Updated: 02/21/2005 - Monday is President's Day and what better place to celebrate the holiday than the birthplace of a president?
Updated: 02/21/2005 - Meet the voice behind the microphone at WKDW. He's Kris Neil, the local personality country fans turn to every morning.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - Many offices will be closed Monday for Presidents Day and that will affect some local services.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - New information may be coming on the new RMH.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - Valley Congressman Bob Goodlatte says President Bush's signing of the "Class Action Fairness Act" corrects a serious flaw in our federal statutes.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - Flames were showing from the road when crews responded to a fire in Rockingham County Sunday night.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - Car versus tree sent one driver to the hospital early Sunday in northern Augusta County.
Updated: 02/20/2005 - How well do you know your family tree? Well enough to trace it back 140 years? That was the objective Saturday in Waynesboro.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - Businesses keep popping up in Staunton and at least two of them have minorities running the show.
Updated: 02/24/2005 - Walk into Ware Elementary on Friday and you walked back in time.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - They're waiting for House approval that would make the site a haven for new development in the Valley.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - Labor talks with union reps have just started and the union is reporting some tension.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - The Sidus Group is the first business selected to move into the downtown innovation center at One Court Square.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - If you don't have it you know someone who does, the flu is back in the valley.
Updated: 02/18/2005 - Cattle producers from around the Valley gathered in Verona on Thursday night.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - One Valley organization is getting a helping hand to continue cleaning up its neighborhoods.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - Early Thursday morning a federal jury in Abingdon decided against the death penalty for Brent Simmons.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - A federal jury decided early Thursday morning to spare the life of a man convicted twice in the murders of two James Madison University students.
Updated: 02/17/2005 - Caroline Warns is ten years old and loves to ride her horse along the back roads of Rockingham County.