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WAYNESBORO — Two mason jars and part of a one-gallon milk jug sat filled with coins in Christina Dorsey’s classroom. Students at Wenonah Elementary School filled the receptacles with spare change they brought in for the Change for Hope drive. The initiative not only raised money for a good cause, but also taught the children valuable lessons.


WAYNESBORO — For many, autumn means pretty leaves, pumpkins, fall festivals and Halloween activities. For the Wildlife Center of Virginia, it means plenty of fawns, bears, squirrels — and acorns. Lots of acorns.

WAYNESBORO—Children and adults pointed up at the sky, excitedly watching a rainbow of kites soar in the air. The Coyner Springs Kite Fly is an event for kite-lovers of all ages in Waynesboro’s back yard. However, the event is more than just flying kites.

WAYNESBORO — Entering Week 6 of the high school football season, three of the seven area schools remain unbeaten. While Stuarts Draft appears destined to remain that way with a match-up vs. winless Stonewall Jackson looming, Riverheads and Buffalo Gap are set to battle in Swoope on Friday night in a game that will see one team suffer its first loss of the season. 

The constitutional issue regarding eminent domain is complex, but some clarity might be shed by an upcoming Virginia Supreme Court decision linked to the controversial Atlantic Coast Pipeline.

WAYNESBORO — Sen. Bryce Reeves is approaching his Republican bid to become Virginia's next lieutenant governor much like he has other goals in his life: with relentless pursuit.

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