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The following Shenandoah County fire and rescue departments have announced their weekly activity for Nov. 13-19: Shenandoah County Fire & Rescue Cardiac: 1 Chest pain: 2 Difficulty breathing: 2 Fall: 3 General illness: 7 Hypotension: 1 Injured person: 1 Motor vehicle crash ...

Edinburg woman dies in crash

An Edinburg woman died at the scene of a Friday evening crash in Shenandoah County. The crash occurred at 7:35 p.m. Friday on Alum Springs Road, south of Miller Road, according to a Virginia State Police news release issued Sunday evening. Laura J. Perkins, 56, of Edinburg, was driving her ...

Police Blotter: Front Royal

The Front Royal Police Department reported the following incidents: Nov. 6: Joshua Showers, of Front Royal, was issued an arrest warrant by another jurisdiction. Nov. 7: Sophia Jackson, of Front Royal, was arrested on charges of using profane language and/or public intoxication. Nov. 7: ...

Fire & Rescue Report

The following Shenandoah County fire and rescue departments have announced their weekly activity for Nov. 6-12: Shenandoah County Fire & Rescue • Altered mental status: 1 • Assault: 1 • Difficulty breathing: 7 • Fall: 5 • General illness: 7 • Hemorrhage: 1 • Motor ...

Police blotter: Woodstock

The Woodstock Police Department reported the following incidents in October: Oct. 2: Barry Lloyd Moyer, of Woodstock, was arrested on charges of using profane language and/or public intoxication. Oct. 2: Jose Palomares Morales, of Woodstock, was arrested on charges of contempt of court. Oct. ...

Police blotter: Shenandoah County

The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents: Nov. 2: A larceny was reported. Someone removed two business signs on Coal Mine Road, Strasburg. Nov. 2: A breaking and entering was reported. Someone entered a residence causing damage to a door on Walkers Chapel ...

Police Blotter: Front Royal

The Front Royal Police Department reported the following incidents: Oct. 30: Vincent Diggs, of Front Royal, was arrested on charges of domestic assault and battery and probation violation. Oct. 30: Cody Kanavel, of Front Royal, was issued an arrest warrant from another jurisdiction. Oct. 31: ...

Police Blotter: Strasburg

The Strasburg Police Department reported the following incidents during October: Oct. 3: James Roland New, of Front Royal, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled drug. Oct. 3: David Michael Gerhard, of Hedgesville, West Virginia, was arrested on charges of possession of a ...

Police Blotter: Warren County

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents: Oct. 29: Richard Eugene Mays Jr., of Front Royal, was arrested on charges of domestic assault and battery. Oct. 29: Deanthony Lamont Warrick, of Front Royal, was issued a warrant of extradition as a fugitive from ...

Police blotter: Shenandoah County

The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents: Oct. 23: A larceny was reported. Someone removed a wallet containing a driver's license and credit cards from a vehicle on South Hollingsworth Road, Woodstock. Oct. 30: Phillip Mark Bushong, of Fort Valley, was ...

Fire & Rescue Report

The following Shenandoah County fire and rescue departments have announced their weekly activity for Oct. 30-Nov. 5: Shenandoah County Fire & Rescue Altered mental status: 2 Automatic aid: 1 Chest pain: 4 Diabetic: 1 Difficulty breathing: 2 Fall: 6 General illness: 6 Injured ...

Woodstock planning ahead on projects

Woodstock is beginning to look at what necessary capital projects it will need to plan for over the next five years. Staff have begun the annual budgeting process beginning with the capital program update. The town administration recently held a meeting with department heads to begin to ...

Police blotter: Shenandoah County

The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents: Oct. 21: A larceny was reported. Someone removed a pellet rifle from a vehicle on Orkney Grade, Basye. Oct. 22: A breaking and entering was reported. Someone entered a residence causing damage and removed U.S. currency ...

Fire & Rescue Report

The following Shenandoah County fire and rescue departments have announced their weekly activity for Oct. 23-29: Shenandoah County Fire & Rescue Altered mental status: 1 Cardiac: 1 Chest pain: 5 Difficulty breathing: 2 Fall: 6 General illness: 4 Injured person: 1 Medic ...

Police Blotter: Front Royal

The Front Royal Police Department reported the following incidents: Oct. 24: Kyle Dawson, of Front Royal, was arrested on charges of assault and battery and destruction of property. Oct. 24: Christopher Medlock, of Front Royal, was issued an arrest warrant from another jurisdiction. Oct. 24: ...

Police Blotter: Warren County

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents: Oct.8: Kishan Bhargav Rao, of Roanoke, was arrested on charges of failure to stop for police and reckless driving. Oct. 11: Mark Brandon Buchanan, of Winchester, was arrested on charges of sell/give/distribute marijuana ...

Police Blotter: Front Royal

The Front Royal Police Department reported the following incidents: Oct. 16: Joshua Bodge, of Front Royal, was issued an arrest warrant from another jurisdiction. Oct. 17: April Scott, of Front Royal, was arrested on charges of domestic assault and battery. Oct. 18: Anthony Williams, of ...

Police blotter: Shenandoah County

The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents: Oct. 6: A larceny was reported. Someone removed car parts and tools from a business on Mt. Hebron Road, Toms Brook. Oct. 14: A breaking and entering was reported. Someone entered a residence causing damage on Cedar ...

Woodstock parking project moves forward

A downtown parking project in Woodstock is now open to bids as planning continues to move forward. The town will accept bids through Nov. 14, said Lemuel Hancock, urban designer and neighborhood planner for the Town of Woodstock. The downtown parking lot will be about .87 acres, or 38,000 ...

Kids see different ‘Worlds of Work’

WINCHESTER   Thousands of students had their passports punched Wednesday and Thursday to a possible glimpse of their future. This is the third year for Worlds of Work Expo, a two-day career event in which about 3,000 seventh grade students from area schools district preview what could ...