WOODSTOCK – One Shenandoah County murder case was set for trial on Thursday while another was continued due to medical reasons.
A Conicville fire engine overturned onto its side as it was responding to one of several fires in Shenandoah County over a windy weekend.
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.
The Mount Jackson Town Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an amendment to an ordinance for a motel tax.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission on Monday unanimously approved the town staff to look into making text amendments to the zoning ordinance where it relates to signs.
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.
The Woodstock man accused of firing at police officers in August is among the February indictments handed up by a grand jury in Shenandoah County on Wednesday.
The Mount Jackson Town Council unanimously approved holding a public hearing on March 9, before the next council meeting, to amend an ordinance for the motel tax.
A Saturday night, Valentine’s Day steak dinner in Mount Jackson will support the Conicville Volunteer Fire Department.
Two Mount Jackson residents were sentenced Monday in a fatal drug overdose case that resulted from trafficking heroin from Maryland to Virginia.
A few more inches of snow were forecast to accumulate in the region overnight, and area residents can expect melting snow and then refreezing at night this week.
Front Royal police have responded to seven suspected drug overdoses since Jan. 1, with four of them resulting in deaths.
A Shenandoah County grand jury indicted the following last week:
The Warren County Sheriff's Office will withdraw from the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force on Feb. 1.
A Delaware man was arrested after a police pursuit that involved speeds of up to 130 mph and ended following a collision with a state police vehicle on Sunday.
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.
One COVID-19 death in Winchester was reported Friday, the same day that the Virginia Department of Health reported across the state the fifth-highest number of new COVID-19 case, less than 50 percent of that number on Saturday, and the seventh-highest number of new cases on Sunday.
The Shenandoah County Circuit Court grand jury handed up several indictments last week that included drugs, embezzlement and firearm possession charges.
It was back to business as usual Thursday afternoon after winter storm Gail dropped several inches of snow throughout Warren and Shenandoah counties Wednesday.
Floyd Coverstone loved being outside and took pride in his garden.
The Mount Jackson Board of Zoning Appeals voted unanimously on Monday night to approve a variance for two 72-foot silos for Bowman Andros Products, LLC.
A state police patrol vehicle was shot at prior to the high-speed chase of a shooting suspect that ended near Woodstock on Thursday.
A shooting suspect who was chased by police from Harrisonburg north into Shenandoah County was apprehended in Woodstock on Thursday morning.
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.
State police on Monday reported a third fatal crash that occurred in Shenandoah County within the past week.
A Maurertown man is wanted by the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office after allegedly eluding police at speeds of over 100 miles per hour on Sunday.
The Mount Jackson Town Council unanimously approved new Axon vehicle cameras for the town police at Tuesday night’s council meeting.
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.
Election Day is a family affair for George Rathore and his family.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Dec. 7 for a new special-use permit proposal from French Brothers LLC and Boddie-Noell Enterprises Inc. for a Hardee’s restaurant sign.
Residents in a Mount Jackson apartment building escaped a fire Monday night that forced them from their homes.
In 2019, Central High School student Cheyenne Estep was inspired to start a $1,000 scholarship for a graduating senior.
The Mount Jackson Town Council unanimously approved a special-use permit for a Hardee's restaurant sign package, with the exception of one of the signs.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission recommended the approval of a special-use permit from French Brothers LLC and Boddie-Noell Enterprises Inc. for a Hardee's Restaurant sign package.
Left, Rodrigo Cardosa, a construction worker for Fairfield-Echols LLC of Fishersville, wades into Mill Creek to grab a ladder as his reflection appears in the water at the site of the new bridge under construction along Orchard Drive in Mount Jackson on Monday. The new bridge is being upgrad…
The Mount Jackson Town Council on Tuesday night approved a request to apply for a grant to build a canoe landing site at a bridge near Triplett Tech in Mount Jackson.
The Mount Jackson Town Council voted unanimously on Tuesday night to hold a joint public hearing at the Oct. 5 town Planning Commission meeting to discuss a signage package request from Boddie-Noell Enterprises.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission unanimously voted on Thursday night to hold a public hearing at its Oct. 5 meeting on a signage package request from Boddie-Noell Enterprises.
The Mount Jackson Town Council unanimously approved the resumption of its utility cutoffs and repayment plan policy at its meeting on Tuesday.
This year’s Route 11 Yard Crawl has been canceled, the Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce has announced.
Mount Jackson lost roughly $100,000 in tax revenue in the last fiscal year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic shuttering activity.
MOUNT JACKSON — Protesters gathered outside town hall Saturday, expressing umbrage with the Shenandoah County School Board’s decision to retire school names and nicknames with ties to the Confederate states defeated in the Civil War.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission on Monday unanimously approved proposed changes to the town’s code concerning federal and state floodplain provisions.
The Mount Jackson Town Council made approvals of much of its staff on Wednesday morning at a 9 a.m. reorganizational meeting. The approvals all go into effect starting Wednesday with the beginning of a new fiscal year.
The Mount Jackson Town Council unanimously approved the 2020-2021 fiscal year budget on Tuesday night.
The Mount Jackson Town Council on Tuesday went against the Planning Commission’s recommendation and approved a special use permit for Food Lion to have a 134-square-foot sign.
The town of Woodstock will be the first to open its community pool for the summer, while other towns are still making plans before committing to dates for opening pools during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission has denied a request by Food Lion for a recommendation to Town Council to allow installation of a 134-square-foot sign.
Three incumbents were reelected in Tuesday's Mount Jackson Town Council election.
Mount Jackson Town Council incumbents Rodney Shepherd, Dennis Andrick and Whitney Miller were the top three vote-getters, according to unofficial results in Tuesday's election. There were four candidates running for three seats.