Page News commemorates 150th anniversary with open house next Thursday

LURAY ― From his office on Luray's South Court Street, Harrisonburg businessman Samuel J. Price published the first edition of what is now the Page News and Courier on March…
Page News and Courier /  07-20-2017

Relish the moment: 90th Firemen’s Carnival runs through July 22

FRONT ROYAL — About 1,500 pounds of cabbage and onions went into this year's batch of famous relish for the 90th Front Royal Fireman's Carnival. The result: over 500 gallons…
The Warren Sentinel /  07-14-2017

Luray Middle School principal named Educator of the Year

LURAY ― A Page County educator last month was recognized with top honors by the state's middle school association. During a school-wide annual awards assembly on June 8, President of…
Page News and Courier /  07-14-2017

CPR training pays off for local teens

LURAY ― A group of Page County teens recently sprung to action with life-saving measures during an experience they say was life changing. During a trip last month to Pompano…
Page News and Courier /  07-14-2017

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Page News & Courier

Stanley’s 51st annual homecoming celebration runs through Saturday

STANLEY ― Now in its 51st year, the town's annual homecoming festivities are aimed at offering bigger acts, brighter lights and bustling crowds. The action was slated to kick off…
Page News and Courier /  06-30-2017

LFCC highlights achievements in Page during fifth annual Evening with the Stars

STANLEY ― Educators, supporters, students and alumni gathered last Thursday to celebrate the past 11 years of Lord Fairfax Community College's presence in Page ― and to look to the…
Page News and Courier /  06-29-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Supervisors hamstrung over Social Services appointments

WOODSTOCK – The Shenandoah County Social Services Board will drop from four members to three on July 1 after a disagreement among members of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday…

School division building internship program

WOODSTOCK — Officials with Shenandoah County Public Schools are partnering with county businesses to develop an internship program for high school students to fulfill a state mandate on student career…

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The Valley Banner

Meals tax, water rates rise; cigarette tax hike nixed

ELKTON — Town Council voted last Monday to raise Elkton’s meals tax and its water and sewer rates in support of the $5.66 million budget it unanimously passed for fiscal…
The Valley Banner /  06-28-2017

Rate increases, meals, cigarette tax hikes discussed

ELKTON — Residents didn’t object to Elkton Town Council’s plans to raise their water and sewer rates and meals tax when the panel met Monday night, but a representative of…
The Valley Banner /  06-15-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Teen avoids more jail in bomb-hoax case

FRONT ROYAL — The teen accused of placing a hoax bomb at Warren County High School pleaded guilty and was sentenced Monday in Warren County Circuit Court. Caleb Daniel Sutphin,…
The Warren Sentinel /  06-23-2017

Official: Girl rescued while tubing on river

BOYCE — A girl tubing on the Shenandoah River in Clarke County with her family on Sunday afternoon had to be pulled from the water when ìshe got caught up…
The Warren Sentinel /  06-23-2017

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