Valley milk slapped with injunction for tainted milk powder

STRASBURG — The Food and Drug Administration has filed a court order against Valley Milk Products in Strasburg, banning the production of all powdered milk as a result of salmonella…

A change in Shenandoah town managers; Roudabush takes reins as Dovel retires

SHENANDOAH – Residents will welcome a new town manager on April 1 when Assistant Town Manager Juanita Roudabush steps up to fill the post being vacated by Larry Dovel, who…
Page News and Courier /  03-22-2017

Page schools work to develop parent notification procedures following March 13 LHS bomb threat

LURAY ― The local school system will work to establish a parent notification protocol as part of division-wide security efforts. The latest efforts come as a response, at least in…
Page News and Courier /  03-22-2017

‘General Industry’ a go in Mount Jackson

MOUNT JACKSON — Town Council unanimously approved putting a new zoning district on the town’s books on Tuesday. An amendment to the town’s zoning ordinance creating a general industrial, or…

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Page News & Courier

‘Farm2Fork Affair’ showcases local foods; producers and consumers paired at inaugural event

LURAY ― Several hundred packed the Mimslyn Inn Monday afternoon to see what local producers have to bring to the sustainable table, and to get a taste of what the…
Page News and Courier /  03-08-2017

Farm2Fork Affair on tap for Monday

LURAY - Nearly 50 local producers will be showcasing their wares at the Mimslyn Inn in Luray during the Farm2Fork Affair Monday from noon to 4 p.m. The invitation-only event,…
Page News and Courier /  03-02-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Woodstock’s new strategic plan to be ready July 1

WOODSTOCK — Woodstock’s leaders are re-envisioning the town’s purpose and priorities via updates to its strategic plan. Town Council and members of the town’s Management Team met for a work…

Guthrie, Harris headline summer music festival

ORKNEY SPRINGS — A 1960s folk singer and a 13-time Grammy Award-winning country artist will headline the 54th Shenandoah Valley Music Festival this summer. Arlo Guthrie will open the festival…

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The Valley Banner

Elkton man shot by trooper charged

ELKTON — The Virginia State Police have filed charges against an Elkton man accused of attempting to wound a trooper Sunday evening. Shaun A. Riley, 34, has been charged with…
The Valley Banner /  02-16-2017

McGaheysville residents strongly oppose proposed cell tower

McGAHEYSVILLE — A few Verizon Wireless representatives were thrown to the wolves in McGaheysville last Wednesday. Company representatives closed up shop more than an hour early on a community meeting…
The Valley Banner /  02-08-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Teacher, students treated in spray attack; boy faces assault charges after Tuesday incident at WCHS

FRONT ROYAL — A physical altercation Tuesday at Warren County High School led to the arrest of a male student, according to a Warren County Sheriffís Office news release. A…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-09-2017

Irish Spring Festival to take a year off

FRONT ROYAL — Local St. Patrick Day revelers will have to find a new celebration of the holiday, as the Irish Spring Festival will go on hiatus this year. The…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-06-2017

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