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WAYNESBORO — A bald eagle that suffered a gunshot wound is being cared for at the Wildlife Center of Virginia. This is the third bald eagle the center has heard of being shot recently. The eagle was found on May 18 in Louisa County. It was unable to fly and transported to the WCV.

WAYNESBORO — A 16-year-old Waynesboro resident is suspected in a string of vandalism cases that happened early Thursday morning in the city's Basic City area.


WAYNESBORO — An Augusta County man was sentenced to seven years in prison Wednesday after he pleaded guilty in Waynesboro Circuit Court to three drug-related charges.

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.

SHENANDOAH - It’s safe to say Garrett Campbell is enjoying his final days of high school. In fact, most of the seniors on the Stuarts Draft baseball team are. After graduating three nights earlier, a trio of seniors put up big performances as the Cougars defeated Page County 11-2 in the Conference 36 baseball championship Friday night.

In what American officials are calling one of the worst intelligence breaches in decades, in late 2010, the Chinese government began systematically dismantling the Central Intelligence Agency’s spy operations in that country.

GREENVILLE — Riverheads Elementary celebrated statewide recognition for a successful breakfast program Monday with a visit from Virginia First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe, Miss Virginia Michaela Sigmon and state Secretary of Education Dietra Trent.

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