Elections, development mark year for area towns

December 28, 2016

With 2016 all but in the books, a review of the year’s biggest news stories in town government shows that local elections, business dealings and development were some of what topped the region’s concerns.

Council discusses wastewater plant issues

November 9, 2016

EDINBURG — Town Council discussed issues with the town’s waste water treatment plant and outdated language in the town code at its monthly meeting Tuesday.

Wine, cheese shop to open at Edinburg Mill

Mike Clem, of Edinburg, is planning to open  Heritage Mill Wines 1848 inside the Edinburg Mill during the second week of September. Rich Cooley//Daily

August 12, 2016

Folks visiting the Edinburg Mill will be able to grab a bottle of wine or gourmet cheese starting in September when Edinburg native Mike Clem opens his shop, Heritage Mill Wines 1848, in a portion of the historic building.

Edinburg Council holds first reading of new budget

May 11, 2016

The Town of Edinburg held a public hearing in regards to its amendment of the budget for fiscal year 2015-2016. The amendments were an increase in the town’s total enterprise fund revenue from $563,600 to $575,257.

Fire damages Edinburg grocery store

A pile of burned insulation rests outside the front of Larkin's Grocery at Columbia Furnace west of Edinburg on Monday afternoon. A fire Sunday night damaged the store interior and has forced the store to close. Rich Cooley/Daily

April 25, 2016

EDINBURG – Flames shooting out of the bottom of a drink cooler at Larkin’s Grocery Store startled co-owner Sunny Singh on Sunday evening.

Edinburg Council approves contract renewals

April 13, 2016

Edinburg Town Council approved several contracts at their meeting on Tuesday. Included among those approved was the contract with Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office, which will cost $93,890, roughly a 3 percent increase from a year ago.