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Past articles by Tara:

Bikers Against Child Abuse in Waynesboro supporting 2 alleged victims

A couple dozen bikers were in Waynesboro Monday supporting two young alleged victims of sexual assault. → Read More

Staunton superintendent calls for Va. to lift funding cap amid teacher shortage crisis

The school district is dealing with a teacher shortage, and Superintendent Garett Smith says it is a crisis. → Read More

Augusta Health kicks off community health assessment survey

If you get a call from Augusta PCR it is not a scam, it’s Augusta Health. The hospital is conducting its triennial community heath needs assessment; a survey that helps identify the biggest health needs in the community. → Read More

Waynesboro couple visits every Virginia state park in one year

A couple in Waynesboro has earned their master hiker status. That means they hiked every state park in Virginia. → Read More

Waynesboro teachers on track to get average 6.5% raise

As long as the state funding doesn’t change, Waynesboro teachers and school staff are on track to get an average 6.5% raise, thanks to an increase in funding. → Read More

Staunton schools nutrition director warns people about meat allergy caused by tick bites

A woman in the Shenandoah Valley aims to use her first-hand experience with Alpha-Gal Syndrome to help people know what’s out there. → Read More

Augusta Co. uses ARPA funds to help sheriff’s office, improve Government Center

Augusta County is figuring out how to spend its American Rescue Plan Act funds. → Read More

Augusta County Schools to make masks optional on Valentine’s Day, with contingencies

Augusta County Schools will become mask-optional in three weeks. → Read More

Augusta Co. School Board extends application deadline for open seat

The Augusta County School Board started the new year with an open sea, and it’s extended the deadline to apply. → Read More

Staunton to hold special meeting about Augusta courts

Staunton City Council is holding a special meeting to talk about the Augusta County Courts. → Read More

Staunton’s first African-American baseball team recognized

Staunton is recognizing the city’s first African-American baseball team, the Wild Cats. → Read More

More than 200 holiday inflatables displayed at Mount Sidney home

After taking last year off during the height of the pandemic, a family in Mount Sidney has brought back a beloved holiday tradition. → Read More

Staunton delays decision on Augusta courthouse move

Augusta County wants to move its courts out of downtown Staunton and into Verona. Thursday night, Staunton City Council postposed its decision on whether or not to stand behind the county. → Read More

Destination Downtown Waynesboro to host first annual Holiday Market

The Waynesboro Holiday Market is Saturday, December 4, from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. → Read More

Saturdays in December offering holiday festivities in downtown Staunton

You can see toys, new and old, on display at Santa’s Workshop. → Read More

Augusta County brewery donates milk and cookies to BRAFB

Santa enjoyed milk and cookies Tuesday at Stable Craft Brewing at Hermitage Hill. → Read More

Staunton artist creates calendar to support downtown

A Staunton artist is using her talents to support downtown. → Read More

Legacy Tree Project reaches goal of planting one tree for every Staunton City Schools student

“We did it. We planted 2,746 trees in just one single year." → Read More

Staunton PD celebrates ‘No-Shave November’ raising money for charity

For just $25 donated to their favorite charity, Staunton police officers can give their razors a rest. → Read More

Hartless defeats incumbent Robertson for Staunton Sheriff

People in Staunton were tasked with electing a new sheriff, and the result was an upset Tuesday. Chris Hartless is the presumed winner with 56% of the vote beating out incumbent Matt Robertson. → Read More