MOUNT JACKSON - Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity officials held an informal meeting at Triplett Tech on Friday to discuss its projects, including its latest home approval.
FRONT ROYAL – The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a boundary adjustment along the Warren-Frederick county line that will allow residents who falsely believed they live in Warren County – the result of incorrect deed records – to actually live there.
Lord Fairfax Community College enrollment numbers remained steady as classes began Wednesday morning.
Area law enforcement agencies will be hosting community-building events on Tuesday as part of National Night Out, which started in 1984.
MIDDLETOWN — Soul food is deeply representative of the history of black food culture, but hasn’t always been easy to define, said Amy Tillerson-Brown, a professor at Mary Baldwin University.
While the summer is heating up, the Edinburg Fire Department and Star Tannery Volunteer Fire and Rescue are planning to cool down the residents of Shenandoah Valley with carnivals this week.
When do people start thinking about long-term care insurance?
Middletown’s Police Department recorded more offenses in 2018 than the year before, according to the Virginia State Police’s annual crime analysis report.
The Shenandoah Valley is gearing up to celebrate the nation’s independence with several events on July 3 and 4.
MIDDLETOWN — On their summer vacation, 44 high school students from seven public school districts are back in the classroom this week learning about careers in health care.
Motorists in counties along, or even near, Interstate 81 will begin paying more for fuel starting July 1.
WINCHESTER — Former Strasburg resident Michael Capone said that he has always been goal-driven.
MIDDLETOWN – The Town Council on Monday held first and second readings on an ordinance authorizing changes to regulations regarding bed and breakfasts, home occupations, travel trailers, accessory buildings and family day homes.
WINCHESTER — As the old adage goes, age is just a number.
MIDDLETOWN — Town administrators on Monday released a 2020 fiscal year budget that includes an increase in real estate taxes.
A strong economy and continued falling unemployment have created a favorable real estate market throughout Virginia.
Businesses based in Frederick County or Winchester will have to start applying for permits to ship a wide range of items out of the county following a declaration by a state agency of a quarantine zone to prevent the spread of an invasive insect.
A fox with rabies attacked a person in Frederick County on May 19, the Lord Fairfax Health District announced in a Friday news release.
WINCHESTER, Va. – It took only three years for the spotted lanternfly to infest all of South Korea. That same fly was found in Winchester and Frederick County in January 2018, and has already moved out of its initial 1-to-2-square-mile range to more than 16 square miles throughout the county.
MIDDLETOWN – Another portrait of an area police officer who died in the line of duty was unveiled Wednesday during the Skyline Regional Criminal Justice Academy’s annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service.
MIDDLETOWN – As the Lord Fairfax Community College class of 2019 prepares for graduation, one student is looking ahead to his next journey
WINCHESTER -- The threat of rain hitting the area didn’t stop attendees from having fun Saturday during the Weekend in the Park at Jim Barnett Park.
WINCHESTER – Pie makers from around the area descended on Marker-Miller Orchards on Thursday for the annual apple pie baking contest during Apple Blossom Festival week.
Today, area law enforcement officials will be collecting old or unused prescription drugs from anyone looking to clean out their medicine cabinets.
MIDDLETOWN - A year into her role as president of Lord Fairfax Community College, Kim Blosser was inaugurated Friday as the school's fifth president.
MIDDLETOWN — Town Council members unanimously decided Monday to seek proposals for engineering designs for a replacement wastewater treatment plant that will cost about $4.8 million.
MIDDLETOWN – Belle Grove Plantation will open its new welcome center to the public on Saturday.
Gov. Ralph Northam Thursday announced amendments to Senate Bill 1716 and House Bill 2718, legislation that would provide $151 million in dedicated funding for the Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Plan.
Outdoor recreation and photography were the topics of a talk recently at Lord Fairfax Community College.
STEPHENS CITY – Shopping got easier Thursday when Martin’s unveiled its new Martin’s Direct Center.
FRONT ROYAL – Warren and Frederick county officials are working to resolve a boundary line issue that resulted in citizens paying taxes and voting in the wrong county for decades.
If enacted, recently proposed legislation in Congress would create a national voluntary database to identify African-American burial grounds.
Lineman continued to work throughout the day Wednesday restoring power after freezing rain coated everything in ice, bringing down trees and power lines throughout the area.
MIDDLETOWN – Fire Chief Mark Dalton told Town Council members this week that Frederick County’s fire chief could become the leader of the county's 11 volunteer fire departments.
A virtual exchange program at Lord Fairfax Community College hosted a visit Monday from the assistant secretary of state for educational and cultural affairs.
Local teachers joined in the statewide march on Richmond Monday to demand for funding for education from the General Assembly.
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.
MIDDLETOWN – The town’s 10-year-old wastewater treatment plant is failing, and the cost to repair or upgrade it will be in the millions.
A poll paid for by the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance (VTCA) and conducted by Public Opinion Strategies found strong support for proposed improvements to Interstate 81.
WINCHESTER — While the holiday season is for celebration, it’s also a time of remembrance.
Gov. Ralph Northam on Tuesday announced in a statement from his office that his upcoming proposed budget will include $268.7 million in new money for Virginia’s K-12 education system.
John Jans competed Saturday in the “backyard” Highland Games at the Kernstown Battlefield with his sights on the record books. Max Lee/DailyDavid Marble prepares to start a hammer throw. Max Lee/Daily
The National Weather Service is urging area drivers to drive with caution Thursday morning as an impending storm ushers in the winter season.
MIDDLETOWN – Town resident Yancey Sine spoke to Town Council members Tuesday about why he felt the town needed to hire another police officer.
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. …
Winter weather might be just down the road for the Shenandoah Valley as it prepares for a potential ice storm on Thursday.
Patrick Heelen, front, directs members of the 10th Virginia Infantry Regiment during a demonstration Saturday at Cedar Creek and Belle Grove Plantation. Despite cancellation of the usual full-scale re-enactment held on the anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Creek, the battlefield and Belle G…
Two area school divisions recently attended a national conference in Phoenix.
Shannon Saville, 35, of Berryville, makes Lactaid boxes for Costco and Sam’s Club at the NW Works facility in Winchester on Friday. Saville is one of several participants enrolled in a new seven-week manufacturing technology program. Rich Cooley/DailyNichole Tichy, left, director of developm…
The Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation has pushed back against accusations by two former board members that the board has not taken safety concerns seriously enough in its handling of the 154th anniversary of the Battle of Cedar Creek.