The Warren Sentinel
Area’s first natural gas station to be built on Route 522 corridor
FRONT ROYAL — Warren County will be home to something the Shenandoah Valley has never seen before – a compressed natural gas (CNG) service station.
The Warren Sentinel / 10-24-2014
Hiring: Shenandoah Riverkeeper
FRONT ROYAL — The Shenandoah River needs a new keeper. Potomac Riverkeeper, Inc. is looking to hire a new Shenandoah Riverkeeper, a leadership position focusing on community action and enforcement to protect and restore water quality in the Shenandoah Valley. The organization is home to two Riverkeeper programs: one for the Potomac River and one for the Shenandoah River.
The Warren Sentinel / 10-22-2014
Plans laid out for Warren County’s first historic district
ROCKLAND – An effort underway to enter some 10,000 acres of north Warren County into the National Register of Historic Places shouldn't have an effect on Virginia Department of Transportation plans to replace the Morgan Ford low-water bridge, according to a state researcher.
The Warren Sentinel / 10-17-2014
Warren County decides on middle school financing
FRONT ROYAL — The Warren County Board of Supervisors has decided to issue a $44.5 million general obligation bond through the Virginia Public School Authority (VPSA) to finance construction of the new middle school, which will be built at the northern end of the future Leach Run Parkway in Front Royal.
The Warren Sentinel / 10-15-2014
Lord Fairfax Community College gets $3.25 million for job training
MIDDLETOWN — Lord Fairfax Community College has been awarded more than $3 million to advance its job-training programs. Vice President Joe Biden announced more than $450 million in grants to community colleges on Monday, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Labor. They’re part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training program that has awarded nearly $2 billion over four years, according to the release.