FRONT ROYAL – Progress has been made on the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority’s fiscal year 2018 audit, which is about 11 months overdue, as the authority has received adjusted journal entries from its accountants.

As a result of $1.2 million in donations, a small private school in Huntly is now able to offer tuition assistance after almost closing in May.

WOODSTOCK – The Shenandoah County School Board on Thursday approved the calendar for its work on the 2021 fiscal year budget.

A story that appeared on A7 of Thursday's paper, "Area school officials share concern with lawmakers," should have read that there were 30 students last year in the Harrisonburg High School who received therapeutic day treatment services, and at the start of this year there were three students.

The Woodstock Police Department reported the following incidents in October:

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WOODSTOCK — Growling machines and hoses filled with cement are breaking the silence and taking up the width of Tower Road as the long-awaited repair project begins to give the road shape.

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FRONT ROYAL – The town will spend $887,537 to replace damaged sewer lines contributing to the overloading of the wastewater treatment plant.

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FRONT ROYAL - During Matt Tederick's first Town Council meeting as interim town manager, citizens took issue with his contract.

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MOUNT JACKSON – Administrators from four area school divisions and representatives of state and national lawmakers gathered at Triplett Tech on Wednesday to discuss four issues of importance to the schools.

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FRONT ROYAL – After months of discussion, Crooked Run West LLC has withdrawn the request to rezone its land west of the Target shopping center from commercial to residential use.

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 STRASBURG – A Tuesday night Town Council meeting, which attracted more than 75 people, started with talk of a dual protest: those who want Mayor Richard Orndroff Jr. to step down and those who support the work he's doing in spite of three legal battles he's been fighting this fall.

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STEPHENS CITY — Preparations for sleet and snow begin in August for Virginia Department of Transportation officials.

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A story that appeared on 3A Wednesday, "Front Royal man faces child pornography charges," should have stated that the suspect works for a contractor that provides custodial services to the schools. 

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FRONT ROYAL — Police arrested a town man on Saturday, charging him with two counts of filming or photographing child pornography of a child younger than 15.

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The following Shenandoah County fire and rescue departments have announced their weekly activity for Nov. 4-10:

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WOODSTOCK – Area U.S. military veterans received recognition Monday for their service in the armed forces.

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Kristen Pence, of Front Royal, has won the South River District seat on the Warren County School Board.

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FRONT ROYAL – Citizens gathered Monday at the Warren County Courthouse for the annual Veterans Day Ceremony hosted by the Giles B. Cook American Legion Post 53.

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MIDDLETOWN – On Monday, astronomy hobbyists and professionals gathered to stare at the sun.

Virginia Market News Service reported the following weekly ag trends on Nov. 8:

This year marks the centennial anniversary of the American Legion and the organization celebrated it with a major legislative victory.

WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County Sheriff Timothy Carter defended himself and his office Thursday from what he called accusations by at least one member of the Board of Supervisors.

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A Texas man who had an online relationship with a Linden teenager who committed suicide in 2018 has been federally indicted for allegedly harassing the family after the girl’s death.

WOODSTOCK – Environmentally friendly business policies can be good for the bottom line. That was the message at the “Go Green, Get Green” event held Wednesday night at Woodstock Brewhouse.

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WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County supervisors delayed a vote on a proposal to extend utilities to land that could hold dozens of homes.