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Saturday, August 29, 2015

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Waynesboro struggles with debt question

WAYNESBORO-Building a new school is expensive, especially when you don’t have the money on hand. As city council and school board members continue discussions over the future of Waynesboro High, part of the issue that keeps popping up is how much the city would actually be borrow, in order to pay for construction. 

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Gladiators pick up road win at Lee

GREENVILLE – Riverheads head football coach Robert Casto preached all season long that his team was filled with multiple guys capable of contributing to the vaunted Gladiators rushing attack.

  • icon Posted: August 28

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It’s time to speak up

I get to meet new people every day. Some work at the grocery store in Grottoes where I shop. Some eat at the restaurant in Waynesboro where I work a couple days a week. Some are the parents to my kids’ friends, some are the friends of folks who attend my church, some pop into my church on a Sunday morning just because they woke up and felt “something” telling them to. The new person I met today came to my house to fix a problem with my cable.

  • icon Posted: August 29

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Meadows Park prepares to host State Fair

The Meadow Event Park sits quietly in Dowsell. In just 31 days, rides, food, vendors other items will transform it into the Virginia State Fair. 

  • icon Posted: August 25

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What should happen to Waynesboro High?

Waynesboro city council will meet with school board members Aug. 27, to discuss the future of the high school and look at the different options. The school, built in 1937, has multiple structural issues to address.

Total Votes: 251

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