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A letter from U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Vienna, to a top administrator at the Department of Commerce signals growing concern about planned furloughs of meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Sterling and elsewhere.
FRONT ROYAL -- Owners of vehicles, dogs and businesses in Warren County will see license fees and taxes go up over the next several months.
Winchester Medical Center has welcomed Anne Whiteside as its new Vice President of Nursing and Chief Nursing Officer.
FRONT ROYAL - A bit of the moon made its way to Warren County Middle School on Wednesday.
In conjunction with May 19 - 25 being National EMS Week, the Lord Fairfax EMS Council will host an open house to educate community members on what the emergency responders do every day to protect the region's health and safety.
FRONT ROYAL - Emergency Medical Service personnel were thanked and honored during an event at the North Warren Volunteer Fire and Rescue station Wednesday afternoon.
FRONT ROYAL - A Warren County neighborhood can expect to see improvements to some of its roads starting this summer.
Kevin O'Donnell of Springfield helps his daughter Lorelai O'Donnell, 3, of Fort Valley, across this section of East Spring Street in Woodstock recently. Lorelai was learning to navigate her bike with training wheels. Rich Cooley/Daily
David Vargas, 16, of Stephens City walks home from Sherando High School on Fairfax Pike near the intersection of Warrior Drive. The Virginia Department of Transportation plans to widen Fairfax Pike between the northbound ramps of Interstate 81 to 0.3 miles east of Warrior Drive. The public is invited to a meeting about the project from 4-7 p.m. Thursday at Robert E. Aylor Middle School in Frederick County. Rich Cooley/Daily
Winchester Medical Center is leading the way for interventional cardiologists everywhere, as it has recently initiated a clinical trial to test a new treatment of heart disease.
Virginia residents can be grateful this part of the country is much less vulnerable to the kind of devastating tornados that wreaked havoc in Oklahoma, but the state is not completely immune.
For 10 years Dr. Glenn Burdick was well known as the Winchester City Public Schools superintendent, and while community members may still recognize him, it's no longer because of his educational background.
Strasburg's downtown utilities project moves into the next phase this summer.
A school bus shooting incident in which a student managed to squeeze the trigger on a police officer's gun has led the Winchester Police Department to abandon new holsters acquired only about six months ago.
FRONT ROYAL - Taxicab companies operating in Front Royal may face strict rules if Town Council approves an ordinance that adds new regulations.
The father of a Strasburg High School student is disputing a decision by police and school officials to press charges of disorderly conduct and assault and battery that grew out of a cafeteria food fight on May 7.
Strasburg police arrested a local woman Saturday night after a fight that sent her estranged husband to Winchester Medical Center with a stab wound.
Law enforcement agencies throughout the Northern Shenandoah Valley will be paying extra attention to seat belt enforcement as part of the national Click It Or Ticket campaign that began Monday and runs through June 2.
Residents of Shenandoah Farms have a chance Tuesday to speak on a plan to improve some of the neighborhood roads.
The Virginia Legislature has proclaimed May as Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and to help keep awareness on everyone's minds, Gov. Bob McDonnell decided to shed a little light on the topic.
FRONT ROYAL - Owning and operating a business, especially a restaurant, in today's economy can be tricky, but for George McIntyre it all revolves around one thing: family.
Monique Hough and her daughter Kenasyn, 7, of Strasburg, dance to the music of the band Souled Out during the Mayfest Street Dance held Friday evening. Mayfest activities resume Saturday starting at 9 a.m. The parade begins at 3 p.m. Rich Cooley/Daily
The following public meetings are scheduled this week:
FRONT ROYAL - Talks over a proposal to annex land into town limits continue as officials look at how the effort could impact area traffic.