A Stephens City man charged with sexual battery after an incident in a Frederick County vape shop was sentenced to two months in jail on May 23, according to online court information.
MOUNT JACKSON — Many Triplett Tech students, including 11 gold- or silver-medal winners, recently won District X SkillsUSA awards.
There’s nothing like going to a Toys for Tots collection box and finding donated toys to distribute to local families, said Tonja Phillips, regional coordinator with the Clear Brook branch.
The following is a list of highway work that may affect traffic in the region during the coming weeks.
The historic Locust Grove Cemetery in Stephens City now has a paved driveway that will make negotiating the sacred burial site much easier.
STEPHENS CITY — A Stephens City man reportedly fired hundreds of rounds of ammunition during a five-hour standoff with law enforcement before being taken into custody late Wednesday night.
The nose of a Frederick County Sheriff’s Office bloodhound officer came in handy when a 74-year-old Stephens City woman wandered away from home Friday.
Stephens City exceeded its wastewater maximum in August, according to a Frederick Water report.
Four little lambs born in rural Frederick County are now living the good life in the heart of New York City.
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.
STEPHENS CITY — Town Council on Tuesday night unanimously passed a resolution supporting Ukraine and condemning Russia’s invasion of the country.
Local police departments will be reaching out on Tuesday to build community relationships in an attempt to bolster the fight against crime in neighborhoods.
STEPHENS CITY — Frederick County Sheriff's Office deputies who were serving an eviction notice earlier this month at a house on Nightingale Avenue near Stephens City made a horrific, heartbreaking discovery: The elderly man who lived in the home had been dead for months and an adult male who…
Three juveniles were injured in a two-vehicle crash Wednesday morning on Warrior Drive near Stephens City, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.
FRONT ROYAL — A portrait of Judge William Sharp looking stern but fair now hangs in Warren County Circuit Court.
Stephens City residents will be asked in a November referendum whether they support the town taking a $2.46 million loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
FRONT ROYAL – Nancie Williams, born to a Mexican father and American mother in Winchester, went into the Rockingham County Department of Social Services foster care system at age 6 with her sister.
FRONT ROYAL – It was around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday when Herbert Patterson noticed a fire at his neighbor's home.
STEPHENS CITY — Town officials want to reignite conversations with the Virginia Department of Transportation about Stephens City's traffic woes.
Phil "P.M." Fravel, a local historian and curator of the American Military Heritage Museum at 811 Fairfax Pike (Va. 277), Stephens City, will host a special museum presentation and display focused on U.S. military activity over the years.
The state budget passed Wednesday by the General Assembly includes funding for a few projects that will specifically benefit northern Shenandoah Valley residents and visitors.
STEPHENS CITY — It was supposed to be a surprise — one eight months in the making — but it all fell apart at the last minute.
Democratic and Republican candidates for the 6th Congressional District have contrasting views on gun laws following the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas last week.
A local organization that promotes fellowship among veterans will once again offer veterans the chance to jump out of a perfectly good airplane.
STEPHENS CITY — Live music, history tours, fireworks and a parade were among the many activities that drew over 1,500 people to the Newtown Heritage Festival in Stephens City over the weekend.
Pool season is about to start, but staffing issues have been making it tough to fill lifeguard positions with at least one local pool announcing it won't be able to open until June.
STEPHENS CITY — Site work is underway for the West Wynd development in Stephens City, which will add 248 homes to the town.
The Democratic challenger for the 6th Congressional District seat in the November mid-term election will be Waynesboro resident Jennifer Lewis.
A special prosecutor will take over the case involving an area probation officer accused of raping a juvenile.
The deadline to be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the local U.S. House of Representatives seat ahead of a June 11 convention is 5 p.m. today.
STEPHENS CITY — Ralph Combs has always been looking for rocks.
FRONT ROYAL — Jack Francis saw the Black Lives Matter movement gaining national attention during the COVID-19 pandemic.
STEPHENS CITY — The Newtown Heritage Festival is scheduled to return in full form later this month, after two years of setbacks due to COVID-19.
WINCHESTER — Regional Democratic party members held an informational session on Thursday night to discuss the newly drawn legislative districts and introduce a congressional candidate.
STEPHENS CITY — Town residents can offer input on Stephens City’s proposed $1.95 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year during a 6 p.m. May 3 public hearing.
Area senior centers are reopening this spring, and as they welcome existing members, they’re doing so under a new name.
STEPHENS CITY — A boy who allegedly assaulted a fellow student in an Aylor Middle School bathroom and posted an inappropriate image on Snapchat will be charged with misdemeanor assault and unlawful dissemination of an image of another, according to Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland.
WOODSTOCK — All of the judges in the 26th Judicial District have recused themselves in the civil lawsuit challenging the decision by the State Board for Community Colleges to rename five colleges, including Lord Fairfax Community College.
STEPHENS CITY — A project to relocate the Stephens City Town Office from 1033 Locust St. to the former schoolhouse at 5516 Main St. is making some progress.
STEPHENS CITY — Town Council has lifted its COVID-19 masking requirements for those visiting the Town Office at 1033 Locust St.
Free COVID-19 testing events are scheduled for the next three Wednesdays in Front Royal.
STEPHENS CITY — A newly constructed portion of Aylor Road in Frederick County is scheduled to open to traffic Monday afternoon, according a Virginia Department of Transportation news release.
STEPHENS CITY — Town officials are remembering former Stephens City Fire Chief John William Jones I, who passed away Thursday at his home from cancer. He was 57.
Northern Shenandoah Valley residents will now have one voice speaking for them in Congress as the result of new redistricting maps approved by the Supreme Court of Virginia on Tuesday that redraw the boundary lines for the U.S. Congress and both house of the General Assembly.
Between a quarter to a half of Northern Shenandoah Valley residents age 5 and older has not received even one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
More than 600 citations were issued to commercial vehicle drivers along Interstate 81 in Virginia and Interstate 77 into North Carolina last month.
Local libraries are distributing free rapid COVID-19 Antigen At-Home Test Kits.
STEPHENS CITY — A masked gunman robbed the Holiday Inn Express of an undisclosed amount of money early Saturday, according to police.
STEPHENS CITY — Town Council will hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. Dec. 7 to see if residents want the town government to pursue a study about truck traffic issues on Comer Drive.
The landscaping employee who police said was killed Tuesday when he was run over by a runaway truck he was attempting to stop has been identified.