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A judge sentenced a Staunton woman to 45 days in jail Monday after hearing evidence that she deprived her adopted sons of food and water, and kept them locked outside of their home on a regular basis.
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Shenandoah University student Kim Hyden of Staunton, Va. brushes several inches of snow from her windshield to head home after studying in the anatomy lab for her physician's assistant final exams in Winchester, Va.
Shenandoah Valley's geography and history are a source of fascination for many who have traversed her roads.
This year, Augusta County schools followed the lead of Staunton and Waynesboro -- and many other school divisions in the state -- and stopped offering behind-the-wheel driver instruction, a needed program for students to obtain their licenses.
In the years following the Civil War, a single pastime came to be associated with the Christmas season more than any other, with the possible exception of wassailing in the town's many saloons.
The owner of Totally Naked Tattoos in Staunton has been arrested after a "sophisticated" marijuana grow operation was discovered by the Waynesboro Police Department at a house he was renting, according to a press release.
Augusta and Frederick has stop signs today after an overnight crash in which a vehicle hit a cabinet containing traffic light control components.
As Bonnie Brown sang the Hanukkah blessing Tuesday night, her voice traveled softly through the notes until, peacefully, it reached the end.
"I am into Christmas big-time," says Rebecca Fancher. She proves it Sunday when her home is part of the annual Historic Staunton Foundation Holiday House Tour.
In 1861, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" was published in the Atlantic Monthly.
He was born Aug. 21, 1934, in Augusta County, a son of the late William Lester and Eva Isabelle Losh.
By 5 p.m. on Monday in downtown Staunton, Brenda Sherwood of Craigsville had already staked out a prime stretch of real estate on West Beverley Street, beating a throng of others to the punch as she set up shop with a string of chairs for her family in anticipation of the annual Staunton Christmas parade.