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Electrical crews recover from Mon.’s storm


Electrical crews recover from Mon.’s storm

Electrical crews were kept busy with as many as 3600 customers being without power from Mon. Jun. 21 storm. According to reports Strasburg was the hardest […]

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Things going on Jun. 19 and 20 in the valley


Things going on Jun. 19 and 20 in the valley

It is another busy weekend in the valley June 19 and 20. And Don’t forget Father’s Day Sunday June 20. The annual Fort Valley yard crawl […]

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cares act distribution

no responses. June 10, 2021 news_three

Strasburg honors Juneteenth


Strasburg honors Juneteenth

Strasburg Town Council voted to make Jun. 18 a paid holiday for town staff in honor of Juneteenth. The date is recognized as the day the […]

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cares act distribution

no responses. June 3, 2021 news_three

DMV offers services at Strasburg Town Office


DMV offers services at Strasburg Town Office

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will hold a DMV connect program at the Strasburg Town Office. DMV services will be offered June 7, 8 […]

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Mother’s Day Market kicks off event season


Mother’s Day Market kicks off event season

The Town of Strasburg’s event season kicks off today with the Mother’s Day Market from 9 am to 1 pm. This is just the first of […]

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winter weather travel

no responses. August 15, 2020 news_three

Strasburg councilman under scrutiny


Strasburg councilman under scrutiny

Strasburg Town Councilman and 6th Congressional District Republican Committee Chairman John Massoud told Strasburg Mayor Brandy Hawkins Boies he did post and then remove a derogatory […]

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International Automotive Components Group

no responses. July 25, 2020 news_three

COVID-19 relief grants available for Shenandoah County small businesses


COVID-19 relief grants available for Shenandoah County small businesses

The Shenandoah County Industrial Development Authority (IDA) and Shenandoah County Economic Development launched a small business COVID-19 recovery assistance grant program. $500,000 has been allocated for […]

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no responses. April 23, 2020 news_two

Strasburg paper mill donates much-needed supplies


Strasburg paper mill donates much-needed supplies

Mercury Paper, a paper mill in Strasburg, is donating over $27,000 worth of supplies to those in need this week. The supplies include toilet paper, facial […]

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no responses. April 22, 2020 news_two

Strasburg trims proposed budget


Strasburg trims proposed budget

The Town of Strasburg has trimmed its proposed budget of $17 million down to $13 million. Businesses being shut down has hit the local economy hard, […]

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Homeownership Program application

no responses. April 17, 2020 News_one

Habitat extends homeownership application deadline


Habitat extends homeownership application deadline

Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity extended the application deadline for its Homeownership Program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Until April 30, the organization will be […]

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no responses. March 24, 2020 News_one

Strasburg works to assist community businesses


Strasburg works to assist community businesses

The Town of Strasburg is working with businesses in town to help navigate through this uncertain time. On the town’s website, there is a special page […]

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no responses. March 20, 2020 News_one

Strasburg makes changes to prevent spread of COVID-19


Strasburg makes changes to prevent spread of COVID-19

Guidance regarding COVID-19 procedures has been changing rapidly and the Town of Strasburg is continuing to make appropriate adjustments. In line with recommendations for state and […]

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