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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
Bugsy Cline, of Front Royal, walks his beagle Ringo down Main Street in Front Royal near their home recently. Rich Cooley/Daily
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.
A story in Wednesday's newspaper about a death investigation should have stated that the victim died Saturday.
The Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter recently received a grant to help combat and prevent homelessness. The agency plans to use the $3,500 award from the Shenandoah Community Foundation to launch its Landlord Luncheon Series, according to a news release issued by the Alliance on Tuesday.
A routine traffic stop on July 16 led to charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute against the driver and the passenger.
The head of the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug Task Force said Tuesday that the death of a 28-year-old Lebanon Church man on Saturday was likely the 19th in the Northern Shenandoah Valley this year attributable to a heroin overdose.
Officials at Dulles International Airport in Dulles recently intercepted a "good luck" primate skull topped with feathers. And a necklace of primate teeth. Also, dead bats and a dead mongoose.
FRONT ROYAL- Town Council plans to strike Front Royal's ban on fortunetellers from the books and review how to regulate the practice.
Strasburg may likely never build the long-planned, yet controversial road connecting two neighborhoods.
A Front Royal man died late Monday night in a single car crash on U.S. 340.
Front Royal police are investigating the theft of a 2000 Harley Davidson motorcycle from a home in the 200 block of Cloud Street.
Bridgid Crisman, 18, and Garland Sager, 21, both of Edinburg, fish along Stony Creek off Water Street in Edinburg on a summer afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
William Holtzman, CEO of Holtzman Oil Corp. in Mount Jackson, gave $10,000 in recent months to the legal defense fund of former Gov. Robert F. McDonnell in McDonnell's fight against federal corruption charges.
Strasburg Town Council probably won't change its size any time soon.
The Signal Knob Middle School chapter of the Future Farmers of America has reached the top again. For the second year in a row, the club was selected top middle school FFA chapter in Virginia at the Virginia FFA Convention at Virginia Tech, June 23 to 26.
Five rising eighth graders from Shenandoah County could earn free college tuition by participating in a five-year program on college readiness beginning this fall. The Valley Scholars Program, organized by James Madison University in Harrisonburg, targets students who will be the first in their immediate families to attend college,
A construction worker fell 20 feet down a pylon hole Monday morning while working on the bridge project over the South Fork of the Shenandoah River in Front Royal, Fire Chief Richard E. Mabie said.
A Saturday morning fire caused an estimated $80,000 damage and forced evacuation of two occupants from a house at 1015 Virginia Ave. in Front Royal.
Ashby Grimsley, 70, of Front Royal, trims a line of white pines along his property on Morgan Ford Road near his home. Grimsley trims the trees once a year. Rich Cooley/Daily
John Randall, of Woodstock, fishes along the bridge at Chapman Landing Road north of Edinburg on a warm summer afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
NEW MARKET -- After more than 70 years of cutting hair, one New Market barber has chosen to hang up the clippers.
A forum in Winchester on Friday will unite community and national organizations in an attempt to lessen the stigma of mental health.
Shenandoah County The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the county government center, 600 N. Main St., Woodstock. New Market Town Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the municipal building, 9418 John Sevier Road....
Falcons that were once sought after by kings are returning, after over 30 years, to Shenandoah National Park.