WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County took the next step in establishing a countywide tourism zone program that leaders said should draw business investment to the region.
If enacted, recently proposed legislation in Congress would create a national voluntary database to identify African-American burial grounds.
WOODSTOCK – While most eighth-graders are running around schoolyards, Kaylee Yew is striding through the halls of the Capitol in Richmond.
WOODSTOCK — Area residents saw the proposed design for Woodstock’s bicycle and pedestrian trail unveiled Wednesday night.
WOODSTOCK – The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors is ready to adopt a scoring method for analyzing and prioritizing which dirt roads will receive hard surfacing treatments.
Woodstock police cruisers are now equipped with cameras.
The Woodstock Public Works Department could soon join the police department as an accredited agency.
WOODSTOCK – Shenandoah County supervisors adopted a strategic plan to combine fire and rescue services throughout the county on Thursday night — moving volunteer departments throughout the county under one roof.
WOODSTOCK — Town Council members unanimously reappointed Angela Clem for another five years as town manager.
The court cases against a school principal and a former Shenandoah County sheriff’s deputy who worked in the schools have ended.
Demolition work has begun at Seven Bends State Park.
WOODSTOCK - W.W. Robinson Elementary school hosted STEM night on Thursday evening to allow parents to see what their children are doing in class.
WOODSTOCK – Close to 50 farmers, families and elected officials huddled together outside Shenandoah County’s newest farm equipment shop Friday morning for its opening day.
WOODSTOCK – Science was on full display at W.W. Robinson Elementary School on Thursday during its science fair.
WOODSTOCK – Shenandoah County Industrial Development Authority members are still working through sticky right of way issues near a property they own off Borden Mowery Drive.
WOODSTOCK — Woodstock residents have two new police officers to watch over the town.
WOODSTOCK — Business leaders, elected officials and town representatives gathered around tables on Thursday afternoon to kick off putting a new strategic plan for Shenandoah County in place.
Woodstock police arrested Katherine Wenger, 27, of Woodstock, on a felony charge of shoplifting.
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.
WOODSTOCK — After batting around the idea for months, the Shenandoah County Tourism Council has proposed a draft application for new and existing businesses to receive benefits from a new tourism development zone.
WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce rolled out the red carpet for its new members, the board of directors and award nominees on Tuesday evening.
WOODSTOCK – While Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program funding has been assured for February, more questions have arisen over the long-term future of the program.
Woodstock officials are unveiling the completed downtown parking lot on Friday evening.
WOODSTOCK — The Knights of Columbus in Woodstock have prepared 52 food baskets to help Shenandoah County families in need this holiday season.
WOODSTOCK – Students at W.W. Robinson Elementary school donated more than 1,000 pounds of cat and dog food and cat litter on Friday to Furry Friends Animal Rescue.
Shenandoah County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 28-year-old Woodstock man Monday evening on drug- and child endangerment-related charges.
WOODSTOCK — Kensley Dalton has always wanted to #lighttheworld. This Christmas season, the eighth-grader at Peter Muhlenberg Middle School hopes families in Shenandoah County will join her.
WOODSTOCK — A Charlottesville man was arrested Wednesday after a physical altercation in a motel during which he was accused of striking a woman, causing a 7-month-old infant to be dropped to the floor, according to a criminal complaint by Woodstock police officer Arianna Smootz.
WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County Administrator Mary Price announced Wednesday evening that she is retiring from a 40-year career in local government.
The Town of Woodstock has received a $10,000 grant from the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Dam Safety Division.
Bike Virginia is looking forward to putting more valley miles on its riders bicycles when it hosts the Bike Virginia Tour, a six-day recreational cycling event that returns to Woodstock from June 21 to June 23 before heading to Harrisonburg from June 24 to June 26.
WOODSTOCK – For about an hour on Wednesday, some Central High School students talked to students at a school in North Africa.
WOODSTOCK – A right of way agreement holding up the development and sale of land off of Borden Mowery is still missing, but Shenandoah County Industrial Development Authority members plan to move forward with settling the agreement.
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.
Liz “Dreamerwings” Ortiz teaches second grade students at W.W. Robinson Elementary School in Woodstock how to perform a Native American dance on Tuesday. Rich Cooley/DailyYoungsters touch the tortoise shell that is part of Ortiz’s regalia. Rich Cooley/DailyW.W. Robinson Elementary School sec…
Woodstock’s parking lot project is nearing completion.
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. …
Woodstock police recently hosted the local FBI and employees of area hotels for a training session on how to help identify possible victims of human trafficking.
Professor Paolo Scardina, center, explains to a Virginia Tech student how the lab and the field differ. Max Thornberry/DailyVirginia Tech students Samantha Srinivasan, left, and Hailey Edwards measure the water level in the forebay. Max Thornberry/Daily
Dr. Lee Harvey and his wife Melissa stand by the Burnshire Dam along the Shenandoah River east of Woodstock. The couple have restored the dam’s hydroelectric plant and are creating electricity. Rich Cooley/DailyJohn Burleson, of Winchester, a maintenance mechanic at Burnshire Hydro, stands b…
WOODSTOCK – After winning the Virginia Governor’s Cup in 2015 and opening a tasting room the following year, Muse Vineyards in Woodstock, is adding another feature to its 60-acre estate this weekend.
Jacob Sharp, 4, left, Macie Miller, 6, Callen Miller, 2, and Kattie Leep, 7, right, prepare to trick-or-treat outside the Leep home Wednesday evening in Woodstock. Rich Cooley/DailyJillian Henry, 5, of Woodstock, has Stephani Leep paint her face for her Cheshire cat character. Rich Cooley/Da…
Joshua Nicholas, 8, left, and Brooklin Dubois, 9, right, sashay during the hoedown held at W.W. Robinson Elementary School in Woodstock. Rich Cooley/DailyRaegan Geren, left, and Bailee Sollenberger, right, both 5, exchange high five’s at the dance. Rich Cooley/DailyKristin Whetzel, left, and…
Sen. Tim Kaine addresses his supporters Tuesday during a rally outside the Democratic headquarters on North Main Street in Woodstock. Rich Cooley/DailyCongressional candidate Jennifer Lewis speaks to supporters in Woodstock on Tuesday. Rich Cooley/Daily
WOODSTOCK – The county has communicated with four town property owners about what it would take to develop their land, seven parcels total, for commercial development.
WOODSTOCK – Police Cpl. Keith Staffa and officer Cole Brandon were recognized Tuesday night at the Town Council meeting.
WOODSTOCK – Town officials are asking for public input on developing a Court Square design strategy.