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WINCHESTER -- Students at Shenandoah University in Winchester expect a flood of raindrops on Thursday. In fact, that's exactly what they want.
Eric Lamont Garris stabbed his girlfriend several times in the early morning hours of Feb. 16, then drove her to Warren Memorial Hospital and waited for police to arrive and arrest him.
Three rare Virginia plants are found exclusively within the marshes of Abram's Creek Wetlands Preserve in Winchester. But their habitat may be shrinking.
FRONT ROYAL - Riders of the Royal Trolley can keep using the bus service for another five years.
Motorists can see the end of an era in Warren County as the state opens a new bridge in Bentonville this week.
The deaths of six men by shooting and hanging without trials amid a group of terrified civilians might sound like the latest news bulletin from the Middle East, but the violence is an all too real part of Front Royal's Civil War history from 150 years ago.
FISHER'S HILL -- The rolling hills and tree-dotted slopes of the Fisher's Hill battlefield stand precisely as they did 150 years ago, according to Richard Kleese.
School Standards of Learning scores have slipped increasingly in recent years as standardized testing rules keep changing.
Warren County Fire Marshal Gerry Maiatico checks for fire under the porch roof of this home at 215 South Church St. in Front Royal on Monday afternoon. Firefighters contained the fire to the porch roof. Fire Chief Richard Mabie said the fire was started by trash on the back porch. Rich Cooley/Daily
Shenandoah National Park officials are planning to maintain part of Big Meadows -- by burning it.
The sight of a plane flying low in the air over Shenandoah County last week rattled some nerves, but it turned out there was no reason for anyone to worry.
BERRYVILLE (AP) -- Virginia State Police say a house fire that killed two people in Clarke County appears to have been accidental.
FRONT ROYAL -- Martha Craig, 86, and Audrey Dorr, 87, were Avtex Fibers employees in 1989 when the plant shut down. And both returned Saturday to celebrate the 440-acre site's return to the community.
WINCHESTER -- People were so interested in what Jeff Baldwin had to say about the artillery used during the Third Battle of Winchester that, even after he finished his lengthy talk, the questions kept coming.
FRONT ROYAL -- If the long lines stretching across Main Street were any indication Friday night, Downtown Front Royal's Taste of the Town was a resounding success.
On Tuesday, the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors will decide if rollback taxes should go toward the county's Conservation Easement Authority. The issue has drawn both praise and criticism from county residents.
Residents enjoyed food, music and more at this year's Ole Time Festival in Edinburg on Saturday. Photos by Rich Cooley/Daily
Shenandoah County The Board of Supervisors meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the government center, 600 N. Main St., Woodstock. The Citizens Advisory Committee meets at 5 p.m. Wednesday in the government center. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meets...
FRONT ROYAL -- In Justin Birckbichler's fourth grade class at Hilda J. Barbour Elementary School, the fun of learning has taken on another meaning.
The bad headlines, internal strife, auditing and criminal investigation that plagued the former Shenandoah Farms Volunteer Fire Department have faded in the year since Warren County took over its operations.
STEPHENS CITY -- A remedial math and reading program at Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy is only five days old but has already sparked the enthusiasm of new test takers.
Maj. Gen Maury Forsyth, president of Randolph-Macon Academy in Front Royal, has resigned.
On Thursday, town leaders in Timberville approved the construction of a new Wal-Mart after several months of discussion and planning.
The last of a group of defendants facing charges stemming from a melee on Coal Mine Road on Sept. 5 had a $5,000 secured bond set Friday in Shenandoah County
General District Court.