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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…

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

Neon lights and frights: DarkWood debuts 3D mind maze in 17th season

LURAY — The subjects are menacing, but before it goes dark, under bright house lights, it's almost cheerful ― bursts of colors and florescent swirls. It all changes when the…
Page News and Courier /  10-26-2017

SVBF aims to protect local battlefields

HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation is working to protect nearly 1,600 acres on land bordering the Cross Keys and Port Republic battlefields in Rockingham County. Last week, the…
The Valley Banner /  10-26-2017

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Page News & Courier

Luray’s Festival of Spring will be different in 2018

LURAY — It was almost scrapped, at least for one year. Facing a number of logistical problems with the planning and location of the 2018 Festival of Spring, Luray Parks…
Page News and Courier /  09-18-2017

Apple Butter Celebration this weekend at Skyland

SKYLAND — There’s one thing on the menu during Shenandoah National Park’s annual September festival — apples. Creamy apple butter, apple crafts and a special apple menu help celebrate the…

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Region sees bump in 2016 tourism revenue

HARRISONBURG — New marketing initiatives and the opening of new businesses contributed to a nearly 5 percent rise in average tourism revenue in four Valley counties and Harrisonburg in 2016.…

Governor to visit Fisher’s Hill Battlefield

STRASBURG — Gov. Terry McAuliffe is coming to the Valley on Sept. 19 to celebrate Civil War battlefield preservation. McAuliffe and Julie Langan, director of the Virginia Department of Historic…

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The Valley Banner

Apple Butter Celebration this weekend at Skyland

SKYLAND — There’s one thing on the menu during Shenandoah National Park’s annual September festival — apples. Creamy apple butter, apple crafts and a special apple menu help celebrate the…

Council to decide on bids for old town hall repairs

ELKTON — The house that the town’s government once called home could be in for a thorough examination sometime soon. During its work session Monday night, Elkton Town Council members…
The Valley Banner /  09-15-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Brews and Blues festival to feature dozens of breweries

FRONT ROYAL — Local and regional brewers and musicians will be featured Saturday at the Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce's eighth-annual Brew and Blues Festival. About 55 beers will…
The Warren Sentinel /  09-22-2017

Front Royal selects Magalis as its next police chief

FRONT ROYAL — The town police department has a new leader, as Warren County Sheriffís Maj. Kerry L. "Kahle" Magalis II was introduced last week as Front Royal's next chief…
The Warren Sentinel /  09-18-2017

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