County anticipates new Va. 636

- After years of hoping, planning and partnerships, Augusta County's long-sought goal of connecting the U.S. 250 corridor directly to the regional hospital has a path to reality that's opened between enormous piles of dirt.

Article/Video: Lifecore Drive Project Makes Progress in Augusta

- The Lifecore Drive project, aimed at advancing a thriving part of Fishersville, is making some big strides. Project managers say the construction, which has long been in the works, is now at the midway point. When completed, Lifecore Drive is expected to attract new businesses and services to the area.

Article/Video: Road Project, Developments Part of Local Growth

- A road project in Fishersville has reached its halfway point. And when the rubber meets the road, it could help boost the local economy.

Article: Lifecore Drive project moves toward completion

- Progress on the one-mile Lifecore Drive is visible. The $16 million project -- which will connect Augusta Health and Mary Baldwin College's new Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences with U.S. 250 and the Myers Corner Development in Fishersville-- is about 50 percent complete and will be finished next spring.

New road paves way for development possibilities: Route 636 revealed

- Fishersville’s newest road improvement project, Route 636, also known as Lifecore Drive, is now visible. The thoroughfare, including a bridge over the CSX railroad tracks, will connect Route 250 near the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center and the Wilson Memorial Complex to Tinkling Springs Road (Route 608).