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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…

Vehicle collides with tree early Monday; woman killed

FRONT ROYAL — A 23-year-old woman was killed early Monday morning when the car she was riding in slammed into a tree off Remount Road just inside town limits. She…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-04-2016

‘New’ Chamber President voted in last week

LURAY — The interim title Gina Hilliard held for nearly five months has been removed, as the Board of Directors for the Luray-Page Chamber of Commerce voted last week to…
Page News and Courier /  03-02-2016

Transitional living centers raise resident concerns

ELKTON – Six Elkton residents voiced strong opinions to proposed changes to the town’s ordinances regarding transitional living centers during a public hearing Monday. Pham Chopra’s flurry of property purchases…
The Valley Banner /  03-02-2016

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Page News & Courier

WEEKEND: Two Grammy-nominated acts to take the stage near Stanley for local charities

New Riders of the Purple Sage and John Jennings set to perform at 2nd Triple Crown BBQ Bash to raise money for Page One and Choices
Page News and Courier /  07-12-2013

Valley Health, Inova form ‘strategic alliance’

Valley Health announced July 2 that it is entering into a “strategic alliance” with the larger, richer Inova Health System. “This is not a merger, and this is not an…

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Town of Woodstock, Shenandoah County Fairgrounds to make agreement about loud events

In an effort to keep residents more informed about potentially loud events hosted at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds, the town of Woodstock and the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds Association are making…

One lane or two: Shenandoah County Supervisors debate bridge design

The Virginia Department of Transportation wants to save money by replacing an old one-lane bridge with a similar structure, but the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors isn't convinced that's the…

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The Valley Banner

It’s all in the family…

R.L. Hensley and son Tony may not be household names in Page or Rockingham counties. Yet every month they they rank somewhere among the top 100 shippers, pound-for-pound, in either…
The Valley Banner /  03-02-2012

Massanutten Lions set annual charity golf tournament’

The Massanutten Lions Club is gearing up for its 16th annual Charity Golf Tournament at Massanutten resort’s Mountain Greens golf course. The event will be held Saturday, June 9, starting…
The Valley Banner /  03-02-2012

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The Warren Sentinel

Warren County accepts agreement to turn 600 acres over to Front Royal for 818-home development

Despite Chairman Archie Fox's lone dissenting vote, the Warren County Board of Supervisors on Aug. 20 decided to accept a voluntary settlement agreement from Front Royal Limited Partnership to bring…
The Warren Sentinel /  08-23-2013

VDOT awaits agreement on Morgan Ford bridge in Warren County

The Department of Transportation is planning a public hearing for February on the replacement of the low-water bridge on Morgan Ford Road, a project slated to begin in 2016. The…
The Warren Sentinel /  08-21-2013

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