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Steeles Tavern man sentenced to 23 years for shooting

STAUNTON - A Steeles Tavern man was sentenced to 23 years in prison Friday for opening fire in 2016 on a car carrying four people, including his wife and a 6-month-old baby. The sentence followed a contentious hearing in Augusta County Circuit Court that caused the judge to verbally reprimand the pr

STAUNTON NEWS LEADER - 2017-11-17 21:44:15

This I-75 exit has a credit card skimmer problem

The Union Centre Boulevard exit off I-75 is ground zero for credsit card skimmers, according to the Butler County Auditor's Office. All three gas stagtiomns have been hit multiple times. A Fairfield woman reports that soemone ran up $600 in electronics purchases after her debit card was skimmed at o

WCPO - 2017-11-16 16:24:21

Staunton man sentenced for killing his child: Decker case

STAUNTON - A Staunton man who police said never shed a tear for his dead son was given nearly 27 years in prison Thursday on charges of second-degree murder and child abuse. In August, a Staunton jury deliberated about four hours before convicting Steven T. Decker, 26, in the brutal death of his 6-y

STAUNTON NEWS LEADER - 2017-11-16 16:15:22

For Augusta County's unpaid volunteer firefighters, there's a price to be paid every day

Frank Dull's pager is going off. As he jumps out of bed to race out to the scene of a burning building, he catches a glance at the clock - 1 a.m. - he has to be at work in four hours. He's done this math before and knows it ends with him not sleeping another wink before the night's through. Dependi


Ku Klux Klan recruitment fliers found on vehicles throughout the Valley

WAYNESBORO, Va. (WHSV) - People around the Shenandoah Valley have woken up or left work to find Ku Klux Klan fliers on their cars in recent days. Police in Winchester reported getting calls about KKK recruitment fliers back on Halloween. And as recently as yesterday, local police say the fliers were

WHSV - 2017-11-16 04:36:00

Sneak peek into the new Blackburn Inn

STAUNTON - The almost five year project is becoming more of a reality. The News Leader got a sneak peek into the new Blackburn Inn at the Villages at Staunton. The display room, which will actually be a real room once the hotel opens, was formerly three patient rooms. It's now made up of a large b

STAUNTON NEWS LEADER - 2017-11-17 17:38:02

Editorial: A letter to new legislators

Today, we send out greetings to Dawn Adams and Hala Ayala, to Emily Brewer and Lee Carter, to Karrie Delaney, and Kelly Fowler, to Jennifer Foy and Wendy Gooditis, to Elizabeth Guzman and Jay Jones, to John McGuire and David Reid, to Debra Rodman, and Danica Roem, to Robert Thomas and Kathy Tran, to

ROANOKE TIMES - 2017-11-17 05:00:00

Only one ticket issued for passing a school bus in Staunton

STAUNTON - It happens all the time, but police officers are rarely present to catch it. Only one ticket has been issued to a driver that illegally passed a school bus during 2017. The ticket was issued in February, said Officer Katie Shifflett, public information officer for the Staunton Police Dep

STAUNTON NEWS LEADER - 2017-11-16 19:37:27

Shirley's Venti named Athlete of the Month at Nashoba Tech

WESTFORD -- Matthew Venti of Shirley has been selected as an Athlete of the Month for October at Nashoba Valley Technical High School. Venti, son of Adam and Patricia Venti, is a junior soccer player who helped the Vikings to a 9-7 fall season. He is in the Engineering Technology program and hopes


Theater, Dance & Media at Harvard to present Shirley'

Theater, Dance & Media at Harvard will present Shirley, a musical about the life of Shirley Temple, at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1-2 and 2 p.m. Dec. 3 at Agassiz Theater, 5 James St., Cambridge. The show features songs made popular by Temple, including On the Good Ship Lollipop. The 75-minute show was written


LETTER: Chicken Shoot a success for class

The Clinton High School Class of 1968 would like to thank all those who attended and supported our recent Chicken Shoot fundraiser. A huge thank-you to Al Gage and Dave Goodale, without whom the fundraiser wouldn't have been a success. We also want to acknowledge Joanne and Jim Souza of Break-a-Way

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-17 11:00:00

A food aficionado: Night Market

On a rainy night, I went to Night Market, an Asian-inspired tapas restaurant hidden within Harvard Square. The hipster vibe exudes from the colorful graffiti murals and vintage posters. Even the friendly servers seem hip, as well as knowing the menu inside out. Night Market's tea-smoked duck breast

SAMPAN - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

RMHS students receive Superintendents Award

Superintendent of Schools John Doherty recognized Reading Memorial High School Seniors Erin Kwon and Mathias Kool during the State of the Schools Address for receiving the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Award for Academic and Community Excellence. Only two students can receive

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 20:30:11

Seniors learn about heart health

Asian Women for Health hosted a heart health seminar Nov. 11 at Roxbury Tenants of Harvard. (Image courtesy of Anna Tse.) Asian Women for Health hosted a heart health seminar Nov. 11 at Roxbury Tenants of Harvard Association housing at Mission Park. Cherelle Rozie of the American Heart Association s

SAMPAN - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Nashoba students tackling ins, outs and sardines of 'Noises Off'

BOLTON - Tackling a British farce has it challenges, especially with a show like "Noises Off." There is the split-second timing required for the entrances and exits. And then there is the accent. Nashoba Drama presents "Noises Off" on Friday, Nov. 17, and Saturday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday,

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-17 11:00:00

Megliola: Wellesley's Katie Benzan playing big at Harvard

Katie Benzan's game is easy to love. She's a 5-foot-6 Harvard point guard who wasted no time making a name for herself as a freshman last season, averaging 13.4 points per game. At first glance, "I thought she was kinda small," said Crimson coach Kathy Delaney-Smith. Size didn't matter. By Lenny Meg

MILFORD DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 00:54:04

Hampton officials to make one-time $1 million payment toward sewer debt

In a 4-2 decision, the Hampton City Council voted Tuesday to use $1 million from the city's general fund toward the remaining $7.1 million sewer debt that financed the city's wastewater treatment plant. (Special Photo) HAMPTON- In a 4-2 decision, the Hampton City Council voted Tuesday to use $1 mill

HENRY COUNTY DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-16 22:12:00

Henry County to celebrate holiday season with tree lighting events, parade

McDONOUGH - It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas around Henry County, and holiday celebrations are in full swing heading into the week of Thanksgiving. Even if the weather of late has you and your loved ones bundling up one minute and lathering on sunscreen the next, a host of groups and gove

HENRY COUNTY DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-17 18:38:00

Man missing from Stockbridge area considered 'critical' is found

McDONOUGH - A 46-year-old man missing since Thursday has been located, Henry County police announced Friday afternoon. His case had been considered critical. Randy Lamar Wiggins was last seen around noon on Thursday in the area of Squadron Lane in Stockbridge. He is described as a a black man, 6 fee

HENRY COUNTY DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-17 18:31:00

Stricklands share faith, life in MLB

Pike County graduates Hunter Strickland and his wife Shelley spoke during an interview by Senior Pastor Benny Tate on Sunday evening at Rock Springs Church in Milner and again on Tuesday afternoon during the XYZ Club's luncheon at First Baptist Church in Griffin about life as a player, wife and fami

GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 01:25:00