Everyone who qualifies for the COVID-19 vaccine through Virginia’s Phase 1b can now make an appointment to receive a vaccine.
A West Virginia man died from injuries sustained early Friday morning while helping with the cleanup of a train derailment at the Riverton Junction.
A Front Royal man has been arrested on an arson charge following an incident that occurred at around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Shenandoah County’s Planning Commission on Thursday night backed a special-use permit request that would allow the construction and operation of a pair of short-term rental cabins off Route 11 south of Strasburg.
LURAY — When Nick Winum was in the Virginia State Police academy roughly 15 years ago, he gave a presentation on what it’s like to be a father.
Brenda Rosenberry’s daughter is a nurse who works nights and was at her mom’s house on East 19th St. in Front Royal on Thursday when a Norfolk Southern train derailed just a few hundred feet away.
Warren County Public Schools students will need to make up snow days in April and June.
A child in the Central Virginia Region has died from complications of a chronic health condition and COVID-19, the Virginia Department of Health announced Thursday.
Warren County Public Schools lost a bus stop after the Board of Supervisors stopped a developer from building a Sheetz in Linden.
A real-estate tax abatement for the recently approved affordable housing project will be voted on at Tuesday’s Strasburg Town Council meeting.
MOUNT JACKSON – With a little inspiration from his students, Jonathan Middleton decided to write a book. A little less than a year after he started it, his paperback book “Adulthood: The hardest test you will ever take” is available on Amazon and Kindle.
Winchester resident Edward E. Hemenway II confessed to federal authorities that he was inside the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 attempted coup and said he and his cousin got a handshake from a Capitol police officer.
WINCHESTER — The two-hour and 22-minute wait between Franklin Randolph Bryson Jr. arriving at Winchester Medical Center and being admitted to the emergency department contributed to his death, according to a $3 million wrongful death lawsuit.
Death rates soared around Virginia on Wednesday, bringing 283 new statewide deaths and 19 local deaths.
Three Maryland residents found with about $15,000 worth of fentanyl were arrested by the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force this week.
The Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority seeks $62.3 million in damages in a lawsuit against Jennifer McDonald, its former executive director.
Bringing an urban archery program to Strasburg as well as incentives for businesses and a Tree City USA designation were discussed during a recent meeting of two Town Council committees.
Woodstock’s Town Council approved on Tuesday night an off-street parking reduction request for the property located at 107 N. Commerce St., aiding a project that aims to adaptively reuse the site for a restaurant, retail area and assembly hall.
Shenandoah County Public Schools Superintendent Mark Johnston said during a School Board budget work session and public hearing Tuesday that the division may have to make a change in the proposed salary increases for teachers.
The Shenandoah County School Board on Tuesday at a special called meeting approved the hiring of the firm Real Synergy LLC to help in the search for a new Shenandoah County Public Schools superintendent.
Before the clock struck noon Monday, members of the Virginia General Assembly were packing up their things following the adjournment of the 2021 regular session and special session.
The Warren County Courthouse was closed Tuesday because of a sewage issue.
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Shelves are stocked with cartons of fresh milk, eggs and crates of canned goods at the ready. The doors are open, swung wide to reveal bags and boxes just past the threshold. Yet no one comes.
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available starting Friday, for the first time offering area residents a single-dose option to combat COVID-19.
A federal grant could help Warren County boost the ranks of its paid emergency responders.
NEW MARKET – New Market Town Manager Todd Walters presented to the Planning Commission on Monday night his proposed capital improvement plan for the town over the next five years, which includes just over $4.5 million in projects in fiscal year 2022 and just over $1.8 million in 2023 as the …
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A few ordinances being updated and the town’s development growth were discussion topics at a recent Strasburg Planning Commission meeting.
The Town of Strasburg is moving forward with procuring new playground swings for the town park as part of six items to be worked on this year from the town’s Master Parks Plan.
Front Royal Town Manager Steven Hicks takes on the added role of leading the new economic development authority this month.
The petition seeking to reverse the Shenandoah County School Board’s decision to rename two schools was dismissed Monday morning.
The Mount Jackson Planning Commission on Monday unanimously approved the town staff to look into making text amendments to the zoning ordinance where it relates to signs.
WINCHESTER — Area residents were given the opportunity to learn about what makes a great leader and what leadership looks like on a local level during a virtual leadership event Friday.
After the death of Stanley police officer Dominic “Nick” Winum in the line of duty on Friday, area emergency responders took to social media to pay tribute.
Organizers of a farm equipment museum planned at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds seek to honor the county’s history while attracting new interest in agriculture.
Warren County Public Schools students need to attend more classes to make up for time lost because of snow days.
A 40-year-old man is wanted by the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.
Deaths related to the COVID-19 pandemic reached a new high in the valley on Monday as the Lord Fairfax Health District added 12 deaths, surpassing Friday’s single-day high of 11.
The following public meetings are scheduled:
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Shenandoah County Circuit Court has begun to schedule cases that have been expected to go trial.
Warren County High School senior Alexa Gilbert says she plans to study communications in college and go into politics.