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Warrenton man killed in Fauquier County crash

A Warrenton man died in a single-vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon in Fauquier County. The wreck happened on Springs Road east of Black Snake Lane just before 2 p.m. State police a the driver of a 2019 Ford Ranger was traveling east when he ran off the right side of the road, struck a sign, went down an embankment and overturned into a creek.
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Winchester man sentenced to 6 years for drug violations

Virginia State Police announced the sentencing of a Winchester man to 6 years for drug violations. Lamont Antoine Parson of Winchester received a sentence of 72 months in federal prison on Mon. June 27. The 40 year old Parson pleaded guilty to one charge of conspiracy to distribute and possess...

Spotted Lantern Fly quarantine zone expanded across the Valley

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) - Beginning in early July, the entire Shenandoah Valley will be added to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services quarantine zone aimed at stopping the spread of the invasive Spotted Lantern Fly. The current quarantine zone encompasses Clarke, Fredrick, and Warren counties as well as...

This Leesburg Boutique Is Expanding Access to Global Makers in NoVA

Global Local sells ethical, fair-trade goods from Loudoun County and around the world. When Tyra Flynn, a Leesburg local, spent 15 years abroad while her husband worked in the Foreign Service, she found herself captivated by the stores and marketplaces that served as central points in the communities she visited: In India, Dubai, Jerusalem, and more, the markets were what caught her eye.

Stephens City Lions Club Installation of Officers and Awards Banquet

The Awards Banquet was highlighted by 28 year club member William Dickie Clark receiving the Melvin Jones Award. This Fellowship Award is the Lion’s highest form of recognition and is given to members who continuously provide dedicated humanitarian services. Sherando High School faculty member Garland Williams received the Outstanding...
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Vienna 180 atop district, will play July 4 at Waters Field

The long-standing American Legion District 17 all-star baseball game won’t be played the morning of July 4 like so many years in the past at Waters Field in Vienna as tradition. But there will still be Legion baseball played at the Waters diamond that Independence Day morning. At 10...

Blue Ridge Hospice Announces Free 24-Hour Support Line

Blue Ridge Hospice has announced the launch of a 24/7/365 toll-free support line, at 1-833-898-0714 or 540-313-9230 local. Healthcare providers, case managers, nursing home staff, patients, and patients’ caregivers or families may use the line to make referrals or get someone admitted when the time is right for hospice.

Council approves first Short-Term Rental permit under new ordinance guidelines over some objections

As noted in our lead story on the Data Center permitting discussion, there were two issues involving the long-term impact on land use in town at the Front Royal Town Council’s June 27 meeting. The second of those, actually first up on the public hearing docket, was approval of Alexandria-based Bridget Scanlan’s Special Use Permit (SUP) request for a maximum four-person Short-Term Tourist Rental at 108 Virginia Avenue at its three-way intersection with First Street. A second Short-Term Rental permitting request for 201 East Main Street in the downtown mixed commercial-residential zoned area was also approved, with no speakers or opposition expressed.

Loudoun’s latest Chipotle opens this week — with a Chipotlane

Things are really starting to pop at the Shops at Compass Creek in Leesburg. Another new restaurant is opening tomorrow, Thursday, June 30 — the second one this week. The latest business at the Shops is the Chipotle restaurant. This location is noteworthy for being the first in the area with a “Chipotlane.” That’s a drive-thru lane where you can pick up orders placed on the Chipotle app.

Rebellion Bourbon Bar plans to open next week in Leesburg

The long-awaited Rebellion Bourbon Bar & Kitchen — a new bar and restaurant in downtown Leesburg — is just about ready for primetime. If all goes as planned, the Rebellion team will hold their official grand opening next Friday, July 8. The region’s latest Rebellion location has been...

New Leesburg Mural Approved; 3 COPA Members Dismissed

The Leesburg Town Council on Tuesday night approved a new Black history mural to be painted on the wall of the Loudoun Museum building on the town hall campus. The council also voted to remove three members of the Commission on Public Art who stirred controversy by walking out of a meeting to prevent the panel from formally endorsing the artwork.

Haymarket 3-star DB Woodson will announce commitment on Thursday

Caleb Woodson, a first-team all-state safety from Battlefield High in Haymarket, will announce his commitment on Thursday and is expected to choose between UVA, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech. Woodson, a 6-foot-3, 200-pounder, is rated a consensus 3-star and consensus top-30 prospect in the state of Virginia. He earlier eliminated...

Youth Empowerment Conference aims to help students find their paths

The 2nd annual YES Conference (Youth Empowered for Success) will be held at the Stimpson Auditorium at Shenandoah University on August 1, 2022, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and is open to rising Seniors and Juniors in the Warren County Public School system. Reaching Out Now is partnering with Shenandoah University to provide students with a series of presentations and interactive panels around wellness, networking, and leadership skills necessary to succeed in their personal lives, academics, and professional careers. Students will also be able to take a tour of the college grounds. This year’s theme is “Finding Your Balance”.