Chase Tasker, 13, of Middletown, watches his Skyline High School junior varsity baseball team warm up between innings of a recent game. Two years ago, Tasker underwent a heart transplant after suffering from a severe heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy. Rich Cooley/Daily
Chase Tasker, 13, of Middletown, watches his Skyline High School junior varsity baseball team warm up between innings of a recent game. Two years ago, Tasker underwent a heart transplant after suffering from a severe heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy. Rich Cooley/Daily

Back in the game

March 27th, 2015

MIDDLETOWN — In spring of 2013, less than two months after heart surgery, 11-year-old Chase Tasker stepped up to bat for his Warren County Little League baseball team. He chose his pitch, connected with the ball and jogged to first base.

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Fatal shooting case heading for grand jury

March 27th, 2015

The case against a Mount Jackson man accused of fatally shooting a woman with a stray bullet was dropped Friday in Shenandoah County General District Court, but the final outcome may still be a long way off.

Trail project draws interest

March 27th, 2015

A few Strasburg residents shared their thoughts this week on a proposed trail along U.S. 11 to Food Lion.

Passion play scheduled for Good Friday

March 27th, 2015

St. John’s Bosco Catholic Church will hold a non-denominational Passion play at its newly acquired property on Good Friday in Woodstock.

Va. Port Authority reports profit loss

March 27th, 2015

The Virginia Port Authority reported this week it incurred a $560,000 loss in February — due to winter weather — and that resulted in work slow downs and work stoppages.

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Va. Port Authority reports profit loss

March 27th, 2015

The Virginia Port Authority reported this week it incurred a $560,000 loss in February — due to winter weather — and that resulted in work slow downs and work stoppages.

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Four Falcons score goals in win over Eagles

March 27th, 2015

WOODSTOCK – Central’s boys soccer team built momentum earlier this week with a close loss on the road to defending Group 2A state champion George Mason. The Falcons kept it rolling Friday night at home against Clarke County.

Prep scores: March 27

March 27th, 2015

Friday’s results
Baseball
• Falcons 6, Eagles 5
Clarke County 011 000 3 – 5 4 5
Central 021 101 1 – 6 7 3
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Passion play scheduled for Good Friday

March 27th, 2015

St. John’s Bosco Catholic Church will hold a non-denominational Passion play at its newly acquired property on Good Friday in Woodstock.

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