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Several Virginia Democratic leaders campaigning for Hillary Clinton today

A group of elected Democrats will campaign for Hillary Clinton at the Mount Vernon District Democratic Committee’s annual Mardi Gras event on Saturday.


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Waynesboro among Top 20 cities on the rise in Virginia

From military bases in the north to agriculture in the south and computer chip manufacturing in between, Virginia is a state with a lively, diverse economy. The birthplace of the first American colony is home to a thriving economy that is No. 9 among states in its contribution to the nation’s GDP.


business

Hickory syrup venture brings sweet taste of success

The old saying “barking up the wrong tree’’ does not apply to Travis and Joyce Miller. The retired couple is enjoying the sweet taste of success with their Falling Bark Farm hickory syrup.


Drunk driver bumps his way to arrest in Waynesboro

The Waynesboro Police Department arrested an Afton man after he hit a couple of parked cars while driving in an inebriated state over the weekend.


Waynesboro Police make second arrest in Mount Vernon drug case

Thad James McDaniel surrendered himself at the Waynesboro Police Department on Monday. McDaniel, 38, was wanted for his alleged role in illicit drug manufacturing operations that were functioning out of two houses on Mount Vernon Street.


Mount Vernon Street drug suspect remains at large

Thad James McDaniel, 38 years old, remains at large, and the Waynesboro Police Department still considers him desperate.


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Waynesboro Police break up residential drug-making operation

The Waynesboro Police Department has uncovered illicit drug manufacturing operations that were functioning out of two houses nestled deep in a residential part of the city. Initially believed to be two independent operations, the Police Department now believes the two neighboring men were collaborators in their drug making.


State announces 2014 Virginia Index of Performance Awards

Gov. Terry McAuliffe and the Board of Education announced that 212 schools and four school divisions earned 2014 Virginia Index of Performance (VIP) awards for advanced learning and achievement.


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Shenandoah University professor to run 100 miles for scholarships

For many, running 100 miles is an impossibility. For Shenandoah University professor Joe Lovinsky, it’s just another way to prove he doesn’t quit. Or perhaps he’s just plain stubborn.


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Ed Gillespie announces U.S. Senate bid

Alexandria communications consultant and former White House aide Ed Gillespie today announced his campaign for U.S. Senate.