STAUNTON — An adventuresome and sharp-witted speaker highlighted the commencement Sunday of Mary Baldwin University, the institution's first as a university.
STAUNTON — The chance to see an exact replica of Noah’s Ark an hour outside Cincinnati. Riding a cruise in the Bahamas under the sun. A day trip to New York City for shopping and to see the Statue of Liberty.
CRIMORA— No one has been put to sleep yet, according to the Crimora Players’ Irene Cash. The Crimora Players will host their summer dinner theatre show, “Larceny and Old Lace,” this Friday, Saturday and Sunday night at the Crimora Community Center.
FISHERSVILLE - It wasn’t always pretty but it got the job done. Wilson Memorial got past a slow start and used a big fourth inning to defeat Buffalo Gap 11-6 in the Conference 36 baseball quarterfinals Thursday night in Fishersville.
“Exhibit Challenges the Madison Myth” was the breathless headline. I’m jaded but I looked, titillated by the possibility of some long-undiscovered link between our fourth president and the New England Royalists of 1814.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sixth District Rep. Bob Goodlatte, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said the right decision was made to name a special counsel to oversee the FBI investigaton of Russia's efforts to influence the 2016 U.S. election.