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The Green Hornets defeated Spotswood's boys and girls teams while losing close meets to the Knights. [Read More]
Lee High improved to 3-0 on the season with a win over previously unbeaten Wilson Memorial Friday night in boys basketball. [Read More]
Robert E. Lee's Javon Battle joins reporter Patrick Hite after their win over the boys of Wilson Memorial boys. [Read More]
Hornets place four players in double figures in Friday night win. [Read More]
Luke R. Bartosik, 27, of Staunton, was found guilty of raping a helpless victim, a felony charge. The jury recommended five years in prison. [Read More]
Photos from Robert E. Lee at Wilson Memorial boys basketball, played in Fishersville on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. [Read More]
Photos from Robert E. Lee at Wilson Memorial girls basketball, played in Fishersville on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. [Read More]
Waynesboro police found methamphetamine when they raided Abarrotes La Victoria Thursday. [Read More]
Waynesboro city planner Luke Juday talks about what is in store for the city's future. Capitalizing on its natural beauty will be key, he said. [Read More]
The News Leader's 2018 All-City/County Football Team, with first- and second-team selections and honorable mentions... [Read More]
You may not be able to tell, but big changes are coming to the building at 11 N. Central Ave. in downtown Staunton. [Read More]
The Anne Hathaway Cottage in Staunton is up for sale for $550,000 and is a bit of England tucked away in Staunton's Newtown neighborhood. [Read More]
The Riverheads senior is the News Leader's All-City/County Defensive Player of the Year. [Read More]
Steven W. Glenn Sr., 34, of Spring Hill, is charged in the killing of his 13-year-old son. [Read More]
Rojai Fentress has been locked up since 1996 after being charged with murder. Now, the man who helped put him behind bars wants him freed. [Read More]
The Farm Bill passed this week, meaning a game changer for the farming industry, especially the Shenandoah Valley. It just needs to be signed into... [Read More]
Rivenburg ran for 2,990 yards and 41 touchdowns this season to lead Buffalo Gap into the playoffs. [Read More]
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline had its permit vacated that would have allowed it to cross two national forests. [Read More]
Staunton-based solar energy company Secure Futures, LLC determined that solar panels could be installed on four Waynesboro schools. [Read More]
The group gathered at the Valley Career and Technical Center Thursday to commemorate National Apprenticeship Week. [Read More]
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