Candidates for the open seats on Waynesboro City Council and the Waynesboro School Board will take part in a Youth Summit on Thursday, April 19, at 7 p.m. The Youth Summit will be held on the premises of the Waynesboro Boys & Girls Club location, 302 E. Main St., Waynesboro. News Virginian editor Jonathan Hunley [...]
I was accosted, for lack of a better word, the other day while walking on the new greenway trail by a gentleman who couldn’t believe that I didn’t agree that City Council shouldn’t “stick it to” the School Board for the School Board’s supposed lack of foresight regarding payments on the renovations to Kate Collins [...]
Waynesboro School Board member Brian Edwards announced today that he will not seek a third term to the At-Large seat on the Board. “This was a difficult decision as working for Waynesboro’s students for the past eight years has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. However, with a growing number of [...]
Doug Norcross and Dr. Melinda Ferguson announced their candidacies to run for re-election to the Waynesboro School Board in the May 2012 election. Norcross, who represents Ward A on the Board, and his wife, Sue, are active citizens of Waynesboro and are now enjoying retirement. Norcross has three children. He lost his son Kevin to [...]
Attorney Linda Schorsch Jones has announced that she will run for the At-Large seat on the Waynesboro School Board in the May 1 general election. A long-time Waynesboro resident, Jones graduated from Stuarts Draft High School in 1982 and from the University of Virginia in 1986, earning a bachelor of arts degree with honors in [...]
The Ward B School Board vacancy does not require a special election since the term ends June 30, 2012. Local School Board elections for Ward B are currently scheduled for May 8, 2012. The Waynesboro School Board will fill the vacancy from Ward B on an interim basis until the next election. The vacancy must [...]
The Waynesboro YMCA and Waynesboro Public Schools will partner in the fall to offer pre-kindergarten afterschool care at Wayne Hills, meeting a long-identified need in the Waynesboro community. “The Waynesboro Y will be providing a valuable service that many working parents have requested for several years,” said Robin Crowder, the superintendent of Waynesboro Public Schools, [...]
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com Tighter-than-expected elections in Waynesboro, and results as expected in Staunton. That was Election Day in the Valley on Tuesday.
Written by Chris Graham firstname.lastname@example.org Waynesboro is going to head in a new direction after Tuesday’s city elections. Staunton is going to continue on a familiar and proven course. We can say that with certainty as different as the two election cycles have been in the sister cities. Free read from AFPTheMagazine.com.