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STAUNTON — As the clock was about to strike noon on Wednesday, President Pamela Fox declared "we are now Mary Baldwin University."

WAYNESBORO — Waynesboro police have released photos of the suspect in last weekend’s suspected “skimming” scam at a DuPont Community Credit Union ATM on Lucy Lane in Waynesboro.


WAYNESBORO — Cadets stood at attention as guidons and traditions were passed down to new leaders. Today was the year's first formation at Fishburne Military School. It marked a beginning for not only new cadet commanders, but also new Superintendent Capt. Mark Black.

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.

HOT SPRINGS — Riverheads remained unbeaten to start its 2016 campaign with a 25-16, 25-16, 25-14 sweep of Bath County on the road Wednesday night.

Donald Trump’s approach to immigration is a practical-minded strategy that holds the promise of defusing an incendiary debate while recognizing political and labor market realities. Donald Trump’s approach to immigration is a humanitarian and economic disaster that will sunder families, upend communities and subvert American workplaces and businesses.

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.

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