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K 9 officer remembered
While his death remains a bit of a mystery, a memorial service was held for a former Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office K-9.
 
Guilty plea in standoff case
A Verona man accused of shooting at police during a standoff, will not go to trial.
 
Judge refuses to drop out of case; sets U.Va. slaying trial
A judge has set a July 2016 trial for the man charged with abducting and killing a University of Virginia student.
 
More support for pipeline
Business and labor groups are uniting in support of the proposed 550-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a natural gas project aimed at bringing the fuel to the Southeast.

 
Woodrow Wilson Rehab getting a new name
 

The Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center in Augusta County is getting a new name next week.
 
Martins/Food Lion Merger Announced
The parent company;s of two  of Harrisonburg;s biggest grocery store chains-Food Lion and Martin's plan to merge next year.
Arrests after chase
A Waynesboro man who cops say thought it was easier to outrun them on foot than in his car is facing charges.

 
Service Authority employee killed in fall
The Virginia Department of Occupational Safety and Health is investigating and the Augusta County Service Authority is mourning after one if its inspectors died in an accident.

 
 
More money for buggy/bike paths
A lot of news came out of the most recent meeting of the Commonwealth Transportation Board, including some local news that failed to make the headlines.

 
Grant money for internet
Some of us can't imagine not having fast, reliable internet, while others in the listening area can only dream about it.
 
Judge approves Sweet Briar College rescue plan
A judge has approved a mediated plan to keep Sweet Briar College afloat.
 
Most popular baby names announced
If you had a child last year, chances are they are named either Emma or William.
 
Fewer people losing homes locally
Fewer people in the listening area have been losing their homes to foreclosure.
 
Fewer jobs according to report
The local job market tightened in May according to the most recent state jobless numbers.
 
Stone to lead Sweet Briar
It appears former Bridgewater Collge President Dr. Philip Stone is coming out of retirement to lead Sweet Briar College.
 
Predictions for lower gas prices
Triple-A got it half right...oil prices did come down last week.
Picnics more expensive
Seems like the price of everything is going up, but a new study by the Virginia Farm Bureau finds you can still have a nice summer picnic on the cheap.
 
Solar power could mean savings report says
A new report is out on several cities in the U-S that have leveraged solar energy to lower municipal energy bills, taxes and pollution. 

 
3 Months for Stabbing

Three months in jail for a Staunton resident accused of stabbing another man a half dozen times.
 
Gas Hits 2015 High
You've never paid more this year than right now for gas.