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NTSB releases details of fatal plane crash

FRONT ROYAL — The National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary accident report on a fatal plane crash earlier this month includes details on the moments before the glider tow plane crashed…
The Warren Sentinel /  10-19-2017

Stanley mayor to step down after 24 years

STANLEY — To quote a music icon, the times, they are a-changin'. Changing in Stanley, at least. Mayor Doug Purdham will not seek reelection, ending his 24-year run. Mike Knight…
Page News and Courier /  06-17-2016

Contract signed to install new treatment plant clarifiers; town budget approved

ELKTON — The town has inked a $3 million contract with MEB Contracting Inc. of Chesapeake to install two clarifiers at the town’s wastewater treatment plant. The clarifiers, or sediment…
The Valley Banner /  06-17-2016

Strasburg police start wearing cameras July 1

STRASBURG — The Strasburg Police Department will start outfitting its officers with body-worn cameras on July 1. The department purchased seven cameras from Kustom Signals in Owensboro, Ky., for $15,000…

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Page News & Courier

Luray pastor to undergo psychological evaluation

The lawyer for former pastor James Daley asked for a continuance of 30 to 60 days to complete preliminary evaluations of his client. Judge Bruce D. Albertson, while presiding in…
Page News and Courier /  10-31-2013

Luray Airport completes $2.2 million renovation

The Luray-Page County Airport Authority recently completed a $2.2 million resurfacing by laying 8,000 tons of asphalt on the 3,125-by-75 foot runway. The new portion increased the standards for heavier…
Page News and Courier /  10-28-2013

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Shenandoah County 4-H seeks judges for fair

WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County 4-H is looking for members of the public who want to learn how to judge everything from knitting to quilting and cookies to cakes at…

19th Century Meets 21st Century - Historic Lee-Jackson Building Getting Upgrade

NEW MARKET — A local nonprofit is using 21st century technology to raise funds for a 19th century building. It’s all part of preparations for events related to the Battle…

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The Valley Banner

Genie layoffs complete

Shenandoah plant closes after 50 years

Port Republic the focal point of garden club’s tour

Last Wednesday, the club’s 71st annual Garden Week, a one-day event sponsored locally by Harrisonburg’s Spotswood Garden Club, opened in Port Republic.
The Valley Banner /  05-04-2012

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The Warren Sentinel

Harmony Place files for bankruptcy

FRONT ROYAL – Harmony Place, the town's nonprofit organization that until October offered shelter, counseling and referrals to victims of domestic and sexual violence, has filed for bankruptcy.
The Warren Sentinel /  12-16-2013

TV3 Ends Seven-Year Run In Winchester

Maria Satira had no idea when she signed off of “Good Morning Winchester” on Thursday, Dec. 5, that it would be her final TV3 broadcast.
The Warren Sentinel /  12-16-2013

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