Warren County

Ressie staff, parents voice concerns for repairs

October 9, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – As the Warren County School Board prepares for the new Warren County Middle School groundbreaking ceremony next week, many are reminding them of the pressing repairs needed in current facilities.

Comcast expanding to Reliance Road

October 6, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Comcast Corporation will be expanding it cable opportunities for residents living off of Reliance Road, County Administrator Doug Stanley announced on Tuesday.

Counties prepping for strong weather

October 2, 2015

Area counties are preparing for the worst as a nor’easter heads toward the region and Hurricane Joaquin makes its way toward landfall.

Graduation rates at area schools up

October 1, 2015

Virginia schools have passed the 90 percent threshold for high school students graduating on time, according to a Virginia Department of Education press release.

State, valley brace for Hurricane Joaquin

Lewis McDonald, chief engineer for the Strasburg Fire Department, directs  water from the basement of this Charles Street home that flooded on Wednesday afternoon.   Heavy rain is on the way, forecasters say. Rich Cooley/Daily

October 1, 2015

As Hurricane Joaquin creeps closer to the East Coast, residents, organizations and agencies throughout the commonwealth and the Northern Shenandoah Valley are bracing for the impacts from likely heavy rains and wind.

Parkway project contract awarded

September 25, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – After months and years of planning, the town of Front Royal and County of Warren appear set to begin work on Leach Run Parkway project.

CBM Mortgage purchases site in Royal Phoenix

September 25, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Front Royal-based mortgage firm CBM Mortgage has purchased a 3-acre plot of land within the Royal Phoenix Redevelopment for $201,000 for a new office building.

School staff work to surpass accreditation standards

September 24, 2015

After more students passed reading and math SOL tests at Ressie Jefferies Elementary School, staff will be continuing training efforts to bring student performance above accreditation standards as part of the school’s three-year improvement plan.