Page News and Courier
Town of Shenandoah eyes inclusion in Page’s ‘Enterprise Zone’
Shenandoah is participating fully in Page County’s plans for a business investment “Enterprise Zone.” The zone is actually three geographic areas with good potential for industrial or commercial investment. One part of the zone lies stretched across half a dozen areas in and around Shenandoah, with other areas in Luray and Stanley. All three towns are included in the county Economic Development Authority’s efforts to write a proposal to the state’s Department of Housing and Community Development to declare 1,821 acres in the county an Enterprise Zone. The proposal must be submitted by June 28.
Page News and Courier The Valley Banner / 05-31-2013
Stanley man crashes into Obama protestors
A medical condition may be to blame for an accident on Friday, May 24 near the Stanley Post Office. An 83-year-old driver from Stanley accidentally hit the accelerator instead of the brake and crashed his vehicle into an Obama protest stand, injuring a Baltimore man. The driver then hit another vehicle before finally coming to a stop.
Page News and Courier / 05-29-2013
Luray man indicted in Warren County on 8 charges
DNA evidence allegedly connects him to 2011 7-Eleven robbery
Page News and Courier The Warren Sentinel / 05-23-2013
Former Page News editor dies at age 74
Former Page News and Courier editor John D. Waybright Jr. is being remembered this week by many as a great friend, a great contributor to the community and a mentor who “encouraged everybody” to achieve their best potential.Waybright, 74, passed away on Friday, May 10, 2013, at 12:10 p.m., according to his family. He had endured a number of health issues for several years. A memorial service in his honor will be held on Friday, May 17, from 7 to 9 p.m. at The Warehouse Art Gallery, 15 Campbell Street in Luray. The body was donated to scientific research and will be cremated.
Page News and Courier / 05-15-2013
Luray’s Festival of Spring to include music, food and fun this Saturday, May 11 in downtown
Main Street will be bustling with activity this weekend, as vendors and visitors pack the downtown area during the ninth annual Festival of Spring. The event will bring arts and crafts, entertainment, games and food, and will celebrate the official designation of Luray and Page County as an Appalachian Trail Community.
Page News and Courier / 05-10-2013