Embark on a Gastronomic Journey: Front Royal's Top 3 Modern American Delights
In this article, we're exploring three contemporary American cuisines in Front Royal. Have you had the chance to taste any of these culinary delights? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
WCFR report 3 structures burned on March 3
On arrival firefighters found fire through the roof of the empty building and spreading to adjacent buildings. The three buildings involved were searched and crews confirmed no occupants were inside. Firefighters were able to contain the fire and prevent additional spreading. The fire’s origin is being investigated by Warren County’s...
Culpeper man charged after plowing into Albemarle County crash scene
GREENWOOD – A 63-year old Culpeper County man is charged with reckless driving after exiting off I-64 onto westbound 250 near Crozet and plowing into a crash scene on Rockfish Gap Turnpike Friday evening just off the exit. Albemarle Police say an officer had responded to a two-vehicle crash with no injuries around 4:30 Friday afternoon that involved no injury, closing a westbound left lane. ACPD patrol vehicles were stationary in the closed lane with emergency light flashing while a vehicle involved in the crash was being hooked onto a wrecker.
Town EDA Fine Tunes It’s Vision and Mission Processes After Council Approves Operational Funding
The Front Royal Economic Development Authority (FREDA), now also known as the Town’s “Business Development Board” (BDB), held its regular meeting of March at noon, Monday, March 4, in the Town Hall second floor meeting room. In addition to its full complement of board members, Chairman Rick Novak, Vice-Chairman Nick Bass, Robert Elliott, Aiden Miller, David Gedney, Frank Stankiewicz, and Tom Eshelman, staff present included Town Manager Joe Waltz, Town Director of Community Development and Tourism Lizi Lewis, Secretary Hillary Wilfong, and Director of Information Technology Charles Hutchings, the latter handling the live-stream broadcast duties.
Page County Supervisors to consider campground expansion
LURAY, Va. (WHSV) - The Page County Board of Supervisors is set to meet Monday night and will consider a special use permit request to allow for the expansion of River Run Campground in Rileyville. If approved the expansion would increase the campground’s size from 45 to 125 campsites and add eight cabins.
Page County Sheriff’s report (Feb. 15-March 3rd)
(Clarinda, Iowa) – The Page County Sheriff’s Office today (Monday), released a report on arrests that took place between Feb, 15th and March 3rd. 2/15/2024 Cameron Craig Hilligorss (24) of Shenandoah Iowa. Booked into the Page County Jail for Lottery forgery or theft. 2/17/2024 Amy Jo Liles (37)...
Haymarket Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Haymarket reported a total of 7 crime cases. The crimes were categorized into three main types: Assault, Other, and Arrest. The most frequent crime reported was Assault, with 3 incidents, followed by Other offenses and Arrests, each with 2 cases. The data provides a snapshot of the crime situation in the place, indicating a higher prevalence of violent offenses. The Other offenses category includes all other types of crimes not classified under Assault or Arrest. These crimes, however, were marked as inactive, suggesting that they may not pose an immediate threat to the public. Arrests made during the week show law enforcement's active response to criminal activities. The data, sourced from the Prince William County Police calls for service, underscores the ongoing efforts to maintain law and order in the place.
Woodstock housing development moving forward nearly 20 years after original approval
WOODSTOCK, Va. (WHSV) - On Tuesday night, the Woodstock Town Council will hold a public hearing on a special use permit that would bring more housing to the town. If approved, it would allow for a portion of the proposed Glenmont Subdivision to be built. The housing development was initially approved nearly 20 years ago and is finally moving forward.
Driver charged in connection with crash involving ACPD patrol vehicle, wrecker
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- A man from Culpeper has been charged after he reportedly hit an Albemarle County Police Department vehicle near the site of a crash. Around 4:30 p.m. Friday, ACPD officers responded to a crash with no injuries on Rockfish Gap Turnpike, just off Interstate 64, in western Albemarle County.
Spanberger honors Vietnam veterans at pinning ceremony, services provided at mini-conference
Deep feelings of honor and gratitude were overwhelming on Saturday, as the community and local resource exhibitors came together in support of Culpeper’s Vietnam veterans, providing a plethora of services and resources to them and their families. After listening intently to feedback from many community members about a need...
Bus, car collide
March 4, 1965 — Sixty-six students of Page County High School miraculously escaped injury Monday afternoon when the school bus they were riding in rammed into the rear of an auto containing two other students of the school at the south end of the Grove Hill bridge on Route 340. Both vehicles were traveling south.
Culpeper County publishes Spring program guide
Culpeper County Parks and Recreation Department will open registration for its Spring programs on March 10, including sports, cooking and health and wellness. The Culpeper County Fieldhouse is located within the Culpeper Sports Complex at 16388 Competition Dr., Culpeper. Some of the facility’s signature amenities include a full-size high school gymnasium lined for basketball, pickleball, and volleyball, six retractable basketball hoops, portable bleachers, dropdown court divider, patron lockers, three multi-use classrooms, aerobics studio and the Culpeper County Parks & Recreation offices.
News Maker Regina Hilliard on the Page County Job Fair
We spoke to Luray Page County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center President Regina Hilliard about the event in our latest news maker. News makers are sponsored by Warren County. Experience Warren County Where History, Nature, and Family Come Together. Regina tells us what to expect at the Job Fair...
Today the gas price is close to $3.35 in Washington as of 2024-03-04. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.352, a week ago the price is $3.264 , according to AAA.
Culpeper District Traffic Alert: VDOT work schedule for the week of March 4-8
VDOT has updated its schedule for construction and maintenance work in the Culpeper District during the next week. Road conditions and other real-time travel information can be found on the 511 Virginia website, the free VDOT 511 mobile app or by calling 511 from any phone in Virginia. VDOT updates are also on the Culpeper District Facebook page and the district’s Twitter account, @VaDOTCulp.
Trial date set in Strasburg murder case
STRASBURG, Va. (WHSV) - A five-day jury trial has been set for Cristina Sanchez Landon. Landon, a Florida resident, was arrested last July in connection with the death of a Strasburg woman. On July 3, Strasburg police found a 72-year-old woman dead inside her home at the 400 block of...
State Police still trying to crack Alicia Showalter Reynolds abduction and murder
LIGNUM – Twenty-eight years March 2 since the disappearance of Alicia Showalter Reyolds in Culpeper County, State Police are asking people for any leads in her disappearance and murder. Her body was found near the community of Lignum two months after her reported disappearance. The State Police release follows:
From the Page County Animal Shelter to showcase their personality. Hudson is an approximately 10-year-old male. He was brought in by a citizen who found him about a year ago and had been caring for him. She brought him here after she became concerned he could be hurt by one of her dogs. Hudson was already neutered when he arrived, but has yet to get his vaccines.
Pedestrian bridge in downtown Culpeper on track for October completion
The construction of a pedestrian bridge and public restrooms in Culpeper’s Downtown Depot District is on track to be completed this fall. Called the Culpeper Station Pedestrian Bridge, the design of the project was initiated in November 2020 and completed in October 2022. Construction bids were received and opened in January 2023 with Taft Construction of Culpeper submitting the lowest bid in the total amount of $3,581,000.