TODAY'S NEWS

Warren Memorial Hospital’s president leaving after a decade at the helm

FRONT ROYAL — After 10 plus years of service as president of Warren Memorial Hospital, Patrick Nolan has resigned his position and will be moving to Inspira Medical Center in Woodbury, New Jersey as the new Chief Operating Officer. Nolan came to Valley Health in 1994 as an Administrative Resident; he became Vice President at Winchester Medical Center in 1995 until 1999, Administrator at Morgan County War Memorial Hospital 1999 to 2004 and President of Warren Memorial Hospital in 2004.  
The Warren Sentinel /  07-02-2015  

New middle school gets its name in ‘Warren County’

FRONT ROYAL — After weighing options from a public survey on a name for the new middle school slated to open in July 2017, the Warren County School Board has decided to change the name of the current Warren County Middle School to Skyline Middle School and name the new middle school Warren County Middle School. The board voted 3-1 last Thursday all saying it only made sense. While Cherefko said she understood the logic she decided to vote against the decision because she supported the community survey from 2007 for people who wanted to retain the name of the old Warren County High School.
The Warren Sentinel /  07-02-2015  

Mini-storage proposal back on the table for Elkton planners

ELKTON – A controversial plan to build mini-storage units behind the Tannery Apartments appears headed back to the Elkton Planning Commission. At the June 15 Council meeting, Councilwoman Margaretta Isom said the commission plans to hear from the Michael Brothers at its meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, in council chambers at the Elkton Area Community Center. Erwin Michael withdrew his request for a special exception permit for up to eight mini-storage units and an office in early February.
The Valley Banner /  07-02-2015  

Warren County bridge projects on schedule

FRONT ROYAL — The two main bridge projects in Warren County are right on schedule to be completed on time in November 2015 and late 2017 according to the Virginia Department of Transportation. The South Fork Bridge replacement along corridor 522 is right on track to be completed near the end of 2017, according to VDOT district coordinator Ed Carter. …“The Gooney Creek Bridge on Route 340 is also on schedule nearing the end of completion in November 2015,” Carter said.
The Warren Sentinel /  06-29-2015  
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New Market memory care facility to open this winter

NEW MARKET — Shenandoah Valley residents who need memory care services will have a new place to go in New Market by early next year. Paul Griffin, who owns the Shenandoah Place Assisted Living Facility on Burkholder Lane with his brother, Mark, and his father, Marvin, broke ground on a new facility half a mile east of Shenandoah Place on Old Cross Road on May 26. Griffin said the planned 15,000-square-foot building, to be named Shenandoah Terrace, will feature 21 rooms with space for about 35 beds and is scheduled to open in December or January. Griffin said the new facility will cater to residents with memory issues, including Alzhei

Historic Wayside Inn on the market again

MIDDLETOWN — The historic Wayside Inn is for sale again. Inn owners George and Becky Reeves say they lack the hospitality experience to keep up with the inn, which has been around since 1797 on Main Street in Middletown. “We just need to recognize our limitations and know this inn deserves a lot better boost than what we can give it,” Becky Reeves said in a phone interview Wednesday. The Reeves bought the inn at an auction in October 2013 for $750,000. Becky said they paid a total of $805,000 for it after commission. They later bought the neighboring pavilion for $25,000, and spent $250,000 for repairs last year. The listing price for the Inn is $1.1 million, and its assessed value is roughly $1.2 million, according to the Reeves’ real estate agent, John Hotaling, who works for RE/MAX Allegiance in Arlington.
The Warren Sentinel /  06-25-2015

Warren County reappoints top staff

FRONT ROYAL — After a closed meeting last Tuesday night, the Warren County Board of Supervisors made a motion to reappoint County Administrator Doug Stanley with a contract ending date of June 2020 in the salary amount of $140,160. County Attorney Blair Mitchell was also reappointed with his contract extended until June 2016 in the salary amount of $119,056.
The Warren Sentinel /  06-25-2015

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Local Sports

GOLF: Highland Springs - A Hidden Gem

FRANKLIN, W.Va. — A few years back a golfing acquaintance told me on an undiscovered treasure of a golf course high in the mountains of Franklin County, West Va., approximately 45 minutes west of Harrisonburg off Route 33. On a recent hot and humid Saturday I finally got to experience this Bill Ward Jr. design with a group of fellow golf junkies. After traversing the switchback-laden road to the top of Fisher Mountain - with a peak of over 3,500-feet, the scenic drive down the hill landed us in Brandywine and to Highland Springs.
06-29-2015

SOFTBALL: PCHS coach, JMU commit named state’s 2A Coach and Player of the Year

CHARLOTTESVILLE — Page County junior Kate Gordon knows that in order to have success, there must be a strong support system around her. On Wednesday, the Lady Panthers' shortstop was named Player of the Year for the VHSL Group 2A-All State Softball team for the second-straight season. Last year, she shared the honors with King William senior Essence Jackson. “I'm really thankful I had the opportunity to get it both years,” Gordon said referring to the award. “But I'm more excited that we won the championship two years in a row.” With every great player comes a great coach. Lady Panthers' head coach Alan Knight was named Coach of the year for the second straight season. Page County senior Kare Breeden, and junior Savanah Jones also received first team honors.
06-24-2015

GOLF: Full Cry at Keswick Hall

KESWICK — Last fall the new Pete Dye remake of the old Arnold Palmer redesign at Keswick Hall opened for play as the newly dubbed Full Cry. I had played Palmer's 6,500-yard course a few years back and was impressed by the overall layout and challenge of the course. Back to the stately grounds at Keswick Hall this past May, I wasn't sure what to expect with Dye's remake. Dye has designed some of the most famous golf courses in the world (TPC at Sawgrass, Harbour Town, Kiawah Island and Whistling Straits) and his tracks have confounded, confused, delighted and tested the best golfers in the world for decades.
06-19-2015

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