For years, Living Legacy, a nonprofit in the town of Luray, has worked to convert the old Andrew Jackson Schoolhouse into a rec center for the community. After its completion, the organization is looking at a new project.
Staunton City Schools (SCS) took to Facebook to announce the district is seeking public comment on its plan under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) fund.
Changes are coming to parking in Downtown, Harrisonburg Public Works reports, as the City begins to implement improvements allowing visitors to more easily find parking near their favorite shops and restaurants.
Route 254 along Hermitage Rd. in Augusta County has seen quite a bit of crashes over the past several years, with the most recent being the one that happened over the weekend, resulting in the death of a 12-year-old girl.
On Wednesday night, the Rockingham County Board of Supervisors had planned to hold a public hearing for the Boyer’s Crossing rezoning and development until the developer announced they were pulling out.
John Whitfield, Executive Director of Blue Ridge Legal Services, said Harrisonburg courts average about 90 eviction filings a month. In 2020, filings were down about a third and in the first three months of 2021 it was only a third, but he expect things to rapidly pick up.
Nearly 100 years after they were built, and almost four years since their near-removal sparked a violent white supremacist rally in the city, Charlottesville is getting rid of two confederate statues from two downtown parks.
Representatives from the Virginia Lottery and First Lady of Virginia Pam Northam surprised Shelly Hogge, a teacher from New Kent Middle School, with a once-in-a-lifetime prize stemming from their “Thank a Teacher” campaign.