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Northern Virginia Daily reporter Kim Walter snapped this amazing photo after Thursday's storm. She was on her way from Front Royal to Berryville when this view prompted her to stop and capture it.
RSW jail board tours construction site
FRONT ROYAL - Stark cinder block walls, dark cells and exposed pipes in the roof show the area's next regional jail under construction.
Leadership among top things learned at military academies
This Saturday at 10 a.m., two local military academies will graduate their small, but successful, classes of 2013.
Defendant contests charges after videotaping police while armed
Andrew Charles Studds insists he wasn't doing anything wrong when he videotaped Front Royal police while carrying a holstered gun on his right hip as they conducted traffic stops a few weeks ago.
Schools team up to fight cancer
Area schools are coming together to raise awareness and funds for a variety of types of cancer this Saturday.
New trial ordered in kennel owner's defamation lawsuit
A defamation lawsuit once decided in favor of Frederick County kennel owner Russell Lee Ebersole has been resurrected.
The Northern Virginia Daily office at 152 N. Holliday St., Strasburg, will be closed on Monday due to the Memorial Day holiday. Our office will be open at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Forecaster furloughs a concern for Wolf
A letter from U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Vienna, to a top administrator at the Department of Commerce signals growing concern about planned furloughs of meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Sterling and elsewhere.
Warren County raises taxes, fees to balance budget
FRONT ROYAL -- Owners of vehicles, dogs and businesses in Warren County will see license fees and taxes go up over the next several months.
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