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Mr. Tinsley was born April 10, 1946, in Staunton, a son of the late Herbert Anderson and Mary Letha Tinsley.
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These people made war against the United States of America simply because they could not get their way in continuing the horrible institution of slavery and all the horror it represented.
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Charles Drumheller led us in prayer prior to a pot luck meal. The program for this month's meeting was a presentation given by Justin Reiter, president of the Heifetz International Music Institute.
She was bamboozled. That's how Sheila Davenport describes her cousin's crafty plan to get her off the sofa and on her feet.
The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind celebrated Saturday, welcoming alumni and members of the community to their campus to view the result of a four-year process of construction and renovation.
Stephanie and Danny Lee got a call four years ago from their then 8-year-old daughter's teacher, saying she wouldn't be home following dismissal for the day.
Three drivers are charged in a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 81 Thursday afternoon.
A local biking enthusiast presented a plan last month to the City Council to make Staunton more cycle-friendly, and an enthusiastic city got rolling.
Nick Blanton is not only saving money but is also saving trees. The owner of Split Banana, a gelato shop in downtown Staunton, said that with the new Square device for transactions, the business isn't producing as much waste with paper receipts.
Each winner received a $1,000 scholarship. Winners include Michelle Futlz, Buffalo Gap High School, daughter of Curtis and Li Fultz of Staunton; Charles Jones, Ridgeview Christian School, son of Christopher and Cynthia Jones of Stuarts Draft; Mason Seaman, Stuarts Draft High School, son of David and Lisa Seaman of Stuarts Draft; and Jessica Watson, ... (more)
A local judge sentenced James L. Miller a four-year prison term for his role in a robbery in Staunton last year in which the victim was shot and seriously wounded.
These "champions" of disability employment will be honored May 15, 2013 at the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton with training and an awards ceremony beginning at 9:30 a.m. This year's honorees include: Wash & Wag of Culpeper, The Heritage Inn in Charlottesville, The Homestead in Hot Springs, Delta Star in Lynchburg, Woelfel Research, Inc in ... (more)
Enjoy the complex instrumentation of classical music while helping feeding the hungry at the Music Feeds Us Concert Series June 15 and 16. Last year, Juilliard graduate students violist Fitz Gary and cellist Avery Waite collaborated to bring the first Music Feeds Us concert to their hometown of Charlottesville, which raised $6,483 and 482 pounds ... (more)