Bailey, Shruntz out; Kline in on Election Day

WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County voters ousted two supervisors and replaced two School Board members in a wave of change during Election Day on Tuesday. Cindy Bailey and Marsha Shruntz, who…

THIS WEEKEND: Vintage Woodstock Festival

Friday, June 24 • 6 – 10 p.m. - Vintage Woodstock Festival featuring music by Revolution. Vendors will be in the Woodstock food Court. Lots of fun activities for the…

Five seek three seats on Front Royal Council

FRONT ROYAL — Five town residents have thrown their hats in the ring for three four-year terms on the town council that are up for grabs in the November general…
The Warren Sentinel /  06-24-2016

Unemployment dips below 5 percent in Page County for first time in 7 years

LURAY — Unemployment numbers released for Page County by the Bureau of Labor Statistics are the lowest they have been in nearly a decade. For April 2016, the most recent…
Page News and Courier /  06-22-2016

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Page News & Courier

Woodward wins second term as supervisors’ chairman in Page County

Johnny Woodward won four of five districts in the county to claim his second consecutive term as chairman of the Page County Board of Supervisors.
Page News and Courier /  11-08-2013

New government center open for business

Nearing final completion, the nearly $4 million dollar government center in Luray will consolidate the Page County government buildings on South Court Street and offices being leased at 551 Mechanic…
Page News and Courier /  11-06-2013

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Finish in sight for regional jail

FRONT ROYAL — Construction of the Rappahannock Shenandoah Warren Regional Jail is nearing completion and administrators at the new facility are working on evenings and weekends to fill job openings…

Shenandoah National Park visitors spend $76 million in 2012

LURAY — Visitors to the nation's parks in 2012 spent more than $14 billion in surrounding communities, according to a new National Park Service report. Communities surrounding Shenandoah National Park…

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The Valley Banner

Railroad Days is part of a busy month at SES

Shenandoah Elementary staged two major events in April, and is holding a “Rock the Test” pep rally this Thursday to pump up student enthusiasm for next week’s Standards of Learning…
The Valley Banner /  05-16-2012

‘We are all we’ve got,’ speaker tells Democrats

Krystal Ball: ‘If we do not raise our voices, nothing is going to get better’

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The Warren Sentinel

Wolf will not seek re-election to Congress

WINCHESTER — Local Congressman Frank Wolf announced Tuesday he wouldn’t be seeking an 18th term next fall. The Republican 10th District representative won’t “do any press” beyond the statement he…
The Warren Sentinel /  12-23-2013

Officials: Heroin far-reaching

Heroin has claimed the lives of at least 20 people in the region this year and injured more than 100, but officials indicated during a Front Royal summit last week…
The Warren Sentinel /  12-16-2013

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