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Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 1/15/2019


Winter Weather Closures and Delays: 1/15/2019

The following schools are closed or on delay across the northern Shenandoah Valley for 1/15/2019 due to winter weather: Fauquier County Public Schools – Closed – […]

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Winter Weather Closures: 1/14/2019


Winter Weather Closures: 1/14/2019

The following schools are closed across the northern Shenandoah Valley for 1/14/2019 due to winter weather: Clarke County Public Schools – Office Open at 10 a.m. […]

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Virginia State Police Handle Hundreds of Sunday Crashes


Virginia State Police Handle Hundreds of Sunday Crashes

The Virginia State Police have released vehicle crash data from the incidents they responded to yesterday (1/14/2019). From 12 a.m. through 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Virginia State […]

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VDOT Releases Road Condition Update: 1/14/2019


VDOT Releases Road Condition Update: 1/14/2019

The Virginia Department of Transportation is advising that motorists use extreme caution if they must travel this morning (1/14/19) in the Shenandoah Valley. As of 4 […]

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stolen

no responses. January 11, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Driver Flees After Crashing Stolen Car in Toms Brook


Driver Flees After Crashing Stolen Car in Toms Brook

The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office is searching for the driver of a stolen vehicle involved in a Wednesday crash. The single-vehicle accident, in which a 2013 […]

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Northam Announces Bipartisan Proposal to Toll I-81


Northam Announces Bipartisan Proposal to Toll I-81

Yesterday (1/8/2019) Governor Northam announced a legislative proposal that would fund $2.2 billion in critical improvements along the Interstate 81 Corridor with a toll. The legislation is […]

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Shenandoah University Adds Two New Vice Presidents


Shenandoah University Adds Two New Vice Presidents

Shenandoah University announced yesterday that it has added two new vice presidents to its list of administrative officers. Mr. Scott Spriggs and Dr. Yolanda Barbier Gibson […]

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Study on Bringing Skilled Labor to Region Launches in 2019


Study on Bringing Skilled Labor to Region Launches in 2019

Funding for a new study will help the Shenandoah Valley analyze how best to recruit and retain skilled professionals in 2019. The GO Virginia Region 8 […]

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Poll Shows Strong Public Support for I-81 Improvements


Poll Shows Strong Public Support for I-81 Improvements

Earlier this week, the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance, in  conjunction with the research firm Public Opinion Strategies, released the results of a poll of 500 registered […]

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mcshin foundation

no responses. December 18, 2018 Dylan Nicholls

McShin Foundation Comes to RSW Regional Jail


McShin Foundation Comes to RSW Regional Jail

The McShin Foundation’s program is officially underway at the Rappahannock Shenandoah Warren Regional Jail. The McShin Foundation is a recovery resource foundation with a mission to […]

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public transportation

no responses. December 18, 2018 Dylan Nicholls

Study Shows Need for Shenandoah Public Transportation


Study Shows Need for Shenandoah Public Transportation

A study presented at last week’s Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors meeting indicates that public transportation is a need for the county. The study was conducted after […]

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shenandoah county administrator

no responses. December 17, 2018 Dylan Nicholls

Shenandoah County Administrator Announces Retirement


Shenandoah County Administrator Announces Retirement

In an announcement last week, Shenandoah County Administrator Mary Price revealed that she will be departing from her position in the spring. Price was named county […]

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