Shenandoah puts on patriotic best for 20th anniversary Memorial Day Festival and Parade

SHENANDOAH — As it does each year at this time, the Town of Shenandoah will put on its most patriotic face for the thousands expected to turn out for the…
Page News and Courier /  05-25-2017

Battle of New Market this weekend

NEW MARKET — Visitors to the 153rd Battle of New Market re-enactment will see more horses and a more complete version of the conflict this weekend. The event, to be…

Attorney challenges Dollar General vote

BASYE — A Woodstock attorney is challenging a decision by the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors to rezone a parcel of land in Basye for a Dollar General store. According…

Mimslyn Inn garners state recognition during May’s Business Appreciation Month

LURAY ― Anyone rolling into the downtown district knows about the mansion on the hill. Towering on a high knoll on West Main Street, the 1931 Southern-style inn can't be…
Page News and Courier /  05-17-2017

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Page News & Courier

Festival of Spring slated for Saturday

LURAY ― “Lucky No. 13” will serve as a focal point this Saturday when thousands pack the streets of of Downtown Luray on the 13th day of May during the…
Page News and Courier /  05-10-2017

Shooter given two life sentences; girlfriend and fetus survived

LURAY ― A Page County man who prosecutors say shot the woman pregnant with his child in order to avoid paying child support will serve two life sentences without parole.…
Page News and Courier /  05-10-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Council OKs solar farm construction

MOUNT JACKSON – Last Tuesday, Town Council gave the final green light for preparations to begin for construction of a solar farm in town. Council voted 6-0 to grant a…

Planners recommend solar farm permit

MOUNT JACKSON – The Planning Commission has recommended that Town Council approve a special use permit for Virginia Solar to build a 16.65-megawatt solar farm in town. Commissioners Ken Hackenbracht,…

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The Valley Banner

Council takes first step toward renovating town hall

ELKTON — Town Council voted Monday night to take a first step toward making Town Hall habitable again. By a 4-1 vote, Elkton council members approved spending $21,180 to resolve…
The Valley Banner /  04-26-2017

Fire and rescue grant funds new firefighting equipment

HARRISONBURG — There’s little room for error in an emergency, and Rockingham County Fire and Rescue is trying to minimize mistakes. The county received 120 self-contained breathing apparatus last week…
The Valley Banner /  04-19-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Union, Confederate armies to clash Saturday on East Main Street

FRONT ROYAL — Townspeople are invited to line East Main Street Saturday afternoon to watch Union and Confederate soldiers square off. The second re-enactment of the May 23, 1863, Battle…
The Warren Sentinel /  05-05-2017

Risen from the ashes: Randolph-Macon Academy celebrates 125th anniversary

FRONT ROYAL — Randolph-Macon Academy will celebrate its 125th anniversary this weekend, but it could owe its continuing existence to a disaster that could have seen the local private school…
The Warren Sentinel /  04-28-2017

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