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One area school division still needs to figure out how to make up missed time due to snow.
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Ian Boden is back in Staunton. After closing the ground-breaking, farm-to-table Staunton Grocery in 2011, Boden turned his attention to the food-focused Charlottesville and Glass Haus Kitchen, a large, chef-driven concept created to showcase his skills.
I was reading an article about older drivers and the risks they, as well as younger ones, pose on the road.
While patriots throughout the South idolized Lt. Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, most of them did so based solely on what they had read or heard about the Confederate warrior.
Kathleen Overstreet doesn't have anything from Ladd Elementary School in her office at Verona Elementary School.
Woodrow Wilson was born in the city of Staunton, Va . in 1856. His father, a first generation American of Scotch-Irish ancestry was the Presbyterian minister in the city.
A man fascinated with being a firefighter was given a one-month jail sentence Thursday after pleading guilty in Staunton Circuit Court to two charges of impersonating a fireman last summer.
The ballot for Waynesboro City Council will show uncontested races in May, with one incumbent and one newcomer looking to take the place of Michael Harris, while Staunton drew a crowded field to vie for three spots on its council.
STAUNTON Joe Gazemen carries the white PVC pipe around with him nearly everywhere he goes.
The candidates running for Waynesboro and Staunton School Board this year shouldn't have too much trouble getting elected -- they have no competition.
For Joseph Laurenzo, artistic expression resembles a kind of road. It's a way for him to arrive at strikingly creative images, such as a bird connected to a hand, and it's also a way for a thought to find its way out of his mind.
Poet Nikki Giovanni and African Americans from Robert E. Lee High's first integrated graduating class, the class of 1966, will be honored Monday at a Staunton concert by the Kentucky State University Concert Choir.
But now we are presented, thanks to Del. Dickie Bell , with what has to be the most ridiculous of all attempts to return us to the Dark Ages.