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WOODSTOCK -- Shenandoah County Commonwealth's Attorney Albert T. Mitchell will be retiring at the end of the year.
WINCHESTER -- A veteran educator from Spotsylvania County has been selected as the next superintendent of Frederick County Public Schools.
FRONT ROYAL -- A woman who was swept downstream from the low-water bridge over the Shenandoah River on Morgan Ford Road Tuesday afternoon has been found safe.
STAR TANNERY -- Residents are being asked to come together in an effort to save their local post office.
WINCHESTER -- A massage parlor worker charged with prostitution was performing a sex act on a client when police arrived at the city spa Wednesday, authorities say in court papers.
WINCHESTER -- Authorities say at least two women performed sex acts with clients at a city business recently.
WINCHESTER -- A Front Royal man must serve a year in jail for fleeing the scene of a single-vehicle crash in September that killed a passenger.
FRONT ROYAL -- A Fauquier County man faces a charge of attempted capital murder of a police officer in a May 4 incident involving a Warren County Sheriff's Office deputy.
WINCHESTER -- Authorities say several suspects broke into a motorcycle dealership and stole four motorbikes earlier this week.
Showers are expected to increase in frequency and power Tuesday afternoon as the Northern Shenandoah Valley remains under a flash flood watch, according to the National Weather Service.
EDINBURG -- The company that bought a Tyson Foods poultry complex in Harrisonburg says the vast majority of farmers growing chickens for that operation are concerned a federal lawsuit challenging the purchase "may jeopardize their livelihoods."
WOODSTOCK -- Friends and family of Katalina Mikitarian, 21, are celebrating her being found safe Monday morning after being missing for a week.
A Woodstock family is asking for the community's help to find their missing daughter, Katalina Mikitarian, 21, who was last seen boarding a bus in Richmond on May 9.
WINCHESTER -- Several local churches have fallen victim to a possible scam and authorities warned others to remain alert.
WINCHESTER -- A violent sex offender from Strasburg violated probation by groping a teen girl near town less than two years after serving time for a sex crime against a child.
WINCHESTER -- Some cats authorities rescued from a Frederick County home Monday could give birth any day and push the number close to 100.
STRASBURG -- Scott C. Harvard has been appointed president and chief executive officer of First Bank and its corporate parent, First National Corp.
MIDDLETOWN -- A man evicted from a Frederick County trailer home gave dozens of cats to authorities Monday, highlighting a trend animal control officers see during a bad economy.
WINCHESTER -- A former high school teacher convicted of having sex with a minor student must spend a year in jail for violating his probation.
WINCHESTER -- Motorists can expect delays as a motorcycle group travels through Frederick County late Monday morning, authorities warn.
FRONT ROYAL -- A motorist was shot by a Warren County Sheriff's Office deputy early Wednesday after the driver rammed another deputy's cruiser, according to a news release issued by Sheriff Daniel T. McEathron.
WOODSTOCK -- A Northern Virginia man was sentenced to serve 18 years in prison for raping and committing aggravated sexual battery against two girls during a gang party Wednesday in Shenandoah County Circuit Court.
WINCHESTER -- Authorities say a teenage boy stabbed a family member several times at their home in Shawneeland after an argument Tuesday night.
WINCHESTER -- Thousands of people lined city streets Saturday afternoon for the Chevrolet Grand Feature Parade, one of the most popular events at the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
WOODSTOCK -- The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado tore a 33-mile path of destruction through Shenandoah and Rockingham counties early Thursday morning.
MT. JACKSON -- National Weather Service officials were inspecting damage in southern Shenandoah County Thursday morning, where an apparent tornado touched down hours earlier and caused severe damage.
WINCHESTER -- A West Virginia woman suffered serious injuries after falling from a hospital parking garage in the city early Wednesday morning.
WINCHESTER -- A study backing the closing of part of Millwood Avenue near Shenandoah University now goes to City Council for more discussion.
WINCHESTER -- A motorist was hospitalized Monday afternoon after the Jeep Cherokee he was driving was struck head-on by a Chevrolet Impala in the 1400 block of Apple Pie Ridge Road.
A flood watch is in effect today through Saturday morning for portions of the northern Shenandoah Valley and the eastern West Virginia Panhandle.
The National Weather Service in Sterling, Va., has issued a flood watch for Friday for portions of the Northern Shenandoah Valley and West Virginia's eastern Panhandle.
BERRYVILLE -- A town police officer's gun discharged during a response to an altercation between two people late Wednesday night.
WINCHESTER -- Police are looking for a suspect wanted in a purse-snatching Wednesday afternoon.
HARRISONBURG -- A Texas truck driver's time spent as a co-defendant in U.S. District Court civil lawsuits stemming from a fatal crash has ended for now.
This afternoon's weather forecast calls for a breezy day with sunshine and a high of 80, but there is a chance that a cold front moving through the Mid-Atlantic states could bring scattered thunderstorms, some severe, to our area.
WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival picked the daughter of a former Washington Redskins quarterback to wear the crown as queen in this year's Bloom.
STRASBURG -- Excavating crews are working to repair a large sinkhole on Oranda Road.
BERRYVILLE -- A Loudoun County woman must serve prison time for robbing a Clarke County cigarette store owner in 2010 and purse-snatching weeks later.
NORFOLK -- Northern Virginia Daily staff members received 52 awards for excellence in writing, photography, newspaper design and advertising Saturday during a Virginia Press Association conference.
WINCHESTER -- Jim and Kim Stutzman donned the crowns as king and queen of the 21st annual Doo Dah Day on Friday.