STRASBURG — The Planning Commission approved a decision that will move the proposed Cedar Valley development at 33227 Old Valley Pike one step closer to fruition.
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 agreed Tuesday to allow the Lord Fairfax Soil and Water Conservation District to build a shed in the town’s community garden.
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 – Santa and Mrs. Claus made their annual visit to First Bank in town Saturday afternoon in spite of the rain.
The Strasburg Town Council is set to have a work session on Monday to discuss whether or not it wants to adopt an automated water meter program.
Weather forces parade and festivities to move but some shows will still go on.
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.
STRASBURG — Before he died of brain cancer at the age of 8, Trent Williams was a caring boy who always worried about the wellbeing of others around him, his mother, Jennifer Williams, recalled.
STRASBURG – In between the Black Friday, big box store rush and Cyber Monday, shop-from-home convenience, small businesses have their own day to shine.
Else Cauthorn, 7, left, and her brothers Caleb, 11, Grant,9, and sister Claire, 13, move their pastured turkeys outside their home recently. The turkeys are on rotational grazing throughout their property. Rich Cooley/DailyBen Cauthorn puts out feed for their 51 turkeys they are growing to s…
Two Strasburg residents died in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 81 on Friday, according to the Virginia State Police.
STRASBURG — Terry Ward was in a room inside an old Strasburg water treatment plant, trying to repair a broken ceramic mug with glue and string.
STRASBURG — Town officials announced at Tuesday’s council meeting that they were getting closer to being able to bid out parts of projects funded through grants from the Virginia Department of Transportation.
STRASBURG — The Town Council agreed Tuesday to allow a business to operate an ATV repair shop at 1101 E. King St. and to have the town seek bids for a consultant to create a master plan for the town’s recreational amenities.
The Strasburg Chamber of Commerce lost its tax-exempt status in May for failing to file a tax return form for three consecutive years. As of Wednesday, its website does not reflect the change.
Doug Baker, superintendent of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Berryville headquarters, stands in front of this 1966 Oshkosh snowblower outside the Stephens City VDOT headquarters on Tuesday. VDOT was showing off its fleet of vehicles during an annual winter snow news conference. …
Strasburg police arrested a town resident Friday on drug charges and charges related to the reckless handling of a firearm.
Army veteran Chuck Breiner shakes hands with Signal Knob Middle School FFA student Noah Wagnon. Also pictured, from left are FFA students Austin Froemel, Colby Shaw and Tristen Froemel. Josh Gully/DailyJohn Newby, Virginia’s Director of Department of Veteran Services, speaks to the crowd at …
STRASBURG — The Town Council is set to discuss whether or not it wants to hire a consultant to update the town’s master park plan following a recreation, parks and trails committee meeting on Thursday.
Sierra Miller, 15, a sophomore at Central High School, textures a sample of topsoil during the State FFA Soil Judging Contest held Tuesday at Woodbine Farm Market near Strasburg. Rich Cooley/DailyA group of high school students stand in silhouette against rising fog on this hillside at Woodb…
Turnout in the 2018 midterms surged from 2014 numbers throughout the Shenandoah Valley, according to a Northern Virginia Daily analysis of data from the Virginia Department of Elections.
STRASBURG — The Strasburg Town Council is set to vote on whether or not to have the town approve a right-of-way application and a special use permit by a business owner who plans on opening a small engine repair shop at 1101 E. King St.
A proposed settlement to a lawsuit stemming from an inmate’s death at the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail has been filed in U.S. District Court.
STRASBURG — Members of the Town Council’s infrastructure committee informally agreed Tuesday to hold off funding a water model study until the next fiscal year, which starts in July.
The Strasburg Town Council’s Infrastructure Committee is set to discuss potentially funding an updated water model study during it meeting today, as the town ramps up discussions about possibly building a new water tower.
Bill Wine, owner of Historic Restorations LLC of Woodstock, uses his pickup truck to tear off the 40-foot front porch of the Snapp House, which is located at the corner of Old Valley Pike and Battlefield Road at Fishers Hill, on Tuesday. Wine has been contracted to demolish the porch and con…
WOODSTOCK — A Shenandoah County judge upheld a decision from Strasburg’s Board of Zoning Appeals that found a fence of a Strasburg resident in violation of the town’s regulations.
Nick Livesay, a conservation specialist with the Lord Fairfax Soil and Water Conservation District, spreads mulch around new plantings Monday inside Strasburg’s new event space area. Volunteers helped plant trees, hydrangeas and bulbs, and finished up with a dump truck load of mulch. Rich Co…
STRASBURG — Town Council members informally supported funding a new study to look into Strasburg’s water infrastructure during a work session on Monday as the town looks into the possibility of building a new water tower.
Life. This is how a devastated mother remembers her always smiling 16-year-old son Malikhi Roberts – as life itself.
STRASBURG — The town Planning Commission has voted to approve the site plan and recommend approval of a special use permit that will allow a small engine repair service to operate at 1101 E. King St. The site plan approval is contingent upon the Town Council’s approval of the special use permit.
With two new developments coming into Strasburg, John Massoud, a member of the Strasburg Town Council, has concerns that the town and county do not yet have the infrastructure to handle potential population growth.
The Strasburg Fire Department will hold an open house between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday at its fire station at 163 E. King St.
STRASBURG — The Town Council has voted to approve the final plat application for the Aikens-Claytor development at 1395 and 1437 John Marshall Highway.
STRASBURG — The town has entered into an agreement with the Virginia Department of Transportation on a revenue-sharing grant to extend Borden Mowery Drive in the town’s industrial park.
STRASBURG — Members of the Strasburg Fire Department Restructuring Committee have decided not to override a recent Fire Department decision to allow 19-year-olds drive department vehicles, despite criticism of the idea by committee members.
STRASBURG — The Strasburg Fire Department Restructuring Committee held a bylaws work session on Monday as members of the committee honed in on ways to change the leadership structure and training requirements for the department.
STRASBURG — Plans for the Aikens-Claytor development at 1395 and 1437 John Marshall Highway are moving toward a vote following a Town Council work session on Thursday.
Close to 94 percent of all students in Warren County Public Schools graduated on time, according to data released by the Virginia Department of Education.