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In a night that included proposed policy revisions about parental review of instructional materials, school board members punted a decision on one Language Arts textbook.

It was a packed crowd at Monday night’s marathon school board meeting as community members, parents, teachers and former students spoke agains…

Important local historical records related to the creation of Shenandoah National Park are now available online thanks to a joint project of the Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) and James Madison University (JMU).

The Madison County Farmers’ Market opens for the 2022 season on May 7. The market will be held weekly at Hoover Ridge Park and this year shoppers will have a choice of online orders or onsite sales.

Madison County could soon be home to another glamping venture.

The Madison County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the county’s proposed fiscal year 2023 budget last week.

The Madison County Parks and Recreation Authority is hosting the annual Wool & Wine Festival Saturday, April 23. This will be the fifth spring that visitors to Hoover Ridge Park can come sample local wines, listen to live music and browse merchandise from local artisans and businesses. The event, which has previously been held in conjunction with the Blue Ridge Sheepdog Trials, will be a standalone one as the trials have been cancelled this year. The outdoor event runs from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Next week, Madison County residents will have an opportunity to share feedback on VDOT’s Secondary Six-Year Plan (SSYP) for the county’s roads.

Only one person spoke during a public hearing regarding the county’s proposed fiscal year 2023 budget.

A slaughterhouse has been approved in Madison County.

Improving access to services is one key goal of Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services (RRCS) and the S.E.E. Recovery Center is helping the agency do just that.

More than 10 years ago Ivy Corbin decided the story of her family and childhood needed to be preserved. Corbin started writing memories of her childhood in 2011 when she was taking her mother to dialysis appointments. She finally finished up writing her memoir last fall and the newly published book is now available for sale on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble.

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