The Shenandoah Valley-Herald

Artistic Director to leave Wayside Theatre

Warner Crocker, artistic director of the Wayside Theatre, resigned at the end of last month. Dr. Byron Brill, president of the theater’s board of directors, said Crocker had 15 “wonderful” years at the professional theater, which has struggled financially for the past two years.

Probe of regional jail site robbery continues

Warren County Sheriff Daniel McEathron said whoever broke into trailers at the site of the RSW Regional Jail, which is under construction on U.S. 340/522, “knew what they were looking for.”

Born on the Fourth of July

As the nation celebrates 237 years of independence on Thursday, Margo Glavis, a German immigrant and current resident of Hidden Springs Senior Living in Bentonville, will modestly mark her 107th birthday.

Route 11 Chips finalist in New York showcase

Route 11 Potato Chips company in Mount Jackson was selected as a finalist in a national specialty foods showcase Monday in New York City.

Father charged in Woodstock toddler’s death

The father of a Woodstock toddler who died last month is facing child endangerment charges, according to Shenandoah County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court records. Jeremy Alexander Vermillion, 25, was arrested June 18 by the Woodstock Police Department in connection with the June 5 death of his 20-month-old son, according to the warrant for felony arrest.

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