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Communities surrounding the Shenandoah National Park lost $8.9 million in visitor spending last October, according to a report recently released by the National Park Service.
Tuesday the Volunteer Farm in Woodstock will celebrate 10 years feeding area hungry. In 10 years, it's raised 303 tons of food and attracted more than 18,000 volunteers from 42 states and 27 foreign countries.
As college students flock to the beaches for spring break, some students and faculty at Shenandoah University are headed to more exotic locales.
WINCHESTER -- When William Sutton, founder of Veterans of Valor, learned about the vast community of homeless veterans throughout the county, he decided to start a program that would work to provide those men and women with what they deserve.
Trinity Lutheran Church in Stephens City will prepare for Easter this year with Sunday night concerts of Celtic-themed music.
FRONT ROYAL -- After having her fourth child, Jessica Hrbek of Front Royal wanted to change the way she looked and felt. So she did.
Frederick County's three biggest law enforcement agencies are planning a joint effort to target drunk drivers on and around St. Patrick's Day.
FRONT ROYAL - The long-awaited Leach Run Parkway project likely could affect many area residents and property owners when complete.
John Carter of Front Royal dusts the snow off a friend's truck on West Sixth Street on Wednesday. Temperatures managed to reach 40 degrees -- enough to melt some of the snow on Wednesday. Thursday's high will be around 36. Rich Cooley/Daily
Rick Saffell has been operating First Choice Septic Service in Lebanon Church since 1994, but he's afraid his days in the business are numbered under new licensing requirements from the state.
WINCHESTER -- April Adams is trained to practice Reiki therapy. After starting with Winchester Medical Center, she noticed her boss was suffering from a headache. Within just a few minutes of Reiki, the headache was gone.
WOODSTOCK -- Shenandoah County leaders and the sheriff again appear at odds over staffing in the law enforcement agency.
WOODSTOCK -- Shenandoah County's fire chief may not get the extra responders he has requested for next year.
Heavy snows have helped in efforts to contain a fire in the Shenandoah National Forest, park officials said Wednesday.
Eleanor Miller's right hand has carpel tunnel syndrome, an affliction her doctor thinks is a likely product of the night Sean Thomas Hall duct taped her hands and feet and ransacked her Strasburg home.
A Front Royal man is being held without bond in the Warren County Jail after an encounter with law enforcement officials in which he is accused of pulling a gun on two members of the Warren County Sheriff's Office.
WINCHESTER -- All 15 of Mindfulness Instructor Shell Fischer's students sat facing her with their eyes closed, breathing deeply.
Three juvenile males likely caused the fire that damaged an abandoned building in Basye on Sunday, Feb. 23.
The introductory meeting of the Shenandoah County Construction Coalition will be held at 6 p.m. March 20 in the government center at 600 N. Main St., Woodstock. The meeting was rescheduled from Monday because of the inclement weather.
At top: Tommy Williams, left, and Justin Corbin, right, both custodians at Warren County Middle School, scatter salt on the school steps Wednesday morning. Area schools were making walkways accessible after the latest winter storm forced school closings throughout the area on Monday and Tuesday. Above: David Howard, pastor of Strasburg Prespbyterian Church, clears the parking area outside the church on South Holliday Street on Tuesday. Photos by Rich Cooley/Daily
FRONT ROYAL - Warren County needs to fill a $3.4 million hole to balance next year's budget.
A federal magistrate judge has ruled against a Warren County landowner who has been resisting a years-long effort by county officials to force her to clean up a yard they deem excessively cluttered.
A tractor trailer crash late Monday left debris strewn across the eastbound lanes of Interstate 66 in Warren County, requiring several hours of cleanup.
A Strasburg property owner's question about water service to an older part of town spurred a wider study of public utilities in other annexed areas.
The new leadership atop the Virginia Board of Education includes a woman from Frederick County.