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.

U.S Rep. Ben Cline, R-Lexington, applauded U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue’s announcement Wednesday  that 40 Farm Service Agency offices in Virginia, including one in Strasburg, will temporarily reopen to provide essential services.

A Dodge diesel pickup truck caught fire on northbound Interstate 81 at around 6:15 a.m. Monday. Trooper Hoc Jones with the Virginia State Police said there were no injuries.

STRASBURG — Strasburg’s Board of Zoning Appeals voted on Wednesday to deny an appeal that argued that former Planning and Zoning Administrator John Settle improperly denied zoning permits for two single-family homes near Stonewall Street.

STRASBURG — The town has received provisional environmental approval for its streetscape project, allowing it to move forward and hold a public hearing on the project, which is funded through a grant from the Virginia Department of Transportation.

STRASBURG — Members of Strasburg’s Public Safety Committee briefly discussed whether or not they wanted to add 15-minute parking spots on King Street during their meeting on Thursday.

In a meeting of the Strasburg Fire Department on Thursday, department’s Interim President Milton Painter resigned from his role as a member of Strasburg’s Fire Department Restructuring Committee and from his positions as a member and interim president of the department.

STRASBURG — The Town of Strasburg has a new planning and zoning administrator, Lee Pampid, after the town’s previous administrator left for a similar job in Smithfield, Virginia.

STRASBURG — The Strasburg Planning Commission is set to vote today on whether or not to approve a set of amendments that would bring the Cedar Valley development at 33227 Old Valley Pike one step closer to fruition.

STRASBURG — The Strasburg Town Council’s recreation, parks and trails committee met Tuesday to discuss the town’s forthcoming master park plan and to receive an update on the town’s community garden.

STRASBURG — Members of the Strasburg Town Council agreed to have the town look into pursuing a new water meter program during their meeting on Monday.

STRASBURG — The Planning Commission has decided to table two measures that, if approved, would bring developers of the Cedar Valley development at 33227 Old Valley Pike closer to receiving final approval.

A Shenandoah County Public School bus with students onboard was involved in a crash at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday.

STRASBURG — The ordinance committee of the Town Council discussed a number of potential changes Tuesday to the town’s unified development ordinance that would expand the types of businesses that could operate in Strasburg’s downtown community commercial district.

The Planning Commission and the Ordinance Committee for the Town of Strasburg are set to meet today to discuss potential changes to the town’s unified development ordinance and to discuss an application for the Cedar Valley Development at 33227 Old Valley Pike.