FRPD reminder on parking policies

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The Front Royal Police Department would like to remind everyone of the town’s policy on improperly parked vehicles and trailers.

Since the start of 2021, Front Royal Police have already responded to 82 parking problems and violations.

Trailers over 7500 pounds being parked on public streets and leaving inoperative vehicles parked in plain view or on public streets are the most common violations.

The full municipal code is available on the Front Royal website.

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Field Day at MSV

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley is hosting a field day event today from 10 am to 2 pm.

The walking trails will be open with activities all along the way.

There will be educational activities as MSV educators will have a geology talk.

Shenandoah University researcher Ashley Landes will also be there to speak on the wetlands.

Frederick County Parks and Recreation will bring some of the fun including a timed 50 yard dash, disc golf demonstration, and ladder golf.

The field day is free but admission prices still apply to the gardens and galleries.

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VSI awarded 66 scholarships

The Virginia Sheriffs Institute awarded 66 scholarships this year with a total of $65,000.

The recipients chosen are pursuing degrees in criminal justice at a Virginia college.

Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholand will have the honor of distributing three of those scholarships to local students.

James Wood Senior Corrine Smith, Shenandoah University’s Elyssa McCafferty and Lord Fairfax Community College’s Sonya Puryear will all receive $1000 to put towards their education. 

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JHHS premieres Beauty and the Beast

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John Handley High School premiered their rendition of Beauty and the Beast last night at Patsy Cline theater in Winchester.

There will also be showings today and tomorrow at 11 am and 4 pm.

Tickets are available for purchase at $10 and it’s expected to sell out, so show up early.

The high school student actors have had to be creative in preparing their performance which will also feature prerecorded video performances from Winchester’s elementary and middle school students.

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