STRASBURG – Flowers and towns bloom in different ways. The newest sign of downtown Strasburg stepping into a blooming space is Nancy’s Coffee Bar on King Street.


STRASBURG – Area students showed off their skills with natural resources during the Virginia Envirothon competition Wednesday at the town park.


STRASBURG – The Virginia Department of Transportation discussed the addition of temporary rumble strips in highway work zones during a presentation on Friday at Strasburg High School.

STRASBURG – Marty White joined a short list in a long history earlier this month when he purchased Stover Funeral Home from Stanley Morehead.

STRASBURG – The Strasburg Architectural Review Board discussed proposed renovations to 208 W. Queen St., or the Sonner House, along with a number of sign applications during its meeting on Thursday.

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.

A Strasburg man was charged Saturday after failing to register a username with the sex offender database.

STRASBURG – Baby chicks have arrived at area stores that sell agricultural-related products, but buyers beware — those chicks require a big commitment of time and resources. Also, they aren’t going to stay small and fuzzy for long.

STRASBURG – Local job-seekers visited Strasburg High School in droves Thursday for a college and career fair that turned into a job fair later that evening.

STRASBURG – Strasburg Town Manager Wyatt Pearson changed the town’s conflict of interest policy after a former council member requested records revealing that the town paid Mayor Rich Orndorff Jr. to provide food for several events in 2017 and 2018.

STRASBURG – Seventeen high school seniors with dreams of business and higher education spent Wednesday morning at First Bank in Strasburg, learning about finance and preparing for a scholarship essay.

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.

STRASBURG — The Town Council discussed the proposed budget for the next fiscal year and aspects of the proposed Cedar Valley development at 33227 Old Valley Pike during its work session on Monday.

STRASBURG — The town’s first Shamrock Social attracted more than 100 people to Strasburg Square for music, games and food Saturday afternoon.

The Strasburg Town Council is set to discuss the town’s proposed budget and the proposed Cedar Valley development at 33227 Old Valley Pike during its work session on Monday.

STRASBURG – Town Council members agreed in their work session Monday that the town should propose a program to the Virginia Department of Historic Resources to build signs marking Strasburg’s historic district

STRASBURG — Virginia State Police charged Hadari Williams with felony hit and run, and felony eluding after he was involved in a crash entering Interstate 81 on Monday afternoon.

STRASBURG — Strasburg is set to continue its practice of not paying for the cell phone bills of the mayor, while its finance and personnel committee is delaying a decision on whether or not to increase the annual salary Town Council members receive.

STRASBURG — The completion of a new set of bylaws for the Strasburg Fire Department will likely take several more months, as the Strasburg Fire Department’s Restructuring Committee will probably seek department input on a draft of the bylaws and go through the current bylaws’ procedures for …

STRASBURG – Two local dogs recently took part in one of the largest and most prestigious dog shows in the world — the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which was held earlier this month in Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The Strasburg Planning Commission is set to discuss a draft of its five-year capital improvement plan and vote on whether or not to allow tattoo parlors in the downtown community commercial district during its meeting today.

A fire destroyed a tractor-trailer hauling mulch near Strasburg on Thursday afternoon.

STRASBURG — The Strasburg Town Council approved changes to the town’s unified development ordinance that will bring the proposed Cedar Valley development at 33227 Old Valley Pike closer to fruition.

STRASBURG — Town staff and Town Council members met Thursday to discuss potential maintenance of the pool and progress in obtaining bids to complete a master plan for the town’s recreational amenities.

FRONT ROYAL – A Strasburg man will be extradited from the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail to West Virginia, where he is wanted as a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run crash.

STRASBURG — Twins are an oddity, triplets are rare but having four kids is not an everyday occurrence. On Saturday evening when she got home, Tina Mathews said her goat was more talkative than usual, but nothing else seemed out of the ordinary.

STRASBURG — Strasburg’s Architectural Review Board recommended that the town implement a program to mark the boundaries of Strasburg’s Historic District after work performed at 192 W. King St. failed to meet an agreement the town has with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.

Recent legislation proposing changes to Interstate 81 would not have much of an impact on the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation, the foundation’s director of conservation, John Hutchinson, said.

STRASBURG – Strasburg’s Planning Commission unanimously voted for changes to the town’s unified development ordinance that would allow developers to add more townhouses in a single row than is allowed under town rules during its meeting Tuesday.

Strasburg's Planning Commission is set to discuss potential changes to the town's unified development ordinance that would allow developers to build more townhouses in a single row than is allowed under town rules.

STRASBURG – Despite being an iconic figure in American history, beyond all else, Martin Luther King Jr. was a man sent by God. That was the message relayed by Gwen Walker, former president of the Winchester Area NAACP, during Esbie Baptist Church’s 19th annual Martin Luther King Jr. prayer b…

As the nearly month-long government shutdown continues and some federal agencies find creative ways to fund programs, Virginia senators are concerned some other functions are not getting enough attention.

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.