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The Warren County School Board on Wednesday approved its revised $69,892,943 Fiscal Year 2023 operating budget and authorized Superintendent Chris Ballenger to request that the Board of Supervisors appropriate additional funds to the school transportation fund and the capital improvement fund.

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Matthew Joseph Embrey, 37, of Hunt Road, Front Royal, stands charged in Warren County General District Court with felony eluding law enforcement, possession of a firearm by a non-violent felon, possession of ammunition, abduction and reckless handling of a firearm.

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Warren County Public Schools’ SOL test scores improved from the 2020-21 school year to the 2021-22 year, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement as the division contends with pandemic-related difficulties.

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FRONT ROYAL — The Warren County School Board will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the School Board office conference room to discuss with the board’s attorney the bid opening for the Leslie Fox Keyser Elementary School renovations project.

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WOODSTOCK — Commonwealth's attorneys offices statewide are experiencing staffing shortages, but the Shenandoah County Commonwealth's Attorney Office is having a particularly hard time. The office has just two employees.

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To help families save money and encourage more people to check out materials, the Handley Regional Library System will no longer charge overdue fines for children’s books, movies and music that are returned late.

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FRONT ROYAL — On Wednesday night at the Warren County Fair, semi-professional cornhole player R.C. “Soup” Campbell made his predictions for who would win the second night of the Helltown Baggers’ cornhole tournament — and he was right.

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FRONT ROYAL — A Front Royal man was sentenced Friday as part of a plea agreement in Warren County Circuit Court for several charges, including stealing more than $15,000.

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FRONT ROYAL — A civil jury on Thursday ruled that a businessman who failed to build a facility and create hundreds of jobs as promised owes the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority almost $12 million in damages.

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COVID-19 cases have been slowly rising since early April, and higher jumps in case counts have been counted during the last week.