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WOODSTOCK -- The latest apartment being built in Woodstock has prime access to the town's high school.
Colombus Tutt, Jr, 80, of Luray, brought his work outside the upholstery shop at Edinburg Motors on a recent spring afternoon. Tutt, who was working on the bench seat of a pickup truck, has been doing upholstery work for 44 years and works 35 hours a week. Rich Cooley/Daily
MAURERTOWN -- A fire destroyed Shenandoah County's historic Alms House at the County Farm early Sunday morning.
MAURERTOWN -- Shenandoah County lost "a jewel" Sunday when a fire destroyed its historic Alms House at the County Farm.
Over the past several years, Lynn Gray, vice president of patient and family support services with Blue Ridge Hospice, has been trying to give people more control over their lives.
A fire damaged a home in New Market on Sunday afternoon.
Work on the Strasburg downtown streetscape project is moving forward as crews make up for time lost this past winter.
A group that owns land in Strasburg says the town must provide sewer service to their property.
STRASBURG -- Locals are asked to wear purple on Tuesday in honor of the children of actively serving military.
FRONT ROYAL -- At its meeting Thursday night, the Warren County School Board approved for Superintendent Pam McInnis to negotiate a contract with Sodexo Inc., its current food service management company, for the upcoming school year.
Shenandoah County The Board of Supervisors holds a public hearing on the fiscal 2015 budget and tax rates at 7 p.m. Tuesday at W.W. Robinson Elementary, 1231 Susan Ave., Woodstock. New Market The Town Council Finance and Personnel Committee meets...
WINCHESTER -- Richard Marcinko brought his unique experience as the founder of Navy SEAL Team Six and comments about the meaning of leadership to a nearly filled lecture hall Friday at Shenandoah University.
Shenandoah County charges a penny for each gallon of water it delivers to customers -- far less than what many stores charge for the same amount for such a vital service
Once one of the last remaining bastions against a debilitating virus sweeping across the U.S., Virginia reported its first case of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea on Tuesday.
STRASBURG -- Norma Dano and her six sisters were born and raised in the Strasburg area. They all still live within a few miles of each other.
WOODSTOCK -- Jennifer Orndorff, 27, of Strasburg, works with children every day at a day care. But when her son was born, she still needed help.
The most important week in the Christian calendar begins on Sunday, and area churches will combine efforts for Palm Sunday services.
FRONT ROYAL -- Joyce Broy, 72, of Reliance, and Peg Goodyear, 79, of Browntown, play a vital part in Warren Memorial Hospital's operations -- all on their own time.
WINCHESTER -- The horizontal black and white stripes are unmistakable.
Two patients were transported by air and ground to Winchester Medical Center after a collision on Stonewall Jackson Highway in Warren County early Friday morning.
Joshua Dorsey of Strasburg and his daughters, Olivia, 7, left, Melanie, 2, center, and Natalie, 4, at right, stroll through a line of blooming trees at Strasburg Town Park on a spring afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
Strasburg may not need to raise sewer rates to cover the cost to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant.
The Virginia Cooperative Extension and Valley Conservation Council are asking for input from Shenandoah Valley farmers for a food system infrastructure needs assessment.
Roy Marshall signs a list of names on this cross outside the old courthouse in Woodstock on a spring afternoon. Marshall, who is homeless, was writing names of individuals and churches that have been hospitable to him. He carries his cross to The Gym in Woodstock where he has a fitness gym and ministry. Rich Cooley/Daily
Brett Wightman of Edinburg has been honored as a state winner in the 2013 National Corn Yield Contest. He placed second in the state in the irrigated class with a yield of 271.06 bushels per acre.