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WOODSTOCK -- The Shenandoah County Tourism Council is taking strides to show off the many outdoor activities the county has to offer.
WOODSTOCK -- This year a new, fancy lady will be leading the Route 11 Yard Crawl.
A Shenandoah County agency that fights homelessness plans to do so without a shelter.
The Meem's Bottom Bridge has received its share of punishing blows during its long history, so it was no surprise to state road officials when it took another hit Sunday, this one from a tractor trailer that failed to squeeze in under the bridge roof.
A Middletown man is facing a felony charge of torturing an animal and causing its death following his indictment by a grand jury Thursday in Frederick County Circuit Court.
Wayne Sealock's memories of the annual Front Royal Volunteer Fire Company's annual fireman's parade go back a long way.
FRONT ROYAL -- Waiting to treat symptoms of a heart attack can be deadly, but recognizing risk factors and symptoms isn't always easy.
MIDDLETOWN -- Town Council recently received a lesson in flag flying.
FRONT ROYAL - Front Royal leaders may change local zoning rules to allow hookah bars and smoking lounges in certain parts of town.
In a story Tuesday about Shenandoah County school bus and car driver safety awards, award recipient Dianne Orndorff was misidentified.
MIDDLETOWN -- When does a town truly become a town?
Work on an $18 million facility on the campus of Shenandoah Memorial Hospital in Woodstock should begin next year and will include a new emergency room, onsite urgent care center and office building for physicians who currently have offices in the community, Floyd Heater, hospital president, said Monday.
TOMS BROOK -- Town Council continues to draw headaches from what many have termed "the biggest eyesore in town."
A collision between two vehicles prompted closure of northbound Interstate 81 near the Stephens City exit around 7 p.m. Monday. Traffic was backed up about 2 miles, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation website 511virginia.org. No further information about the accident was available Monday night. Linda Ash/Daily
STRASBURG -- Time management helps any high school student balance schoolwork with sports, clubs and after-school jobs. Add to that an office in an organization with 200,000 members nationwide, and "multitasking" might not be a strong enough word.
The last of seven defendants arrested in connection with a prostitution sting conducted by local law enforcement pleaded guilty Monday in Shenenandoah County General District Court.
A recent award to Goodwill Industries of the Valleys will increase the options available to job seekers in the Northern Shenandoah Valley.
A "supermoon" rises over the Massanutten Mountain beside this communications tower at Signal Knob in this view from Strasburg on Friday night. When a full moon comes close in its elliptical orbit around the Earth, it appears bigger and brighter than usual. There will be two more supermoons this summer, on Aug. 10 and Sept. 9. Rich Cooley/Daily
Randi Wines, of Front Royal, kayaks down the North Fork of the Shenandoah River near Riverton recently. Wines and her family floated from Strasburg Town Park to the Riverton Park in Front Royal. Rich Cooley/Daily
Lacey Dysart of Woodstock has always been inquisitive, inspired by questions of how and why things are what they are. One of three students from Central High School to sweep the State Star category at the June convention of the Virginia Future Farmers of America, Dysart put that curiosity to good use.
Numerous national forests throughout the United States were recently given official designations in an effort to fight one of the top threats to their health: exotic insect pests.
The following public meetings are scheduled this week:
Audrey Kepler, 7, left, Aubrey LeBlanc, 11, center, and Elizabeth Kepler, 11, spend a summer's day selling lemonade, baked goods and doggie treats outside of the Kepler's home on East Queen Street in Strasburg. Aubrey's brother Ben, 9, took care of the advertising by using a sign to direct traffic to the stand at the intersection of Queen and Massanutten streets. Rich Cooley/Daily
FRONT ROYAL - Less than two weeks after opening the new regional jail in Warren County still has growing pains.
FRONT ROYAL -- A defense company wants to open a facility in Front Royal to train dogs to detect explosive devices.