FRONT ROYAL — The snowfall Sunday afternoon provided a white blanket across the Northern Shenandoah Valley, and the ice that followed meant the sledding was super fast.
WOODSTOCK — The misdemeanor destruction of property charge against Shenandoah County Supervisor Brad Pollack has been continued to March 25 until a special prosecutor can be assigned.
The 2022 session of the Virginia General Assembly convenes today with lawmakers intent on passing a biennial budget and examining such issues as parental involvement in education, mental health and Interstate 81 traffic.
WOODSTOCK — The attorney for the state college board defending the name change for Lord Fairfax Community College is seeking to move the case to the Richmond area because of the name recognition of the Shenandoah County residents protesting the change.
The second winter storm this week brought 5 inches of snow to the area on Thursday morning.
The first snowstorm of the winter season brought a few inches to the Northern Shenandoah Valley Monday morning.
Northern Shenandoah Valley residents will now have one voice speaking for them in Congress as the result of new redistricting maps approved by the Supreme Court of Virginia on Tuesday that redraw the boundary lines for the U.S. Congress and both house of the General Assembly.
As the Nov. 2 election results kept trickling in late into the night, Del. Todd Gilbert and his staff were particularly interested in the results.
On Jan. 3, as part of Shenandoah County’s 250th Anniversary Year, area residents are invited to make audio recordings to capture a moment in time.
Between a quarter to a half of Northern Shenandoah Valley residents age 5 and older has not received even one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
EDINBURG — Early reports about the man trapped in a ditch on Thursday afternoon indicated that he was completely buried under the dirt.
WOODSTOCK — The destruction of property case against Shenandoah County Supervisor Brad Pollack was continued to next month while the prosecution works to find a special prosecutor.
More than 600 citations were issued to commercial vehicle drivers along Interstate 81 in Virginia and Interstate 77 into North Carolina last month.
WOODSTOCK — It will be almost three and a half years since Cynthia Dellinger was stabbed to death in her driveway before her accused killer will stand trial.
WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County’s Planning Commission tabled action on a proposed large-scale solar facility in Edinburg on Thursday night and tasked county staff with developing a way to create more intensive guidelines to follow in making future decisions on such projects.
The town of New Market’s creative spin on its annual Christmas parade, which drew hundreds of visitors to the community park last year, is returning for an encore this weekend.
Two fires in the southern end of Shenandoah County on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons displaced the residents who lived there and took the lives of several family pets.
A 60-year-old Edinburg man accused of asking a child to take off their clothes for him pleaded to a lesser felony charge last week.
The Shenandoah County man who grew a rural telephone company into a regional telecommunications enterprise is being remembered this week not only as a visionary businessman but also as an active community member, a passionate farmer, and a devoted family man.
Veteran Hal Sharpe was recently named Legionnaire of the Year for the Woodstock American Legion.
An Edinburg woman died Saturday after driving her car onto Interstate 81 in the wrong direction and colliding head-on with another car, according to Virginia State Police.
WOODSTOCK — A string of crashes — one involving multiple tractor-trailers — shut down Interstate 81 on Friday for hours after over an inch of rain fell in the northern Shenandoah Valley.
The area’s congressional district representation could change based on proposals presented in Richmond on Thursday.
The "big boom" heard throughout the greater Shenandoah County region Friday was a bolide, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Edinburg Mayor Dan Harshman has been a part of many Edinburg Ole Time Festivals and he's just as excited for this weekend's festival as in previous years.
Here is the sample ballot for Shenandoah County. There may also be write-in candidates for some seats.
Early voting for the Nov. 2 election kicks off today in Virginia.
WOODSTOCK — The trial for the former executive director of a Woodstock-based childcare facility will be held next year.
Warren and Shenandoah counties received a few inches of much-needed rain Wednesday as Hurricane Ida moved up the East Coast from the Gulf Coast to New England.
A Shenandoah County man has escaped from Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail custody, according to the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.
WOODSTOCK — Despite her attorney's efforts, the case alleging that the former executive director of Pollywog Place childcare center failed to report child abuse was not dismissed in Shenandoah County Circuit Court on Tuesday morning.
EDINBURG — Cecil "Sparkie" Miller is in the cattle business.
EDINBURG - An iconic Shenandoah County barn in Edinburg burned to the ground Friday after becoming fully engulfed in flames.
Criminal incidents fell 10% across Virginia - 338,784 in 2020 from 375,639 in 2019, according to the annual "Crime in Virginia" state police report.
STRASBURG — A boiler explosion early Friday morning blew out a wall at the Valley Milk Products plant in downtown Strasburg creating a hazardous ammonia leak.
The Virginia Department of Health is reviewing whether residents in areas experiencing substantial and high transmission rates of the novel coronavirus should consider wearing masks indoors — even if they are fully vaccinated.
WOODSTOCK - A Tennessee man involved in a police pursuit chase that reached speeds of more than 100 mph on I-81 in April has been sentenced to a year in prison after being indicted by a Shenandoah County Circuit Court grand jury earlier this month.
Culpeper County has expressed interest in joining the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail as a regular member.
MOUNT JACKSON — A 53-year-old employee of Bowman Andros Products died Friday after entering a cold-storage room without the proper equipment, according to the Shenandoah County Fire Marshal’s Office.
WOODSTOCK — The civil lawsuit claiming the wrongful death of Gina Shoemaker is alive again after the Supreme Court of Virginia sent it back to Shenandoah County Circuit Court for further argument.
EDINBURG — At Tuesday night’s Edinburg Town Council meeting the council unanimously approved moving federal money received from the most recent CARES Act as well as money in a savings account to a money market account.
FRONT ROYAL — As the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail is moving forward with some operational changes including the return of onsite visitation.
WOODSTOCK — A Mount Solon man was arrested after authorities concluded that DNA evidence linked him to a break-in at an Edinburg residence in March.
WOODSTOCK — A second legal attempt to stop the decision to rename two Shenandoah County public schools was dismissed with prejudice Friday morning.
As of July 1, Virginia became the first Southern state to decriminalize the possession of marijuana. But the new law is a bit confusing, and local law enforcement says it takes a clear head to understand what is and isn’t allowed.
EDINBURG – The body of Edwin “Twyman” Greene, who had been reported missing almost three months ago, was found last week in Shenandoah County. He died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office.
WOODSTOCK — The jury trial for the farm worker accused of murdering a former member of the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors is scheduled for Dec. 6.
WOODSTOCK — Some people have jobs, but they need a bit of help to pay their rent, car repairs and medical bills.
WOODSTOCK — Arguments will be heard next month on the second petition challenging the renaming of two Shenandoah County schools.
ORKNEY SPRINGS — At first, there was some trepidation among the campers.