Stephens City Police Department gets OK for academy switch
July 5, 2016
The Stephens City Police Department received formal approval to be one of 14 law enforcement agencies parting with the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy next year to form the Skyline Regional Criminal Justice Academy.
Stephens City adopts 2016-2017 budget
June 7, 2016
Town Council approved an ordinance to adopt the 2016-2017 budget at its regular June meeting on Tuesday.
Sherando High School Class of 2016
June 5, 2016
Sherando senior Brandon Teets, 18, of Stephens City walks to his seat during the start of commencement ceremonies Saturday morning at Arrowhead Stadium in Stephens City. 316 seniors received their diplomas marking the largest 2016 graduating class in frederick county. Rich Cooley/Daily
Students explore careers during final week at Aylor
June 3, 2016
Students at Robert E. Aylor Middle School started off their final week before summer vacation with a school-wide career fair on Tuesday.
Body found in park believed suicide
May 24, 2016
Law enforcement believes that a body found in Sherando Park Monday afternoon was that of an individual who committed suicide.
Moving franchise opens in Stephens City
May 6, 2016
A College Hunks Hauling Junk franchise has been opened in Stephens City. Steve Arvoy purchased the franchise, which specializes in junk removal and moving.
Stephens City gives first budget readings
May 3, 2016
Town Council approved the first two readings of its 2016-2017 budget at its May meeting.
Dead men do tell tales
April 15, 2016
Renowned and “retired” forensic anthropologist Dr. William Bass has visited plenty of schools to speak on a number of subjects, but his visit to Bass-Hoover Elementary School on Friday was special.
Horse known for Sherando Warrior appearances dies
March 24, 2016
The Sherando High School Warrior’s trusted steed of many years passed away Wednesday night.
Several Food Lion stores in region may be for sale
March 22, 2016
Food World, a trade publication, is reporting that some Food Lion stores may be up for sale as a result of a merger that has been approved by shareholders of the parent companies of Food Lion and Martin’s grocery stores.
Police search for armed robbery suspects
March 9, 2016
Stephens City police and area law enforcement are looking for suspects in connection with an armed robbery, breaking and entering and malicious wounding that occurred Tuesday night
Stephens City again opposes property tax bill
February 2, 2016
Town Council approved a resolution to oppose a bill introduced to the Virginia General Assembly at its meeting on Tuesday, with a few slight changes.
Stephens City clerk to resign
January 27, 2016
The town of Stephens City is looking to hire a new town clerk after Susan Jarreau announced her resignation late last week.
Town-to-town water options discussed
January 5, 2016
The town of Stephens City welcomed new staff and updated the community on current issues at its first 2016 meeting on Tuesday.
Students explore career interests through mentorships
December 15, 2015
Sherando students in the Gifted Independent Study program presented their semester projects alongside other Frederick County students at a student showcase Monday evening.
Students create ice cream flavors for local shop
December 8, 2015
FRONT ROYAL — Students at Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy recently created ice cream flavors for C&C Frozen Treats at 409 E. Main St., Front Royal.
Grape harvest boosted for region
October 31, 2015
After a year of up-and-down weather, the fall harvest for grape producers in the Northern Shenandoah Valley appeared to have ended more positive than previous seasons.
Market embraces history, looks forward
October 9, 2015
STEPHENS CITY – Richard’s Fruit Market Stephens City has been an agritourism feature for 61 years in-part, as Owner and Operator Eddie Richard explained, “By being dependent on what Mother Nature gives you.”
Sherando students take on positivity challenge
September 9, 2015
Families of students at Sherando High School took on Rachel’s Challenge after a nonprofit community presentation at the school’s auditorium on Wednesday night.
Area Christian school not among those opening today
September 8, 2015
Most Christian schools in the Northern Shenandoah Valley will be opening their doors to students for the 2015-2016 school year on Sept. 8, but not Riverfront Christian School in Front Royal, which will not offer their usual kindergarten through 12th grade classes.