WAYNESBORO — Medicaid funds provided for Virginia school districts for school-based services could be on the chopping block under both President Trump's budget plan and the Republican health care plan. The two proposals would cut Medicaid spending by $1.3 trillion over the next decade, putting the school-based funding in jeopardy.
WAYNESBORO — The pedestrian who was struck by an SUV on North Delphine Avenue Friday after the vehicle jumped the sidewalk was listed in critical conddition at the University of Virginia Medical Center, according to police.
WAYNESBORO— The Flame of Hope is traveling across the state, on its way to Richmond to light the cauldron and officially open the Virginia Summer Special Olympic Games.
FISHERSVILLE — People were rounded up on Friday night for a wild ride of entertainment. The IPRA Professional Rodeo is back in town on Friday and Saturday nights at Augusta Expo. “We do two nights to accommodate people who for whatever reason would not be able to attend either night,” Jeff McDaniel, general manager at Augusta Expo, said.
IT HAS been announced that Bill Cosby plans to conduct a series of seminars to teach people how to avoid accusations of sexual assault. Mr. Cosby became famous as a comedian, so perhaps this is his idea of a joke. If so, here’s a message to Mr. Cosby: not funny.
WAYNESBORO — Michele Edwards is a former special education teacher and a strong proponent of Virginia's public schools — experience and passion she hopes to bring to the House of Delegates. Edwards, a 49-year-old Staunton resident, is the Democratic nominee and one of two candidates seeking to unseat House District 20 incumbent Del. Dickie Bell in November.