Warren administrator: Number of home starts back to normal

FRONT ROYAL — The Warren County housing market in 2016 continued its slow climb back from the down years of the recession. The number of new home starts in Warren…
The Warren Sentinel /  02-23-2017

County investigating cause of antique store fire

WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Fire Marshal is investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed a Woodstock antique store on Feb. 10. According to Lt. Aaron Sigler of Woodstock…

Council schedules public hearing for new industrial zone

MOUNT JACKSON — On Tuesday, Mount Jackson Town Council scheduled a joint public hearing with the Planning Commission for a proposed amendment that would create a new zoning district in…

Juvenile charged in bomb threat

FRONT ROYAL — A Skyline High School student was charged last week with threatening to bring an explosive device to the school, according to a Warren County Sheriffís Office news…
The Warren Sentinel /  02-16-2017

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Page News & Courier

Donation of property paves way for future LFCC center at Luray Landing

LURAY — The LFCC Educational Foundation is pleased to announce that Baker Development Partnership, LLC has donated 6.3 acres in the Luray Landing Development for the purposes of building a…
Page News and Courier /  02-01-2017

Unity March in Luray meets up with Trump supporters

LURAY — An estimated crowd of 700,000 to 900,000 turned out for the inauguration of Donald Trump, America’s 45th President, Friday, Jan. 20. The next day, 600,000 marched through the…
Page News and Courier /  01-26-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Shenandoah County residents to schools: Fund STEM, CTE

WOODSTOCK — More than 690 Shenandoah County residents voiced their support for STEM, preschool and Career and Technical Education funding through an online budget survey in January. Shenandoah County Public…

Shenandoah County tourism office launches rebranded website

WOODSTOCK – The Shenandoah County tourism office has launched a solo website as part of a rebranding campaign that was announced in December. The site, called, debuted on Friday.…

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The Valley Banner

Want a ride? VPAS offering van trips to Harrisonburg and back

ELKTON – For Elkton-area seniors ages 60 and older who may have a hard time making the trip from the town to Harrisonburg, the Valley Program for Aging Services is…
The Valley Banner /  02-01-2017

Donations have poured in to help Elkton’s fire victims

ELKTON — It has been a month since a downtown Elkton fire severely damaged a combination retail and apartment building and left its residents without a home and many of…
The Valley Banner /  01-26-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Multicultural worship service aims to bring King’s dream to life

FRONT ROYAL — During the benediction at the Warren-Page NAACPís Martin Luther King event Jan. 16, the Rev. Ed Dawkins of the Front Royal Presbyterian Church noted that 11 a.m.…
The Warren Sentinel /  02-10-2017

Department mourns retired officers’ deaths

FRONT ROYAL — The town police department is mourning the recent, unrelated losses of two of its own. Greg A. Settle, a 22-year veteran of the department who retired in…
The Warren Sentinel /  02-10-2017

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