WAYNESBORO — Waynesboro residents offered their input Monday night on the possible increases in real estate taxes, cigarette taxes and meals taxes to help fund the 2018-19 city budget. And by the end of Monday night’s hearing, the council introduced an ordinance increasing the real estate taxes by 3 cents.
Editor's Note: This is the first of five Q&A features with the candidates vying for a spot on Waynesboro City Council this year. The election is May 1. The four remaining stories will appear over the next 10 days.
WAYNESBORO — Eastside Speedway outside Waynesboro is being purchased at the end of April and will continue with weekend races. The track is located off U.S. 340 near Dooms, and includes 135 total acres.
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STUARTS DRAFT — Stuarts Draft used a strong pitching performance to shutout Waynesboro 5-0 in the first game of a varsity doubleheader Monday evening in local softball action. Payton Craig and Jasmine Bartley combined to get the win on the mound for the Cougars.
President Trump, a man accused of being morally unfit for the presidency, might have been on the moral high ground when he ordered a missile strike on Syria. Can great powers stand idly by while a dictatorial regime deploys chemical weapons, of which the use has horrified the world since a pretty spring morning in April 1915 when the Germans first unloosed chlorine gas on French troops dug in around Ypres, Belgium?
WAYNESBORO — A citizens group has filed a complaint with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission saying unauthorized work on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline has begun in Augusta County, and should be investigated.