WOODSTOCK — F&M Bank has donated $25,000 toward the Shenandoah County Local Disaster Impact Loan Program.
A triage tent outside Shenandoah Memorial Hospital in Woodstock is providing a way for Emergency Room staff to screen high-risk patients away from others.
On Thursday, the Yebernetsky family of Frederick County was planning to visit North Dakota from their kitchen for an evening of steak and potatoes.
A display in the window of the Shenandoah Chamber of Commerce in Woodstock observes National Vietnam War Veterans Day, which is Sunday.
Fair officials are “focused on fun” and hoping for record attendance for the 103rd Shenandoah County Fair in Woodstock, scheduled from Aug. 28 to Sept. 5.
New Gordmans stores in Front Royal and Woodstock will hold grand openings at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
WOODSTOCK – The Bread of Live Food Pantry now has a renovated building to help fulfill its mission of helping the hungry.
Two men accused of using stolen credit card information to take money from banks remain in a regional jail without bond.
WOODSTOCK – Town officials on Tuesday honored a Woodstock police officer who saved the life of a woman who had overdosed.
Firefighters prevented a hay bale fire near Woodstock on Tuesday from causing more damage.
Two Edinburg women are facing charges related to an ongoing criminal investigation into a local preschool.
WOODSTOCK - A descendant of several great-great grandfathers who fought in the Revolutionary War led a group of citizens, ministers and others on Saturday in honor of Peter Muhlenberg, one of the heroes in America's fight for independence from Great Britain.
WOODSTOCK – The owners of the Woodstock Equipment Company have purchased the former Grubbs property on Old Valley Pike.
WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce rolled out the red carpet for its new members, the board of directors and award nominees on Thursday evening at its annual awards ceremony.
Woodstock officials have signed an agreement to purchase a piece of property downtown that Town Council members approved at their meeting Tuesdaynight.
The Western Virginia Continuum of Care is planning its annual Point-in-Time homeless count for Jan. 22 and accepting Letter of Intent applications from eligible agencies operating within the CoC’s geographic region.
Shenandoah County Public Schools in 2019 saw changes in on the School Board and with school staff, as well as frank discussions on social issues affecting children.
WOODSTOCK - Dietmar Weidenbach is closing his dry cleaning shop, DW Snyders Dry Cleaners, after 53 years of operations.
WOODSTOCK — The Christmas tree has long been a symbol of the holiday, but the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Woodstock puts up a different tree during the holiday season.
WOODSTOCK – Members of the Woodstock Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail Planning Committee have received a funding update for the first phase of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail project that would connect the area around Fairview and W.O. Riley parks to the historic downtown.
WOODSTOCK – Woodstock’s finances have received a clean audit.
A Woodstock man was arrested Sunday on charges of abduction, domestic assault and destruction of property.
WOODSTOCK – Members of the Economic Development Authority on Monday night approved a facade rehabilitation grant of $9,100 for a new look to the Woodstock Fire Department building.
WOODSTOCK — The town’s fire chief is stepping down after 45 years of volunteer service with the Fire Department.
An Alexandria man was killed just before 6 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 66 after he was struck by a vehicle.
WOODSTOCK — Local author Jason Wright has had a busy year with the release of his 16th book, “The Christmas Doll,” and the film adaptation of his novel “Christmas Jars.”
Eight months and roughly $350,000 later, Tower Road in Woodstock is open again as of Monday morning, according to Virginia Department of Transportation officials.
WOODSTOCK - Woodstock officials now have a priority list of street improvements along Route 42 as they prepare several applications to apply for the Virginia Department of Transportation fiscal year 2021 Smart Scale funding.
A Woodstock church will be helping people out this holiday season with discounted gas on Black Friday.
WOODSTOCK - Town officials are discussing tourism zones in an effort to spur both economic development and a business-friendly environment.
WOODSTOCK – The Shenandoah County Tourism Council was updated on the tourism side of the proposed 2019 Economic Development Plan during its monthly meeting on Tuesday.
WOODSTOCK — Growling machines and hoses filled with cement are breaking the silence and taking up the width of Tower Road as the long-awaited repair project begins to give the road shape.
WOODSTOCK — The property of an iconic Woodstock business is back in the hands of its former owner.
The Woodstock Fire Department responded to a fire at an apartment complex on Tuesday.
WOODSTOCK – Area U.S. military veterans received recognition Monday for their service in the armed forces.
WOODSTOCK – Environmentally friendly business policies can be good for the bottom line. That was the message at the “Go Green, Get Green” event held Wednesday night at Woodstock Brewhouse.
Trick-or-treaters may be in for something scarier than spooky costumes this Halloween.
WOODSTOCK — The idea of a faith community nurse is somewhat new to the East Coast, but Sharon Benson hopes her job will help her become a resource for faith communities in Shenandoah County.
WOODSTOCK – Adam Marston is aggressively working to resurrect his family’s apple farm.
An SUV travels recently along this section of Old Valley Pike north of Woodstock under the canopy of fall colors from a maple tree.
Long-awaited repairs to Tower Road are around the corner, just in time for it to shut down again.
WOODSTOCK—Conditions were perfect Saturday for the Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce’s biggest fundraiser of the year.
WOODSTOCK—Hundreds of fans packed into the grandstand at Shenandoah Downs on Saturday as the five-week race series neared its end.
WOODSTOCK – During the past 113 years, generations of area families have visited the Walton & Smoot Pharmacy to pick up prescriptions and sit at its 1960s-era lunch counter to chat and enjoy a coffee or a milkshake. That all changes on Oct. 23, when the business closes its doors forever.
WOODSTOCK – Members of the Woodstock Town Council on Tuesday night adopted an ordinance with code language and guidelines that allow for the construction of a form of housing known as stacked townhouses.
The public got a peek this week at a proposed Headley Road bridge public access point.
WOODSTOCK – An artist and some employees of the Shenandoah County Department of Social Services completed most of the work on an office mural Monday.
Authorities have arrested two people after law enforcement agents found a suspended meth lab in the suspects’ Woodstock home.
The Woodstock Fire Department plans to install a vehicle exhaust extraction system with a recently awarded $64,761 federal grant.