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Warren County tourism spending increased in 2016

FRONT ROYAL — Visitors to Warren County spent nearly $140 million here in 2016, according to a report released last week by the Virginia Tourism Corp. That figure is up…
The Warren Sentinel /  09-25-2017

Dedication of monument brings history to life

STANLEY — At the beginning of this year, after much deliberation, the Ed Good Park in Stanley was chosen as the site of a new monument to honor families who…
Page News and Courier /  09-22-2017

Hemp to harvest: Lawmakers, advocates tour Rodes’ Port Republic farm during a Hemp Field Day

PORT REPUBLIC — U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte’s industrial hemp bill charged this year’s industrial hemp field day, which drew about two dozen people to Glenn Rodes’ Port Republic farm Friday.…
The Valley Banner /  09-22-2017

Front Royal selects Magalis as its next police chief

FRONT ROYAL — The town police department has a new leader, as Warren County Sheriffís Maj. Kerry L. "Kahle" Magalis II was introduced last week as Front Royal's next chief…
The Warren Sentinel /  09-18-2017

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Page News & Courier

Region sees bump in 2016 tourism revenue

HARRISONBURG — New marketing initiatives and the opening of new businesses contributed to a nearly 5 percent rise in average tourism revenue in four Valley counties and Harrisonburg in 2016.…

Virginia Outdoors Festival on tap for Saturday

LURAY ― A new festival is aimed at celebrating the great outdoors and the beauty of the Valley and efforts to conserve it. The Virginia Outdoors Foundation is partnering with…
Page News and Courier /  09-08-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Region sees bump in 2016 tourism revenue

HARRISONBURG — New marketing initiatives and the opening of new businesses contributed to a nearly 5 percent rise in average tourism revenue in four Valley counties and Harrisonburg in 2016.…

Governor to visit Fisher’s Hill Battlefield

STRASBURG — Gov. Terry McAuliffe is coming to the Valley on Sept. 19 to celebrate Civil War battlefield preservation. McAuliffe and Julie Langan, director of the Virginia Department of Historic…

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The Valley Banner

It’s yard sale time - Route 340 event set this weekend

ELKTON — On Saturday, Sept. 9, U.S. 340 will become the destination for yard sale fiends when antique collectors and thrifty shoppers alike look for bargains at the seventh annual…
The Valley Banner /  09-08-2017

Elkton plans to wait for a new manager

ELKTON — Elkton’s mayor is likely to remain its acting town manager well into next year. Mayor Wayne Printz, who’s been filling the town manager’s post on a temporary basis…
The Valley Banner /  08-31-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Apple Butter Celebration this weekend at Skyland

SKYLAND — There’s one thing on the menu during Shenandoah National Park’s annual September festival — apples. Creamy apple butter, apple crafts and a special apple menu help celebrate the…

Former local doughnut shop retools, plans to go national

FRONT ROYAL — Naughty Girls Donut Shop, which began in Front Royal as the realization of a 16-year-old girl's dream, will soon become a national chain. The doughnut shop opened…
The Warren Sentinel /  09-13-2017

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