Church Group Prepares to Take Volunteer Trip in Oklahoma
Randall Black, the pastor at Faithpoint, said area businesses and sponsors helped his group get a trailer and collect donations.
Man Dies after Being Hit by Train in Waynesboro
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Man Struck and Killed by Train, Waynesboro PD Investigating
The Waynesboro Police Department is currently investigating an incident in which an individual was struck and killed by a train.
Wed May 22, 2013
WWE News: HBK Appearance, John Cena's Supercar, WWE Pushing MITB Already
WWE News: HBK Appearance, John Cena's Supercar, WWE Pushing MITB Already Posted by Larry Csonka on 05.22.2013 Find out where you can meet HBK! - The WWE is heavily advertising the July Money In The Bank PPV locally in Philadelphia.
Tue May 21, 2013
VDOT: Afton Mountain Work Postponed Again
CULPEPER The Virginia Department of Transportation's emergency project to remove unstable soil from a slope above Interstate 64 at Afton Mountain has been suspended today due to weather conditions.
Mon May 20, 2013
Waynesboro Couple Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges
The Waynesboro Police Department has charged a Waynesboro couple on multiple drug charges stemming from two separate incidents that occurred in February.
Sun May 19, 2013
Waynesboro Man Arrested on Drug Charges
Waynesboro police arrested Jackson during a swat team raid on an apartment in the 200-block of South Delphine Avenue on Friday.
Anonymous Tip leads to Arrest of Assault Suspect
Police say an anonymous tip led police to 27-year-old Leslie Terrell Wilmott. He was arrested Saturday at Briarwood Apartments.
Thu May 16, 2013
Police Say Woman Caused Series of Crashes while Drunk
Police say a Stuarts Draft woman will likely face a felony hit and run charge for causing a series of car crashes Wednesday night while driving drunk.
Hong Kong-Based Company to Open Location in Augusta
Right now, DASCOM employs eight people in Waynesboro and Lyndhurst. The company expects to have about 30 employees when the new building is up and running in about a year.
Wed May 15, 2013
Waynesboro Driver Hits 3 Cars Before Running into Pole
Wednesday night, one woman caused multiple crashes while, according to police, driving under the influence.
Mon May 13, 2013
Two children dead in single-vehicle crash in Lexington
Lexington- Two people from the Valley were involved in a deadly crash that happened Friday night in Lexington.
Sun May 12, 2013
VDOT to Resume Afton Mountain Project
Traffic restrictions on Interstate 64 will resume Monday, May 13, as the Virginia Department of Transportation continues its emergency project on Afton Mountain in Albemarle County.
Thu May 09, 2013
Former Mayor's Dog is Declared Dangerous
Frank Lucente, the former mayor of Waynesboro, was in court on Thursday appealing a judge's decision to declare his dog dangerous.
Wed May 08, 2013
VDOT to Resume Afton Project Next Week
The Virginia Department of Transportation's emergency project to remove unstable soil from a slope above Interstate 64 at Afton Mountain will be suspended for the rest of the week due to weather conditions.
Tue May 07, 2013
Energy-Efficient Properties in the Valley
A Valley entrepreneur wants to help neighbors help each other and provide an energy efficient space for growth.
Mon May 06, 2013
Waynesboro Woman Arrested for Hit-and-Run Involving Pedestrian
The Waynesboro Police Department has arrested a Waynesboro woman after crashing into several parked vehicles and a pedestrian at Parkway Village Apartments.
Weather Delays I-64 Work at Afton Mountain Again
The Virginia Department of Transportation's work at Afton Mountain has been delayed again.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Daily News Leader
Board OKs animal shelter expansion
The Augusta County zoning board approved plans from the three local governments to expand the regional animal pound in a way that government leaders think could keep more stray companion animals alive for longer.
The Daily News Leader
Kaine takes development tour of Waynesboro
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine spoke with Waynesboro government leaders and downtown business owners Thursday as part of the economic development theme of this week's Congressional hiatus and statewide tour.