Warren County Fire and Rescue responded to a gas leak at the Commonwealth Senior Living Community in Front Royal on Thursday.

FRONT ROYAL – Bryan Layton has tossed his name into the hat to replace Commonwealth's Attorney Brian Madden, who was recently appointed a judge in the 26th Judicial Circuit Court.

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FRONT ROYAL – Invoices for the canceled Skyline Criminal Justice Academy state that the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority spent $540,269 on the project.

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FRONT ROYAL – Authorities claim a prisoner turned a comb into a knife while incarcerated at the regional jail last week.

FRONT ROYAL – After 15 years on the job, Warren County Treasurer Wanda Bryant recently announced her intentions to retire before her term comes to an end.

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FRONT ROYAL — The town is hoping that the Warren County Board of Building Codes Appeals will hear any appeals regarding the recently passed property maintenance code.

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FRONT ROYAL — A town woman accused of welfare fraud avoided prison time by entering a plea deal Monday.

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FRONT ROYAL — Public safety professionals squared off Saturday in a series of feats of strength competitions during the 4th annual Heroes Challenge.

FRONT ROYAL – County officials are considering the construction of a Fire and Rescue training facility off ESA Lane on John Marshall Highway for an estimated $160,000.

FRONT ROYAL – A Warren County jury on Friday recommended a Front Royal woman serve five years in prison after finding her guilty of stealing from a local veterans group and setting fire to its headquarters.

FRONT ROYAL – The Warren County School Board moved to approve the proposed budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year during their meeting on Wednesday.

FRONT ROYAL - Warren County Fire and Rescue Services hopes to gain 15 new full-time positions through a FEMA grant that would help fulfill the department’s 5-year staffing plan.

FRONT ROYAL - After years of discussion and planning, the Rivermont Volunteer Fire Department will soon have a new $5.6 million home.

FRONT ROYAL — The county must find a way to overcome a $5,584,216 shortfall before an April 16 vote to approve its annual budget.

FRONT ROYAL – After blasting the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority in previous Board of Supervisors meetings, resident Mark Egger berated county officials again Tuesday over their handling of controversies swirling around the agency.

Warren County Sheriff’s Office deputies have charged an Arlington woman following reports of a woman firing a weapon as she rode a horse through a cemetery.

FRONT ROYAL — Jurors considering arson and embezzlement charges against a town woman heard attorneys for both sides Monday give different accounts of how and why a veterans’ group headquarters caught fire in 2015.

FRONT ROYAL – Warren and Frederick county officials are working to resolve a boundary line issue that resulted in citizens paying taxes and voting in the wrong county for decades.

FRONT ROYAL – The Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail superintendent has proposed a base $15.5 million budget for the fiscal year 2020.

FRONT ROYAL – Among items discussed at a Warren County School Board work session this week were the 2020 fiscal year budget and the renovations of A.S. Rhodes Elementary School.

FRONT ROYAL -- A Warren County grand jury handed up indictments against the following people in Circuit Court Monday:

Eight people have died from overdoses in 2019 in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. In less than a week, six reports of overdoses have been reported, and four people have died, according to the Northern Shenandoah Valley Substance Abuse Coalition.

Heavy winds whipped through Shenandoah and Warren County Sunday afternoon and Monday morning, causing widespread power outages and delaying travelers.

A man convicted of giving false information to authorities and forging a public document might face deportation to his native Mongolia.

FRONT ROYAL – The terms of the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority’s longest-standing board members will expire at the end of this month.

FRONT ROYAL – The Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority is still awaiting the audit from its last fiscal year, Interim Executive Director John Anzivino reported at the board’s regular Friday meeting.

FRONT ROYAL – The county recently approved a strategic vision, based on feedback from elected officials and a citizen survey, that maps out future goals and how to achieve them.

FRONT ROYAL - In an ideal world, Superintendent Greg Drescher said during a work session with the Board of Supervisors, the county would increase its contribution to the schools by $2.4 million in the upcoming budget to accommodate “basic needs.”

Residents in Shenandoah and Warren counties should expect winter weather that could impact their drives throughout the day today.

Area residents struggling with opioid and alcohol addictions have a new resource in Front Royal. SaVida Health opened its treatment clinic doors on Jan. 28, offering a holistic approach to healing and dealing with addiction.

FRONT ROYAL – A Warren County judge certified indictments against a man accused of choking a woman and firing a shotgun in a house in late December.

FRONT ROYAL - The advent of online shopping has a developer seeking the rezoning of 100-plus acres behind the Crooked Run Plaza shopping center to allow for mixed uses, including potentially 1,000-plus housing units.

FRONT ROYAL -- The Warren County School Board continued to discuss the findings of the compensation and benefits study during a special work session on Wednesday.

Lineman continued to work throughout the day Wednesday restoring power after freezing rain coated everything in ice, bringing down trees and power lines throughout the area.

FRONT ROYAL – Warren County students have a new way of spreading positive thoughts and attitudes in their schools through a program called Project Positive, which was started by Tina Culbreath, co-founder of the I'm Just Me Movement.

FRONT ROYAL — Scandal at the top of Virginia’s Democratic Party is reverberating down the line, sending shock waves through a local party.