A suspected explosion from a propane tank leak destroyed a house in Mount Jackson on Sunday evening but no injuries were reported, officials with the Shenandoah County Fire and Rescue Department said Monday.
Police arrested two Front Royal men this week, alleging they set fire to an unoccupied vehicle early Monday morning on Mary’s Shady Lane near Happy Creek Road.
Firefighters took 20 minutes Wednesday evening to control a fire that ended up displacing eight people from two different families in Front Royal.
Front Royal police arrested a local woman Sunday evening, charging her with one count of burning or destroying a home.
Four residents at 261 Bauer Drive in Maurertown were displaced Thursday following an early morning fire.
High winds caused a power line to short and spark a fire that burned a wooded area and destroyed a trailer home Monday, Warren County officials determined.
FRONT ROYAL – A Sunday fire resulted in $220,000 of estimated damages to a High Knob home and rendered it uninhabitable, according to a Warren County Fire and Rescue news release.
A Friday evening house fire in the 8000 of John Marshall Highway in Strasburg displaced a resident and caused an estimated $50,000-$75,000 in damages, according to Shenandoah County Fire Marshal David Ferguson.
A Warren County resident is accused of violating the state’s burn ban on Tuesday after a fire spread from a pile of debris.
FRONT ROYAL – A Front Royal woman accused of setting fire to her apartment will stand trial this year.
Firefighters prevented a hay bale fire near Woodstock on Tuesday from causing more damage.
Authorities in Warren County accuse two juveniles of setting fire to a Dumpster in early January.
A Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office deputy was in the right place at the right time on Sunday, helping to prevent a tragedy when a detached garage went up in flames.
Police arrested a Front Royal man over the weekend, charging him with two counts of arson, one for allegedly burning a building and another for allegedly burning a vehicle.
A Woodstock man suffered injuries in a motor vehicle crash that occurred in Shenandoah County last week.
STEPHENS CITY – Town council members and administrators from Middletown and Stephen City met with Frederick County officials Monday night to discuss continued work on an agreement to consolidate fire and rescue services.
More than 24 hours after fire destroyed a two-story home on Golden Russet Drive in Warren County, firefighters are still battling remnants of the blaze.
WOODSTOCK — The town’s fire chief is stepping down after 45 years of volunteer service with the Fire Department.
FRONT ROYAL—In a reversal of a previous finding, a psychologist determined Fontella Fewell, 74, of Front Royal, is not competent to stand trial, extending an arson case into June of 2020.
As families prepared to sit down around their dinner tables on Thanksgiving, one family in Warren County had to rush out of their home with pets in tow as a chimney fire spread, threatening everyone inside.
Firefighters increased their control over a blaze burning in the George Washington National Forest on Friday.
Firefighters continued Wednesday to battle a blaze covering hundreds of acres in the George Washington National Forest.
The Woodstock Fire Department responded to a fire at an apartment complex on Tuesday.
STRASBURG — Ricci Troxell had to watch family history go up in flames on Monday.
A fire caused significant damage to a Summit Avenue home in Front Royal on Tuesday.
Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue Services responded to a structure fire in Front Royal Sunday afternoon.
STAR TANNERY – A fire, aided by the wind, ripped through a home on Zepp Road on Monday evening while the owners were away.
Emergency responders rescued several people from a Warren County home Tuesday night.
Negotiators with the Warren County Sheriff’s Office helped stop a man from hurting himself near a store Thursday afternoon.
The Woodstock Fire Department plans to install a vehicle exhaust extraction system with a recently awarded $64,761 federal grant.
Shenandoah County Fire and Rescue members responded to a fire in New Market over the weekend, doing their best to salvage a home that went up in flames after the occupant left a candle unattended.
Crews with the Mount Jackson Rescue and Fire Department had to fight a fire at their own station on Saturday
Mercury Paper evacuated its Strasburg plant when a fire started in a building Friday morning.
An investigation into the removal of an oxygen cylinder from the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department in May by its fire chief was recently completed with no action being recommended.
The Warren County Sheriff’s Office arrested a local man on Saturday and charged him with arson after an investigation into a July residential fire that was ruled an act of arson.
A January fire on Royal Lane in Front Royal that killed a woman has been ruled an arson.
A lightning strike caused a house fire in Warren County the morning of July 5, investigators announced Friday.
Firefighters battling a blaze in a Warren County house Friday morning suffered injuries when they fell through the floor, officials said.
The Shenandoah Fire Marshal’s Office has released the name of the 72-year-old man who died last week in a fatal fire at Massanutten Manor in Strasburg.
A 72-year-old Strasburg man died Wednesday as a result of injuries he sustained in an early morning fire that appears to have started as he was smoking while using an oxygen tank, investigators said.
FRONT ROYAL – Cardboard boxes filled with pictures curling from the smoke and water were all that was recovered from a structure fire down the road from the Warren County social services center Wednesday afternoon.
Investigators have ruled the cause of Tuesday’s house fire at 602 Stonewall Drive in Front Royal as arson.
A man was transported to Shenandoah Memorial Hospital on Friday morning after suffering an electric shock at Valley Fertilizer in Mount Jackson, the Shenandoah County Fire Marshal’s Office confirmed Friday evening.
A fire at a home at East Stonewall Drive and Jackson Street in Front Royal on Tuesday caused significant damage, roughly estimated at $100,000, according to Warren County Fire Marshal Gerry Maiatico.
One of New Market’s oldest residential buildings caught fire at 9516 S. Congress St. early Monday morning, causing roughly $95,000 in damages, according to Bill Street, director of operations for Shenandoah County Fire and Rescue.
The Shenandoah County Fire Marshal’s Office continues to investigate a recent Toms Brook fire that has been ruled an arson.
The investigation into the arson fire at a Tom’s Brook home continues, and investigators are asking for help.
Tuesday’s fire in Tom’s Brook has been ruled an arson, and a reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to a conviction.
TOMS BROOK – Shenandoah County authorities say someone likely set fire to a home that forced out four people Tuesday.