Police in Augusta County have arrested two people suspected to be involved in the bank robbery at Sona Bank in New Market on Thursday morning.
STRASBURG — Ray Lough is hoping to bring back a small-town atmosphere to the community.
QUICKSBURG—Cars whittled out of tiny bricks of pine, hand-shaped by boys and girls, raced down a long metal track Saturday afternoon as Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts gathered together for a morning of competition followed by an afternoon of feasting.
Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office deputies have arrested a Staunton woman on charges related to vehicle break-ins in Mount Jackson.
Weeks after a final order was entered in a case petitioning to remove Strasburg Mayor Richard Orndorff Jr. from office, Orndorff and his attorney, Phil Griffin II, filed an objection and asked the court to reconsider its ruling.
FRONT ROYAL — Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail Authority Board members determined Thursday that it won’t be cost-effective to take the solar panels off the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority building to use on the jail.
STRASBURG — The upcoming closure of LSC Communications will cost the town more than $41,000 in lost water and sewer revenue this year, and more than $146,000 in lost revenue next fiscal year, said Town Manager Wyatt Pearson.
WOODSTOCK - The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors and the Shenandoah County Board of Education held a joint meeting Tuesday night to continue the ongoing discussion of the school division's long-term facilities plan.
Shenandoah County leaders plan to consider relaxing penalties for property owners who take their land out of a tax-relief program.
Shenandoah County officials expect to begin the next real estate reassessment this summer after a six-year gap.
A Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office deputy was in the right place at the right time on Sunday, helping to prevent a tragedy when a detached garage went up in flames.
WOODSTOCK - A descendant of several great-great grandfathers who fought in the Revolutionary War led a group of citizens, ministers and others on Saturday in honor of Peter Muhlenberg, one of the heroes in America's fight for independence from Great Britain.
WOODSTOCK – The owners of the Woodstock Equipment Company have purchased the former Grubbs property on Old Valley Pike.
WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce rolled out the red carpet for its new members, the board of directors and award nominees on Thursday evening at its annual awards ceremony.
Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and February is Black History Month. In honor of King’s legacy and the impact that African-American history has made on the U.S., area organizations are planning free public events in coming weeks.
STRASBURG — Following a Tuesday announcement that the local LSC Communications manufacturing facility will close, Mayor Richard Orndorff Jr. said the town is doing its best to help nearly 400 people losing their jobs find other employment.
STRASBURG — At a Tuesday Town Council meeting, Vice Mayor Scott Terndrup defended the mayor’s character. He also asked town attorney Nathan Miller how the council might protect itself in a legal case that would put the council at odds with the mayor.
LSC Communications on Tuesday announced it was closing its manufacturing facility in Strasburg, impacting hundreds of area residents.
Democrats avoided taking up the most controversial gun-control bills on Monday but plowed ahead with four others as they move to take advantage of their majority.
WOODSTOCK – Shenandoah County School Board members on Thursday approved the division's Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
The conservation community is celebrating a major win for a local landmark.
WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County supervisors gave the green light to study government workers’ pay for the first time in 15 years.
WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County supervisors sent a message to the Virginia General Assembly on Tuesday – give local governments more time to review bills that could hit their budgets.
Strasburg police, with the assistance of the Northwest Regional Drug Task Force, tracked and arrested three people found with about 5 pounds of suspected marijuana.
Gov. Ralph Northam rolled out his party’s legislative agenda Tuesday morning during a news conference in Richmond, touting a progressive laundry list he and others say voters said they wanted for the commonwealth.
STRASBURG — Budget season is here.
Shenandoah County officials could move forward today on a study of government employee salaries.
Local unemployment figures for November have been released for Shenandoah and Warren counties.
The Western Virginia Continuum of Care is planning its annual Point-in-Time homeless count for Jan. 22 and accepting Letter of Intent applications from eligible agencies operating within the CoC’s geographic region.
Virginia voters shook up the statehouse in Richmond in November, giving Democrats control of the state for the first time in two decades, but local voters continued to show support for Republicans in 2019.
Shentel will continue to air Fox channels.
Members of the Shenandoah County School Board have kept their leadership in place.
Authorities in Shenandoah and Warren counties tackled four homicides in 2019.
Looking to spend some quality time outside on New Year’s Day? Area state parks are offering free hikes for the whole family in Woodstock, Bentonville and Delaplane.
Shenandoah County Public Schools in 2019 saw changes in on the School Board and with school staff, as well as frank discussions on social issues affecting children.
WOODSTOCK - Dietmar Weidenbach is closing his dry cleaning shop, DW Snyders Dry Cleaners, after 53 years of operations.
The mayor’s vehicle crash into the town library set the stage for a year of drama in Strasburg in 2019.
Negotiations over the next couple of days could determine whether Fox channels remain on Shentel cable TV or what viewers may pay for them.
TOMS BROOK — The Natural Art Garden Center in Toms Brook has unveiled a unique display during the holiday season.
The year 2019 is closing with Shenandoah County joining localities in a movement to create Second Amendment “sanctuaries” for firearms owners.
STRASBURG — Jennifer Williams’ oldest son, Caden, had just arrived home from Lake George in New York when she received a phone call.
WOODSTOCK — The Christmas tree has long been a symbol of the holiday, but the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Woodstock puts up a different tree during the holiday season.
Shenandoah County authorities arrested two boys Thursday accused of shooting BBs at vehicles and buildings in the region.
WOODSTOCK – A Shenandoah County Circuit Court judge denied bond Wednesday to Todd Anthony Bly, a Toms Brook man accused of second-degree murder.
STRASBURG — Local law enforcement agencies combined forces on Tuesday to wrap gifts for area children.
WOODSTOCK – Members of the Woodstock Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail Planning Committee have received a funding update for the first phase of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail project that would connect the area around Fairview and W.O. Riley parks to the historic downtown.
WOODSTOCK — Virginia’s ranking as the No. 1 state for doing business could face some hurdles moving forward as a recent Virginia Economic Development Partnership survey found just 30 sites in the commonwealth that were deemed suitable to be ready for development within 12 months.
NEW MARKET – Town Council members closed out their year passing a mild resolution indicating that the town supports the Second Amendment rights of its citizens.
WOODSTOCK – Woodstock’s finances have received a clean audit.
STRASBURG — As the Town Council prepares for its first meeting of the new year, all signs point to a redrafting of its Unified Development Ordinance.
WOODSTOCK—Shenandoah County sheriff’s deputies arrested two New Market residents over the weekend, charging them with several counts of animal abuse and neglect after dozens of animals were found on their property following an eviction, authorities say.