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March 28, 2009

A civil suit brought by a former public relations director with the Shenandoah Valley Travel Association will not go to trial after all.

EDINBURG -- Shentel will acquire approximately 1,000 land lines in northwestern Augusta County under an agreement announced this week with North River Telephone Cooperative.

WINCHESTER -- A proposed expansion of the Winchester Medical Center campus will be up for review next month under Virginia's Medical Care Facilities Certificate of Public Need law.

March 27, 2009

WINCHESTER -- Valley Health has tapped another Texas man to lead its growing health care system.

March 25, 2009

Embarq customers could see significantly higher phone bills under a proposal aimed at increasing competition among carriers in rural areas of the state.

March 21, 2009

FRONT ROYAL -- Although Wednesday was her last official day as owner of the Front Royal Beauty School, Pat Greer was busy doing what she's done for nearly 30 years, overseeing students as they learn the trade.

WINCHESTER -- The city has confirmed the settlement of a dispute with Valley Health over the payment of real estate taxes on its new Wellness and Fitness Center.

Openings Audiology Hearing Care Services held an open house Wednesday for its new tinnitus treatment clinic in Martinsburg, W.Va. Tinnitus is a ringing or swishing in the ear that affects 25 million Americans. It can be caused by exposure to loud noise, medications, allergies, tumors...

March 18, 2009

STRASBURG -- Uncle Sam now has a stake in First Bank. The U.S. Treasury Department has purchased $13.9 million in First National Corp.'s newly issued preferred stock through the Treasury's Capital Purchase Program.

March 14, 2009

Winchester-area unemployment spiked to 7.7 percent in January, the region's highest rate in 16 years.

WINCHESTER -- OakCrest Cos. unveiled plans on Friday to restore The Lovett Building on the downtown walking mall.

MIDDLETOWN -- America's oldest continuously operating inn is looking for a buyer. The Wayside Inn, which has been welcoming guests traveling up and down the Shenandoah Valley since 1797, will be sold at auction April 30 at 1 p.m.

March 11, 2009

FRONT ROYAL -- A local golf club has avoided the auctioneer's gavel -- for now, at least.

FRONT ROYAL -- A Shenandoah County Circuit Court jury will hear a former Shenandoah Valley Travel Association official's wrongful termination suit later this month.

WINCHESTER -- As business leaders, there may not be anything you can do to reverse the economic slide, but there are a number of strategies you can use to position yourself to come out on the other side.

March 7, 2009

A proposal that would require all new residences to be equipped with fire sprinklers doesn't hold water with builders, who claim the systems are unnecessary and would only increase the purchase price of a home at a pivotal time for the industry.

MIDDLETOWN -- Lord Fairfax Community College's Office of Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education will offer a free workshop to area businesses and organizations on March 19

EDINBURG -- Shentel turned a blind eye to the economy last year, posting record earnings while continuing to add wireless customers and investing in service improvements.

March 4, 2009

STRASBURG -- Local all-terrain vehicle and scooter store Cedar Hill Motorsports is in bankruptcy, another victim of the recession, co-owner Michael Killen said.




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