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…

‘It’s God’s Planet’

FORT VALLEY — Fortified with faith-based conviction about the need to act on climate change, Fort Valley resident and environmental activist Katharine Layton, 58, attended the United Nations Climate Change…

New Market Fire and Rescue chief out, county staff yanked

NEW MARKET — Additionally, the county fire and rescue department pulled its 14 paid staff members from the New Market Fire and Rescue Company station on Dec. 21 and relocated…

Fatal shooting probe continues - Prince William County woman killed; boyfriend faces charges

CHESTER GAP — Rappahannock County Sheriff's investigators are stil piecing together the details of the recent incident that left a Prince William County woman dead and a Chester Gap man…
The Warren Sentinel /  12-28-2015

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Page News & Courier

Page County considering options, concerns about landfill

Issues include costs vs. revenues, residents’ trash limits
Page News and Courier /  04-13-2012

SAAA gets infusion of cash from Valley Health

The region's largest health-care provider gave the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA) a much-needed injection of cash last week..

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Grocery store robbed in Edinburg

Several small items were taken from an Edinburg grocery store that was found broken into early last Thursday morning

No tattoos in New Market?

Tattoo parlors and body-piercing shops may soon be prohibited from opening within the New Market town limits.

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The Valley Banner

New EACC director hired; police chief search continues

ELKTON — Elkton’s search for a police chief is expected to continue into next month, at least, but a new director for the Elkton Area Community Center is in place.…
The Valley Banner /  11-10-2017

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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The Warren Sentinel

Front Royal Council begins ‘clean up’ of town charter

As the town prepares to celebrate its 225th anniversary next year, members of the council have initiated an effort to remove outdated and redundant sections of Front Royal’s charter.
The Warren Sentinel /  03-23-2012

Wait goes on for new judge in 26th Circuit

Local officials upset by delays in Richmond

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