapping of 11-year-old in Fla.

Amber Bonal, the girl’s mother, says she went back to school Wednesday, after nearly being taken in 12 seconds in broad daylight the day before. → Read More

Staunton awarded $300,000 for its west end

The City of Staunton was awarded $300,000 this week from the EPA’s Brownsfield Assessment Grant. → Read More

Chlorine shortage not expected to have much impact on public pools in the Valley

A chemical plant fire in Louisiana that happened last year is causing a shortage of chlorine tablets this summer. → Read More