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Shenandoah County authorities have filed charges against a Martinsburg, W.Va. man who they believe committed several home invasions and burglaries in the area before he was arrested on or about Feb. 9 in Pennsylvania.
WOODSTOCK - Shenandoah County leaders clashed again this week over one supervisor's request for information from the school system.
Virginia has been voted the third best state in the country for green buildings, and the Warren County Public Safety Building has been cited as one of the better projects in the commonwealth.
A Front Royal man was rescued from the woods along Steed Lane in Warren County Tuesday evening.
Friday will be the last day the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum at 54 S. Loudoun St., Winchester, will open its doors to the community. Offering free admission for its final three hours on Final Friday, the museum plans to close for longer than a month in anticipation of the move to its new location at 19 W. Cork St.
A house once belonging to the Wayside Foundation for the Arts was auctioned off for $75,000 on Tuesday.
Those unfamiliar with the Elks National Foundation might be surprised to learn the recent activities of an area lodge.
A story published Wednesday should have said Shenandoah County has 667 people -- employees and their dependents -- covered by the local health insurance provider....
WOODSTOCK - Shenandoah County leaders need to raise tax rates or pare down spending requests to fill a $1.8 million gap in next year's budget.
WINCHESTER -- A Winchester woman linked in court records to two deaths by heroin overdose was sentenced Monday in circuit court to four years in prison and four years supervised probation.
House of Hope in Front Royal is working hard to continue providing services to men in need -- even though the homeless shelter learned this year that it has lost a significant portion of federal grant money.
WOODSTOCK -- More than 300 students from 12 schools, including Shenandoah, Frederick and Clarke county high schools and Robert E. Aylor Middle School, gathered in Central High School's gymnasium on Tuesday for its agricultural and natural resources college fair.
The bird cannon is gone, and the black vultures have returned to the Jamestown Road and Cavalier Drive neighborhood in Front Royal.
FRONT ROYAL -- A Winchester man agreed Tuesday in Warren County Circuit Court to plead no contest to a charge of committing sodomy with a child less than 13 years old.
The Kmart store on South Pleasant Valley Road in Winchester will begin its liquidation sale on April 3 and close to the public in early June, according to a statement from the company.
WINCHESTER -- When work wraps up on the Glen Burnie Manor House this spring, it might appear like nothing has changed.
FRONT ROYAL -- Town leaders split Monday over whether to ask the Planning Commission to include the U.S. 340-522 Corridor in the Comprehensive Plan update.
WOODSTOCK -- The dropout rate in Shenandoah County Public Schools continues to drop.
FRONT ROYAL -- Hiker Jennifer Pharr Davis traveled the Appalachian Trail faster than any other hiker, male or female. And she said she never considers herself more beautiful than when she is out on the trail.
A fire at an abandoned building in Basye is being investigated as a possible case of arson.
A Roanoke man is being held without bond after he was charged early Friday morning with five weapons-related offenses arising from a traffic stop on Interstate 81 outside Strasburg.
WOODSTOCK -- Each morning at 11:20 a.m., a group of Central High School students walk out the door, across the parking lot and into the W.W. Robinson Elementary cafeteria.
Students in Warren County Public Schools will have school on March 21 and May 2.
MIDDLETOWN -- Getting a new jailer ready for the rigors of the job begins at Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy where dozens of recruits are learning the fine points of maintaining law and order among hundreds of inmates, some of them with records of violent crime.
This year's strain of flu is impacting young, healthy individuals more than it is the very old or young, according to the Center for Disease Control.