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Child hit, killed by car

FRONT ROYAL — A boy was hit and killed by a car Saturday evening about 8 p.m. when he ran across South Street from the Royal Plaza Shopping Center, according…
The Warren Sentinel /  04-24-2014

Officials address heroin epidemic

WINCHESTER — A list of the area’s 2014 heroin overdoses — 11 deaths and 18 that were not fatal — indicates little progress in fighting a drug problem so…
The Warren Sentinel /  04-24-2014

Two Luray runners cross Boston finish line, one year after deadly bombings

LURAY — For Luray runner Mary Alice Crews, the Boston Marathon wasn't about the race, but the journey. On Monday, the Page County native was one of more than 32,000…
Page News and Courier /  04-23-2014

Paper Records Lost In Blaze At Alms House

MAURERTOWN — When the Alms House in Maurertown burned last Sunday, the fire took with it not just more than 250 years of history, but also the office of the…

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Page News & Courier

Two Luray runners cross Boston finish line, one year after deadly bombings

LURAY — For Luray runner Mary Alice Crews, the Boston Marathon wasn't about the race, but the journey. On Monday, the Page County native was one of more than 32,000…
Page News and Courier /  04-23-2014

Search continues for bank robbery suspect

LURAY — The Page County Sheriff’s Office continues to search for an armed robbery suspect who fled a Luray bank Monday morning with two bags of cash.
Page News and Courier /  04-16-2014

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Paper Records Lost In Blaze At Alms House

MAURERTOWN — When the Alms House in Maurertown burned last Sunday, the fire took with it not just more than 250 years of history, but also the office of the…

New Market family displaced after fire

NEW MARKET — A New Market family of three was displaced after the roof of their home burned last Sunday afternoon. New Market Volunteer Fire Company crews responded to 151…

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The Valley Banner

Shenandoah National Park shines brightly on new quarter

FRONT ROYAL — With a trickling waterfall of shiny new coins, a newly minted quarter featuring Shenandoah National Park was launched last Friday. Of the 1,000 people attending the event…

Monger researches local ties to the War of 1812

ELKTON — Shifflett, May, Dean, Frazier, Sellers and Kyger – no, it’s not a law firm. It’s part of the list of familiar names of Elkton-area families whose ancestors fought…
The Valley Banner /  04-10-2014

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The Warren Sentinel

Child hit, killed by car

FRONT ROYAL — A boy was hit and killed by a car Saturday evening about 8 p.m. when he ran across South Street from the Royal Plaza Shopping Center, according…
The Warren Sentinel /  04-24-2014

Officials address heroin epidemic

WINCHESTER — A list of the area’s 2014 heroin overdoses — 11 deaths and 18 that were not fatal — indicates little progress in fighting a drug problem so…
The Warren Sentinel /  04-24-2014

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