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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

Bomb investigations unit responds to ‘suspicious package’ report

LURAY ― A “suspicious package” discovered two weekends ago in a Luray parking lot prompted a bomb squad response, according to authorities. The Luray Police Department responded to the call…
Page News and Courier /  10-21-2015

Five candidates vie for town attorney

LURAY ― The town will likely select its next attorney from a pool of five applicants, according to Mayor Barry Presgraves. The application deadline was Monday, Sept. 21. In August,…
Page News and Courier /  10-21-2015

Lost rings recovered at dump

FRONT ROYAL — Melanie Mullinax was lying in bed when she realized she was not wearing her rings. "Before I got out of bed, I knew what I did," Mullinax…
The Warren Sentinel /  10-21-2015

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Page News & Courier

Luray will see new councilmen this year

Racer, Schiro announce they will not seek re-election; Meaney, Sours announce runs at council
Page News and Courier /  03-02-2012

Pierce, Sampson seek re-election to Shenandoah Council

Councilman Comer bows out; mayor pursues 12th term
Page News and Courier /  03-02-2012

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Bid For Regional Jail Approved

The Regional Jail Authority approved a revised bid for building its jail facility that reduced the contract by about $100,000 from what had been submitted earlier this month.

Identity Of Final Victim Of New Market Fire Released By Investigators

Ashby-Lee Elementary Planning Tree Memorial For Student Who Died In Feb. Fire

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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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