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Six firefighters charged for sex with teen

STRASBURG — Six members of the Strasburg Fire Department, including its chief, were arrested over the weekend as a result of a Virginia State Police investigation into accusations that five…

LHS librarian Campbell recognized as Page County’s ‘Teacher of the Year’

LURAY ― School officials and administrators gathered last week to honor nine teachers of the year and to name one overall honoree for the division. About 50 teachers, principals and…
Page News and Courier /  05-31-2016

Remedy sought for old town dump problems

ELKTON — The town is planning to move forward with a remedy for the old town dump, which has been leaching into the South Fork of the Shenandoah River. Public…
The Valley Banner /  05-31-2016

THIS WEEKEND: Memorial Day Festival

SHENANDOAH — Dave Hinkle, town council member, is proud to coordinate the planning of the Memorial Day Festival and Parade. Now in its 19th year, the day-long series of events…
Page News and Courier /  05-27-2016

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Page News & Courier

Luray man sentenced to 9 years in federal prison for fraud involving AIDS treatment

Michael F. Harris, 49, of Luray, was sentenced last week to serve nine years in a federal prison for wire and mail fraud, according to an announcement from the Office…
Page News and Courier /  07-22-2013

Two rescued from Shenandoah River near Luray

A 7-year-old and her uncle were rescued last Friday evening from the raging currents of the Shenandoah River, after 40 minutes of rescue attempts that left half a dozen agencies…
Page News and Courier /  07-19-2013

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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

Sen. Obenshain Includes Education, Eminent Domain Reform Among 2012 Priorities

Likely AG Bid Also Raises Profile Of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Legislation

72-unit ‘affordable housing’ project proposed

Citizens speak out against rezoning 10 acres
The Valley Banner /  01-20-2012

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The Warren Sentinel

Law enforcement summit on heroin held in Front Royal; 16 deaths attributed to abuse this year

It’s likely going to take more than just law enforcement to tackle the area’s growing heroin epidemic. The Northwest Regional Drug Task Force on Monday participated in a heroin summit,…
The Warren Sentinel /  08-29-2013

Front Royal officials open cornerstone set by local masons at Town Hall in 1935

Leslie Sealock was about 8 years old when the cornerstone was set for the Town Hall on Main Street in Front Royal. He wasn't planning to attend the Aug. 17,…
The Warren Sentinel /  08-28-2013

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