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drug seizure

no responses. April 19, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Luray Police Help with Record Stanley Drug Seizure


Luray Police Help with Record Stanley Drug Seizure

The Stanley Police Department has announced that, thanks to the assistance of the Luray Police Department, it has made what may be the largest drug seizure […]

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CTB to Hold Public Feedback Meeting for Region


CTB to Hold Public Feedback Meeting for Region

The Commonwealth Transportation Board is hosting a feedback meeting for the region in just a few days. The CTB will meet with residents of VDOT’s Staunton […]

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Opioid Strike Force Moves into Shenandoah Valley


Opioid Strike Force Moves into Shenandoah Valley

The Appalachian Regional Prescription Opioid Strike Force is moving into the Shenandoah Valley. The announcement came Wednesday (4/17/2019) from Attorney General William Barr and Health and […]

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Mercy House Receives $100,000 in Funding


Mercy House Receives $100,000 in Funding

The Mercy House, a re-housing project in the Shenandoah Valley, will be a beneficiary of $2.2 million in total state funding going towards 30 projects across […]

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VDOT Will Lift Lane Closures for Easter Holiday


VDOT Will Lift Lane Closures for Easter Holiday

The Virginia Department of Transportation has announced that it will be lifting most lane closures for an extended period of time starting at noon on April […]

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controlled burn

no responses. April 11, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Forest Service Conducting Planned Page County Burn


Forest Service Conducting Planned Page County Burn

The Forest Service has been conducting a prescribed hazard reduction burn across 1,500 acres in the Shenandoah Valley. The burn began yesterday (4/10/2019), lasted overnight, and […]

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Work Zone Awareness Week Begins in Staunton District


Work Zone Awareness Week Begins in Staunton District

The Virginia Department of Transportation is reminding citizens that today (4/8/2019) marks the start of National Work Zone Awareness Week. In VDOT’s Staunton District alone, which […]

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Head of REC Selected as President of CFC’s Board


Head of REC Selected as President of CFC’s Board

The president and CEO of the Rappahannock Electric Cooperative has been selected to serve as president of the Board of Directors for a primary financing arm […]

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Shenandoah Battlefields Foundation Receives Grant


Shenandoah Battlefields Foundation Receives Grant

The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation was included in $2.3 million of funding distributed by the National Park Service. The foundation, which preserves and interprets the region’s […]

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Vote Means I-81 Drivers Will Face Tax Hike


Vote Means I-81 Drivers Will Face Tax Hike

After a Wednesday (4/3/2019) vote, drivers along I-81 will now face a gas tax hike. The measure was proposed by Governor Northam as a means of […]

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CTB to Hold Public Meetings on Transportation Projects


CTB to Hold Public Meetings on Transportation Projects

The Commonwealth Transportation Board announced Monday (3/1/2019) that it will host nine meetings across Virginia, and is inviting the public to share feedback on transportation projects […]

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Shenandoah Valley Under Red Flag Warning


Shenandoah Valley Under Red Flag Warning

The Shenandoah Valley is under a red flag warning from the National Weather Service, and is facing an enhanced fire threat this afternoon (4/3/2019). A dry […]

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