Visitors to Ridgeview Park this weekend may just see a coterie of ghosts, goblins and other creatures. Unlike the ghouls that will take to the streets and go door-to-door Monday evening, though, many of these spooky specters will have four legs.
HARRISONBURG — An anti-discrimination organization said Wednesday it is asking both the Virginia and U.S. attorneys general to investigate Augusta County Commissioner of the Revenue Jean Shrewsbury, Harrisonburg Commissioner of the Revenue Karen Rose and G. Ray Ergenbright, an employee of both offices.
WAYNESBORO — For the second time in less than a week, Kate Collins Middle School was the target of a bomb threat Monday afternoon. It’s the third time since the academic year began in August that KCMS has been evacuated due to a bomb threat, and the fourth overall for Waynesboro Public Schools this school year.
WEYERS CAVE — A clear, blue sky greeted four World War II planes and history buffs Wednesday at Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, where the public was invited to not only hear stories about “the Greatest Generation that ever lived,” but to see, touch and climb up inside the planes members of that generation flews in combat from 1941 to 1945.
FISHERSVILLE — From welding to table setting, seventh-graders explored a variety of potential careers on Wednesday. Students from 12 middle schools gathered at Expo in Fishersville for the Worlds of Work career fair. The event's goal is to spark creativity and inspire children for their future careers.
WAYNESBORO – Robert E. Lee volleyball coach Jan Williams has grown fond over the past few seasons of being a member of the Valley District. While her team has participated in the Conference 36 tournament each postseason against Group 2A schools, they have enjoyed the competition of 3A teams in the Valley to help improve their game throughout the regular season.
Donald Trump is dangerously undermining American democracy when he repeatedly claims – with no evidence whatsoever – that the upcoming presidential election is “rigged.”
STUARTS DRAFT — Corn planted on Stuarts Draft land in June to show opposition to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline was harvested Friday. The sacred corn -- called "seeds of resistance" -- rests on land that is part of the proposed path of the 600-mile natural gas pipeline. The pipeline path includes about 55 miles of Augusta County.