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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

Regional commission seeking a new director

FRONT ROYAL — The Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission is looking for a new executive director after Martha Shickle announced last week that she will be leaving the post. Shickle,…
The Warren Sentinel /  11-19-2015

19-year-old charged with second degree murder

LURAY ― Charges against a 19-year-old in connection with the shooting of a 15-year-old Page County High School student were elevated on Monday in Page County Juvenile and Domestic Relations…
Page News and Courier /  11-18-2015

Teen arsonist sentenced to 35 years

LURAY ― A Page County juvenile who set his father's home ablaze in the early morning hours of Christmas Eve was sentenced Monday in Page County Circuit Court. Jacob Elijah…
Page News and Courier /  11-18-2015

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Page News & Courier

Page County says Premier Technical Services must repay $300,000

Tong: ‘That money was invested as I was directed to invest it’
Page News and Courier /  05-16-2012

‘We are all we’ve got,’ speaker tells Democrats

Krystal Ball: ‘If we do not raise our voices, nothing is going to get better’

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Shenandoah County represented at RNC

Rules battle irks Virginia delegates; state group got lost on bus ride to convention center

New York men arrested for illegal sale of cigarettes

Five New York men were arrested this month in Mount Jackson on charges of selling cigarettes without a tax stamp, police say.

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The Valley Banner

Grottoes lawn party ready to get underway

GROTTOES — The Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department’s annual lawn party gets underway this week and is held from Wednesday through Saturday, July 19-22, at Mountain View Park. Wednesday is Veterans…
The Valley Banner /  07-19-2017

Town seeks to enhance its street improvement efforts

ELKTON — Town improvement efforts soon will be hitting the streets. Troy Shifflett, Elkton’s public works director, told members of Town Council at their meeting Monday night that he’ll put…
The Valley Banner /  07-19-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Valley Health takes on deadly blood infection

Valley Health is continuing its attempts to integrate services and cooperation between staffs at its six regional hospitals. One area in which they’re working to realize that vision is in…

Hybrids in Front Royal: Small supply matches low demand

those who sell cars for a living say that even when gas prices approached $4 a gallon, most customers could not be persuaded to buy a hybrid.
The Warren Sentinel /  05-14-2012

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