The public still must wait to see the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority’s audits from the end of former Executive Director Jennifer McDonald’s tenure.
FRONT ROYAL — Easton Avery was already a fan of law enforcement officers, but his admiration grew stronger after this week's Warren County Sheriff's Office Fun Day.
The Front Royal Police Department is investigating an incident of shots being fired, and the Warren County Sheriff's Office is seeking information about two recent shootings at animals.
A judge ordered on Tuesday that the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority can recover $9 million from its former Executive Director Jennifer McDonald.
The Warren County Board of Supervisors gave the green light on Tuesday for a large storage facility to open in the U.S. 340-522 corridor.
The Warren County School Board picked Melanie Salins to fill a seat left open by a member’s recent resignation.
Educator Antoinette D. Funk is seeking election to the School Board's Happy Creek Magisterial District seat.
Warren County Public Schools continues to move forward on multi-million dollar projects to improve air quality in two facilities.
The Warren County Planning Commission delayed action on Wednesday on a requested permit to run the Countryman country store on Strasburg Road.
Warren County resident Vicky L. Cook says her management experience would help her serve on the Board of Supervisors.
Gun-related legislation approved by Virginia's General Assembly last year won't do much to reduce crime, local law enforcement leaders say.
FRONT ROYAL — The Warren County Department of Social Services will host a job fair in August with the hopes of mitigating what some have called a “labor shortage.”
FRONT ROYAL — As the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail is moving forward with some operational changes including the return of onsite visitation.
The Warren County School Board could reconsider and vote to adopt policies that prohibit discrimination against students based on gender identity.
FRONT ROYAL — The former Christendom College professor accused of giving a child $10 as payment for touching their rear end was granted a $50,000 bond Monday morning.
All students attending Shenandoah and Warren public schools can take advantage of the free meals program again next year.
Past financial “shenanigans” still haunt the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority as the agency enters the new fiscal year, officials say.
Health professionals are hoping a new walking trail at Warren Memorial Hospital will be a community space where patients, visitors, area residents and travelers alike can enjoy the outdoors while improving their mental and physical well-being.
Warren County Public Schools plans to honor two veteran educators who retired this year.
Transgender rights came under fire Wednesday as the Warren County School Board rejected updated anti-discrimination policies.
FRONT ROYAL — The Joint Tourism Council for Front Royal and Warren County has set up its own nonprofit Destination Marketing Organization (DMO).
Thanks to smoke alarms, a Sunday morning fire on the front porch of a firefighter’s home was extinguished before much damage could be done to the house, according to the Warren County Fire and Rescue Department.
Jerome K. “Jay” Butler is the lone candidate for the Happy Creek District seat on the Warren County Board of Supervisors.
FRONT ROYAL — Three town residents were arrested last week as part of what the Warren County Sheriff's Office describes as a "theft ring" responsible for stealing six all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in June.
As of July 1, Virginia became the first Southern state to decriminalize the possession of marijuana. But the new law is a bit confusing, and local law enforcement says it takes a clear head to understand what is and isn’t allowed.
Following the 2020 deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of police, protesters across the country took to the streets demanding that police work be done differently.
FRONT ROYAL — A former Christendom College professor accused of touching a child’s rear end in exchange for payment was denied bond Thursday afternoon.
FRONT ROYAL — The Warren County Department of Social Services saw an increased workload during fiscal year 2020.
A Leesburg man was charged Saturday in connection with an overdose that occurred in Front Royal earlier this month.
FRONT ROYAL — Front Royal Family Practice has partnered with Valley Health System and moved into its new location on the Warren Memorial Hospital campus off Leach Run Parkway.
FRONT ROYAL — A Warren County man who once taught at Christendom College was charged last week by the Warren County Sheriff's Office on sexual assault offenses.
Warren County first responders urge citizens to practice safety over the July Fourth weekend.
Browntown, in the heart of Warren County, has a look about it that’s both interesting and unexpected to the newcomer.
After an over two-hour closed session, the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Board of Directors elected new officers, discussed a marketing plan proposal and the 2021-2022 draft budget on Friday morning.
FRONT ROYAL – The Warren County School Board met on Thursday morning and set a timetable to replace Arnold M. Williams Jr., who resigned last week as School Board member chairman.
Warren County voters can choose two new members for the Board of Supervisors and for the School Board in the Nov. 2 general election.
WARRENTON – A Linden woman could face life in prison after being found guilty of first-degree murder and two counts of solicitation in the death of Kelly Gray, 40, of Bealton, last year.
Following an evening storm on Monday that left at least 3,670 local customers without power, electricity had been largely restored as of Tuesday, officials said.
A $27 million bridge project in Warren County would allow Rockland Road traffic to travel over trains stopped on railroad tracks.
FRONT ROYAL – A theft at a local Sprint store, the destruction of jail property, a rape, and an overdose incident are among the indictments handed up by a Warren County Circuit Court grand jury this week.
FRONT ROYAL – He’s going to keep playing and he has the support of community members from Front Royal and the greater Northern Shenandoah Valley area.
FRONT ROYAL — They’re another tool in the toolbox for the Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue Services.
Health professionals started moving into the new Warren Memorial Hospital this week as they anticipate the official opening of the facility on Wednesday morning.
Students and faculty called her Ms. B when they saw her at Warren County High School.
The loss of one bus stop earlier this year spurred Warren County Public Schools to review all the division’s pick-up and drop-off spots.
The Warren County School Board chairman presided over his last meeting on Wednesday before he steps down.
FRONT ROYAL — Sheetz can put a gas station in Linden after Warren County leaders who — against the wishes of nearby residents — agreed Tuesday night to a rezoning in order to keep a school bus stop.
The Warren County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday to deny a property owner’s request for a permit to rent a home to tourists.
FRONT ROYAL — The case of a Front Royal man who allegedly hit another man in the head with a blunt object will go to trial in late September.
Motorists who use Happy Creek Road can expect delays as construction crews close the route in Warren County.
Carmine, a 5-year-old Australian shepherd, is becoming a skilled artist.