Valley milk slapped with injunction for tainted milk powder

STRASBURG — The Food and Drug Administration has filed a court order against Valley Milk Products in Strasburg, banning the production of all powdered milk as a result of salmonella…

‘General Industry’ a go in Mount Jackson

MOUNT JACKSON — Town Council unanimously approved putting a new zoning district on the town’s books on Tuesday. An amendment to the town’s zoning ordinance creating a general industrial, or…

Woodstock’s new strategic plan to be ready July 1

WOODSTOCK — Woodstock’s leaders are re-envisioning the town’s purpose and priorities via updates to its strategic plan. Town Council and members of the town’s Management Team met for a work…

Egger to vacate town council seat after marriage, move

FRONT ROYAL — Councilwoman B'bhinn Egger broke some bad news to her constituents Monday night, but she had a good reason. Egger will resign effective July 1 because she plans…
The Warren Sentinel /  03-16-2017

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Page News & Courier

Stanley Elementary teacher, school, garner state recognition

STANLEY ― A Stanley Elementary teacher this month garnered state recognition for Elementary Teacher Excellence. During the Virginia Children's Engineering Council's annual convention on Feb. 9 and 10, second-grade Stanley…
Page News and Courier /  02-22-2017

Page County man faces up to two life sentences in connection with April shooting of pregnant woman

LURAY ― On his second day of trial on Tuesday just before 9 a.m., Matthew David Furlow sits on a bench in Page County Circuit Court. Ten months after he…
Page News and Courier /  02-15-2017

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The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Spiggle to challenge Bailey in Shenandoah County’s District 4

WOODSTOCK — An emergency medical technician from Woodstock will challenge a first-time Shenandoah County supervisor for her seat on Nov. 7. Thomas Spiggle III, 38, announced his candidacy for the…

New Market Battlefield Park founder dies at 102

NEW MARKET — Scott Harris, former director of the New Market Battlefield State Historical Park, said one of his predecessors, James Jewel Geary, made him feel as though he was…

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The Valley Banner

Want a ride? VPAS offering van trips to Harrisonburg and back

ELKTON – For Elkton-area seniors ages 60 and older who may have a hard time making the trip from the town to Harrisonburg, the Valley Program for Aging Services is…
The Valley Banner /  02-01-2017

Donations have poured in to help Elkton’s fire victims

ELKTON — It has been a month since a downtown Elkton fire severely damaged a combination retail and apartment building and left its residents without a home and many of…
The Valley Banner /  01-26-2017

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The Warren Sentinel

Warren administrator: Number of home starts back to normal

FRONT ROYAL — The Warren County housing market in 2016 continued its slow climb back from the down years of the recession. The number of new home starts in Warren…
The Warren Sentinel /  02-23-2017

Warren supervisors OK Reliance Road truck ban; Frederick board must approve before going to state

FRONT ROYAL — A truck ban on Reliance Road is one step closer to reality. The Warren County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution requesting the Commonwealth Transportation Board prohibit…
The Warren Sentinel /  02-23-2017

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