WAYNESBORO — Law enforcement and medical experts offered a nearly three-hour tutorial Monday night on the drug plague that impacts Waynesboro and the surrounding area. But the inevitable conclusion after much information was offered to a community crowd at Waynesboro High School's Spilman Auditorium was that drugs can't be merely curbed or stopped by police.
Mary Baldwin College expects up to 1,200 guests Wednesday morning to celebrate the college's 175th anniversary and official launch as a university.
It was a different kind of fair for a different kind of art. But the Virginia Street Arts Festival in Waynesboro on Saturday was no less fun, festive or creative than your traditional art showcase.
WAYNESBORO—A door slams shut behind people as they walk into the dressing room. They look around frantically: a clown wig, red nose, make up and locks; lots of locks. A clock flashes 60 minutes and begins to count down. Sixty minutes is all they have to find clues, crack the codes and escape from the murder scene.
STUARTS DRAFT – Tuesday evening may have been a school night but the Fort Defiance volleyball team decided to have a block party. The Indians racked up 39 total blocks on the evening as they held off Stuarts Draft 27-25, 26-28, 22-25, 25-17, 17-15 in a five-set thriller on the road.
"I didn't leave the Democratic Party," Ronald Reagan once said. "The party left me." During a Monday-morning interview with The Times-Dispatch editorial board, Gary Johnson said much the same about the GOP.
CRIMORA — Protesters opposed to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline lined U.S. 340 in Crimora Monday prior to Gov. Terry McAuliffe's arrival at the Virginia Department of Forestry Center.