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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

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  • Search continues for missing Staunton teen

    Sheriff’s deputies are searching the area around Stayman Lane in Staunton today, looking for a teenage boy who went missing Monday afternoon. When Gus Mello was last seen, the teenager was doing yard work at his family’s home. That was at 11 a.m. Monday and when his parents didn’t hear from him, as he has no access to a vehicle and doesn’t have a cell phone, they got in touch with the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office.

WARM takes kids to school

WAYNESBORO-At first, they didn’t know what the room would be. Maybe another bedroom, to allow a family to move in? Maybe a game room for the kids in the house? In the end, the Waynesboro Area Refuge Ministry went in a different direction, creating a classroom for kids in their halfway house.

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Generals fall to Staunton thanks to Mother Nature

It started off as a pitcher’s duel. In fact, for the first four innings Tuesday night, Waynesboro Generals starter Will Montgomerie was throwing a perfect game. But a series of late errors created problems for Waynesboro, as they lost to Staunton 4-3.

  • icon Posted: June 30

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Misty Copeland named first black female principal at ABT

NEW YORK (AP) — Misty Copeland, the Missouri-born ballerina who's become a forceful voice for diversity in ballet and achieved a rare celebrity that far transcends dance, was named principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre on Tuesday — the first African-American woman to reach that status in the company's 75-year history.

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"Winter is coming"...along with new staff

“And now their watch has ended.” Well ok, maybe stealing a page from Game of Thrones isn’t such a good idea in this case.  George R.R. Martin’s books and the tv series do have a habit of making goodbyes fairly permanent, mostly involving death. That’s where the opening quote comes from.

  • icon Posted: July 01

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Forever connected, forever grateful

His life was so close to being over, and his big day almost never arrived. On Saturday, Waynesboro High School senior Lantae Spencer graduated with the class of 2015, but without the help of one attentive Waynesboro police officer, he could be dead.

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Online poll

Would you like to see the Virginia Fly Fishing Festival return to Waynesboro?

After 15 years in Waynesboro, the Virginia Fly Fishing Festival will move in 2016 to Meadows Events Park outside of Richmond, citing a lack of space to expand, among other things.

Total Votes: 216

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