SU to break ground on sports building

October 20, 2016

Shenandoah University will usher in the construction of its new Athletics & Events Center with a groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday morning.

Surge of overdoses reported

Winchester Police Chief Kevin L. Sanzenbacher speaks to the media outside the Timbrook Public Safety Center in Winchester on Wednesday. Another recent  spike in heroin overdoses prompted the news conference. Rich Cooley/Daily

October 19, 2016

A particularly dangerous batch of drugs may have caused a rash of opioid overdoses in the area over the past week, the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition reported on Wednesday.

SU rings in LGBT History Month

Jessica Clawson, left, co-owner of the Hideaway Cafe in Winchester, discusses the Pulse nightclub shooting at Shenandoah University's "Beyond the Vigil" panel on Thursday in honor of LGBT History Month. Also pictured is panelist Alex Carney.  Rachel Mahoney/Daily

October 6, 2016

Shenandoah University kicked off a month of LGBT celebrations on Thursday evening with a panel discussion on religion, sexuality and safe spaces.

Strasburg man indicted on bomb threat charges

Steven Hammond

September 23, 2016

A man who once briefly worked with the Strasburg Police Department is facing bomb threat charges in Winchester City Circuit Court after being indicted on Tuesday.

Grant to fund new SU certificate program

September 15, 2016

Shenandoah University will be developing curriculum this year for a new certificate program in line with a $10,000 grant from the Interfaith Youth Core and the Teagle Foundation.

Kitty needs new fetch partner

One-year-old Milo is a healthy, 10-pound kitty. Nathan Budryk/Daily

August 23, 2016

WINCHESTER – The Winchester-Frederick County SPCA is looking for a new companion for a quirky kitty.

Free medical clinic in Winchester receives grant

August 2, 2016

The Free Medical Clinic of the Northern Shenandoah Valley was awarded an $89,343 grant to expand behavioral health services by hiring a full time mental health nurse practitioner.

Winchester Days initiative returns to Old Town

July 28, 2016

Winchester Days, an initiative to help local business in the Winchester area, has returned to the city after a lengthy absence. The event started Thursday and runs through Saturday in Old Town Winchester.

Murder case continued before July hearing

July 21, 2016

WINCHESTER – A preliminary hearing for a Berryville woman charged with first-degree murder has been continued to a later date. The hearing, previously scheduled for Tuesday in Frederick County General District Court, was rescheduled for Sept. 30.

PBS travel show films in Winchester

Colleen Kelly, host and executive producer of PBS' "Family Travel with Colleen Kelly," takes direction from her cameraman at the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum in Winchester on Wednesday. Kelly and crew are filming various points of interest throughout the valley this week. Nathan Budryk/Daily

July 20, 2016

“Family Travel with Colleen Kelly,” a PBS travel show broadcast in more than 90 percent of the country as well as throughout the world, is filming in the Shenandoah Valley.

Warner, drug coalition discuss recovery

Virginia senator Mark Warner, left, and Mark Merrill, president and CEO of Valley Health System, listen Monday to officials with the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition speak during a roundtable discussion on opiate addiction. Rachel Mahoney/Daily

July 18, 2016

Winchester Medical Center hosted Sen. Mark Warner on Monday morning for a roundtable discussion on opioid addiction with representatives from the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition.

Collins takes Tourism Corporation on field trip

Front Royal attorney David Downes hands out a synopsis of the future beer museum he's planning to Judy Watkins,  special projects manager for Virginia Tourism Council, on Thursday during a tourism meet and greet sponsored by 29th District Delegate Christopher E. Collins. Fifteen members of the Virginia Tourism Council met with local tourism partners in Winchester and toured six area tourism businesses in Frederick and Warren counties. The proposed Virginia Beer Museum,  located beside his law office on Chester Street in Front Royal, is planned to open in late September.  Rich Cooley/Daily

July 14, 2016

WINCHESTER – Chris Collins, delegate for Virginia’s 29th district, led a delegation from the Virginia Tourism Corporation on a Thursday tour of several area tourism businesses.