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FRONT ROYAL -- Wanda Fox Bryant still has the sugar bowl her mother carried with her when forced to abandon her family home in the 1941. One of 465 families displaced for the construction of Shenandoah National Park, the Foxes of Warren County still honor their past in the Blue Ridge.
Devon Davis, a Strasburg Volunteer firefighter, walks outside the scene of this crash on southbound Interstate 81 near Cedar Creek on Wednesday afternoon. A truck carrying a travel trailer overturned on its side, blocking both lanes of traffic and closing the interstate for over an hour. Rich Cooley/Daily
Sword specialist Richard W. Hoover plans a pointed lesson at the Warren Heritage Society this evening. Then next week, a yearlong exhibit called "The Year of the Burning," about the valley campaigns of 1864, kicks off with an evening reception. Both events are at 7 p.m.
WINCHESTER -- Frances might not be caught up on Game of Thrones yet, but she's the perfect binge watching partner.
A story in Wednesday's paper about the Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce award winners misidentified the name of Mountain Laurel Montessori School as Mount Laurel Montessori School.
WOODSTOCK -- The teacher lobby outweighed tax-hike opponents at a public hearing held Tuesday by Shenandoah County leaders.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County Board of Supervisors approved the 2015 fiscal year budget at its meeting Tuesday night.
STRASBURG -- Strasburg leaders may exempt the town from its own development rules.
A town resident was sentenced Tuesday to a total of two years in prison on charges stemming from what the prosecutor called a brawl with his ex-girlfriend and two of her family members.
WOODSTOCK -- U.S. 11 isn't just for bargain hunters anymore.
WINCHESTER -- When Paula Johnson of Front Royal started working at Harmony Place as a night manager, she was paid $10 a night.
A Front Royal fire Monday evening resulted in at least $25,000 worth of damage, according to Warren County Fire and Rescue Services Chief Richard Mabie.
WOODSTOCK -- An Edinburg man was ordered held without bail Tuesday as he faces a felony charge of armed burglary and several misdemeanor counts stemming from what authorities say was his ex-girlfriend's fear that he would harm her.
FRONT ROYAL -- The competition's fierce, but someone's gotta win.
STRASBURG -- Jimmy Pullman was a drug addict who ran up an extensive criminal record in Warren, Frederick and other counties in the area before he found a way to recovery.
The fire that destroyed the historic Alms House remained under investigation Monday with the cause still undetermined.
WOODSTOCK -- Kaia Frana, 13, and Becky Immanuel, 13, put down the heavy bucket they've been carrying to a tree.
The Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter continues to help the community, despite the fact that it's now homeless after a fire destroyed the historic Alms House on Sunday.
In the grim war against heroin overdoses, the drug Narcan has stood out as a beacon of life-saving hope.
WOODSTOCK -- The latest apartment being built in Woodstock has prime access to the town's high school.
Colombus Tutt, Jr, 80, of Luray, brought his work outside the upholstery shop at Edinburg Motors on a recent spring afternoon. Tutt, who was working on the bench seat of a pickup truck, has been doing upholstery work for 44 years and works 35 hours a week. Rich Cooley/Daily
MAURERTOWN -- A fire destroyed Shenandoah County's historic Alms House at the County Farm early Sunday morning.
MAURERTOWN -- Shenandoah County lost "a jewel" Sunday when a fire destroyed its historic Alms House at the County Farm.
Over the past several years, Lynn Gray, vice president of patient and family support services with Blue Ridge Hospice, has been trying to give people more control over their lives.
A fire damaged a home in New Market on Sunday afternoon.