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A Quicksburg woman was charged after she led police on a pursuit through James Madison University in Harrisonburg that ended north of the MillerCoors plant, according to state police.

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WOODSTOCK — A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman was among the defendants in 20 indictments handed up by a Shenandoah County Circuit Court grand jury last week.

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Years after Bertha Von Hillern had ended her career as a world-class endurance walker and hotel muralist, becoming instead a successful baker, a reporter from The Winchester Star recognized her on the street.

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Shenandoah County’s Board of Supervisors adopted the Virginia Department of Transportation’s six-year plan for the county's secondary roads on Tuesday afternoon and held a refresher course on the ranking system that the board implemented two years ago to prioritize which unpaved roads would …

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture found that a local chicken production plant was out of compliance with federal regulations after more than 2,500 chickens were found dead on the plant grounds, according to USDA reports.

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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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STRASBURG - The Strasburg Architectural Review Board Thursday night deferred making a decision on allowing the roof to be changed at Tight’n Up Gym on East King Street.

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WOODSTOCK — A few weeks ago at the Woodstock Cafe, Chef Jose Arevalos was the lone cook during the brunch rush, and his partner and cafe co-owner Nikki Grant could see the toll that shift took on him.

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The Shenandoah County School Board approved a personnel list at Thursday's meeting, which included the hiring of Gary Painter as the new principal at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

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WOODSTOCK — The former executive director of a local childcare facility charged in response to child abuse allegations had her trial rescheduled because of a lack of availability of a key witness for the prosecution.

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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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The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution supporting pretrial services in the county, approved changes to the Tourism Council’s bylaws and passed a text amendment clarifying the county’s definition of a “kennel” during a meeting Tuesday night.

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A police officer and firefighter from Shenandoah County who died Friday in the line of duty in New Mexico is being remembered as a “good guy” with a “servant’s heart” by fellow officers in both the Shenandoah Valley and in New Mexico.

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Social justice activists rallied in Woodstock on Saturday to support the Black Lives Matter movement three days before the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s death.

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The volume of traffic going in and out of the Shenandoah County landfill at peak hours on certain weekends is reaching a point where it’s no longer sustainable, Patrick Felling, the county’s director of solid waste management, told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday evening.

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A letter expressing opposition to Lord Fairfax Community College’s decision to abandon its name failed to gain majority support on Tuesday evening from Shenandoah County supervisors, who were split on whether or not to issue such a document to Virginia’s State Board of Community Colleges bef…

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Citizens Advisory Committee Chair Vito Gentile gave Shenandoah County supervisors a passing grade last week when noting that all of the board’s actions taken between 2019 and 2020 complied with the county’s 20-year comprehensive plan.