Traci Moyer, The News Leader

Traci Moyer

The News Leader

Staunton, VA, United States

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Past articles by Traci:

Police: Trio wanted for Waynesboro store thefts

WAYNESBORO – Two women and a man are being sought for an alleged gift card theft from two Waynesboro grocery stores that police say appear to be part of a "larger organized criminal operation." → Read More

Cops strap on stilettos, raise awareness about violence

STAUNTON —Local law enforcement agencies put on heels to Walk a Mile in Her Shoes and stomp their way to finish the line helping raise awareness for domestic violence. → Read More

Injured man found lying along road near Staunton

STAUNTON — A late night accident has sent one man to the hospital after he was found lying on the side of a country road by a passerby. → Read More

Vector initiates $2 a Mile transportation campaign

WAYNESBORO — In an effort to offset transportation costs for its disabled workers, Vector Industries is launching a $2 a Mile Campaign. → Read More

New alert system available locally for seniors with Alzheimer’s

VERONA – The seconds and minutes between the time a person goes missing and the time they are found, are often fraught with emotions and fears. → Read More

Alleged threat to father, lands son in jail

WAYNESBORO —A Waynesboro man is out of jail following an alleged threat to his father that resulted in felony charges. → Read More

Free testing? You heard that right

STAUNTON —Mobile hearing center to visit Staunton for 'Hear Better, Live Better' health education event on Tuesday. → Read More

Valley aging services agency cuts 3 jobs over funding

STAUNTON —A loss of state and federal funding for the Valley Program for Aging Services Inc. is forcing the agency to decrease its $3 million budget by more than $200,000 and cut three paid positions, officials say. → Read More

Dozens tour Augusta County courthouse

STAUNTON — Judi Patterson had a number of questions while touring the Augusta County Courthouse on Saturday. I moved back to the area after being gone for about 40 years. → Read More

Community Child Care helps fill need in community

STAUNTON —The walls inside Beth Orebaugh’s office are covered in children’s artwork. → Read More

Virginia Medicaid pays for Zika insect repellents

Prescriptions for insect repellants are now covered in Virginia under Medicaid and other qualifying plans. → Read More

Study: slipping or tripping can increase odds of death

FISHERSVILLE —Stumbling on a curb, tripping on a carpet or sliding down a step can result in a nasty injury at any age, but for those 65 and older, a fall can result in life threatening injuries. → Read More

Packing the park for pets

STAUNTON —Wagging tails and preening pups kicked off the 23rd annual Pets in the Park on Saturday. → Read More

Statewide hepatitis warning includes Staunton locations

Individuals who consumed a smoothie from a Tropical Smoothie Cafe in Virginia that contained frozen strawberries, on August 5, 6, 7 or 8, 2016, may still benefit from vaccine or immune globulin to prevent hepatitis A. → Read More

Out of the Darkness walk sheds light on saving lives

STAUNTON — A higher goal and a name change are kicking off a second annual fundraiser designed to help raise funding and awareness when it comes to suicide. → Read More

Citizen scientists prepare to monitor water

STAUNTON — Scooping up a container of water, Kristine Adler, walked through the steps of testing water quality for streams in Virginia. → Read More

Family flees home after mold toxins found

WAYNESBORO —After months of being sick, Tammy Hornek and her family walked out of their home leaving 99 percent of their belongings behind. → Read More

Blues, brews and blistering heat in Staunton

STAUNTON — Blistering heat created broiling conditions Saturday as the eighth annual Shenandoah Valley Blues and Brews Festival kicked off. Despite the muggy conditions and hot asphalt beneath their feet, no one seemed to care. → Read More

Police investigating deadly Greenville accident

GREENVILLE — The Virginia State Police are investigating a single vehicle crash that occurred around 2:44 a.m. Saturday morning in Augusta County killing one person in the vehicle. → Read More

Man contacts police about video surveillance

WAYNESBORO – A man has contacted the Waynesboro Police Department after the agency requested the public’s assistance to help identify him. → Read More