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Rural historic district proposed in Warren County
Warren County could reap benefits from an historic district in the Rockland area, local historians say.
A frightful sight
Rick Dutrow of Stephens City leads a group of several dozen zombies across Commerce Avenue in Front Royal Friday evening during the 2nd Annual Zombie Parade sponsored by the Lucky Star Lounge in Front Royal. Participants paraded from Bing Crosby Stadium to the gazebo on East Main Street. Participants were asked to make a donation to either The Humane Society of Warren County, C-CAP, or Music and Memory. Rich Cooley/Daily
Judge rejects 3 claims in exorcism sex abuse lawsuit
Warren County Circuit Court Judge Dennis L. Hupp has dismissed three of four claims of legal wrongdoing against a Front Royal-based international Catholic organization in a lawsuit involving accusations of sexual molestation by a priest while performing exorcisms.
Recycling Central combines students, community in effort
A new recycling center in Woodstock will encourage a partnership between area high school students and community members.
Aldi considers opening another store in area
Discount supermarket chain Aldi took the first step this week toward opening a store in the Riverton Commons Shopping Center in Warren County.
Holtzman Oil to buy area company
Holtzman Oil Corporation owner Bill Holtzman said this week that he will be increasing the size and range of his company at the beginning of 2015 with the purchase of Cline Energy of Harrisonburg.
Eagle Financial Services Inc., the holding company for Bank of Clarke County in Berryville, declared a regular cash dividend on Oct. 15 of 20 cents per common share. The total dividend for 2014 is 77 cents per share.
Man sentenced for dual heroin deaths
A Stephens City man died from a heroin overdose on Aug. 16, 2013 after Tyler Christian Clements sold the drug to him the night before.
Surviving the Holocaust
FRONT ROYAL-- When Maurertown resident Mark Strauss was 11 years old, German soldiers rolled into his town of Lvov, Poland, on tanks, motorcycles, bicycles and trucks, commencing a reign of terror and mass slaughter on the town's 100,000 Jews.
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Letter to the Editor: Fundamentalist gobble-de gook
With all due respect to Pastor Pastor Harold Wetzel, his response to my comments in the Northern Virginia Daily regarding homosexuality are nothing more than fundamentalist gobble-de gook quoting the Bible when it suits him and ignoring it when it doesn't. With that in mind, allow me to do the same.
Letter to the Editor: Elections have consequences!
Elections have consequences! We have learned this sad fact during the past six years of the Obama administration. We have seen one scandal after another -- Fast and Furious, Benghazi, IRS, Veterans Administration, the Southern border problem, Secret Service, ISIS, Ebola, Obamacare and more - and none of them have been addressed by this administration. We have a president who refuses to take responsibility for anything. It is always someone else's fault. The corruption and deceit in this administration is mind boggling!