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Gov. Terry McAuliffe's rejection of a call for creation of a statewide task force on heroin shows the governor is "really going to miss the boat" in addressing the spread of the drug, U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Vienna, said Wednesday. comments

FRONT ROYAL - Front Royal needs to hone its identity to boost its economy, a panel of business leaders told Town Council this week. comments



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Erick Green got the call he's been waiting for nearly his entire life late on Tuesday night. comments

When most fans are asked what first attracted them to racing, the answer is usually, "Speed." Speed comes from horsepower, and nothing celebrates pure horsepower more than NHRA drag racing. comments

BALTIMORE -- James Madison University's football team was picked to finish eighth by the Colonial Athletic Association's head coaches and football media relations personnel. The poll and preseason all-conference team was announced during Wednesday's CAA Football Media Day. comments

NEW ORLEANS -- Shenandoah University rising senior Jaclyn Mohlmann and the Hornets' women's track & field program have been honored by the USTFCCCA for academic achievement in selections announced Tuesday by the organization. comments

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FRONT ROYAL -- Amber Ross thinks of her job as a tour guide at Front Royal's Skyline Caverns as something of a family business. comments



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In the mid-1970s I taught at an all-boys Catholic high school in Alexandria. An older lady, Anne, worked in the school's main office. Her gray hair framed her smiling face, and she was always pleasant and patient, even to a rude parent on the phone or an impatient, young teacher.

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Bethany Egan, left, and Ruben Janes, both of The Plains, paint on top of this metal roof at the corner of Massanutten and Washington streets in Strasburg recently. Rich Cooley/Daily comments


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MIDDLETOWN -- Town Council is considering a revision in its drug and alcohol testing policies. comments

Strasburg planners expect to start work soon to lay out what the town wants to do with its new industrial park. comments

One of the Middletown police department's cruisers has been off the road since July 12 as a result of damage from a collision with a civilian vehicle. comments

FRONT ROYAL - The town recently received a handful of requests from property owners asking for breaks on utility fees and rates. comments

NEW MARKET -- Vehicles parked too closely to intersections in town are curbing visibility, according to one resident. comments

NEW MARKET -- As the Schultz Theatre and School of Performing Arts prepares to host "The Wizard of Oz," a recent grant has theater volunteers feeling over the rainbow. comments

Bugsy Cline, of Front Royal, walks his beagle Ringo down Main Street in Front Royal near their home recently. Rich Cooley/Daily comments

Strasburg will prohibit parking on part of King Street next week so construction crews can repave the road as part of the downtown streetscape project. comments


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Two new Virginia bills require schools to allow students with diabetes the option of carrying supplies with them while at school. comments

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Back in 2004, Stacey Nadeau was scouring the archives of the Virginia Military Institute when she struck gold. comments



EDINBURG -- Hickory is known by volunteers at the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter to be friendly and affectionate. But he has been at the shelter since March and adopters keep passing him by. comments


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