WAYNESBORO — Law enforcement agencies are asking the public to be the "eyes and ears" of their local communities in an effort to reduce the sale and use of illicit drugs in the area. To help with that mission, the multi-agency Skyline Drug Task Force has launched ReportADrugDealer.com — a website for anonymous tips.
A deal to bring SkyWest Airlines to Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport was given a thumbs up by the airport’s commission Thursday morning, the first step in bringing the regional airline on board as SVRA’s new passenger carrier.
STUARTS DRAFT — From warty to smooth, small to large and orange to white, it's more than likely that a place like Milmont Greenhouses and Garden Center will have a pumpkin to your liking this fall.
WAYNESBORO — A visit to Coyner Springs Park this weekend is also a visit back in time to the 1860s when the northern states in the U.S. and the southern states were at war. Waynesboro at War is hosting the Civil War Weekend with reenactments, complete with horses, uniforms and weapons.
WAYNESBORO — On a night that saw DaJuan Moore crowned homecoming king by the classmates he roams the hallways with daily, the senior quarterback was also ruler of the gridiron.
Protesters’ shrouding of the Thomas Jefferson statue last week at the University of Virginia was unsettling and ill-omened. And it wasn’t just the shrouding itself that was the problem; it was all the rhetoric that accompanied it — including signs claiming that Mr. Jefferson was a “racist” and a “rapist.”
VERONA — Delegate Steve Landes is campaigning for November re-election to his House District 25 seat, but the incumbent also wants to know what is happening now in the Shenandoah Valley economy.