Council appoints planning commission, zoning appeals members
February 14, 2017
EDINBURG – Town Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening and proclaimed April 4 as National Service Recognition Day and also proclaimed the first week of April as Local Government Education Week. Council members also appointed Anne Parks to the town’s planning commission and Michael Franklin to the town’s board of zoning appeals.
Goodlatte invites some to lunch: Protesters gather outside ask for town hall
February 13, 2017
EDINBURG – Congressman Bob Goodlatte, R-Roanoke, held a luncheon Monday to meet with area businesspeople, elected officials and other community leaders to discuss, among other topics, Donald Trump’s executive orders, the Affordable Care Act and Goodlatte’s role in what some perceived to be an attempt at weakening the Office of Congressional Ethics.
Fire burns Conicville home
January 31, 2017
CONICVILLE — Fire crews responded to a house fire at 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon and arrived to find a home, located at 68 Jerome Road, engulfed in flames.
Mayor, DEQ to discuss water treatment plant
January 10, 2017
EDINBURG – Town Council met Tuesday evening with an which included an update on Edinburg’s wastewater treatment plant by Mayor Dan Harshman.
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.
The Trump house: Edinburg man shows his love for president-elect
November 13, 2016
EDINBURG – Chatting in Tommy Smith’s front yard on Senedo Road is problematic, because cars seem to interrupt conversations by the sentence with their horns as they pass.
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EDINBURG — Town Council discussed issues with the town’s waste water treatment plant and outdated language in the town code at its monthly meeting Tuesday.
Council passes firearms amendments
October 11, 2016
EDINBURG – Town Council approved two firearms amendments to the town code at its monthly meeting Tuesday.
Wine, cheese shop to open at Edinburg Mill
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.
Council reappoints Vice Mayor Wood, discusses expenses
July 12, 2016
EDINBURG – At its monthly meeting Tuesday, Town Council appointed Steven Wood to continue his service as vice mayor. Wood has served Edinburg in that capacity since 2003.
Edinburg Council adopts budget
June 15, 2016
Town Council unanimously adopted its proposed budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year Tuesday evening.
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.
Cleanups slated for portions of Stony and Mill creeks
May 3, 2016
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries needs the public’s help with a cleanup of two area trout streams.
Pet of the week: Bubbles is looking for lots of attention
May 3, 2016
EDINBURG – Bubbles, a one-year-old calico cat at the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter is looking for a forever home with a loving family.
Town elections set for Tuesday
May 1, 2016
Voters in Shenandoah County’s six towns can pick local leaders by going to the polls Tuesday.
Hamburg Ruritan Club celebrates 60 years of service
April 28, 2016
EDINBURG – The Hamburg Ruritan Club celebrates its 60th anniversary this year.
Fire damages Edinburg grocery store
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.
Incumbent Minnick seeks Town Council re-election
April 21, 2016
Teresa Minnick is seeking re-election for one of three Town Council seats available in the town of Edinburg. The town votes on May 3.
Small business owner runs for Edinburg Town Council
April 20, 2016
Stephen Van Stee is running for one of three available Town Council seats in Edinburg. Van Stee, retired from the U.S. Air Force, currently serves on Edinburg’s Planning Commission.
Former teacher runs for Edinburg Town Council
April 20, 2016
Carrie Hamilton, a former preschool teacher, is running for one of three Edinburg Town Council seats up for election May 1.