STAUNTON — A former Nexus Services employee was acquitted of two misdemeanor charges of computer harassment of a current Nexus employee Thursday in Augusta County General District Court. David Briggman of Keezletown, had been charged with two counts of the Class 1 misdemeanor in warrants taken out by Eric Schneider, a current Nexus employee.
WAYNESBORO — The biggest local stories emerging from Tuesday's release of 2016-17 Standards of Learning tests were the dramatic increases recorded by individual schools in Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County on specific test areas.
WAYNESBORO — St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church held a ceremonial groundbreaking last month on its new parish on 13 acres off Lew DeWitt Boulevard in the Pratts Run subdivision.
WAYNESBORO — Music has a way of bringing people together and on Aug. 19 Valley Music Academy and Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church hope it will bring the community together. The inaugural Valley Music Fest will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church.
STAUNTON – Robert E. Lee High School put up another impressive early season performance with a victory over Wilson Memorial, Fort Defiance and East Rockingham in a nine-hole, four-team match at Gypsy Hill Golf Club Monday evening.
IT TOOK four days for President Trump to utter Heather Heyer’s name, in a tweet, and it appears that no one from his administration bothered to attend her memorial service on Wednesday. But Ms. Heyer, who died Saturday protesting the racist goons who descended on Charlottesville, hardly needed official Washington’s imprimatur.
WAYNESBORO — Sixth District Rep. Bob Goodlatte already has opposition for his bid to win a 14th term next year. Peter Volosin, a 31-year-old Roanoke resident and regional planner, said he will seek the Democratic nomination to oppose Goodlatte in 2018.