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A Woodstock man accused of shooting another man may be released from jail after Circuit Court Judge Dennis L. Hupp rejected an appeal from the prosecution Wednesday that the defendant remain held without bail.
Important health conversations aren't easy for aging parents and their children, but area professionals say such discussions are essential.
Strasburg could begin the third phase of its Downtown Streetscape Enhancement Project next year.
WOODSTOCK - The Shenandoah County Animal Shelter can move forward on a renovation project thanks to donors and county staff.
Skyline High School in Front Royal has won $15,000 to use however it wants.
STRASBURG -- On a recent afternoon, a smiling 8-month-old Christian Ammons gave no clue that only last week he was sedated on a breathing tube at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., where doctors initially could not treat him.
WOODSTOCK - A strict set of development regulations in Shenandoah hinders economic growth for Shenandoah County, a supervisor says.
By Josette Keelor Medicare's open enrollment period begins today, and the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging wants to be a resource for area residents by offering free health care counseling sessions. The period from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7 is...
WOODSTOCK - Shenandoah County officials revived the top official position at the landfill to oversee the facility near Edinburg and related operations.
STEPHENS CITY -- Less than a month away, the original date of the Newtown Veterans Memorial dedication is looking unlikely.
Richard Perryman, whose promise to revive the Strasburg Home Theater turned out to be a costly illusion for a Warrenton couple, was sentenced Tuesday to one year in prison on a charge of obtaining money by false pretenses.
A motorcyclist died Tuesday morning in a crash on Interstate 81 that was linked to an earlier accident in the same area near Mount Jackson.
STRASBURG - The Civil War Battle of Hupp's Hill let federal forces know defeat didn't drive Confederate troops out of the Valley.
STEPHENS CITY -- In the fenced-in backyard of a friend's house, Matthew "Matty" Pangle recently chased a soccer ball. The game is one of the 7-year-old's favorites, and his mother Nichole Pangle said he would keep it up for hours if given the opportunity. His mother said she hopes that Matty, who's severely autistic, will have his own autism service dog soon to keep him safe when he runs.
Decisions by the Democratic and Republican national congressional committees late last week to cut ad spending sharply in the 10th Congressional District jolted the campaigns of Del. Barbara Comstock, R-McLean, and Democrat John Foust, but the two sides differed on what it means for their chances of winning.
Shenandoah County could give the old Woodstock School back to the town by the end of the year.
The Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fraud case in which someone bilked a local resident out of thousands of dollars by identifying himself as a representative of the Sheriff's Office.
A Shenandoah County rescue organization has found homes for 1,500 animals in two years -- and they are taking the necessary steps to do even more.
Despite the drizzle, Mount Jackson residents celebrated fall during the Mount Jackson Music & Harvest Festival on Saturday.
The following public meetings are scheduled this week:
FRONT ROYAL - The 44th Annual Festival of Leaves drew thousands of people to downtown Front Royal on Saturday for music, food and crafts.
On Friday, Jaclyn Roller Ryan, agriscience teacher at Signal Knob Middle School in Strasburg, competed in Richmond for Virginia Teacher of the Year.
Betty Molchany, 80, of Front Royal plants a group of pansies in the front yard of her Blue Ridge Avenue home on a fall afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
A federal jury in Harrisonburg Friday found the Front Royal Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department did not violate the free speech rights of two volunteer firefighters when it suspended one and stripped the other of his department membership.
FRONT ROYAL -- A sewer backup at a downtown property in May damaged a historic building and forced out its longtime tenants.