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Brooke Jones, 18, a senior at Stonewall Jackson High School stands inside the school’s library. Jones, of Quicksburg, is one of 134 seniors at the school who are scheduled to graduate on Saturday morning.

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Woodstock’s Town Council continued discussions on the town’s five-year capital improvement plan at Monday’s Finance Committee meeting, during which Town Manager Aaron Grisdale and Director of Finance Amy Dill walked council members through a document that includes $16.2 million worth of proj…

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Woodstock’s Town Council approved a rezoning request for a portion of two parcels of land totaling 9,317 square feet along South Commerce Street during a special meeting Monday night, an action that will make it easier for the owner to make improvements to the property.

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After Diego Arevalo, 22, of Stephens City, completed the drive-thru portion of his graduation ceremony at Lord Fairfax Community College on Friday afternoon, he could be spotted taking photos with his family on campus.

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After a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Harrisonburg Fire Department and Rockingham County Fire and Rescue plan to host their annual camp for girls this summer.

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The volume of traffic going in and out of the Shenandoah County landfill at peak hours on certain weekends is reaching a point where it’s no longer sustainable, Patrick Felling, the county’s director of solid waste management, told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday evening.

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A proposed ordinance creating requirements for short-term rental properties in town was discussed by potential hosts and the business community during a meeting with the Town of Strasburg on Wednesday night.

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A letter expressing opposition to Lord Fairfax Community College’s decision to abandon its name failed to gain majority support on Tuesday evening from Shenandoah County supervisors, who were split on whether or not to issue such a document to Virginia’s State Board of Community Colleges bef…

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The Front Royal Warren County Economic Development Authority reached an agreement with its former executive director that requires her to pay the EDA $9 million to settle claims she used its money for her benefit.

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Construction on Happy Creek Road in Warren County and lane closures should begin in mid-June, the Virginia Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.

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Citizens Advisory Committee Chair Vito Gentile gave Shenandoah County supervisors a passing grade last week when noting that all of the board’s actions taken between 2019 and 2020 complied with the county’s 20-year comprehensive plan.