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WOODSTOCK — Growling machines and hoses filled with cement are breaking the silence and taking up the width of Tower Road as the long-awaited repair project begins to give the road shape.

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 STRASBURG – A Tuesday night Town Council meeting, which attracted more than 75 people, started with talk of a dual protest: those who want Mayor Richard Orndroff Jr. to step down and those who support the work he's doing in spite of three legal battles he's been fighting this fall.

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STEPHENS CITY — Preparations for sleet and snow begin in August for Virginia Department of Transportation officials.

WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County Sheriff Timothy Carter defended himself and his office Thursday from what he called accusations by at least one member of the Board of Supervisors.

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WOODSTOCK – Environmentally friendly business policies can be good for the bottom line. That was the message at the “Go Green, Get Green” event held Wednesday night at Woodstock Brewhouse.

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WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County supervisors delayed a vote on a proposal to extend utilities to land that could hold dozens of homes.

STRASBURG — The holidays are approaching, and at a recent work session Town Council members discussed ways to pack the town’s calendar with more events.

Thousands of residents scurried around Warren and Shenandoah counties on Tuesday, dropping by polls on their way to work, taking extended lunch breaks to cast their votes or standing in line into the night.

Senate Republicans failed to maintain their control of the statehouse on Tuesday, not flipping any of the nine contested seats controlled by Democrats.

A majority of Shenandoah County voters rejected a proposed meals tax that appeared as a ballot referendum in this year’s election.

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Longtime Shenandoah County Treasurer Cindy A. George won reelection to another term Tuesday and defeated her first challenger in more than 20 years.

In a night when Republicans lost control of their slim majority in Virginia’s House of Delegates, Republicans representing Shenandoah and Warren counties will return to Richmond next year as members of the minority party.

Voters in Shenandoah and Warren counties looking for information leading up to and on Election Day had to find their information somewhere other than official county sites.

STRASBURG — The Town Council plans to discuss at its meeting next week the town’s rights in disputing the possibility of having to pay Mayor Richard Orndorff Jr.’s attorney fees as a result of his contesting a petition from area residents seeking his removal from office.

Senate Republicans failed to maintain their control of the statehouse on Tuesday, not flipping any of the nine contested seats controlled by Democrats. Unofficial results from the Virginia Public Access Project on Tuesday night showed Democrats taking two seats from Republicans.

In a night when Republicans lost control of their slim majority in Virginia’s House of Delegates, Republicans representing Shenandoah and Warren counties will return to Richmond next year as members of the minority party.

STRASBURG — A Monday afternoon fire that destroyed a historic town structure and displaced a young family started in the attic, said Shenandoah County Fire and Rescue Fire Marshal David Ferguson.

TOMS BROOK — At its 150th anniversary celebration on Sunday, the Mount Olive United Methodist Church recognized some of its longtime members.

WOODSTOCK — The idea of a faith community nurse is somewhat new to the East Coast, but Sharon Benson hopes her job will help her become a resource for faith communities in Shenandoah County.

A judge could force Shenandoah County to return a 300-acre land gift to heirs of the former owner.

STRASBURG — At its regular November meeting, the Town Council will discuss adding a historical marker to honor the history of the Sunset Hill School that segregated African-American students attended until 1964.

The man accused earlier this year of killing a Shenandoah County woman remains held without bond in a regional jail.

STRASBURG – The Planning Commission's approval Tuesday night of a second auto parts store in town was preceded by comments that included suggestions for lowering the speed limit on U.S. 11 and encouraging the Virginia Department of Transportation to add stop signs or a traffic light to a bus…

Law enforcement officials arrested a West Virginia man Tuesday afternoon after what they said was a pursuit, an attempt by the defendant to draw his gun and the discovery of at least $16,000 in suspected methamphetamine.