The Shenandoah County Library is asking for the public’s help with a major local history project. It is in the process of adding thousands of photos from the county to an online collection and needs help identifying some of the people in them.
“We just had to make a decision based on business and profit and loss and just decided we wouldn’t be able to financially afford to continue to play in New Market,” said Lisa Jones-Hart, President of the Shockers.
People in New Market have a new way to lend a hand to those in need. The owners of the Teeny Tiny Home Airbnb on South Congress Street in downtown New Market have set up a free little pantry in front of the home.
The proposed change would bring just over 175 acres of property to the southwest of Elkton into the town’s limits. The extension would encompass around 53 residential properties and 10 commercial properties.
On Monday night the Page County Board of Supervisors will hold a joint meeting with the county’s Economic Development Authority to discuss the possibility of bringing a meat processing facility to Page County.