TODAY'S NEWS

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…

High rent, low quality: Poor conditions irk renters; officials look at ways to address issue

FRONT ROYAL — Flushing toilets, taking showers and washing laundry are everyday tasks usually accomplished without negative consequences. In Candi Plaugherís recent house, however, heavy water usage would cause a…
The Warren Sentinel /  11-03-2017

Peak season hike? SNP one of 17 parks that could see drastic entrance fee increases

LURAY — A proposed hike in entrance fees could more than double costs to visit Shenandoah National Park during peak season. The proposed increase at 17 national parks would affect…
Page News and Courier /  11-03-2017

Supervisors ask staff to create noise ordinance

HARRISONBURG — It may be difficult, but Rockingham County officials will take a swing at noise regulations. The Board of Supervisors directed staff to craft a noise ordinance at its…
The Valley Banner /  11-03-2017

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Page News & Courier

Bluegrass Salute to Veterans

LURAY — A salute to local veterans is what the annual bluegrass festival held at the Luray VFW was started for and what it continues to be all about today.…
Page News and Courier /  09-28-2017

Dedication of monument brings history to life

STANLEY — At the beginning of this year, after much deliberation, the Ed Good Park in Stanley was chosen as the site of a new monument to honor families who…
Page News and Courier /  09-22-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

State OKs regional economic development plan

HARRISONBURG – A five-year plan for economic growth in the Valley focuses on raising and retaining employment in five growing industries. On Sept. 13, the 24-member GO Virginia State Board…

Apple Butter Celebration this weekend at Skyland

SKYLAND — There’s one thing on the menu during Shenandoah National Park’s annual September festival — apples. Creamy apple butter, apple crafts and a special apple menu help celebrate the…

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The Valley Banner

Autumn Days returns bigger than ever

ELKTON — It appeared as though Elkton’s annual Autumn Days Festival might die after a 30-year run when the original Elkton Progressive Improvement Committee disbanded late last year. EPIC, after…
The Valley Banner /  09-28-2017

Hemp to harvest: Lawmakers, advocates tour Rodes’ Port Republic farm during a Hemp Field Day

PORT REPUBLIC — U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte’s industrial hemp bill charged this year’s industrial hemp field day, which drew about two dozen people to Glenn Rodes’ Port Republic farm Friday.…
The Valley Banner /  09-22-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

A slice of history, fun - Warren Heritage Society event expected to draw thousands

FRONT ROYAL — Downtown will be packed Saturday to host Front Royal's oldest and largest festival as the Warren Heritage Societyís annual fundraiser, the Festival of Leaves, returns for a…
The Warren Sentinel /  10-12-2017

Warren County tourism spending increased in 2016

FRONT ROYAL — Visitors to Warren County spent nearly $140 million here in 2016, according to a report released last week by the Virginia Tourism Corp. That figure is up…
The Warren Sentinel /  09-25-2017

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