Six firefighters charged for sex with teen

STRASBURG — Six members of the Strasburg Fire Department, including its chief, were arrested over the weekend as a result of a Virginia State Police investigation into accusations that five…

Luray woman arrested on three rape charges for sexual contact with child under 13

LURAY — Minnie Pierce, 30, was arrested Saturday, Dec. 12 and charged with three counts of rape, classified as sexual intercourse with a child 13 or younger. The alleged incidents…
Page News and Courier /  12-16-2015

Road to Recovery seeks volunteers

The American Cancer Society is looking for some volunteers for its Road to Recovery program. Volunteers give cancer patients rides to medical appointments, said Kaitlin Pomerleau, community manager with ACS…
The Valley Banner /  12-16-2015

Lord Fairfax eyes cybersecurity

WOODSTOCK — Last week, a former Virginia senator asked the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors for $50,000 for fiscal 2017 to advance the school’s cybersecurity program. Former Sen. Russ Potts…

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Page News & Courier

February Indictments - Page County

Luray man indicted on malicious wounding charge; Allegedly shot his wife, then turned gun on himself
Page News and Courier /  03-12-2012

Romney wins Page County amid low voter turnout

Election cost estimated $21 per vote
Page News and Courier /  03-12-2012

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

SU student leads local job analysis

While there are more applicants than jobs in fields such as administrative support, construction, stock loading and computer network systems, the region will see growth in the fields of health…

Redskins visit Shenandoah County

The Washington Redskins visited the campuses of three Shenandoah County Schools as well as the county fairgrounds Friday. 

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The Valley Banner

Under contruction? Council receives plans for former town hall

HARRISONBURG — More than 17 months after a flooded basement sparked an inspection that led to its use as Elkton’s Town Hall being discontinued, Town Council members soon could act…
The Valley Banner /  01-08-2018

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

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The Warren Sentinel

Regional Jail Price Tag Estimated At $71.2 Million; Construction To Begin This Summer

Supervisors Ponder Tax Increase To Cover Jail’s Construction, Operational Costs

Sen. Obenshain Includes Education, Eminent Domain Reform Among 2012 Priorities

Likely AG Bid Also Raises Profile Of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Legislation

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