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WAYNESBORO  — Taxation and regulations — and their impact on small businesses — dominated a meeting at Stablecraft Brewing Thursday night that featured Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie and two local General Assembly members.

WAYNESBORO — A classmate of the two Waynesboro High School students critically injured in Monday's two-car crash on West Main Street has organized a candlelight vigil, scheduled for this Saturday, to show support for the injured boys and their families.

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WAYNESBORO – In a bizarre case that so far has police and residents stumped, at least seven cats in Waynesboro’s Tree Streets neighborhood have been shaved since December without their owners’ permission, according to Waynesboro Police.

WAYNESBORO — Waynesboro's annual Virginia Chili Blues N' Brews Festival combines spicy food with powerful music each September.

WAYNESBORO — The Waynesboro Players is undertaking one of its most massive productions ever — a show you can see tonight through Sunday at Kate Collins Middle School.

STUARTS DRAFT - It was a bizarre ending to a well-played baseball game.

In my opinion, Tom McDonald’s Letter to the Editor of April 23, 2017 (“Drug testing of welfare rolls, longer sentencing key to drug war,” The News Virginian, Perspectives page) urges a non-viable return to the failed “War on Drugs" for the following reasons:

WEYERS CAVE — Del. Steve Landes has been appointed to the Joint Subcommittee for Health and Human Resources Oversight. Landes, R-Weyers Cave, was appointed by House Appropriations Committee Chairman Chris Jones, R-Suffolk.

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