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MIDDLETOWN – On Monday, astronomy hobbyists and professionals gathered to stare at the sun.

MIDDLETOWN - Town Council members on Tuesday approved the appointment of Jessica Carper to the Board of Zoning Appeals.

Members of the Middletown Police Department will wear a pink police patch on their uniform this month as part of their participation in the Pink Patch Project to raise awareness of breast cancer awareness.

Lord Fairfax Community College has entered into a transfer agreement with Radford University that allows local students pursuing a career in chemistry to transfer without losing credits.

MIDDLETOWN – Town officials recognized a local business Monday night at the Town Council meeting.

FRONT ROYAL – The Town Council during a Monday work session continued discussions of installing a nearly $12 million back-up water line that would stretch to the 522 corridor.

MIDDLETOWN - The Town Council on Monday approved the next section of The Village of Middletown subdivision.

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MIDDLETOWN — Soul food is deeply representative of the history of black food culture, but hasn’t always been easy to define, said Amy Tillerson-Brown, a professor at Mary Baldwin University.

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MIDDLETOWN — About 115 enthusiastic puzzle-solvers flocked to Lord Fairfax Community College Saturday for the third annual World Cube Association Rally in the Valley.

Middletown’s Police Department recorded more offenses in 2018 than the year before, according to the Virginia State Police’s annual crime analysis report.

MIDDLETOWN – Mayor Charles Harbaugh has announced that members of the Daulton family have been named honorary marshals of the town’s Fourth of July parade.

MIDDLETOWN – In a special meeting Tuesday evening, the Town Council unanimously approved a $2.89 million 2020 fiscal year budget that includes a real estate tax increase.

MIDDLETOWN – The Town Council on Monday held first and second readings on an ordinance authorizing changes to regulations regarding bed and breakfasts, home occupations, travel trailers, accessory buildings and family day homes.

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FRONT ROYAL – Never use the word “just” to describe any part of your life, featured speaker Olivia Henderson told fellow graduates at Saturday’s commencement ceremony for Lord Fairfax Community College.

MIDDLETOWN — Members from the town’s several committees heard about additional changes to zoning codes at a Monday night work session.

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MIDDLETOWN - A year into her role as president of Lord Fairfax Community College, Kim Blosser was inaugurated Friday as the school's fifth president.

MIDDLETOWN — Town Council members unanimously decided Monday to seek proposals for engineering designs for a replacement wastewater treatment plant that will cost about $4.8 million.

MIDDLETOWN – Belle Grove Plantation will open its new welcome center to the public on Saturday.

MIDDLETOWN - Town officials Tuesday announced they have hired two new employees.

MIDDLETOWN - Town officials Tuesday announced they have hired two new employees.

Gov. Ralph Northam Thursday announced amendments to Senate Bill 1716 and House Bill 2718, legislation that would provide $151 million in dedicated funding for the Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Plan.

MIDDLETOWN – Town Council members at a Monday night special session unanimously approved a motion they hope resolves a civil lawsuit filed by the developer of The Village of Middletown subdivision.

MIDDLETOWN – The communities of Middletown and Stephens City, in a joint public safety hearing held Monday night, asked their town attorney J. David Griffin to draft a resolution for the respective town councils asking for a slower pace in debating whether to adopt proposed changes  in the c…

MIDDLETOWN – Fire Chief Mark Dalton told Town Council members this week that Frederick County’s fire chief could become the leader of the county's 11 volunteer fire departments.

MIDDLETOWN – The town’s Public Works Department has come up with repairs to a component of its wastewater treatment plant that could give town officials more time to explore options.

A virtual exchange program at Lord Fairfax Community College hosted a visit Monday from the assistant secretary of state for educational and cultural affairs.