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City of Staunton schedules modified for Fourth of July holiday

The schedules for City of Staunton offices and facilities will be modified in observance of the Fourth of July on Monday, July 4. Residential: Residential trash regularly scheduled for pickup on Monday, July 4 will be collected on Wednesday, July 6. Downtown Central Business District (CBD): All CBD customers will...
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The Book Dragon celebrates 3rd anniversary

STAUNTON, Va. (WHSV) - The Book Dragon in Staunton celebrated its third anniversary this weekend. Comic book authors, thriller writers, and characters from Star Wars storm troopers all came out for the occasion. “The community has been really great and so have our other supporters who don’t even live in...
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Happy Birthday America returns to Staunton

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, plenty of people will be heading to Staunton to celebrate the Fourth of July because Happy Birthday America is back. Langdon Reid of the group Wilson-Fairchild told Jim Britt recently on Early Mornings that it was important to keep this event going after their parents, who were part of the Statler Brothers, began it in 1970.
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Updated: Augusta County locate missing 86-year-old man

Update: Friday, 5:41 p.m. Robert Ray Rodgers has been safely located, according to a report from the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office. First report: Friday, 2:23 p.m. The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance with locating a missing person who was last seen at his Staunton home Friday morning.
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Happy Birthday to us! Augusta Free Press turns 20

Way back on July 2, 2002, I couldn’t have imagined that I’d ever be writing about Augusta Free Press turning 20. I was just thinking that morning, as we were about to hit the publish button for the first time, about how we were going to keep the lights on, and the website that we had just launched that day didn’t figure prominently into those plans.
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Garber named president of Southeastern Association of Fire Chiefs

Staunton Fire and Rescue Chief Scott Garber has been elected president of the Southeastern Association of Fire Chiefs and has been honored as the 2022 SEAFC Career Fire Chief of the Year. The award puts him in the running for the national award later this year. Garber is an accomplished...
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Armstrong resigns as Turner Ashby baseball head coach

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - Turner Ashby is searching for a new baseball head coach. Andrew Armstrong has stepped down as the program’s head coach, according to a press release from the school’s athletic director Donnie Coleman. Armstrong coached the Knights to a state title in 2017 and TA...
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UPDATE: Missing Staunton man has been found

AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help to find a missing man. According to the sheriff’s office, 86-year-old Robert Ray Rodgers was last seen Friday morning. He left his home in Staunton on foot and was reportedly going to walk...
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Chris Pierce

Chris Pierce talks a new full band album in the new year, a single release this summer, and effecting social change and healing of divisions through music. Chris plays SummerStage at the Blackburn In Staunton, VA Friday July 8.
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Things to do on your weekend trip to Seneca Rocks

SENECA ROCKS, W.Va. (WBOY) — Seneca Rocks Discovery Center has released its July weekend schedule, so now is the time to plan your weekend getaway. In addition to exploring some of the most breathtaking views in the state, the Seneca Rocks area also has a rich history. Here are some of the best activities to try […]
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