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In addition to an increase in overall traffic volume on Virginia’s highways,14 deaths occurred over the Memorial Day weekend, according to a news release from Virginia State Police. That’s six more deaths than last year’s three day weekend.

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MOUNT JACKSON — Starting Tuesday, church bells will ring throughout town three times each weekday as part of the expanded music ministry at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church.

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Following a year of unprecedented changes, the Republican Party will hold an unusual “unassembled convention” Saturday at 39 polling sites throughout the commonwealth.

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The Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail still has more out-of-compliance inmates compared to what it normally has, the Personnel & Finance Committee of the Authority Board discussed at a recent meeting.

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The Baltimore man accused of shooting a woman in Harrisonburg in December before leading several police agencies on a pursuit from there to Woodstock has been indicted by a Shenandoah County grand jury on several charges. 

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When a person has a job to do outdoors, a snowstorm tends to make that work more difficult. At least, that’s the case for Cody Taylor, 33, of Front Royal, who is a surveyor for the Fairfax County government.

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The Mount Jackson Town Council unanimously approved recommending John Boor to represent the town on the Shenandoah County Tourism Council during Tuesday night’s council meeting.

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It was back to business as usual Thursday afternoon after winter storm Gail dropped several inches of snow throughout Warren and Shenandoah counties Wednesday.

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The Mount Jackson Town Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a special-use permit proposal from French Brothers LLC and Boddie-Noell Enterprises Inc for a Hardee’s Restaurant sign.

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The Mount Jackson Town Council on Tuesday listened to a presentation and looked over an engineering report on a problem the town has been having with its wastewater treatment plant that could cost up to $1.6 million to fix.