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

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

‘Festival of Freedom’ set for Sunday in Elkton

ELKTON — The “Festival of Freedom” will begin at 4 p.m. and last throughout the evening on Sunday, July 16, at Blue Ridge Park in Elkton. The event, which is…
The Valley Banner /  07-14-2017

Curtis guilty; gets life in prison

FRONT ROYAL — A West Virginia man had no notable reaction when the jury returned a guilty verdict in his Warren County Circuit Court murder case. Clay Marshall Curtis, 64,…

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Page News & Courier

LFCC president announces retirement

LURAY — Lord Fairfax Community College will see a new leader in the coming year. Nearly nine-year LFCC President Cheryl Thompson-Stacy announced last Thursday she will retire from the position…
Page News and Courier /  06-29-2017

Shifflett handed down life, plus 45 years for his role in the shooting of a pregnant woman

LURAY ― For his involvement in the shooting of a pregnant woman, a 22-year-old Page County man will serve the next 15 years in prison. The sentence was handed down…
Page News and Courier /  06-23-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Shen Co Chamber program aims to train new leaders

WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce is launching a new program to train the next generation of county leaders. Leadership Shenandoah County, which the chamber announced on June…

Board debates sheriff complex again

WOODSTOCK – On June 1, the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors reviewed an altered plan for a new sheriff’s office building that contains 20 more square feet than the original…

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The Valley Banner

Elkton public hearings planned for Monday

ELKTON — Town Council wants to hear what its citizens have to say about plans to spend more than $5.661 million in the upcoming fiscal year and tax and fee…
The Valley Banner /  06-07-2017

Wine importer gets OK to move to Elkton

ELKTON — A Page County business that imports artisanal wines from France and Italy and sells them to highend American restaurants has the go- ahead to move into town. Elkton’s…
The Valley Banner /  06-05-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Property reassessments coming soon: 2019 real-estate tax bills will show updated values

FRONT ROYAL — A county contractor will soon begin field work for the next countywide real-estate reassessment. The Warren County Board of Supervisors last week approved a $535,000 contract with…
The Warren Sentinel /  06-16-2017

Council adopts $45.9 million budget

FRONT ROYAL — The Town Council gave final approval Monday night to a $45.9 million spending plan for fiscal 2017-18. The budget includes about $10.9 million in the general fund,…
The Warren Sentinel /  06-16-2017

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