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THIS WEEKEND: Virginia Wine and Craft Festival

FRONT ROYAL — The 29th annual Virginia Wine and Craft Festival is expected to draw nearly 13,000 people to Warren County this Saturday. “It seems like it grows every year, which is a good thing of course,” Niki Foster, President of the Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce said. “Come and enjoy tastings from 21 Virginia wineries. Covering more than seven blocks and featuring over 100 vendors, artists and crafters from all over the east coast, there won’t be anything you can’t find to fit your style, mood or need,” Foster said. Virginia is the 4th largest wine producer in the states, Foster said. So having all the wineries within a certain mile radius of us really helps, Foster said. New this year, the festival has partnered with Mountain Laurel Montessori School for a Children’s Corner, with all kinds of fun activities for children.

Urgent Care facility to move to Riverton Commons

FRONT ROYAL — Valley Regional Enterprises, which operates the local Urgent Care facility broke ground this week on the empty retail pad next to the Starbuck’s Coffee shop in Riverton Commons. President Chris Rucker said the move was part of a trend in the healthcare industry.

Rinaldi to be independent candidate for supervisor

FRONT ROYAL — Ralph Rinaldi, who lost by 25 votes to Tom Sayre in the April 23 Republican canvass announced Monday that he would run as an independent candidate in November for the Shenandoah District seat on the Warren County Board of Supervisors. Rinaldi said the driving force behind his decision to run was the people calling and supporting him.

Former Front Royal councilman wins GOP nomination for Warren County Board of Supervisors

FRONT ROYAL — Former Town Councilman Tom Sayre is the Republican nominee for the Shenandoah District seat on the Warren County Board of Supervisors in the November election. Sayre won the April 23 canvass by 25 votes with 223 total votes to challenger Ralph Rinaldi's 198 votes.

Warren County School Board fills vacant seat

FRONT ROYAL — The Warren County School Board welcomed Arnold M. Williams Jr. to the seat for the North River school board member on Monday April 27. Williams will take the place of North River district member Roy Boyles, who resigned his position on April 1, due to health related issues. The board interviewed two candidates on Thursday April 23 and made the announcement at a special meeting Monday.

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