Kimberly Ebbert and her son, Otis McWilliams, took home several blue rosettes from the State Fair of Virginia earlier this month.
Both Sheriff’s Offices in Warren and Shenandoah County will be participating in National Drug Take Back Day today.
The Town of Strasburg is receiving federal funding to help improve the wastewater collection system.
STRASBURG — Any Strasburg resident who wants to rent out their home on a short-term basis must now abide by a new ordinance.
STRASBURG — Valley Milk Products will be getting a temporary boiler in hopes of resuming some operations as the investigation into the July 30 boiler explosion continues.
STRASBURG — The Strasburg Town Council vowed on Tuesday to work on a resolution denouncing hate after a home displaying the LGBTQIA flag was vandalized.
A large portion of Fisher’s Hill Battlefield near Strasburg has been permanently protected.
The Town of Strasburg is accepting applications for residents interested in serving on any board, commission or committee, according to a news release.
STRASBURG – In addition to the proposed short-term rental ordinance, the Town Council discussed what businesses it would like to see in the Northern Shenandoah Business Park among other topics at a work session on Tuesday night.
Two men were arrested Monday night after being found in West Virginia with half a pound of methamphetamine in their car.
STRASBURG – A majority of Town Council members are prepared to vote on a proposed short-term rental ordinance at their regular meeting next week.
STRASBURG – A local woman is facing several fire- and obstruction-related charges following a fire at her residence on Sunday.
STRASBURG — The Planning Commission Tuesday night recommended a proposed new Short-Term Rental Ordinance to the Strasburg Town Council with a slight adjustment.
On Sunday, a historical highway marker will be dedicated at 1:30 p.m. at the Strasburg Town Square for the Creative Ladies of Fisher’s Hill.
STRASBURG — Strasburg High School was in a modified lockdown for a little over two hours Thursday morning but no credible threat was found as similar incidents occurred around the country.
WOODSTOCK — An armed drug deal theft involving marijuana and a sexual assault allegation were among the indictments recently handed up by a Shenandoah County Circuit Court grand jury.
STRASBURG - It doesn’t have to be extravagant. If it’s built, they will come.
The Strasburg Infrastructure committee discussed Tuesday beefing up its plans for emergency routes in town.
The "big boom" heard throughout the greater Shenandoah County region Friday was a bolide, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Here is the sample ballot for Shenandoah County. There may also be write-in candidates for some seats.
Early voting for the Nov. 2 election kicks off today in Virginia.
Hundreds of people turned out to show their support for one of the 13 U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan whose body was escorted Thursday afternoon from his home state of Tennessee to Arlington National Cemetery for burial.
WOODSTOCK — A Strasburg woman facing animal cruelty charges accepted a plea deal and will not serve any time in prison.
STRASBURG — The Strasburg Town Council honored the late Gloria Stickley at its meeting Tuesday night with a poem and stories from council members.
STRASBURG — The Strasburg Town Council on Tuesday approved a variety of resolutions, including one allowing the town to borrow up to $3.55 million.
Area organizations gathered for the United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley’s Day of Caring in and around Strasburg on Wednesday, lending support to clean and beautify areas that needed special attention.
Strasburg residents can find out more information on community support groups during a special event this weekend.
STRASBURG — The Strasburg Town Council will hold a public hearing Tuesday night on a way to borrow funds for the town’s portion of the Borden Mowery extension project. The council, as part of its regular meeting, will vote also on whether to grant a special permit for a fundraising event.
STRASBURG — On the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a large crowd gathered outside the American Legion Shenandoah Post 77 Saturday to remember those who died during the attacks or afterward.
STRASBURG — Town and county officials have pledged to collaboratively attempt to attract businesses to the North Shenandoah Business Park.
The Hotel Strasburg will remain on the market until the owner gets an offer from someone who will preserve the building’s history.
One time when she was traveling, Strasburg resident Gloria Stickley was looking around an antique shop in Pennsylvania when she found a postcard with a picture of Strasburg on it.
Warren and Shenandoah counties received a few inches of much-needed rain Wednesday as Hurricane Ida moved up the East Coast from the Gulf Coast to New England.
Water remains safe to drink with no restrictions in Strasburg amid the harmful algae bloom in the Shenandoah River.
A Shenandoah County man has escaped from Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail custody, according to the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.
The Strasburg Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposed short-term rental ordinance at its regular meeting next month after making final edits to it.
Strasburg residents can continue carefree consumption of drinking water despite the harmful algae bloom on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, according to a town news release. Samples that were collected Aug. 16 contained no cyanotoxins in the town's untreated or finished drinking water…
More than 100 vendors of vintage goods, antiques and handmade crafts will gather in downtown Strasburg this weekend for the second Vintage in the Valley Festival.
Several juveniles and one young adult have been charged for a mob assault that took place in June in Strasburg.
STRASBURG — How to reach the children of parents who may be “checked-out” from raising their kids was a major discussion topic in the second public forum held by Mayor Brandy Boies and Police Chief Wayne Sager.
STRASBURG — During Waverly Coggsdale's first work session as the new town manager on Monday, the Strasburg Town Council discussed a desire to get the word out about upcoming board and commission appointments.
As Americans and their allies try to flee Afghanistan after the Taliban quickly took power this week, a Strasburg town councilman is particularly interested in the evacuation. He has family in Afghanistan.
Criminal incidents fell 10% across Virginia - 338,784 in 2020 from 375,639 in 2019, according to the annual "Crime in Virginia" state police report.
The Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation will host the Civil War battle reenactment in October.
The Strasburg Town Council discussed some financial matters among several other items at its regular meeting on Monday night.
STRASBURG – Valley Milk Products has ceased operations to allow for repairs and an investigation into a July 30 boiler explosion.
Potomac Riverkeeper Network and Shenandoah Riverkeeper are calling for greater and more frequent water testing in the Shenandoah River following reports of harmful cyanobacteria near Strasburg.
Despite rain on Sunday evening, the Town of Strasburg is declaring a drought warning condition and encourages residents and businesses to begin voluntary conservation measures.
STRASBURG - The Town of Strasburg wants to complete more parts of its Master Parks Plan after having finished several projects this past year.
STRASBURG - The Strasburg Pool is experiencing staff shortages after the busy summer season.