Virginia State Police have charged a Winchester man with last week’s crash that involved a Shenandoah County school bus that had children onboard.

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. …

Shannon Saville, 35, of Berryville, makes Lactaid boxes for Costco and Sam’s Club at the NW Works facility in Winchester on Friday. Saville is one of several participants enrolled in a new seven-week manufacturing technology program. Rich Cooley/DailyNichole Tichy, left, director of developm…

Two area animal shelters, the Humane Society of Warren County and SPCA of Winchester, have reached maximum capacity during a busy summer for both of them.

Due to the rainy weather forecast, tomorrow’s Community Safety Fair is relocating from Jim Barnett Park to the System Support Building, 220 Campus Blvd, on the north side of the Winchester Medical Center campus. Visitors may park in Garage 1 and take the pedestrian bridge into the building. …

Winchester resident Ed Breeden had worked 23 years as a general laborer at Zuckerman Company Inc., a metal recycling plant when owners announced they were closing.

Southbound Interstate 81 traffic moves past the 298-mile marker at Strasburg on Wednesday evening. Proposals for improvements to the interstate were discussed at a public meeting Wednesday at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown. Rich Cooley/DailyJohn Good Jr., a Frederick County res…

Immigration and Customs Enforcement was looking for housing for immigrant detainees in Virginia.

Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland is once again sponsoring a community appreciation baseball game to help fundraise for two local organizations.

Kermit Orndorff, 64, of Strasburg, points to his house along Junction Road, which is next to Interstate 81, as Jeff Lineberry, left, transportation and land use director for the Staunton District of the Virginia Department of Transportation, looks over his shoulder during a public hearing Tu…

Officer Travis Lehman, of the Front Royal Police Department, left, received his graduation certificate from his brother, Sgt. Justin Lehman, of the Manassas Police Department, on Wednesday afternoon at the Skyline Regional Criminal Justice Academy graduation ceremony. Melissa Topey/DailyRile…

Dawn Lindhurst, of Edinburg, dances with a crowd of ladies at the Bloomers Luncheon inside the James R. Wilkins Jr. Athletics & Events Center at Shenandoah University on Friday. Rich Cooley/DailyMembers of the Souled Out band perform at the Bloomers Luncheon held Friday afternoon at Shen…

Angelo Perriello, 90, of Spring Arbor Assisted Living in Winchester, dances with Dot Kelly, Miss Apple Blossom, during the Young at Heart Dance on Thursday. Rich Cooley/DailyShenandoah Apple Blossom Festival Queen-designate Elizabeth Louise Astin dances with Stuart Lockhart, of Winchester, d…

MIDDLETOWN – After a quarter century of supporting a variety of projects at Lord Fairfax Community College, Kathy and Nick Nerangis Sr. received the 2018 Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy Friday at the school’s Appreciation Luncheon.

WINCHESTER – Randi Zuckerberg told an audience at the Shenandoah University business symposium Friday about the variety of reasons for why she left Facebook, the company co-founded by her brother Mark.

Participants in Saturday’s March for Our Lives gathered on the walking mall in downtown Winchester on Saturday morning to push for stricter rules on firearms and more school safety measures. Alex Bridges/DailySherando High School senior John Miles speaks to the crowd gathered at the March fo…

When Congress voted on Monday to end a government shutdown, lawmakers also voted to fund the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which insures low-income children and pregnant women, for another six years.

WINCHESTER – Even though starting a business is symbolic of the American Dream, it’s no less significant to Sumit Sanjel that a decade after he came to America with just $150 in his pocket, he’s now running and operating his own company.

WINCHESTER — A documentary on lynching being used as a teaching tool around the United States was shown Monday at Shenandoah University as part of its Martin Luther King Day observance.