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Front Royal, Warren County working on joint projects; Park-N-Ride, Leach Run Parkway at top

FRONT ROYAL — Town and county officials don’t appear ready yet to talk about PILOT fees, consolidation or annexation. The former only got a brief mention at the recent bimonthly liaison meeting, and the other two weren’t mentioned at all, according to County Administrator Doug Stanley. Mayor Tim Darr informed the county that the town council is “evaluating the re-introduction of the PILOT fees in the corridor” as previously reported in The Warren Sentinel, Stanley said, but there was “no real discussion” on the issue. Officials from the two jurisdictions did, however, move forward on a number of other matters that have occupied their attention for most of this year.  
The Warren Sentinel /  07-29-2014  

Front Royal man killed in single-car crash

FRONT ROYAL — A single-car crash last week claimed the life of a Front Royal man. State Police spokesman Sgt. Les Tyler said Randall Craig Fix II, 25, of Front Royal, was driving north on U.S. 340 in a 1998 Honda Prelude when the car went off the right side of the road at about 11:40 p.m. on Monday, July 21.
The Warren Sentinel /  07-29-2014

RSW Regional Jail has a bumpy first month

FRONT ROYAL — Like opening a new business, the Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail has had a few “hiccups” since it began receiving prisoners from the three county jails that are now closed, according to Regional Jail Authority Board Chairman Doug Stanley.
The Warren Sentinel /  07-25-2014

Dog rescue complete; animals up for adoption

LURAY — All 132 dogs and four parrots rescued earlier this month are now on their way to a new life and can be adopted at: www.animalrescuecorps.org. The last of the transports completed their journey on Sunday — now all of the animals are in the hands of Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) placement partners. To find new homes, the animals have traveled as far as Nova Scotia, Canada to Nashville, TN with many already up for adoption, said Public Information Officer Michael Cunningham of ARC — a nonprofit animal protection organization based in Washington, D.C. Some will need additional medical treatments before they can be adopted.
Page News and Courier /  07-25-2014
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Page County administrator gets 25-percent raise in 12 months

SHENANDOAH — Following a closed session meeting last week the board of supervisors effectively approved a 25 percent yearly salary increase for County Administrator Mark Lauzier. Last Tuesday, after a…
Page News and Courier /  07-25-2014

Shenandoah County Supervisors Approve New Policies for County Schools

WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County’s School Board underwent policy changes to fall in line with new legislation and the Virginia School Board Association. The School Board approved several changes and additions…

Strasburg Council Approves UDO, New Zoning Map

STRASBURG — Town Council voted 6-2 in favor of the Unified Development Ordinance at its meeting Tuesday. Crafted from two years of planning and discussion, the UDO, as members referred…

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Local Sports

Shenandoah 12-U and 10-U All-Stars both reach Southeast Regional semifinals

MORGANTON, N.C. — Against much larger area teams, both Shenandoah Babe Ruth All-Star teams made the semifinal rounds of their respective Southeast Regional Tournaments in action last week. Both the…
07-29-2014

Golfing in the Valley — Heritage Hunt

GAINESVILLE — Tucked inside the sprawling Heritage Hunt housing community lies a Arthur Hills designed…
07-23-2014

Volunteers the Key for LL Baseball/Softball

WOODSTOCK — When baseball/softball fans go to a Woodstock-Edinburg Little League game, they see an organized program, immaculate fields, and active press box and a well-stocked concession stand. Umpires trot…
07-23-2014

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