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A Final Update from Warren County Administrator, Doug Stanley


A Final Update from Warren County Administrator, Doug Stanley

We were live in the studio for today’s episode of Municipal Monday with Warren County Administrator Doug Stanley. Doug gave us a coronavirus update that included […]

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hazard pay for home health workers

no responses. September 18, 2020 News_one

Former Winchester attorney charged with embezzlement, forgery


Former Winchester attorney charged with embezzlement, forgery

A former Winchester-based attorney has been indicted on felony charges related to an ongoing investigation into his business practices.  A grand jury handed up one felony […]

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new budget virginia

no responses. July 13, 2020 News_one

RSW Regional Jail implements new visitation system


RSW Regional Jail implements new visitation system

Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren (RSW) Regional Jail announced the launch of a new web-based visitation system that allows for both onsite and remote visits. The system, iWebVisit, allows inmates […]

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no active covid-19 cases

no responses. June 16, 2020 News_one

RSW Regional Jail reports no active COVID-19 cases


RSW Regional Jail reports no active COVID-19 cases

There are no longer active COVID-19 cases at Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren (RSW) Regional Jail, according to a statement released yesterday. The jail announced its first positive case of […]

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no responses. May 26, 2020 News_one

Second RSW inmate tests positive for COVID-19


Second RSW inmate tests positive for COVID-19

Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren (RSW) Regional Jail announced a second inmate has tested positive for COVID-19. It was previously reported an inmate was admitted Tuesday, May 19, and stated […]

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community development block grant

no responses. April 16, 2020 News_one

Shenandoah County Supervisors approve FY 2021 budget


Shenandoah County Supervisors approve FY 2021 budget

The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors approved its fiscal year 2021 operating budget of nearly 72 million dollars this week. The adopted budget includes a 40-cents-per-pack […]

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no responses. March 21, 2020 news_two

Robbery and assault at the Blue Ridge Motel


Robbery and assault at the Blue Ridge Motel

Early yesterday morning, D’Andre Lawrence (pictured above) was arrested on felony robbery and weapons charges stemming from an incident at the Blue Ridge Motel in Front […]

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no responses. March 9, 2020 News_one

Fugitive arrested in Warren County


Fugitive arrested in Warren County

Derek S. Vrable, 34, was arrested at a Warren County residence Friday after Detective M.R. Ramey of the Front Royal Police Department obtained information regarding the […]

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no responses. February 20, 2020 News_one

Civil suits claim mistreatment of inmates at RSW Regional Jail


Civil suits claim mistreatment of inmates at RSW Regional Jail

Timothy Smith, an inmate at RSW Regional Jail, has filed two civil suits in Shenandoah County Circuit Court against the jail and the jail’s superintendent, Russell […]

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no responses. February 13, 2020 News_one

Front Royal man arrested in relation to string of larcenies


Front Royal man arrested in relation to string of larcenies

James Lathon, 56, of Front Royal was arrested Tuesday by officials and charged with grand larceny, petit larceny 3rd+ offense and concealing or taking possession of […]

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no responses. January 30, 2020 News_one

Bank robbery suspect to appear in court Monday


Bank robbery suspect to appear in court Monday

The man accused of robbing Sonabank in New Market is now in custody at Rappahannock-Shenandoah-Warren Regional Jail and will appear in court on Monday for arraignment. George Wood, […]

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no responses. January 23, 2020 News_one

Two Edinburg women arrested in child endangerment case


Two Edinburg women arrested in child endangerment case

Two women connected to a Shenandoah County daycare have been arrested on multiple charges for allegedly abusing children. According to Virginia State Police, 19-year-old Kathryn G. […]

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