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September 1, 2015

Waynesboro schools fall victim to computer hack

WAYNESBORO-Blank screens came up over the weekend, when someone tried to access Waynesboro High’s webpage. The same goes for the district’s page, as well as any athletic schedules. The information had been deleted, removed as part of a computer hack.

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Rising from the mud: Wildlife Center adds another patient

WAYNESBORO-Facedown in the mud at the King George Landfill is how it was found. The people immediately knew the bald eagle needed assistance.

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Virginia NAACP sees compromise on Confederate issue

The interim executive director of the Virginia State Conference of the NAACP said Monday the organization does not support having schools named after Confederate generals.

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Local candidates make debate plans

Incumbent area House of Delegates members and many of their challengers will appear Oct. 7 at the legislative dinner sponsored by the Augusta chapter of the Virginia Nurses Association.

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U.S. Supreme Court lets McDonnell stay free for now

The U.S. Supreme Court is allowing former Gov. Bob McDonnell to remain free while the justices decide whether to take up his appeal.

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Waynesboro woman accused of theft

WAYNESBORO-One local woman is in jail today after an incident with police on Friday. Waynesboro police were called out to the Martins store on Tiffany Drive, in regards to a shoplifting suspect who fled the scene. 

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