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Augusta, GA Sheriff's Office Searches for Missing Teen - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather

STAUNTON, Va (WVIR) – The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is working to find a missing Staunton teenager, and want your help.

Fifteen-year-old Gus Mello disappeared from outside his home on Stayman Lane in the city on Monday. 34 more words


Staunton, VA Police search for missing adult

STAUNTON — The Staunton Police Department are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing adult.

Kay Meyerhoeffer Thompson, 63, of Staunton was last seen leaving her work in the 100 block of MacTanly Place in Staunton on Wednesday.



When you get an Augusta County Reckless Driving charge you want to hire an experienced lawyer to help you.  Bob has more than 30 years as a Lawyer helping people.  299 more words

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Funnest Summer Ever!!! Week 4 a Wrap

We wrapped up week four of the Funnest Summer Ever!!

This past week we started shifting our focus to frontier life.  However, we also threw in a lot of play.   94 more words

Kids Outings

Virginia School for Deaf and Blind names new superintendent

STAUNTON, Va. (AP) — The Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind has named Pat Trice as superintendent.

Trice had served as interim superintendent since longtime superintendent Nancy Armstrong retired last summer. 78 more words


Our favorite walk through the past

One of our favorite activities is heading to the Staunton Train Station and exploring.  I don’t know if it’s nostalgia–my dad used to take my brother and me every Friday night to see the trains when were my boys’ age–or if it’s looking at the fun cabooses, but this is an activity we do several times a month. 254 more words

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Staunton Braves--A Summertime Tradition

Each summer, college kids from up and down the East Coast come to play ball with one of 12 Valley Baseball League (VBL) teams. Founded in 1897 as a Class-D minor league, the VBL eventually evolved to a NCAA-sanctioned league in 1961. 188 more words