September 12, 2018 RSS feed / News

Kings of the grill

Slowly Butt Smokin’ (pictured above) once again found themselves in the winners’ circle after taking the trophy in the Racks by the Tracks rib cook-off during the annual Farm Fest held Saturday. More...

Archery deer hunting season opened Saturday

Archery hunters got the first opportunity at bringing home a deer beginning Saturday, Sept. More...

Mobile food pantry is Saturday

Golden Harvest Food Bank will be delivering a truck load of food for the needy in Waynesboro this Saturday, Sept. 15, through a partnership with Queensborough National Bank and Trust.   The event will begin at 9 a.m. More...

United Way celebrates successful 2017

Burke County held its 16th annual luncheon to kick off the United Way campaign, and cabinet members, pictured at right, as well as other organizers and supporters celebrated the many milestones of 2017. More...

The Hunt Continues

Ten years later, and those familiar bird dog breast cancer shirts with the signature “collared” ribbon are still a Burke County tradition.  The B. More...

Harvest cucumbers for slicing and pickling

It’s all about timing when harvesting cucumbers for eating fresh or preserving as dill or sweet pickles. Picking these low-calorie vegetables ensures the best flavor, greatest nutritional value and suitability for pickling.  More...

FNB awards grants to local teachers

Five Burke County educators were chosen to receive grants this fall from First National Bank’s Education First Fund. More...

City recognizes area youth

As part of his new Uplift Project, Waynesboro Mayor Greg Carswell recognized a number of local children for their dedication to extracurricular activities during city council’s meeting last week. More...