EDINBURG -- Outdoor enthusiasts and other residents collected garbage dumped along Shenandoah County streams Saturday in the hopes of restoring fishing sites and keeping waterways clean.
FRONT ROYAL -- Samuels Public Library has been named one of the top performing libraries in the nation in billionaire Mark Cuban’s Winter Reading Challenge.
STRASBURG — The town’s first Shamrock Social attracted more than 100 people to Strasburg Square for music, games and food Saturday afternoon.
A Front Royal man has been charged with threatening a public official stemming from a voicemail left on West Virginia Del. Eric Porterfield’s office phone.
Warren County Fire and Rescue responded to a gas leak at the Commonwealth Senior Living Community in Front Royal on Thursday.
STEPHENS CITY – Shopping got easier Thursday when Martin’s unveiled its new Martin’s Direct Center.
The investigation into the arson fire at a Tom’s Brook home continues, and investigators are asking for help.
The Strasburg Town Council is set to discuss the town’s proposed budget and the proposed Cedar Valley development at 33227 Old Valley Pike during its work session on Monday.
WOODSTOCK – The Shenandoah County School Board on Thursday unanimously approved a $70,256,789 operating budget for fiscal year 2020.
EDINBURG – State and federal legislators returned home Friday afternoon for Shenandoah County’s annual legislators luncheon.
WOODSTOCK – County supervisors have approved a bed and breakfast in the Mount Jackson agricultural and forestal district for more intensive use, opening the door for a special use permit application.
FRONT ROYAL – Bryan Layton has tossed his name into the hat to replace Commonwealth's Attorney Brian Madden, who was recently appointed a judge in the 26th Judicial Circuit Court.
FRONT ROYAL – Invoices for the canceled Skyline Criminal Justice Academy state that the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority spent $540,269 on the project.
STRASBURG – The town will soon have a tattoo parlor on King Street.
MOUNT JACKSON – Town Council members approved a bid from Letter Perfect to install a new marquee sign in front of Town Hall.
FRONT ROYAL – Authorities claim a prisoner turned a comb into a knife while incarcerated at the regional jail last week.
Shenandoah County authorities say one of five men accused of planning and pulling off a home invasion last month hit a dog with a baseball bat while another suspect hurt a victim with a type of pepper spray.
WOODSTOCK – A man accused by Shenandoah County authorities of soliciting a child over the internet remains at large.
The Shenandoah County government department handling land development lost another employee last week when planner Jill Jefferson quit her position in the Office of Community Development.
NEW MARKET – Town Council members wrestled through their first run at a budget for the fiscal year 2020 on Tuesday evening.
MAURERTOWN – Heavy rains last summer followed by piles of snow this winter led to a surge in cattle loss in Shenandoah County, according to Bobby Clark, a senior extension agent.
Tuesday’s fire in Tom’s Brook has been ruled an arson, and a reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to a conviction.
Virginia Market News Service reported the following weekly ag trends on March 8:
The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
The Woodstock Police Department reported the following incidents in February:
FRONT ROYAL – Citizens can expect a slight bump in their utility bills as Town Council on Monday approved rates that may result in $3 monthly increases.
FRONT ROYAL – After 15 years on the job, Warren County Treasurer Wanda Bryant recently announced her intentions to retire before her term comes to an end.
MIDDLETOWN — The Town Council approved three new members to the Planning Commission at Monday’s meeting.
TOMS BROOK – Shenandoah County authorities say someone likely set fire to a home that forced out four people Tuesday.
The following Shenandoah County fire and rescue departments have announced their weekly activity for March 4-10:
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WOODSTOCK—Shenandoah County Planning Commission members pressed pause on a special use permit application that would open up roughly 200 acres of land for a solar farm.
FRONT ROYAL — The town is hoping that the Warren County Board of Building Codes Appeals will hear any appeals regarding the recently passed property maintenance code.
FRONT ROYAL — A town woman accused of welfare fraud avoided prison time by entering a plea deal Monday.
The Strasburg Police Department reported the following incidents in February:
FRONT ROYAL — Public safety professionals squared off Saturday in a series of feats of strength competitions during the 4th annual Heroes Challenge.
WOODSTOCK – Local author Jason Wright’s novel, “Christmas Jars,” is getting the film treatment.
FRONT ROYAL - A proposed hike to utility rates that could result in a $3 monthly increase to utility bills will be the subject of a 7 p.m. Town Council public hearing tonight.
STRASBURG – Town Manager Wyatt Pearson said he does not anticipate any tax increases this year.
WOODSTOCK – Shenandoah County supervisors appeared hesitant to increase funding for community groups and programs Thursday evening.
FRONT ROYAL – County officials are considering the construction of a Fire and Rescue training facility off ESA Lane on John Marshall Highway for an estimated $160,000.
WOODSTOCK – County supervisors announced Thursday that Evan Vass, assistant county administrator, will take Mary Beth Price’s place as county administrator when she retires on April 1.
The Front Royal Police Department has identified a second suspect involved in a Sunday morning home invasion.
A pickup truck ran into Shaffer’s Barbecue and Catering in Woodstock on Thursday, causing minimal damage and no injuries, according to restaurant owner George Shaffer.
Authorities have charged a Strasburg man with burglary and larceny in connection with the theft of a crossbow.
FRONT ROYAL – A Warren County jury on Friday recommended a Front Royal woman serve five years in prison after finding her guilty of stealing from a local veterans group and setting fire to its headquarters.
The following Shenandoah County fire and rescue departments have announced their weekly activity for Feb. 25-March 3: