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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Plan includes funding for some local projects

The Commonwealth Transportation Board's draft six-year plan of $13.1 billion for roads and bridges released last week contains continued funding for vital projects in the region such as the Interstate 64 Exit 91 improvements in Fishersville and a new Main Street Bridge over the South River in Waynesboro.

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Mustangs edge Lady Giants

With just one win on the season, the Waynesboro girls soccer team was desperate for a victory at home on Tuesday night against visiting Monticello.

  • icon Posted: April 22

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New performance personal for Staunton actors

Since that terrible April 16, seven years ago, the day of the worst mass shooting in American history perpetrated by a man who suffered from a mental illness, a spotlight has been cast on a set of diseases that the US Department of Health and Human Services states affects one in four people nationwide.

  • icon Updated: April 16

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Reid, Boehner, Cantor and the Lame Duck

Polls indicate that Republicans may win a majority in the U. S. Senate on November 4. While that would be a very positive event, the de-throning of Democrat Majority Leader Harry Reid may trigger an attempt to pass amnesty for illegal aliens.

  • icon Posted: April 23

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Layers of love tied in faith

On Friday, a magnitude-7.2 earthquake was registered near Acapulco, Mexico, and early reports did not claim any major damage. 

  • icon Updated: Yesterday

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Online poll

Which candidate do you want representing Virginia in the U.S. Senate?

Sen. Mark Warner has multiple challengers this year for his seat. They include four Republicans and Libertarian Robert Sarvis. The four Republicans are Tony DeTora, Ed Gillespie, Shak Hill and Chuck Moss, who will face off in a primary to determine which one advances to the November election.

Total Votes: 554

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