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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.

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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.

WOODSTOCK – County supervisors have approved a bed and breakfast in the Mount Jackson agricultural and forestal district for more intensive use, opening the door for a special use permit application.

MOUNT JACKSON – Dozens of high school juniors and seniors crowded into the Triplett Tech cafeteria Thursday morning to hear from professionals spanning the broad conservation network in Virginia.

BASYE – Bryce Resort’s newest building, the Shenandoah Center, has something for everyone and soon will have even more for members.

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.

Mount Jackson police on Christmas charged a 20-year-old Harrisonburg man after he was found in a stolen vehicle with two underaged juveniles, one of whom was driving.

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. …

MOUNT JACKSON — Town Council members have unanimously approved the application to expand a solar farm off Turkey Knob Road.

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.

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 …

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.

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 – The town plans to equip all of its police vehicles with potentially life-saving devices for emergency situations.

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.