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FISHERSVILLE — Having a birthday while sick in the hospital sounds like it would be a drag. But staff members at Augusta Health proved that doesn't have to be the case when they threw patient Roy Allen a party celebrating the big 101.

WAYNESBORO — Two Waynesboro residents have been charged in connection with a suspected lottery ticket embezzlement scheme at the 7-Eleven convenience store on West Main Street, according to police.


An elderly Augusta County woman fell victim to a telephone and internet scam earlier this month that took her for more than $7,000, according to the Augusta County Sheriff's Office. 

Nexus Services will give away scholarships in the central Shenandoah Valley next month. Totaling $100,000, the awards will be primarily based on an essay with the subject of “Community Trust in Police.”

WAYNESBORO — Schola Cantorum of Waynesboro will perform Brahm’s Requiem (in English) on Sunday, April 2, at 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 301 S. Wayne Ave. This work will be performed by the 65-voice, volunteer choir, accompanied by two pianos played by Mary Beth Flory and Kathy Melton. 

STUARTS DRAFT - Standing on the mound, Garrett Campbell had just given up a run to cut the Stuarts Draft lead to one and had the bases loaded with two outs behind him. The Cougars coaching staff made a mound visit, exchanged a couple of words and quickly went back into the dugout. 

Read this quote  and then get a load of who said it. “When a White House deliberately dissembles and serially contorts the facts, its actions pose a serious risk to America’s global leadership,

President Donald Trump will be the speaker at Liberty University’s spring commencement May 13, according to a statement released by LU Wednesday. “I look forward to speaking to this amazing group of students on such a momentous occasion. Our children truly are the future, and I look forward to celebrating the success of this graduating class as well as sharing lessons as they embark on their next chapter full of hope, faith, optimism and a passion for life,” Trump told the Christian Broadcast Network.

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