Sewer repairs leave roads closed

The Town of Front Royal will be making sewer repairs May 1-4 from 7 pm to 6 am.

The repairs will leave portions of Crescent Street from Main Street to Chester Street closed.

Peyton Street will also be closed from Royal Avenue to Chester Street.

Snyder Environmental Services have been contracted for the repairs and will have signs in place at their work location.

Motorists should use caution in this area and may need to plan alternate routes.

If you have any questions please contact the Public Works department.

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News Maker Jim Heflin on Warren Heritage Society open house

The Warren Heritage Society will hold an open house on Thursday Dec. 9 from 2 to 6 p.m..

The Warren Heritage Society is located at 101 Chester Street Front Royal.

The Society offers and keeps a wealth of archival information about Front Royal and Warren County.

We spoke with archivist Jim Heflin about the event in our latest news maker segment.

The good news is brought to you by the town of Front Royal.

Jim tells us about the event the refreshments being offered and members being on hand.

Jim also talks about some the things Warren Heritage Society has to offer the community.

Click here for Jim’s interview.

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Hometown Halloween takes over Front Royal

Hometown Halloween will take over downtown Front Royal tomorrow evening.

The Town of Front Royal, the Front Royal-Warren County Chamber of Commerce, the Merchants on Main Street, and Front Royal IBA have partnered together for this event.

Things will get started with pumpkin carving at noon.

A costume parade will follow at 4:00 pm then Trick-or-Treating along Main Street at 6:00 pm.

Portions of Main Street and Chester Street will be closed for the festivities so plan accordingly.

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Front Royal closes Main St. Sat. Apr. 24

The town of Front Royal will close Main Street and portions of Chester Street and gazebo areas to traffic.

This will happen Sat. Apr. 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the Empty Bowl Supper to go event.

Restaurants and merchants will serve patrons outdoors on town property.

Main Street merchants will have tables, chairs and tents set up on Main Street and Kidd Lane.

The closure will allow pedestrians to roam without concern for traffic in the area and enjoy the Empty Bowl Supper which benefits the House of Hope.

We spoke to Jen Avery about the event and what to expect.

Here is Jen’s interview.

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