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A Woodstock man was charged with two counts of assault on a law enforcement officer and several related offenses after a chase on Interstate 81 Sunday night that authorities say reached speeds of 120 mph.
Incorrect college football scores for the Top 25 ran in Monday's paper on B2. The corrected scores are on B2 today.
Alex Newhart, a volunteer with Virginia Working Landscapes, knows firsthand the difference a citizen scientist can make.
BERRYVILLE -- The Friends of the Shenandoah River have monitored the river and its streams since 1989. And they have some startling results that may have a direct impact on local residents.
The fourth annual Shenandoah AutumnFest drew people out on a sunny but windy day Saturday to eat barbecue and sample cigars, local wines and whiskey. The event was a fundraiser hosted by the Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce at the fairgrounds in Woodstock.
Parents and children had fun Saturday during the Family Fun Fest for Christ Fall Festival. The event was held at Peter Muhlenberg Middle School in Woodstock.
Daily staff report State transportation officials advise that the Indian Hollow Bridge in Warren County will be closed for a few hours Thursday. The Virginia Department of Transportation plans to host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new, Va. 613 (Indian...
Shenandoah County The Tourism Council meets at noon Tuesday in the Woodstock Cafe, 117 S. Main St. The Citizens Advisory Committee meets at 5 p.m. Wednesday in the Shenandoah County Government Center, 600 N. Main St., Woodstock. New Market Town...
MIDDLETOWN -- Jagged bones jut out from a pile of amputated arms and legs. Stubs of flesh poke through a mound of rags. Bloody body parts sit, stuffed into wooden crates.
MIDDLETOWN -- It's just about the only time you can point a gun at someone, pull the trigger and stay out of jail.
MIDDLETOWN -- Reenacting can be an expensive hobby, and the deeper one gets into it, the pricier it can be.
Authorities say a 15-year-old boy from Tennessee stole a Frederick County police cruiser while handcuffed and led them on a chase of several miles before crashing and damaging two other police cars Friday morning.
FRONT ROYAL -- When four former Front Royal students reunite with classmates for a reunion this weekend, it will be like reuniting with family -- a family divided by segregation.
FRONT ROYAL -- When shoppers enter Gathered, they are stepping into the idea that has been in Cadyn Speziale's head for almost 10 years.
An increase in air pollution from Dominion's power plant in Warren County shouldn't harm public health or the environment.
The Bank of Clarke County recently hired Carl A. Esterhay as Eagle Investment Group's Senior Trust Officer.
Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation Department recently made improvements and added to its facilities in Maurertown.
How clean are your hands? Good hand washing practices are a natural response to virus outbreak, such as Ebola, but according to Risk Analyst David Robinson, many people don't clean their hands properly, even when they think they do.
Front Royal's Kmart store is scheduled to close its doors early next year.
The White Post Men's Diversion Center is among three state Department of Corrections facilities to be closed under executive branch cost cutting plans announced by Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
BERRYVILLE -- The Clarke County Animal Shelter hosts a rabies clinic every October, but shelter manager Jenny Wright said this one will be particularly huge.
MIDDLETOWN -- For many Middletown businesses, the third weekend in October is the busiest time of the year.
A federal judge in Martinsburg, West Virginia, has dismissed a lawsuit filed by relatives of a former Stephens City resident who was shot to death during a confrontation with Martinsburg police in 2013.
Jim Stevenson, of Mount Jackson and an employee of the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, strolls along the Bushong Farm at New Market Battlefield Park on a fall morning. Rich Cooley/Daily
By Alex Bridges The future Leach Run Parkway might go through bat country -- just not Indiana bats. A spokeswoman for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday that Stantec, an environmental consultant, caught no Indiana bats during mist-netting...