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FRONT ROYAL -- Two Christmas tree farmers in Warren County are getting ready to hang up the hacksaws.
FRONT ROYAL - Warren County's first land auction for unpaid taxes in several years brought in less than $70,000 on Thursday.
New software doesn't come cheap, as some Warren County agencies have learned in recent months.
Warren County leaders delayed action on an asphalt plant permit over questions of covering the cost for a future traffic signal.
At Signal Knob Middle School Wednesday night, teachers, parents, students and community members are invited to join together for the first meeting of the Peace Council, an initiative to embrace peace through simple conversations, community service and peace-building workshops.
The Warren County School Board approved a $50,000 endowment, which will be used to fund an annual scholarship at Warren County High School, at a board meeting Thursday night.
A merger of two volunteer fire companies in Warren County seems likely.
Warren County plans to cut back on staffing the Shenandoah Farms Volunteer Fire Department while it pushes recruitment.
Everyone said he was crazy when Principal Alan Fox suggested Warren County Middle School offer a musical this fall.
Former Warren County Sheriff Gary Turner Keyser, remembered by colleagues as one of the last of the old-time small town sheriffs, died Saturday at Blue Ridge Hospice Inpatient Care Center in Winchester.
FRONT ROYAL-- The Martin's grocery store in Front Royal opened its new community room on Wednesday.
A proposed rezoning in the town's Leach Run area could bring the community its first large-scale planned neighborhood.
FRONT ROYAL --A local woman was indicted Monday on charges that she committed sexual acts with an 11-year-old boy in June.
FRONT ROYAL -- A community organization will help build a proposed dog park in the county's newest public park.
FRONT ROYAL -- The first baby born in the new decade at Warren Memorial Hospital shares the name of his father.
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.
FRONT ROYAL -- A fire early Tuesday morning caused extensive damage to an unoccupied home in the Limeton area of Warren County.
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.
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.
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.
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.
FRONT ROYAL -- Several local officials have added their voices to those expressing misgivings about designating urban development areas in the community.
FRONT ROYAL -- Snow blanketed the Northern Shenandoah Valley Thursday, canceling school and causing several traffic crashes, including a pileup on Interstate 81 near Edinburg.
FRONT ROYAL -- The staff has begun moving into Warren County's new community center, officials said.
FRONT ROYAL -- After hearing that the Department of Fire and Rescue has possibly lost out on tens of thousands of dollars due to missing incident reports, the Warren County Board of Supervisors has approved the purchase of new data reporting software for the agency to help employees keep better track of activities for billing purposes.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County School Board on Thursday approved the addition of a Title I teaching position at one elementary school.
FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County Public Schools officials hope expanding the system's advanced-placement course offerings will improve the overall quality of the curriculum.
FRONT ROYAL -- Several residents' concerns about traffic and transient guests prompted the Warren County Planning Commission to delay action Wednesday night on a request from two local residents to operate a spiritual retreat center.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County Sheriff's Office is joining a nationwide effort geared toward collecting discarded cell phones and restoring them for use by the elderly or others who need to dial 911 in a pinch.
FRONT ROYAL -- Area libraries are joining together to increase the availability of e-books and audio books available for download online.
FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County's general reassessment process is almost finished, officials said.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County Planning Commission has again delayed action on a rezoning proposal from town and county officials seeking to preserve land containing remains of the historic Robert McKay Jr. house and make the rest of the property eligible for commercial development.
FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County officials are taking applications from residents interested in filling two available seats on the Department of Social Services' advisory board.
FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved the purchase of modern equipment that officials say will help operations at the county's new public safety building run more efficiently.