Page News commemorates 150th anniversary with open house next Thursday

LURAY ― From his office on Luray's South Court Street, Harrisonburg businessman Samuel J. Price published the first edition of what is now the Page News and Courier on March…
Page News and Courier /  07-20-2017

Woodstock dog park opens

WOODSTOCK — The town’s first dog park opened to plenty of woofs and barks on Saturday. The 72-acre park opened inside Fairview Park at 9 a.m. Festivities begin with an…

Relish the moment: 90th Firemen’s Carnival runs through July 22

FRONT ROYAL — About 1,500 pounds of cabbage and onions went into this year's batch of famous relish for the 90th Front Royal Fireman's Carnival. The result: over 500 gallons…
The Warren Sentinel /  07-14-2017

Luray Middle School principal named Educator of the Year

LURAY ― A Page County educator last month was recognized with top honors by the state's middle school association. During a school-wide annual awards assembly on June 8, President of…
Page News and Courier /  07-14-2017

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Page News & Courier

Luray considers establishing tourism zone

LURAY ― The town is looking to add one more “zone” to a growing list of designations aimed at helping Luray capitalize on incentives that cater to and entice movement…
Page News and Courier /  07-05-2017

Stanley’s 51st annual homecoming celebration runs through Saturday

STANLEY ― Now in its 51st year, the town's annual homecoming festivities are aimed at offering bigger acts, brighter lights and bustling crowds. The action was slated to kick off…
Page News and Courier /  06-30-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Harness races to feature free admission in 2017

WOODSTOCK — The second season of pari-mutuel harness racing in Shenandoah County will feature free admission to all races. The five-weekend racing season at Shenandoah Downs at the Woodstock fairgrounds…

Supervisors hamstrung over Social Services appointments

WOODSTOCK – The Shenandoah County Social Services Board will drop from four members to three on July 1 after a disagreement among members of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday…

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The Valley Banner

Top-notch teacher: EMS’ Roadcap wins state award

ELKTON — In a regular school day, Luke Roadcap is a bit of a celebrity at Elkton Middle School. He’s recognizable to every student, mainly because each comes through his…
The Valley Banner /  07-10-2017

Meals tax, water rates rise; cigarette tax hike nixed

ELKTON — Town Council voted last Monday to raise Elkton’s meals tax and its water and sewer rates in support of the $5.66 million budget it unanimously passed for fiscal…
The Valley Banner /  06-28-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Destination: Main Street - Building owners aim to revitalize downtown

FRONT ROYAL — When the Lucky Star Lounge closed nearly 11 months ago, it left more than a vacant storefront on East Main Street. "This was the hangout," East Main…
The Warren Sentinel /  06-30-2017

Teen avoids more jail in bomb-hoax case

FRONT ROYAL — The teen accused of placing a hoax bomb at Warren County High School pleaded guilty and was sentenced Monday in Warren County Circuit Court. Caleb Daniel Sutphin,…
The Warren Sentinel /  06-23-2017

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