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The city is seeking the public's feedback on four different designs as part of phase three of the South River Greenway project.
Cosmological tool helps scientists know what makes up the universe.
Since 1971, the Waynesboro Choral Society has performed 348 times in 65 venues.
Many local businesses are starting their Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday deals early or extending them through Christmas in order to decrease foot traffic and reach more consumers.
Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente announced that backup quarterback Quincy Patterson has entered the transfer portal.
Liberty almost erased a nine-point deficit in the final two minutes, but a costly turnover opened the door for the Horned Frogs to secure a 56-52 victory at T-Mobile Arena in Kansas City, Missouri.
Mother nature has extended our fishing opportunities with some accommodating weather and the delayed harvest regulations assure fishermen that plenty of trout are there to be caught.
The holidays are the final chapter in a year showcasing the power of a pandemic and its ability to shatter norms.
News Virginian columnist says there are no subordinate faiths in America.
A woman was killed in an ATV crash Saturday in Augusta County, according to a press release from the Virginia State Police.
Douglas B. Truslow was released by the state magistrate on an unsecured bond.
Police said the Stuarts Draft woman wanted in connection to a shooting in Fishersville has turned herself in.
The alleged shooter turned himself in to police and the victim has been released from the hospital.
Residents of Waynesboro and Augusta County will join voters across the U.S. in casting their votes in Tuesday's General Election.
A federal judge Wednesday extended the deadline for registering to vote until 11:59 p.m. Thursday in light of a construction accident that shut down the online voter registration system for several hours Tuesday, which was originally the last day to register.
"The president badly fumbled that question last week. There's no way around that. And he badly fumbled it in the Charlottesville case, as well."
Virginia voting is off to an active start, with tens of thousands of people hitting the polls during the 45-day early voting period.
Malls, mail, and Zoom could help get your list into Santa's hands!
Not all Thanksgiving dishes are as they appear
These are some of the strangest items TSA won't let you bring in your carry-on bag.
Gross or brilliant? You decide.
Weary Americans aren't the only ones waiting for a vaccine. Criminals are, too. Here's how to watch out for scams as a vaccine nears.
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