A new poultry processing plant is opening in Harrisonburg, providing about 102 full-time jobs.
Shenandoah Processing is expected to invest over $2 million in the project.
The company also plans to purchase an additional $160 million of Virginia grown poultry over the next three years to serve the growing market for organically raised and "all-natural" chicken.
The facility is expected to process approximately 20,000 birds a day in year one, to 50,000 birds a day in year three.
(Metro) Virginia is getting an overall grade of "D" in a national survey of gun laws.
The Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence and the Law Center To Prevent Gun Violence rank Virginia 21st on a list of states with the strongest gun laws.
California and Connecticut are listed as the top two, while Alaska and Arizona rank at the bottom.
Christmas is in just more than two weeks, and the local SPCA has a special countdown underway to highlight its needs around this time of year. The 12 Saves of Christmas is a campaign that highlights 12 different success stories coming out of the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA.
An Our Town Charlottesville will be held on Thursday, Dec. 12th for residents of the 10th & Page neighborhood.
Justin Anderson's game-tying three-point attempt was long as Virginia suffered its second straight loss.
Top-seeded Virginia fell to UCLA in penalty kicks in a College Cup semifinal Friday night.
Wake Forest has announced that Bowling Green's Dave Clawson has agreed to become the Demon Deacons' next football coach.
The Orange Stingers 12U football team won the AAU National Championship Sunday in Orlando.
Two-thirds of Uruguayans oppose a government-run marijuana industry, according to opinion polls.
Hundreds of police started storming a protest camp in the central square of the Ukrainian capital on Tuesday, clashing with demonstrators as they tried to dismantle barricades.
The Truth Commission of the city council of Brazil's biggest city said Tuesday that the car accident that killed former President Juscelino Kubitschek in 1976 was a setup ordered by the military regime that then ruled Latin America's biggest country.
Aid officials in Central African Republic say more than 500 people have been killed over the past week in sectarian fighting.