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Drivers can expect to encounter alternating lane closures on Interstate 81 northbound and southbound at mile markers 296 and 298 in Shenandoah County and mile markers 302 and 307 in Frederick County.
WINCHESTER -- The knitting group at the Village at Orchard Ridge had always been a fun place for residents to chat twice a week, but Rhoda Kriz thought they could turn that yarn into something even more constructive.
The Warren County School Board approved a $50,000 endowment, which will be used to fund an annual scholarship at Warren County High School, at a board meeting Thursday night.
WINCHESTER -- In a "master plan" that will implement four phases over 10 years, The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley announced Thursday a revival of its property that will all but change its mission statement and how it will relate to the community.
Hannah Orndorff said she still gets chills thinking about standing with fellow classmate Nathan McDonald at the National Future Farmers of America Convention & Expo in Louisville, Ky., to accept an award for best middle school chapter for Signal Knob Middle School in Strasburg.
The public has another chance to comment on a plan to add 604 acres of Warren County to Front Royal.
STRASBURG -- The Lord Fairfax Soil and Water Conservation District held its annual awards luncheon Thursday to honor community members and organizations that have made sweeping efforts to improve the region's soil and water quality.
The third annual Entrepreneurship Week, hosted from Monday to Wednesday by Shenandoah University's Harry F. Byrd School of Business will focus on the process of starting your own business venture and will present Alamo Drafthouse Cinema founder Tim League with its Entrepreneur of the Year award.
WINCHESTER - A local, disaster-relief group has answered the Philippines' call for help after Typhoon Haiyan struck the country last week.
The trees planted this week on the Third Winchester battlefield will be celebrating their first growth rings at the battle's sesquicentennial next September, and officials from the Shenandoah Valley Battlefield Foundation expect the trees to last for 150 more years.
Randall Mason of Gainesville trout fishes with his fly rod along Passage Creek near Elizabeth Furnace in the George Washington National Forest. Rich Cooley/Daily
WINCHESTER -- Most people quit their jobs after winning the lottery. For Erin Riley, a winning raffle ticket decided her fate.
When Strasburg annexes the adjacent industrial park, two local businessmen urge the town to make the venture a success.
Homeowners who owe Front Royal for streetside improvements shouldn't stop writing checks just yet.
A story that ran in Tuesday's paper mentioned women being recognized as gold star mothers. American Gold Star Mothers is a national organization for mothers who have lost a son or daughter in military service.
A Winchester man has been charged with reckless driving following a two-vehicle crash at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday in Stephens City.
MOUNT JACKSON -- Town Council cleared the way Tuesday to expand Mount Jackson by 62 acres and make utilities available to prospective builders of the new area.
Borne out of the political swamp of Washington, D.C., and named after its official sport, Filibuster Bourbon has decided to age its spirits gracefully in Shenandoah County when it soon opens its first distillery.
WINCHESTER -- Valley Health Services CEO Mark Merrill touched on the new relationship with Inova Health System and the Affordable Health Care Act during the corporation's semi-annual luncheon Tuesday on the Winchester Medical Center campus.
Even as Strasburg pays off old loans in coming years, town officials can expect more debt with big projects.
FRONT ROYAL -- The national average price for a gallon of gasoline -- $3.21 -- is at the lowest it's been in 23 months. And for employees of the Southerlands assisted living community on Tuesday, it was even cheaper. It was free.
WINCHESTER -- The barrister's wig worn by James Wood, Frederick County's first court clerk who is also credited with founding Winchester, now has a home at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.
Authorities in Maryland on Sunday arrested a Front Royal man on the run from a half dozen law enforcement agencies.
An article on Monday about twins completing Marines boot camp incorrectly stated their stepfather was in the military. Their father served two terms in the military.
RICHMOND (AP) -- Motorists in Virginia are paying on average 10 cents less per gallon for gasoline than they did in October.