STAUNTON — They came from all over the world — North and South America, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa — representing countries as oppressive as the U.S. is free, as well as nations whose customs and politics aren't much different than our own. But on Tuesday, for the first time ever, they all had one thing in common: United States citizenship.
WAYNESBORO — Waynesboro firefighters rescued one person from a second-floor window during a structure fire Tuesday morning on Winchester Avenue.
The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is looking for any information the public might have related to a burglary that occurred in Stuarts Draft last weekend — and a silver Lincoln sedan that may have been involved in the crime.
STAUNTON — Kate Surratt is working toward her Gold Award — the highest honor a Girl Scout can receive. In doing so, she will hold classes to educate drivers in emergency preparedness. Surratt is a senior at Grace Christian High School.
STAUNTON — The Robert E. Lee High School volleyball team came to life in set three of its match against Riverheads, after being heavily tested in the first two sets Tuesday night.
The future of the U.S. solar industry hangs in the balance as the federal government weighs a decision regarding pleas by two struggling solar companies to save them from their own poor business practices.
VERONA — Delegate Steve Landes is campaigning for November re-election to his House District 25 seat, but the incumbent also wants to know what is happening now in the Shenandoah Valley economy.