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Luray Looks To Fill Council Seat
If you've ever want to be a member of Town Council
Cronic Wasting Disease Found In Shenandoah County
For the first time a disease, deadly to deer, has been found in Shenandoah County.

 
Campus Safety Focus of UVA Meetings
Campus safety is the focus of three town hall meetings at the University of Virginia this week.
 
 
Fire Leave 10 Without A Home
Weekend fire damages apartments
Gas Prices Up
"It could be worse."  That may be the mantra for a while at the gas pumps here in Virginia.

 
Harrisonburg Man Sought in Stabbing
Waynesboro Police are looking for a Harrisonburg man.

 
Governor Approves Mariijuana Use
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed into law a measure that allows the use of derivatives of the marijuana plant for treating severe epilepsy.
 
 
Virginia to compensate victims of forced sterilizations
 
Virginia lawmakers have agreed to compensate victims who were involuntarily sterilized by state officials decades ago under a widely accepted program.
 
 
Wrongful Death Claim Dismissed
The Virginia Supreme Court says a lawyer who hired a private investigator to serve divorce papers had no duty to warn him that the defendant might be armed and dangerous.
 
 
Strasburg Bank Expands
Strasburg-based First Bank is one step closer to acquiring six bank branches
Presgraves Running for Supervisor
Former Page County Sheriff Danny Presgraves is running for public office again.

 
One Million Winner in Waynesboro
A Waynesboro man is more than a half million dollars richer, after winning the top prize in a Virginia Lottery scratcher game.

 

 
Local Vineyards Win Awards
Two local vineyards have reason to celebrate today. 
Shenandoah County Continues Tradtion
 

While some local school districts are eyeing the first weeks of August to start classes, 
Strasburg Man Charged with Molesting 2 Year Old
A Strasburg man is in jail this morning charged with molesting a 2-year old.  
Panhandling Challenge
A federal appeals court has ordered a new trial on whether a Henrico County panhandling ordinance is constitutional.

 
 
JMU Hosts STEM Workshop Friday
Educators from Shenandoah Valley schools districts will be among nearly 150 that descend on the area for the second annual K-12 STEM Educators Workshop this Friday at JMU.

 
Indictment for High Speed Chase
An indictment for a Woodstock man accused of leading police on a chase that reached 120-miles per hour.

 

 
Lost River Business for Sale
Got 1.1 million dollars?  If you do, you could own one of the more notable restaurants in the Baker-Mathias area.

 

 
Deadline Pushed Back to Redraw VA Congressional Districts
     Deadline pushed back to redraw Va. congressional district