WAYNESBORO — All six Republican candidates for the 6th District congressional seat have been invited to participate in a forum set for Jan. 27 at Blue Ridge Community College's Plecker Center. The forum is set to start at 3 p.m. on Jan. 27 and is free and open to the public.
WAYNESBORO — A commercial developer has purchased an area near the entrance of Waynesboro's Town Center shopping plaza, a deal that will likely lead to a small strip development of four to five new businesses there.
FISHERSVILLE — Dr. Tom Pereles is not only a local orthopedic surgeon who performs intricate hip and knee replacements on patients each week, but a Waynesboro resident with deep ties to the community served by Augusta Health.
WAYNESBORO — Lisa Rock and her six-piece band will bring the music of the Carpenters back to life on the Wayne Theatre stage Saturday in an afternoon and an evening show of “A Carpenters Christmas.”
FISHERSVILLE — The Wilson Memorial High School swim team competed in the annual Ben Hair Memorial Swim Meet Tuesday night at the University of Virginia Aquatic and Fitness Center in Charlottesville.
We ended Monday's editorial with former Gov. Terry McAuliffe's failed attempts to expand Medicaid. As we noted previously, the former governor has never been adept at reaching across the aisle, and that only alienated him further from the GOP. McAuliffe might have been able to finagle concessions from Republicans, if not on Medicaid then in other areas, had he the humility and political will to meet them halfway.
RICHMOND — Outgoing Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe touted his record on economic development Wednesday in his final annual address to state lawmakers, yet said his proudest achievement was restoring voting and other civil rights to thousands of felons who had finished their sentences.