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Connie Kuykendall curls bounce as she talks. She's filled with energy and her smile is as wide as her face. [Read More]
The Staunton Police Department is investigating an attempted armed robbery that occurred at the Staunton Family Dollar Sunday night. [Read More]
Despite the setback of another administrative change for Bessie Weller Elementary School, Garett Smith says the school will be accredited next year. [Read More]
A story posted Monday about a Riverheads football player who reportedly directed a racial slur at a Lee High opponent drew strong reader reaction. [Read More]
A downtown Staunton research and development firm has received a research grant from the U.S. Army, according to an announcement last week. [Read More]
Per social media accounts, a Riverheads football player used a racial slur during Friday night's game, directing the comment toward a Lee player... [Read More]
SweetNanaCakes is now delivering its treats, Sheetz still isn't closed for renovations and Stuarts Draft is getting a new mini library — here's the buzz. [Read More]
Bill Campbell has spent most of his life in the corporate world, but took a career change to open up a gym in Staunton. [Read More]
This past summer I wrote a story about suicide — awareness, prevention and who it touches. I put myself out there and told my own... [Read More]
Staunton's new cross training gym F45 located on Statler Boulevard. [Read More]
When deputies arrived they found the man with injuries to his head and neck. [Read More]
The third annual Greater Augusta Out of the Darkness Walk was held at Gypsy Hill Park on Saturday, bringing together people affected by suicide and... [Read More]
From churning apple butter in a large kettle for hours, to baking bread in a stone stove, traditions are alive at Wade's Mill. [Read More]
Seniors and co-presidents Stormi Nuckoles and Laurel Voss Members of Riverheads High School's Key Club join other members in putting hands together to show both... [Read More]
Readers recall fire from years ago. [Read More]
A big win Friday night was exactly what Lee needed. [Read More]
"Why don't you like me, dog?" the man asked. [Read More]
Jared Moss and David Tibbs discuss the inflatable helmet Lee High football players run through before every home game. [Read More]
Multiple fire crews rushed to the scene. [Read More]
The Leemen put together a spectacular effort on both sides of the ball to knock off the unbeaten Gladiators. [Read More]