WAYNESBORO — A large-scale replica of the Shenandoah Valley that sits in the local tourist information center on Afton Mountain has undergone a comprehensive facelift.

MOUNT CRAWFORD — A 4-year-old girl who went missing Wednesday night from Smyth County was found safe in Rockingham County, nearly 200 miles away, early Thursday morning, according to police. 


WAYNESBORO — Members of local fire departments came together recently for a class called “Communicating with your Community” — the goal of which, as you might guess, was learning to more effecitively communicate with local residents in the departments' continuing efforts to educate their communities on fire prevention and safety.

WAYNESBORO— The Flame of Hope is traveling across the state, on its way to Richmond to light the cauldron and officially open the Virginia Summer Special Olympic Games.

WAYNESBORO — On the banks of the South River, the self-proclaimed “biggest outdoor shag dance party ever” took place on Saturday. People set out to cut a rug at Constitution Park, in front of the river. The South River Shag was presented by the Wayne Theatre. It was a dance party featuring music from The Chairmen of the Board, The Fantastic Shakers and Erin & The Wildfire.

WAYNESBORO - Just 24 hours prior, the Waynesboro Generals watched as everything seemed to go their way in a victory over Strasburg.

President Donald Trump’s much-prophesied destruction of the Republican Party has yet to come to pass and, for now at least, appears to be mainly wishful thinking on the part of progressives. 

WAYNESBORO — Michele Edwards is a former special education teacher and a strong proponent of Virginia's public schools — experience and passion she hopes to bring to the House of Delegates. Edwards, a 49-year-old Staunton resident, is the Democratic nominee and one of two candidates seeking to unseat House District 20 incumbent Del. Dickie Bell in November.

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