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A Star Tannery man died in a single vehicle crash early Tuesday morning.
Dwain Whittington, a member of the City of Winchester Pipes and Drum Corps, marches along Cameron Street with a stream of lights mounted on his bag pipes during the Old Town Christmas parade on Monday night in Winchester. The parade was followed by the tree lighting ceremony on the Loudoun Street Mall. Rich Cooley/Daily
WINCHESTER -- Evan Walters, 25, went on a long walk. When he returned home, he had an idea.
A local man was indicted Monday in Warren County Circuit Court on five counts of possessing child pornography with intent to sell or reproduce it.
MAURERTOWN -- Fire damaged a residence at 290 Keller Road on Monday afternoon.
Walt Morgan, financial associate with Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, will host a Social Security Educational Workshop on 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Hampton Inn Conference Room located at 1150 Motel Drive in Woodstock.
WINCHESTER -- As the annual post-turkey buying binge began hours earlier this year, shoppers and merchants are noticing a calmer, less frenzied Black Friday.
WOODSTOCK -- Some area homeless men aren't just surviving the winter, they're making a statement.
Amber Beall, 19, left, and her brother Logan,17, both of Linden, rake leaves from the front yard of Tim and Katie Tewell's home along Luray Avenue in Front Royal. Rich Cooley/Daily
Shenandoah Livestock Nov. 23 FEEDER: Steers, 100-199 lbs., $180.00; 200-299 lbs., $150.00-220.00; 300-399 lbs., $175.00-197.00; 400-499 lbs., $155.00-171.00; 500-599 lbs., $140.00-161.00; 600-699 lbs., $123.00-149.75; 700-799 lbs., few $117.00-124.00; 800-899 lbs., few $120.00-123.00; 900-999 lbs., few $113.00; Fats, one $127.00. Bulls,...
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City featured band members from every state -- among them five of Strasburg's own.
A Mount Jackson man says he wants to try to save the historic Nelson House from demolition but time is running out.
WOODSTOCK - A Shenandoah County teen accused in a terrorist plot aimed at a local high school faces trial as an adult.
MOUNT JACKSON -- Shenandoah County schools could expect to lose at least $1 million next year if the state retirement system calls for more local money, officials said Monday.
Marissa Sager, 17, of Strasburg, a second year culinary arts student at Triplett Tech in Top: Mount Jackson, garnishes this freshly baked pumpkin pie with sugar cookies during class on Tuesday. The students baked 26 pumpkin pies, 27 cheese cakes, and 57 pumpkin rolls and sold them at the school.
Above: Maria Romero, 17, of Mount Jackson, a second year culinary arts student at Triplett Tech, applies icing to a group of cookies that students baked on Tuesday. Photos by Rich Cooley/Daily
Authorities say believe they have discovered the remains of a woman reported missing since Sept. 9.
A number of street closures in Winchester will take effect at 6 p.m. Monday during the annual Old Town Christmas Parade.
The Winchester Police Department suggests Black Friday shoppers develop a personal safety and security plan and issued a list of tips:
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County Power Station north of Front Royal is in its final stretch of construction, reaching the 63 percent mark at the beginning of the month, but it will continue to give back to the surrounding community long after the welding is done and hundreds of workers leave.
Officials from the Shenandoah County Department of Fire and Rescue count the six former occupants at 381 W. King St. in Strasburg as lucky to be alive.
The area could see a few snowflakes early Tuesday, though sledding season is still far off.
RICHMOND -- The State Board of Elections on Monday confirmed Democrat Mark Herring's victory over Republican Mark Obenshain in a historically close race for attorney general that appears headed to a recount.
A Winchester man was arrested Sunday night after three homes were broken into earlier that morning.
The following public meetings are scheduled this week:
WOODSTOCK - A 73-year-old town man accused of dealing illegal bath salts from his business last year faces a grand jury next week.