Edinburg

Edinburg issues water alert

August 31, 2015

Edinburg remains on a water-conservation alert after a well pump stopped working late last week.

Shentel reaches deal to acquire nTelos

August 12, 2015

Shenandoah Telecommunications Inc. has reached a deal to purchase Waynesboro-based nTelos Inc. at $9.25 per share, the company has announced.

Antique cars to visit Edinburg

July 31, 2015

A multitude of polished antique vehicles will park at the Edinburg Mill from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday for the 2nd Annual Edinburg Antique Auto Show.

A-Way 2 Play property sold

July 28, 2015

After lying inoperable for close to six years, 59 acres of what used to be A-Way 2 Play Family Sports Center near Woodstock were sold by residents Chris and Pamela Wells.

Libraries offer summer fun

William Richards, 4, of Woodstock, reacts to The Loud Poetry Guy at the  Shenandoah County Library on Tuesday.    Rich Cooley/Daily

July 24, 2015

EDINBURG — Libraries are no longer the silent, no-talking zones they used to be, and recent additions at Shenandoah County Library are helping redefine what a library should be to its community.

Squad car to serve seniors

July 14, 2015

The Town of Edinburg will be giving the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging its choice of two vehicles formerly used as town police cars for use with their Meals on Wheels program.

Edinburg police count down to the end

June 30, 2015

The last minute of the last shift for the Edinburg Police Department was scheduled to fall at 10 p.m. Tuesday when officer Terry Polk pulled up to police headquarters for the final time in a squad car bearing the town’s name.

Central High School Class of 2015 graduation

Courtney Copp, 18, of Woodstock, smiles after receiving her dipoloma during commencement exercises outside the sports complex at Central High School on Saturday morning. There were 214 seniors receiving diplomas during the event. Rich Cooley/Daily

June 14, 2015

Courtney Copp, 18, of Woodstock, smiles after receiving her dipoloma during commencement exercises outside the sports complex at Central High School on Saturday morning. There were 214 seniors receiving diplomas during the event. Rich Cooley/Daily

Edinburg hoping for economic growth in 2015

June 14, 2015

With its budget for the 2016 fiscal year in place, Edinburg Town Mayor Daniel Harshman indicated that the town is hoping for a strong year, economically speaking.

State officials stress biosecurity measures

June 10, 2015

As the H5N2 strain of avian influenza wreaks havoc in the Midwest, officials and researchers in the Virginia’s poultry industry are on high alert and bracing for the worst.

A helping hand for caregivers

Linda Olson, right, coordinator of the Shenandoah Agency on Aging's Our Place respite program in Edinburg, leads participants and volunteers in hand strengthening exercises on Wednesday. From left are volunteer Vera Blum and participants Becky Wolverton and Evelyn Sager.  Josette Keelor/Daily

May 27, 2015

EDINBURG — In the fellowship hall of St. John’s United Methodist Church of Edinburg, a respite program called Our Place provides activities for area residents experiencing symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

Lights, camera, action

A black bear cub that was rescued in Edinburg is shown with one of the rehabilitators at the Wildlife Center of Virginia.   Courtesy photo

April 23, 2015

Residents and wildlife enthusiasts now have the opportunity to witness the rehabilitation of three black bear cubs first-hand.

A little off the top

Roy Custer, of Edinburg, trims the top portion of a tree limb off Toll House Road in Maurertown on a recent spring afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily

April 17, 2015

Roy Custer, of Edinburg, trims the top portion of a tree limb off Toll House Road in Maurertown on a recent spring afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily