A unique art exhibit was at Staunton Augusta Art Center on Monday night.
Posted: 10:57 AM
The city of Harrisonburg has a system set up that can predict traffic patterns through cameras and other equipment.
Updated: 7:31 AM
Harrisonburg City Council will be meeting to talk about the budget for the upcoming year with the intent to pass it on Tuesday night.
Updated: 7:08 AM
Andrea Jackson was the only person to voice her opinion at the Waynesboro City Council public hearing on increasing taxes.
Updated: 6:46 AM
A drunk driver crashes into a store building in Timberville, and now neighbors are concerned for their safety.
Updated: 6:48 AM
It's a proposal that could cost tax payers in Harrisonburg lots of money.
"The city's portion is estimated to cost nine point seven five million dollars," said Charles Chenault, Vice Mayor to the City of Harrisonburg.
Updated: 6:53 AM
Local law enforcement officers are celebrating National Police Week, seven days to remember the sacrifices officers make on the job.
Updated: 12:49 PM
Farmers in the Valley are getting ready for the colder temperatures, particularly fruit farmers.
Updated: 6:42 AM
An FBI agent in Stafford County is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of his estranged wife.
Posted: 11:57 AM
Some people in the Valley are displaying their art but it's not the average exhibit.
Updated: 7:33 AM
Downtown Harrisonburg may be getting a new addition to help beautify the city.
Updated: 7:34 AM
New numbers show that two Valley counties have the highest number of suicides in the state.
Updated: 7:54 AM
A bill on Capitol Hill can effect historic battlefields in the Valley and the rest of the United States if it passes.
Posted: 11:41 PM
Area businesses met today at Eastern Mennonite University to discuss health care reform.
Updated: 6:33 PM
With Mother's Day on Sunday, many people are looking to buy flowers. Local flower shop workers have seen a significant increase in sales the past few days.
Updated: 6:32 PM
Deaf and blind students are learning about life outside the classroom by growing their own garden.
Updated: 6:32 PM
Some of the Republican candidates for Virignia's lieutenant governor met with voters Friday afternoon.
Updated: 6:20 PM
Police are looking for a man involved in a high speed chase.
Posted: 4:37 PM
After the never ending winter and a so far stormy spring, you won't imagine what else Mother Nature has in store for us; cicadas! After a 17 year absence, these bugs are making an appearance in the Valley.
Updated: 6:20 PM
Thursday night, the school board approved an average of a 4 percent raise for its teachers. The board unanimously approved this plan to increase employee salaries. It would be the first raise in four years.
Updated: 6:12 PM
The Mabel Memorial Schoolhouse could be relocated to Augusta County soon.
Updated: 1:30 PM
A man, who made and sold methamphetamine from his home, will spend 3.5 years in prison.
Posted: 11:25 AM
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine is traveling to Slaughter Pen battlefield in Fredericksburg to promote a bipartisan bill to reauthorize the American Battlefield Protection Program.
Posted: 10:07 AM
People will be hitting the streets of Harrisonburg walking for chocolate and it's also a chance for them to support the Collins Center.
Posted: 8:30 AM
Social services for Harrisonburg and Rockingham county will soon have another building, which will mean more space.
Updated: 6:56 AM
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