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Nonprofit homeless shelter to save $225k after Staunton company installs solar

The roof of a house for the homeless is going solar – and the savings – approximately $225,000 over the next 25 years – should help the nonprofit organization provide more services in the community.

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Chesapeake Bay conservation effort draws millions in grant funding

The Chesapeake Bay watershed in Virginia will be supported by more than $13 million in grant awards for restoration and conservation.

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‘Homeless and hated’: LIFEworks Project offers hand, dignity to unsheltered population

The LIFEworks Project advocates for those who need assistance to live a better life, and among those they’ve worked to support are the homeless and those without transportation in Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County.

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AEW’s big problem: The Elite pushed CM Punk out, and they can’t draw a dime

The Elite won the backstage war with former AEW world champ CM Punk. The bad news for AEW: they’re losing, big time, in the ratings war.

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Former Virginia state trooper who murdered teen’s family tinted windows in new home

The former Virginia State Police trooper who killed a California teen’s family last week had to  have been planning the crime for months.

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Brennan Armstrong is leaving: The bigger picture of what this means for Virginia Football

Brennan Armstrong is on his way out, and it’s not hard to imagine that he’s just the first of many to be headed out the door after the first season of the Tony Elliott era at Virginia.

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Mental-health expert: ‘Possibility for recovery and healing’ after UVA Football tragedy

Three senseless murders shook the University of Virginia, its students, administrators and a football team, leaving everyone directly affected traumatized by the sudden loss of life. How should these young people, doctors, administrators and football players move on from such an unspeakable tragedy?

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