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Abigal Lail, 11, of Strasburg, sits outside the Strasburg Post Office under a red bud tree on a spring afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily

A top Strasburg official quit suddenly last week, prompting staffing changes in several town agencies.

Apr. 16, 2014
Devon Davis, a Strasburg Volunteer firefighter, walks outside the scene of this crash on southbound Interstate 81 near Cedar Creek on Wednesday afternoon. A truck carrying a travel trailer overturned on its side, blocking both lanes of traffic and closing the interstate for over an hour. Rich Cooley/Daily

Apr. 15, 2014
STRASBURG -- Strasburg leaders may exempt the town from its own development rules.

Apr. 13, 2014
Work on the Strasburg downtown streetscape project is moving forward as crews make up for time lost this past winter.

Apr. 13, 2014
A group that owns land in Strasburg says the town must provide sewer service to their property.

Apr. 13, 2014
STRASBURG -- Locals are asked to wear purple on Tuesday in honor of the children of actively serving military.

Apr. 11, 2014
STRASBURG -- Norma Dano and her six sisters were born and raised in the Strasburg area. They all still live within a few miles of each other.

Apr. 11, 2014
Joshua Dorsey of Strasburg and his daughters, Olivia, 7, left, Melanie, 2, center, and Natalie, 4, at right, stroll through a line of blooming trees at Strasburg Town Park on a spring afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily

Apr. 11, 2014
Strasburg may not need to raise sewer rates to cover the cost to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant.

Apr. 10, 2014
With Stasburg leaders' approval of a site, a dog owners group now needs to raise money for a park.

Apr. 10, 2014
The Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office is working with the county's fire marshal to investigate a suspected case of arson and breaking and entering at Strasburg Self Storage.

Apr. 9, 2014
Strasburg leaders Tuesday reversed their stance on getting involved with an effort to protect a large piece of land in town.

Apr. 8, 2014
STRASBURG -- Future guests visiting the White House will soon be able to clean themselves up with a piece of Strasburg.

Apr. 7, 2014
STRASBURG -- Mary Ellen Hoover, a resident at Greenfield Senior Living, moved her hands along to the same rhythm of the harpists' finger as he started to play the Irish ballad "Danny Boy."

Apr. 6, 2014
STRASBURG -- As a pastor, Bill Nabers of St. Paul Lutheran Church was familiar with providing support to those with recent cancer diagnoses.

Apr. 4, 2014
Strasburg's emergency closing of its public works building this week shouldn't affect employees or keep them from performing their duties.

Apr. 4, 2014
STRASBURG -- Radio Shack is closing more than a thousand of its stores across the country, but its Strasburg location is not one of them.

Apr. 3, 2014
A Strasburg department vacated its space for safety reasons this week after experts found problems with the building.

Apr. 1, 2014
Fire engulfed a building at Strasburg Self Storage Monday evening, and crews were still out fighting the flames at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Mar. 25, 2014
Bobby Spiker delivers mail Tuesday along his route on Queen Street in Strasburg while a light spring snow fell, covering trees, grass - and horses. Rich Cooley/Daily

Mar. 24, 2014
STRASBURG -- The day Mamie Mitchell of Strasburg turned 40, she found out she had Stage IIIC ovarian cancer. She decided her 41st birthday would be different.

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