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Local parents have grabbed the attention of state officials in a fight to keep the Child Development Center in Winchester open.
Vanessa Tracy is a 17-year-old rising senior who loves to laugh, dance and challenge herself academically. According to her mother, Theresa Tracy, she was never one to give up or lack motivation.
The Church of the Valley is no longer.
The Shenandoah County School Board might have to make some tough decisions in the coming months because of changes with insurance requirements for the division's employees.
Although disappointed with the final General Assembly budget, the Brain Injury Association of Virginia will continue fighting for improved and increased services for those with brain injury in underserved areas.
Out of county tuition rates could increase by about $700 for Warren County Public Schools.
Valley Health is currently holding several community baby showers to benefit local agencies and new families in need.
Massanutten Military Academy is partnering with the Heroic Imagination Project to become the first boarding school in the world to embrace the program's curriculum and incorporate it into campus culture.
Thanks to the Shenandoah County Library System, residents at Dutch Haven Assisted Living in Maurertown are reading more than ever.
Of Stonewall Jackson High School's 127 graduates, there are at least two shining examples of how hard work pays off.
For the first time since its opening six years ago, Skyline High School will hold graduation inside.
Central High School will hold its graduation at 7:30 p.m. Friday night inside the new gymnasium.
Oscar Berglund never thought much of the color purple, but after spending this past year at Strasburg High School, he's learned to love it.
If you think you're seeing double during Sherando High School's commencement exercises, it might be because of the eight sets of twins graduating.
Warren County High School will hold commencement exercises Thursday evening for the 199 graduates in the Class of 2013.
Local Virginia Cooperative Extension agents are urging residents using private water supplies to get their water tested this month through an inexpensive clinic.
QUICKSBURG - When Julie Neese-Whitaker first met 15-year-old Garrett Lloyd, she realized that he struggled with basic communication and often got so frustrated that he wound up in a ball on the floor.
The United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley will give almost $400,000 in impact grants to 33 local agencies.
QUICKSBURG -- A Shenandoah County student has taken it upon herself to get the local community involved in relief efforts for victims of last week's devastating tornado in Moore, Okla.
Winchester Medical Center has recently expanded its cancer program with the addition of an advanced treatment option, thanks to a partnership between the hospital and the University of Virginia Health System.
STEPHENS CITY - Sherando High School's 2012-2013 yearbook staff have somehow managed to one-up last year's publication of the "Tribe."
EDINBURG - After three years as the Shenandoah County Library Board chairman, Hank Zimmerman recently was recognized by the Virginia Public Library Director's Association as "Outstanding Library Trustee."
The Warren County School Board has agreed, by consensus and by the superintendent's recommendation, to deny a request from the town to provide funding for half the materials necessary to install a bridge at Sycamore Lane.
Through the recent months of up and down weather, construction on Lord Fairfax Community College's student union building is still on track.
FRONT ROYAL - The Warren County School Board approved a list of publishers to provide science textbooks on Thursday, but the decision was not an easy one for some board members.
Parents of local children with intellectual and development disabilities are fighting back against the state department of health's decision to close the Child Development Clinic in Winchester.
Northern Virginia Daily reporter Kim Walter snapped this amazing photo after Thursday's storm. She was on her way from Front Royal to Berryville when this view prompted her to stop and capture it.
This Saturday at 10 a.m., two local military academies will graduate their small, but successful, classes of 2013.
Area schools are coming together to raise awareness and funds for a variety of types of cancer this Saturday.
Winchester Medical Center has welcomed Anne Whiteside as its new Vice President of Nursing and Chief Nursing Officer.
FRONT ROYAL - A bit of the moon made its way to Warren County Middle School on Wednesday.
In conjunction with May 19 - 25 being National EMS Week, the Lord Fairfax EMS Council will host an open house to educate community members on what the emergency responders do every day to protect the region's health and safety.
FRONT ROYAL - Emergency Medical Service personnel were thanked and honored during an event at the North Warren Volunteer Fire and Rescue station Wednesday afternoon.
Winchester Medical Center is leading the way for interventional cardiologists everywhere, as it has recently initiated a clinical trial to test a new treatment of heart disease.
For 10 years Dr. Glenn Burdick was well known as the Winchester City Public Schools superintendent, and while community members may still recognize him, it's no longer because of his educational background.
The Virginia Legislature has proclaimed May as Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and to help keep awareness on everyone's minds, Gov. Bob McDonnell decided to shed a little light on the topic.
Valley Health has quite a presence in the surrounding counties, and it doesn't look like that will be changing any time soon.
Education is a continually changing arena - in fact, you can't expect to feel confident in your education without some kind of progress.