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WINCHESTER -- The justice system failed Charceil D. Kellam and unjustly sent her to serve life plus 30 years in prison for minor drug crimes, according to the woman's supporters.
EDINBURG -- Jason Long appeared to have a passion for the air as much as the ground.
FRONT ROYAL -- A community organization will help build a proposed dog park in the county's newest public park.
FRONT ROYAL -- Five people were hospitalized on New Year's Eve after a blue, 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser flipped three times on U.S. 340-522 north of town, state police said.
FRONT ROYAL -- The first baby born in the new decade at Warren Memorial Hospital shares the name of his father.
WOODSTOCK -- Search warrants have been executed in the last two weeks to obtain fingerprints of three men in connection with the suspected theft of items from the Toms Brook Post Office in August, according to Shenandoah County Circuit Court records.
WINCHESTER -- More people want to start businesses in Frederick County, even as commercial revenue continues to fall.
FRONT ROYAL -- As was the case at the end of last year, the Warren County Board of Supervisors was presented recently with audit results that indicate the county is in good financial standing.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County Sheriff's Office experienced a good year in 2010, according to Sheriff Daniel T. McEathron, who is looking for more of the same in 2011.
WINCHESTER -- A divided City Council narrowly backed a proposal that could allow anyone open a hookah bar in Winchester.
NEW MARKET -- A resident of the Blue Ridge Inn is accused of stabbing a neighbor following a dispute regarding a drug transaction.
FRONT ROYAL -- With some significant things accomplished during his first six months in office, Mayor Timothy W. Darr says the Town Council is looking ahead to 2011 with positive plans.
STRASBURG -- A town woman was taken to Winchester Medical Center following a crash Tuesday afternoon on North Massanutten Street.
FRONT ROYAL -- A fire early Tuesday morning caused extensive damage to an unoccupied home in the Limeton area of Warren County.
FRONT ROYAL -- The town of Front Royal will hold an informational meeting on proposed water and wastewater utility rates in January.
WOODSTOCK -- Police Chief Bryan Hutcheson will host his second neighborhood watch meeting in January.
WOODSTOCK -- A New Market couple played with fire but didn't get burned by having to spend any time behind bars for doing so.
WINCHESTER -- A Washington, D.C., man held his fiancee captive after assaulting her and another woman in Stephens City before fleeing to Warren County on Christmas Eve, authorities said Monday.
WINCHESTER -- The following is a list of closings in the Northern Shenandoah Valley in observance of New Year's Day:
FRONT ROYAL -- Despite Warren County School Board approval, an area business cannot relocate to a school building because of town zoning regulations.
STRASBURG -- A small portion of Strasburg will be tended by a resident and a few of her four-legged stewards of the land after a memorandum of agreement was approved by the Town Council recently.
BERRYVILLE -- Clarke County residents can expect changes at a major intersection near the new high school by 2012.
It feels like Christmas here at The Northern Virginia Daily, and not just for the obvious reasons.
GORE -- A fire that destroyed a Frederick County home Wednesday, and left the resident homeless, remains under investigation.
GORE -- A rural Frederick County home was destroyed by fire Wednesday night.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County Planning Commission has endorsed a woman's request to operate a bed and breakfast establishment.
FRONT ROYAL -- The interim director of a local conservation network says that Warren County only needs to look at its neighbor, Shenandoah County, to see that urban development areas are a good idea.
HARRISONBURG -- A Winchester man recently convicted of running a check-fraud ring in the area in 2009 pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to a federal conspiracy charge, according to court documents.
WINCHESTER -- A Frederick County woman retreated to a bathroom Tuesday afternoon and called 911 after a man broke into her home with a crowbar, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.
FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County Middle School has requested a new custodial position for the building.
The following is a list of closings in the Northern Shenandoah Valley in observance of Christmas:
FRONT ROYAL -- A White Post man who authorities said stole firearms from a relative's home in March, and later threatened to burn down the residence after he broke into it, must serve two months in jail after pleading guilty Tuesday morning to a larceny charge stemming from the incidents.
WOODSTOCK -- A Mt. Jackson man recently charged with incest was released from incarceration only about a month before the sex crimes are thought to have first surfaced, according to Shenandoah County Circuit Court records.
FRONT ROYAL -- A plea agreement could be entered next month for a local man accused of committing or attempting numerous burglaries and stealing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry earlier this year.
WINCHESTER -- State police charged a city man with three crimes Saturday afternoon after he got into a dispute in his car on Interstate 81, walked down the highway and assaulted a driver.
WINCHESTER -- That last-ditch effort to find the perfect gift at the perfect price is a holiday tradition with a few days left to celebrate.
WINCHESTER -- Historic Jordan Springs may have to stop hosting weddings and other events if a judge finds the center violated conditions of its zoning.
FRONT ROYAL -- A tree might be planted on the grounds of each of the county's two high schools to commemorate the anniversary of Warren County's founding.
With just a couple of weeks left before the new year, one might think the politicians down at the other end of Interstate 66 had run out of ways to look foolish in 2010.
NEW MARKET -- The town should be out of the wastewater treatment business by the start of the new year even though its North Fork force main and pump station project is a few weeks from being finished, Town Manager Evan Vass said.