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A former owner of the Strasburg Home Theater has pleaded guilty in Fauquier County to obtaining money by false pretenses in a scheme connected to his efforts to buy the theater.
Donna Fiddler of Bunker Hill, West Virginia, passes the time reading a book outside her and her husband's produce stand off South Royal Avenue in Front Royal on a summer afternoon. Rich Cooley/Daily
FRONT ROYAL - Warren County leaders put a batch of tourist-rental permit requests on hold Tuesday after one drew fire from neighbors.
FRONT ROYAL -- Jozie Palmer seems like any other happy 5-year-old girl. She plays with her younger brother Scott Jr., or S.J. for short; she loves Walt Disney's "Frozen" and "Tangled," and she's preparing to start kindergarten this fall.
Area children showing livestock at the Shenandoah County Fair might be young but they bring years of experience to help them lock horns with the competition.
STRASBURG -- Each August, the Shenandoah County Fair receives hundreds of entries for judging, ranging from baked goods and vegetables to craft projects and photography.
At an age when most teens are learning how to hold the steering wheel, Guy Gochenour was hauling thousands of pounds on his tractor.
Valley Health System announced Tuesday that it would sell the property that previously housed Winchester Medical Center in downtown Winchester.
FRONT ROYAL - The debate over fortunetelling in Front Royal continued Monday as town leaders discussed regulating the practice.
WINCHESTER -- College freshmen who moved into residence halls at Shenandoah University during Tuesday's Move-in Day breezed through their first big steps on campus. Helped by about 300 volunteers, new students and their parents unpacked cars within minutes, allowing for a long line of other cars to quickly take their place alongside greetings of "welcome home."
Shenandoah National Park will follow the lead of many other national parks throughout the country and implement an artist-in-residence program this year.
NEW MARKET -- A total of $5,000 has been allocated through facade enhancement grants to beautify the town's historic district.
Clay Roop, a carpenter for Kanawha Stone Co. Inc. of Nitro, W.Va., builds forms for the jersey walls of the new bridge under construction on Indian Hollow Road across the South Fork of the Shenandoah River near Bentonville. The $4.4 million bridge is scheduled to be completed in mid-October. Rich Cooley/Daily
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WINCHESTER -- John Foust, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 10th District, spent about an hour Monday fielding questions on topics ranging from immigration to U.S. foreign policy and economic development.
WINCHESTER -- Twins Madison and Damon were a little nervous on their first day of kindergarten Monday, but their father Stephen Moore said he was probably even more nervous than they were.
Heavy vehicles can no longer cross a low-water bridge in Shenandoah County until the state builds a new crossing.
Strasburg police executed a search warrant Aug. 7 at a residence identified in court documents as the scene of five police or emergency rescue squad dispatches involving drug or bath salts use in the last year.
The Warren County School Board hopes to break ground on construction of a new middle school by next March or April.
A new, canoe-themed welcome signs greets Warren County visitors as they drive into Linden.
Two people were flown by helicopter to Winchester Medical Center after a two-vehicle crash on Freezeland Road near Linden late Saturday morning.
A story appearing on Aug. 15 about suspected fraud at a financial services firm in Woodstock should have identified Kimberly Estep as executor of the estate of her father, Lawrence J. Mandala. The story also should have identified Carolyn Abbott as another investor suing to recover money from the firm.
FRONT ROYAL -- No decision a police officer makes is fraught with more life and death consequences than the moment when he must choose to fire or not fire a gun aimed at a suspect.
A petition signed by "at least 95 percent" of Toms Brook's residents aims to prevent the historic yellow house on Main Street from being demolished.
The Volunteer Farm in Woodstock is asking local residents and organizations to help harvest what they call a "bountiful crop" over the next few weeks.