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Seven occupants escaped a house fire in Front Royal on Friday evening.

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In an effort to provide safety services directly to the community, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office is hosting an event at the Front Royal Volunteer Fire Department station today.

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A building that once housed the former Fulling Mill in Mount Jackson burned to the ground Monday evening.

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FRONT ROYAL — A Warren County volunteer firefighter who crashed a fire truck into another vehicle in November was found guilty of improper driving — a reduced charge the attorney for a man hospitalized in the crash called “unfair.”

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Two fires in the southern end of Shenandoah County on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons displaced the residents who lived there and took the lives of several family pets.

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The national social media contest in which K9 Merle Haggard of the Fort Valley Volunteer Fire Department won second place was conducted by Kidde to raise awareness about pet fire safety.

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FRONT ROYAL — No one was injured in a fire contained to a single unit in an apartment building on Cherrydale Avenue on Tuesday afternoon.

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EDINBURG - An iconic Shenandoah County barn in Edinburg burned to the ground Friday after becoming fully engulfed in flames.

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FRONT ROYAL — They’re known as the Batman and Batgirl of Front Royal because they often dress up as those comic book characters to help out at the library or participate in parades.

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The Burger King near the Interstate 81 interchange in Strasburg will be closed for several months after a grease fire early Friday morning.

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STRASBURG — Bill Watson at one point was taking care of about 70 stray cats. People from the neighborhood, he said, would bring them to him, and he would help get them spayed and neutered.

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For some reason, there was smoke in the kitchen Tuesday morning. Mike Schmiedicke and his wife were up, and thought maybe the toaster was shorting.

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Wayne Bock got the call Saturday that his shop, Bock's Garage, was on fire. There was little he could do about it but watch.

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A deal struck this week between Warren County and the Chester Gap Volunteer Fire Department keeps the station staffed.