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FRONT ROYAL - Motorists could see improvements on some Warren County roads in the next few years.
Heavy rain sweeping through the Northern Shenandoah Valley Wednesday raised river levels to near flood stage for the first time this year.
Warren County High School is now $15,000 richer. Thanks to the Cash for Schools contest powered by Safford of Winchester, the school was able to tally up enough votes to win the large chunk of change.
The United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley is partnering up with AARP Virginia to host a Home Fit Workshop on May 21.
Veterans looking to return to the civilian workforce are getting a helping hand from those around them.
A horse grazes in a wet field off Swan Drive east of Edinburg. Rich Cooley/Daily
A duck rests along the banks of Stony Creek in Edinburg as rain drops on a soggy afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
Glenn Hall of Fredericksburg looks at the flooding along Passage Creek in Fort Valley this morning. Hall was enroute to a house he owns in Fort Valley, but was stopped due to Fort Valley Road being covered by water. Rich Cooley/Daily
WOODSTOCK - Town Council voted unanimously at its meeting Tuesday to appoint Reid Wodicka as a successor to Larry D. Bradford, who retires June 1 after leading Woodstock for 26 years.
For the first time in more than a decade, the Frederick County Board of Supervisors may give itself a pay raise.
Old Town Winchester merchants are aiming to make the Loudoun Street Pedestrian Mall the place to be in the city.
The owners of Stoney Creek Roller Rink & Fun Center in Woodstock have filed for bankruptcy in U.S. District Court.
Shenandoah County sheriff's deputies arrested a New Market man Thursday and charged him with burglary and two other felonies after finding him after work hours in a plant where he used to work.
Strasburg likely could save millions of dollars on an upgrade of its wastewater treatment plant by taking a different contracting approach.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man, described as armed and dangerous, who is suspected of stealing a 9mm pistol.
Strasburg police arrested a Woodstock man Sunday afternoon and charged him with brandishing a firearm and reckless use of a firearm after investigating a report of a man pulling a loaded gun and pointing it at another man during an argument.
Crooks can use pens as well as guns to steal, and no group is more vulnerable to unscrupulous plots to separate people from their money than the elderly.
An article in Tuesday's Daily should have stated that 100 percent of male smallmouth bass upstream from any sewer treatment plant or human discharge were found to be intersex, linking the phenomenon to agricultural use.
The Shenandoah River has reclaimed its status as a "legendary" fishing venue, Shenandoah Riverkeeper Jeff Kelble says.
WOODSTOCK - After his first year as a full-time school counselor, Timothy Luikart has already been recognized as an "Emerging Leader" by the region's counselor association.
The town of Strasburg has won what could be a final victory in a legal dispute with fired police officer Aaron Lewis.
Winchester is inviting the public to "come out and enjoy the community's living room" May 17 and 18 as the Old Town Mall's renovation project is celebrated.
In an article about prom proposals, which ran in Saturday's paper, Tyler Ferrero's name was misspelled.
Winchester authorities have identified David A. Moats, 53, as the man who died in a fire at a house at 926 Woodstock Lane on Sunday afternoon.
WOODSTOCK - Motorists in Shenandoah County may not see road improvements for several years