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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.

EDINBURG — With booming programs and thousands of visitors, leaders of the Shenandoah County Library are asking the county for $3 million to meet demand.

EDINBURG – Town Council members met briefly Tuesday evening to discuss improving water issues around town, vote on a new leash law ordinance and review a contract with the town attorney.

Edinburg Town Council members will vote on an amended leash law this evening — giving law enforcement clear guidelines for how to deal with incidents involving dogs off leash.

The man who was pulled out of a pond off Stoneburner Road on Sunday by a Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office deputy has died.

Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office deputies rescued a man out of a pond off Stoneburner Road around 9:30 p.m. Sunday. Deputies responded to a call at a nearby trailer park and followed the man down Rocco Road before he crashed into the pond.

Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg, along with Sen. Bill Carrico R-Grayson, introduced a bill Wednesday that spelled out funding options for a massive Interstate 81 corridor improvements project.

EDINBURG – Town Council members passed a resolution to collect water fees from multi-use buildings and read a town ordinance establishing a leash law for the first time on Tuesday evening.

Edinburg residents can't be sure what will happen when they turn their taps on. For the last month, a water leak has been aggravating town officials and riling those living on the north end of town.

EDINBURG -- Town Council members threw their hats in the ring of a national conversation centered around legislative gerrymandering and redistricting during their meeting on Tuesday evening.

Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a 44-year-old Edinburg man at about 7 p.m. Tuesday after he allegedly threatened to blow up a building owned by his landlord.

EDINBURG — Town Council members decided to try to forgo obtaining a loan to pay for the steep costs of providing water service to the town this year and moved forward on a variety of other business at Tuesday night’s meeting.

Doug Baker, superintendent of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Berryville headquarters, stands in front of this 1966 Oshkosh snowblower outside the Stephens City VDOT headquarters on Tuesday. VDOT was showing off its fleet of vehicles during an annual winter snow news conference. …

EDINBURG — Architectural Review Board members joined the Planning Commission members Tuesday to discuss enforcing an article of the town code addressing property that has fallen into disrepair.

Jerry Brown and Django visit with spectators during the Ole Time Edinburg Festival parade on Saturday. Alex Bridges/DailyDan Pinnell stops at an ATM before he, Rich Schroeder and Jay Tennant, not pictured, portraying members of the 4th Virginia Cavalry, ride in the Ole Time Festival parade S…

EDINBURG – Mayor Dan Harshman said he has learned more about water and sewer problems than he’d ever hope to know. Edinburg and Harshman’s water troubles will increase in January when the town pivots from E. coli testing to cryptosporidium.

Southbound Interstate 81 traffic moves past the 298-mile marker at Strasburg on Wednesday evening. Proposals for improvements to the interstate were discussed at a public meeting Wednesday at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown. Rich Cooley/DailyJohn Good Jr., a Frederick County res…

EDINBURG – Earl may be an old cat, but he has plenty of love to give when he moves to his retirement home.

Jeff Clemons, of Inwood, West Virginia, checks out a table of items at Fishers Hill during the Route 11 Yard Crawl on Friday morning. Clemons bought a pair of fishing rods and tackle. Rich Cooley/DailyShannon Campbell, of Strasburg, browses through a line of clothing items during the Route 1…

A camp counselor died Tuesday in Edinburg after sustaining head injuries incurred after falling off a horse, according to Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Capt. Wes Dellinger.

Jennifer Lewis, the Democratic candidate for Virginia’s 6th U.S. House District, and Anne Holton, a former secretary of education for Virginia and the wife of Sen. Tim Kaine, will be speaking at a Shenandoah County Democratic Party event in Edinburg on Saturday.

United Methodist Family Services has named Kimberli Collett as principal of Charterhouse School in Edinburg, replacing Tonya Salley-Goodwin.

The 14th annual Route 11 Yard Crawl, which features items for sale by residents along the 43 miles of U.S. Route 11 in Shenandoah County as well as north to Stephens City in Frederick County, is Aug. 11.

Kermit Orndorff, 64, of Strasburg, points to his house along Junction Road, which is next to Interstate 81, as Jeff Lineberry, left, transportation and land use director for the Staunton District of the Virginia Department of Transportation, looks over his shoulder during a public hearing Tu…

The Town of Edinburg is entering into formal negotiations to divert operations at its wastewater treatment plant to the county’s facility in Woodstock.

Smokers will be the only citizens affected by a tax increase in the Town of Edinburg’s recently approved budget.

Matt Helsley, owner of Wightman Insurance, and two employees were hard at work Thursday when a car plowed through one of the office’s interior walls. 

A crash on Interstate 81 at the Edinburg exit Friday morning sent one person to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital with minor injuries.

Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested  Kevin Dewayne Grayson, 40, of Edinburg, on Feb. 1  and charged him with abduction.

EDINBURG – The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of a bell from Waterbrook Brethren Church on Palmyra Church Road  sometime between Jan. 21–24.