WAYNESBORO — Waynesboro City Council is expected to approve a hefty $4,000 raise for each of its five members next month. But it's not exactly the sweetheart deal it seems at first blush.
Members of the Skyline Drug Task Force arrested a Staunton man last week with about $2,000 worth of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia that was conceled in hidden compartments built into bottles of soda and household cleaners, according to a report from the task force.
WAYNESBORO — Julie Stevens works at Kate Collins Middle School inspiring students in physical fitness as both a teacher and a coach. She was recently recognized for her efforts as one of several recipients of the Dawbarn Education Award from the Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge.
GREENVILLE — The Buffalo Gap High School girls basketball team bounced back from its first defeat of the season Tuesday night, downing district rival Riverheads 53-37.
In the article about residents asking the city council to condemn the recent distribution of KKK flyers, Councilwoman Elzena Anderson said, “we should sit down and talk it out with the people who spoke up last night” (“Council asked to take stand on fliers,” Page A1, The News Virginian, Nov. 29.)
WAYNESBORO — A company just outside Waynesboro that assembles and distributes cleanroom supplies for tissue banks, the optical industry, the pharmaceutial and medical device industry, will add 15 new jobs, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced on Monday.