News Makers Williams and Kines on Habitat for Humanity

Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity of Winchester Frederick County provides services for those in need in communities around the valley.

We spoke with Program Manager Jolie Williams and Restore store Manger Adin Kines in our latest news maker.

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Adin tells us about what the Restore store has to offer and how it benefits Habitat for Humanity.

Jolie tells us how people can qualify for services from Habitat for Humanity.

Both tell us how Habitat for Humanity can benefit people in the Shenandoah Valley.

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News Maker Tony Brooks on a golf tournament fundraiser

The third annual Fore the Kitties Golf Tournament to benefit Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue in Winchester is set for August 20.

We spoke to the coordinator of the event Tony Brooks about it in our latest news maker.

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Tony tells us about Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue.

He tells us how you can get involved either by playing or becoming a sponsor but time is a factor.

Tony also tells us that this tournament is a little different from traditional tournaments.

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News Makers Tony Carter and Dale Corey on living history

Warren Heritage Society and Colonel James Wood II Chapter Sons of the American Revolution are teaming up for a week of activities.

We spoke with Warren Heritage Society’s Tony Carter and Sons of the American Revolution member Dale Corey.

They tell us about the activities planned in our latest news maker.

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Dale tells us about what are basically hands on living history events for kids.

Tony tells us about the Warren Heritage Society and how to get in touch.

The Warren Heritage Society camps start June 20 on Chester Street in Front Royal.

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News Maker Todd Jones on Warren Co. tax deadline

Warren County like so many other communities has extended their tax deadline.

We spoke to Warren County’s Director of Technology Todd Jones about the extension in our latest news maker.

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Todd explains the extension as well as the recent tax adjustment.

He also tells us about the community pool delayed opening and why.

Todd also tells us of future events coming to downtown, but that’s a secret.

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Pursuit ends in capture in Warren County

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Warren County Sheriff’s Special Problems and Drug Enforcement Unit Officers attempted to stop a vehicle for speeding on Stonewall Jackson Highway on Mon..

When the vehicle failed to yield a pursuit ensued which terminated at Gooney Manor Loop.

After that stop the suspects vehicle took off again driving recklessly, striking a Deputy’s vehicle.

Pursuit was re initiated to continue onto Bentonville Road where the suspect lost control and crashed.

The driver was apprehended in a creek after a short foot chase by Warren County Officers and K-9 units.

The passenger was apprehended at the crash scene.

Both the driver Garland Turner Jr. and passenger Alicia Knott are facing numerous charges including felony eluding, assault on a law enforcement officer and possession of a schedule I/II drug.

No one was injured in the incident.

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