MOUNT JACKSON — On Sunday morning, the bell at Mount Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church will ring 175 times.

Shenandoah County Public Schools on Monday will break ground to begin the installation of a solar energy system at the building that houses Triplett Tech and the Massanutten Governor’s School.

For almost 200 years, the Union Church in Mount Jackson has incubated dozens of congregations, serving as a hub for aid during the Civil War and standing the test of time as a historic attraction for a historic town.

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MOUNT JACKSON – For years, the Nelson Theater on Main Street attracted boys and girls, teenagers and families to its doors as a place to spend an evening. Now, John Boor, a town resident and local business owner, and his wife Laura Boor are in the long, slow process of bringing it back to life.

MOUNT JACKSON – Town Council members appointed Town Finance Director Neil Showalter, to serve as acting town manager on Tuesday evening.

After taking over leadership of his hometown straight out of college and spending the next 32 years at the helm of three towns, Kevin Fauber, the town manager of Mount Jackson, is retiring at the end of the month.

Crews with the Mount Jackson Rescue and Fire Department had to fight a fire at their own station on Saturday

NEW MARKET – Homeowners will continue to have trash service in town but must adjust to a new schedule first.

MOUNT JACKSON – Town Council members are asking the Virginia Department of Transportation to alter some of its plans for the replacement bridge over the North Fork of the Shenandoah River along Route 11 heading into town.

MOUNT JACKSON – Residents and town leaders are not impressed with a recent Virginia Department of Transportation street paving project that left sidewalks stained and driveways ruined, prompting the town to file an official complaint with the state agency.

MOUNT JACKSON – Before putting the finishing touches on and finalizing the plan for a new truss bridge over the North Fork of the Shenandoah River in Mount Jackson, Virginia Department of Transportation employees mingled with town leaders and residents to address any latent concerns they mig…

Town Council members filled the seat left by now-former Mayor J.G. “Bucky” Miller on Monday morning, along with addressing a number of more common housekeeping items.

MOUNT JACKSON – Town Council members approved two permit requests that will create more business in town and approved a budget for the coming year on Tuesday evening.

MOUNT JACKSON – Planning Commission and Town Council members held a joint public hearing Monday evening to hear presentations from Bowman Andros and French Brothers LLC related to expansion and rezoning requests respectively.

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When Jenna Patel accepts her diploma today at Stonewall Jackson High School, it will be for her as well as for her family in their pursuit of the American dream.

The Mount Jackson Town Council and Finance Committee members meet tonight to discuss next fiscal year’s proposed budget and hear from residents.

A man was transported to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital on Friday morning after suffering an electric shock at Valley Fertilizer in Mount Jackson, the Shenandoah County Fire Marshal’s Office confirmed Friday evening.

A skunk captured in Mount Jackson has tested positive for rabies, the Lord Fairfax Health District announced in a Thursday news release.

MOUNT JACKSON – Bowman Andros on Thursday allowed third-grade students and teachers from W.W. Robinson Elementary School into the plant to learn about what the company does.

MOUNT JACKSON – Planning Commission members sparred with Town Councilwoman Bonnie Good on Monday evening while discussing the process of reviewing and recommending special use permit applications.

MOUNT JACKSON – Madelyne Donovan, 87, got into sewing at a young age.

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.

Virginia conducted its annual statewide tornado drill at 9:45 a.m. Tuesday, but a software glitch stopped the test alert from being broadcast on NOAA radios and some broadcast television stations.