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. …
The Triplett Tech auto program will hold its second auto auction on Saturday at the school in Mount Jackson.
John Armentrout, an investigator with the Mount Jackson Police Department, shows off the TruckVault storage system in the department’s pickup truck outside TruckVault’s new facility in the Mount Jackson Industrial Park on Thursday. The company had an open house to showcase its new facility a…
A Freemasons group in Edinburg will celebrate its 150th anniversary on Saturday.
MOUNT JACKSON — Town Council members have unanimously approved the application to expand a solar farm off Turkey Knob Road.
MOUNT JACKSON — Renovations on the old Triplett High School cafeteria to turn it into a small apartment complex will start early next year.
Monday’s Columbus Day holiday pushed regular town meetings back a day, filling calendars for this evening.
MOUNT JACKSON — Planning Commission members approved a proposed 320-acre solar farm expansion in a 5-1 vote on Monday evening.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission held a joint public hearing Monday evening to discuss the conversion of the old Triplett High School cafeteria into apartment units.
Residents should hope for the best but prepare for the worst as Hurricane Florence approaches the United States. That is the advice of area law enforcement.
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Southbound Interstate 81 traffic moves past the 298-mile marker at Strasburg on Wednesday evening. Proposals for improvements to the interstate were discussed at a public meeting Wednesday at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown. Rich Cooley/DailyJohn Good Jr., a Frederick County res…
Tina Bowman is reopening Mount Jackson’s Duck Pin Bowling Alley on Main Street this weekend. Rich Cooley/DailyTina Bowman works behind the pinsetter equipment of Mount Jackson’s Duck Pin Bowling Alley. Rich Cooley/DailyTina Bowman is reopening Mount Jackson’s Duck Pin Bowling Alley on Main S…
Jeff Clemons, of Inwood, West Virginia, checks out a table of items at Fishers Hill during the Route 11 Yard Crawl on Friday morning. Clemons bought a pair of fishing rods and tackle. Rich Cooley/DailyShannon Campbell, of Strasburg, browses through a line of clothing items during the Route 1…
A request to put industrial property in Mount Jackson back into agricultural use appears headed for quick approval next week.
Elizabeth Barnes, a 4th grade teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Strasburg, places paperwork on the desks for new students in her classroom on Thursday. Barnes, who graduated from James Madison University in May, will start her first teaching job as Shenandoah County schools open on …
A transportation coalition has called for the second round of meetings for the public to hear more about improvements to the Interstate 81 corridor.
The 14th annual Route 11 Yard Crawl, which features items for sale by residents along the 43 miles of U.S. Route 11 in Shenandoah County as well as north to Stephens City in Frederick County, is Aug. 11.
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The Shenandoah County Department of Fire and Rescue, along with local law enforcement and several other regional fire and rescue companies, conducted a rescue operation Friday after a woman tripped into the North Fork River in Mount Jackson.
Kermit Orndorff, 64, of Strasburg, points to his house along Junction Road, which is next to Interstate 81, as Jeff Lineberry, left, transportation and land use director for the Staunton District of the Virginia Department of Transportation, looks over his shoulder during a public hearing Tu…
Mount Jackson leaders plan to adopt the town’s next budget and set utility tax rates tonight.
A Shenandoah County Public Schools bus driver was charged in a Tuesday afternoon crash in which no students were hurt.
Mount Jackson police officer Keith Cowart watches the flooded Shenandoah River from the bridge at Red Banks Road in Mount Jackson on Tuesday afternoon. Rich Cooley/DailyState highway crews repair the shoulders on Route 11 at Meems Bottom Tuesday afternoon after floodwaters covered the highwa…
MOUNT JACKSON – Although two races were decided by two votes or less in the recent mayoral and Town Council elections, there will be no recounts.
MOUNT JACKSON – The town plans to equip all of its police vehicles with potentially life-saving devices for emergency situations.
Triplett Tech will see three students move on to national competition after they took first places awards in the 54th Annual Virginia SkillsUSA Conference in Virginia Beach on April 21.
MOUNT JACKSON – Two town races came down to the razor-thin margin of two votes or less.
Mount Jackson Mayor Bucky Miller, left, chats with Larry Nicholson, right, after voting Tuesday outside the Mount Jackson town office. Rich Cooley/DailyDavid Dinges, of Mount Jackson, processes his ballot Tuesday while Nathan West, right, an election official, looks on. Rich Cooley/Daily
A state agency needs more information about how a proposed solar power field in Mount Jackson could impact historic resources before the project can move forward.
Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office investigators on Tuesday arrested a former Mount Jackson resident on sex-related charges.
Capt. Mike Miller, left, a recruiter for Rappahannock- Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail, chats with Donald Detwiler, 17, of Woodstock, a culinary arts student at Triplett Tech, during the school’s job fair Tuesday. Rich Cooley/DailyTriplett Tech auto technology student Jared Agnew, 18, left, …
Bonnie Good, a Mount Jackson resident who has lived over 30 years of her life in the Shenandoah Valley, has announced her candidacy for Mount Jackson Town Council.
Mount Jackson Town Council is scheduled this week to decide whether to annex almost 9 acres of Shenandoah County land belonging to a county supervisor.
With decades of experience working with local governments, Judy Fultz has announced she is running for a seat on the Mount Jackson Town Council in May.
Planning commissioner Robert Whitehurst has announced he is running for a seat on the Mount Jackson Town Council in May.
Lifelong Mount Jackson resident J. G. “Bucky” Miller is seeking re-election for the office of mayor in May.
Whitney Miller is seeking re-election for a second term with the Mount Jackson Town Council.
Bob Thompson, who previously served on the Mount Jackson Planning Commission and as chairman of the Community Library for over 20 years, is seeking a seat on the Town Council in May.
MOUNT JACKSON – John Boor grew up in a town so small that the barber was also a policeman, a firefighter, and a mailman — and from that upbringing, he built an appreciation for community and face-to-face conversations.
MOUNT JACKSON – An unusually crowded town council meeting kicked off with a plea from a town resident’s granddaughter for intervention in a civil dispute.
Severe backups plagued Interstate 81 between New Market and Mount Jackson on Tuesday afternoon when a tractor trailer collision temporarily shut down southbound traffic near mile marker 268.
MOUNT JACKSON – Todd Holtzman, the son of the local oil and propane magnate of the same last name, says his latest spruced-up property is half a safe bet and half a gamble.
Adam Goodier, a passionate musician and captain of the soccer team in his senior year at Stonewall Jackson High School, died Tuesday of injuries consistent with those of a fall at his apartment near Virginia Tech, according to Blacksburg Police.
MOUNT JACKSON – The town’s iconic ridgeline is officially on course to be protected from private development.
MOUNT JACKSON – The town Planning Commission elected its leadership team Monday night, re-appointing Larry Ambrose as chairman and Anita Miller as vice chairman in 4–0 votes. Commission member Ken Hackenbracht was not present.
The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Mount Jackson man on one count of rape and one count of object sexual penetration at around 3:30 p.m. Monday.
An unoccupied house in the 7000 block of Senedo Road in Mount Jackson suffered significant fire damage Friday around 8:20 a.m., according to Shenandoah County Assistant Fire Marshall Joe Loving.