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SVEC Warns Higher Electric Bills Likely with Heat


SVEC Warns Higher Electric Bills Likely with Heat

The Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative is warning its member-owners that today’s (7/19/2019) heat advisory and scorching temperatures over the weekend may result in higher electric bills. […]

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Lord Fairfax Health District Issues Heat Wave Health Alert


Lord Fairfax Health District Issues Heat Wave Health Alert

With an enhanced heat warning in place, the Lord Fairfax Health District has issued a warning about the extremely high temperatures facing the Valley over the […]

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drug overdoses

no responses. July 18, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Spike in Drug Overdoses, Deaths Hits Region


Spike in Drug Overdoses, Deaths Hits Region

Seven drug overdoses have been reported by the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force in the past week, two of which proved to be […]

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Local Law Enforcement Agencies Warn of Extreme Heat


Local Law Enforcement Agencies Warn of Extreme Heat

Local law enforcement agencies are warning the public of extreme heat hitting the region for the rest of this week. The Warren, Frederick, and Page County […]

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Triplett Tech

no responses. July 16, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Solar Panels Coming to Triplett Tech


Solar Panels Coming to Triplett Tech

Plans are moving forward to install solar panels at Triplett Tech in Mount Jackson. Shenandoah County’s School Board agreed during its meeting Thursday (7/11/2019) to enter […]

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mayor

no responses. July 15, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

State Police Charge Strasburg Mayor with DUI


State Police Charge Strasburg Mayor with DUI

Strasburg’s mayor is now facing charges in relation to the single-vehicle accident in May that left him seriously injured. Mayor Rich Orndorff was driving a John […]

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mayor

no responses. July 12, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Strasburg Receives Update on Mayor’s Condition


Strasburg Receives Update on Mayor’s Condition

Strasburg citizens received an update on their Mayor’s condition at Tuesday (7/9/2019) night’s Town Council meeting. Mayor Rich Orndorff was involved in an RTV crash on […]

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Funding Open for Local Violence Intervention Programs


Funding Open for Local Violence Intervention Programs

Governor Ralph Northam announced Monday (7/9/2019) that the Department of Criminal Justice Services is accepting applications from localities for grant funding for community violence intervention programs. […]

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paving projects

no responses. July 9, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Woodstock Takes Step Toward Street Paving Projects


Woodstock Takes Step Toward Street Paving Projects

The Town of Woodstock recently awarded a contract for upcoming street paving projects this summer. The town is preparing for the milling and paving of Ox […]

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Blue Ridge Hospice CEO to Step Down This Week


Blue Ridge Hospice CEO to Step Down This Week

The CEO and President of Blue Ridge Hospice is will be stepping down from her role this week. Constance Morrison’s resignation will be effective on Friday, […]

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riopalooza

no responses. July 8, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

RioPalooza to Feature Music, River Activities in Elkton


RioPalooza to Feature Music, River Activities in Elkton

The Potomac Riverkeeper Network is partnering with state agencies and organizations to hold a celebration of both the Shenandoah River and Latino Conservation Week. Called RioPalooza, […]

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Shentel Announces New Vice President


Shentel Announces New Vice President

American Woodmark’s former Chief Human Resource Officer is joining telecommunications company Shentel’s team as a Vice President. The Edinburg-based Shenandoah Telecommunications Company announced Monday, July 8, […]

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