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3 hrs ago | WHSV-TV Harrisonburg
Several inches of snow have already accumulated, and more is forecast through Monday morning.
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7 hrs ago | The Daily News-Record
It appears the bulk of the snowstorm that began Sunday afternoon has now moved to the north, though intermittent snow showers will likely continue in some parts of the central Valley this morning.
The crash happened around 5:30 Sunday afternoon in the southbound lanes at mile marker 206 near the Spottswood area in Augusta County.
Spring is just days away but winter is not leaving quietly. Just as the trees started blooming and the birds started chirping, another round of snow and ice was bearing down Sunday on the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic.
All three area localities are set to approve budgets for the 2014-2015 fiscal year this coming week.
Born Aug. 14, 1946, in Augusta County, he was a son of James Calvin and Helen Wood.
Cole Heizer climbs back into his tractor after dropping off a bale of hay to feed his cattle at Trotwood Farm on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014, in Staunton.
The Augusta County Historical Society will bring nearly 300 years of military history to its spring meeting Sunday with a general who was one of a local unit's most recent commanders.
The United States Postal Inspection Service is investigating an explosive device found in a mailbox along Hewitt Road in Swoope on Wednesday.
Augusta County appears to be out about $4 million, and with uncertainty from Richmond, school leaders must decide by next week how they'll close the gap.
"I just moved here in June, I have friends, but it was just really upsetting because I just like to live a quiet life," says Montaro.
After allegedly stealing a man's cell phone in December, "as a favor" the suspect waited until Christmas was over to demand a $1,000 ransom, the victim testified Thursday.
The roster for the Augusta County Board of Supervisors is once again full. Carolyn Bragg was sworn in Wednesday night as interim supervisor.
From teacher pay, to support staff funding, to pension plan changes, local educators say recent policy changes have left them scrambling to adjust in an era when state-per-pupil spending hasn't recovered to 2009 levels.