The Shenandoah Valley-Herald
Paper Records Lost In Blaze At Alms House
MAURERTOWN — When the Alms House in Maurertown burned last Sunday, the fire took with it not just more than 250 years of history, but also the office of the Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter.
New Market family displaced after fire
NEW MARKET — A New Market family of three was displaced after the roof of their home burned last Sunday afternoon. New Market Volunteer Fire Company crews responded to 151 Shady Lane after an emergency call was placed at 2:14 p.m.
Edinburg man indicted on capital murder charge
WOODSTOCK — A Shenandoah County grand jury indicted an Edinburg man accused of killing an elderly woman last spring. Claude Delmus Shafer Jr., 36, was indicted Wednesday on a charge of capital murder in the commission of a robbery in connection with the slaying of 65-year-old Phyllis Henrietta Kline of Edinburg.
Shenandoah National Park shines brightly on new quarter
FRONT ROYAL — With a trickling waterfall of shiny new coins, a newly minted quarter featuring Shenandoah National Park was launched last Friday. Of the 1,000 people attending the event at Skyline High School, half were students, according to U.S. Mint spokesman Mike White.
Fort Valley man faces manslaughter charges
FORT VALLEY — The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Fort Valley man last week and charged him with voluntary manslaughter in connection with the March 31 shooting of a 36-year-old Winchester man.
The Shenandoah Valley-Herald / 04-10-2014