News Maker Todd Jones on new positions in Warren County

Some brand new positions have become available in Warren County.

We spoke to Warren County Director of Technology Todd Jones about these new opportunities in our latest news maker.

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

Todd tells us of a new position is being created by the county involving the airport.

He also tells us the county is also looking to fill a few other positions as well.

To apply for any opportunity with the county go to warrencountyva.net.

Todd also talks about Warren County Parks and recreations summer programs some of which open May 2.

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News Makers Sara Van Huekelum and Teresa Burnett of Savida

Savida Health will be opening an Addiction Clinic in Page County in March.

We spoke with Sara Van Huekelum and Teresa Burnett of Savida about the clinic in our latest news maker segment.

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

The ladies tell us what the future clinic has to offer.

They also tells us about the support Savida Health can offer currently.

They also tell us of other clinics that might be closer to your home if you need support.

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News Maker Lt. Robbie Seal on new equipment at WCSO

Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) has had new equipment become available to help protect children and seniors.

We spoke with WCSO’s Lt. Robbie Seal about the new equipment in our latest news maker segment.

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

Robbie explains how the new equipment was donated by the Front Royal Moose.

He tells us how the equipment can help protect both seniors and children.

Robbie also tells us where the equipment will be found in the future.

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News Maker Joey Waters on Dare to Dream Grant Deadline

The Front Royal Warren County Women’s Resource Center deadline to apply for Dare to Dream grants is fast approaching.

We spoke with the Chairperson for the Dare to Dream Program Joey Waters in our latest news maker.

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

Joey tells us who is eligible for the grants.

She also explains how much and what the grants can be used for.

Joey also explains the process for applying which has to be done by Jan. 14 but she explains that there could a little extra time.

Click here for more on Dare to Dream.

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News Maker Christine Germyer on First Night Winchester and COVID protocols

First Night Winchester returns to downtown Winchester after a virtual event last year.

We spoke with the Executive Director of the event Christine Germyer about the event in our latest news maker.

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

Christine tells us where and when the events take place this year.

Christine also tells us about the ticket or wrist band procedure for the event.

She also tells us that this year there will have to have COVID-19 protocols.

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News Maker Robbie Seal on food pick up for Camping for Hunger

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) is assisting Royal Broadcasting with loading the Camping for Hunger bus starting Monday Nov. 15.

We spoke to Deputy Robbie Seal about where you can meet him to deliver your non perishable food donation in our latest news maker.

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

Robbie tells where to find him and how to spot him at various locations around Warren County.

Any donations or volunteering for the Camping for Hunger campaign is greatly appreciated.

The effort helps to feed those in need here in Warren County click here to see how you can help.

Royal Broadcasting and Front Royal Warren County Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) thanks you for your help.

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Front Royal Town Hall expands closure

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The Front Royal Town Hall will be closed to citizens and vendors until Feb. 1, 2021.

In an effort to protect citizens and employees the following will be in place.

There will be a phone number at the main entrance  of Town Hall for individuals to call to be seen by a Town employee for Permit services.

Permit services  will continue with customers and will be conducted in the conference room to provide for 6’ social  distancing as recommended.  

Town Hall drive thru lanes remain open for business.

One lane will be utilized for payments only;  the second drive thru lane may be used for all other transactions conducted with the Department of  Finance.

The Town will continue with normal processing and collection procedures related to utility  services.  

The Town anticipates longer wait times for those using the drive-thru services and recommends citizens to call  the Department of Finance at (540) 635-7799 to discuss any questions related to utility services or payments.

To avoid long delays the Town strongly encourages citizens to use an alternative method of payment  including:  

Website – https://frontroyalva.com for payments of Utilities and Tax Payments.

By Telephone – Please call the Finance Department 540-635- 7799  

By Mail – Check/Money Order can be sent to P.O. Box 1560, Front Royal, VA 22630.

Drop box – The drop box is located on the outside of the building just before the drive-thru window.

Due to high traffic an additional drop box is being installed in front of Town Hall.

Citizens are welcome and encouraged to use either drop box.  

It is the Town’s goal to operate effectively and ensure that all essential services are continuously provided and  that employees are safe within the workplace.

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