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Groundbreaking ceremony celebrates new $38 million hospital in Luray

Although site work on the new hospital began in September, supporters gathered Monday for the ceremonial event. The groundbreaking had been initially scheduled to take place last month, but was postponed due to the effects of “Superstorm” Sandy, which reached the Mid-Atlantic coastline three days before. Valley Health President and CEO Mark Merrill joked he felt the need to begin carrying a shovel in the back of his truck — a reference to the nonprofit organization's recent expansion trend. Valley Health launched two new healthcare facilities in Page County in the last year. The organization opened a $1 million Shenandoah Health Center in May and a $4.1 million Luray clinic last December. The new Page Memorial Hospital will adjoin Luray's Page Health Care building.

After 14 months, state police SAAA probe continues

The Virginia State Police investigation into financial irregularities discovered at the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA) in 2011 continues 14 months after it began.

Page County administrator to leave his post Dec. 14

On Friday, Dec. 14, Mark Belton will close out his 7 years as Page County Administrator. On Monday, Dec. 17, he will assume the same role for Charles County, Md. At his request, Belton has been released early from his contract with Page County, which expires on Jan. 23, 2013

VDOT TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING FOR ROUTE 616 TURN LANE PROJECT IN PAGE COUNTY

The Virginia Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing concerning improvements to Route 616 (Leakesville Road) in the Page County. The meeting will take place from 4 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, December 5, 2012, at Luray High School, 243 Bulldog Drive, Luray, VA  22835.

Court: Agency did not defame ex-employee

The Sehnandoah Area Agency on Aging won at least a temporary victory in Warren County Circuit Court recently in the case of a former employee who sued for defamation of character.

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