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Vandals Paint the Town of Woodstock

Updated: 01/13/2004 - Woodstock Police have arrested two people, including a 17-year-old juvenile, for spray painting graffiti on businesses around town.

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Alleged Drug Kingpin Caught

Updated: 01/13/2004 - The head of a local drug task force says a suspected drug kingpin is behind bars.

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The Waynesboro City Council Holds Public Hearing

Updated: 01/13/2004 - The Waynesboro City Council allowed residents to share their thoughts about the rezoning of some residential land to add to commercial land for Lowe's home improvement store.

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A Story of Survival

Updated: 01/12/2004 - A Rockingham County family beat the odds to survive one of the coldest nights of the year outside.

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Wal-Mart Leads to Traffic Changes

Updated: 01/13/2004 - A Wal-Mart and an elementary school may not sound like ideal neighbors. But people at Ladd Elementary in Waynesboro say the store's arrival has brought about some needed traffic changes.

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Local College Tries to Ease Teacher Shortage

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Virginia and parts of the Valley have a problem: Lots of students, not enough teachers. So, Mary Baldwin College is joining the fight to keep the classrooms filled.

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WV Job Seekers, Log On!

Updated: 01/11/2004 - West Virginians looking for a job can now log on to the Net for more resources.

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Tourism Down in the Valley

Updated: 01/11/2004 - The Shenandoah Valley Travel Association is regarded as one of the oldest travel promotional organizations in the country. This year they are celebrating their 80th anniversary. But, with a decline in tourism, the organization is also feeling a pinch.

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Fire Leaves Elkton Woman Homeless

Updated: 01/09/2004 - An Elkton woman is without a home after an early morning fire, but of all the things she needs, she just wants a place to stay.

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Bridgewater Intersection Getting Facelift

Updated: 01/09/2004 - It's a traffic headache that will only get worse. But something is being done about a serious road problem in downtown Bridgewater.

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Board Reinstates Morning After Pill

Updated: 01/09/2004 - Nine months ago, James Madison University's Board of Visitors voted to ban the "Morning After" contraceptive pill from campus. But on Friday, that decision was reversed.

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Staunton Puts Freeze on Hirings

Updated: 01/08/2004 - Staunton's police and fire departments are feeling a chill these days. And it's not only because of the cold temperatures.

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