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Police: Quadruple shooting in Northeast DC
Police say one of the victims, a juvenile girl, was unconscious and not breathing while the other three victims, two men and a woman, were all conscious and breathing.
Winchester man arrested after spending $4,500 in counterfeit cash at Luray Food Lion
Ajarhi Savimbi Roberts, 25, faces six felony charges, including two counts of forging a coin or bank note, two counts of obtaining money with intent to defraud and two counts of possessing 10 or more forged bank notes, according to Luray Police Chief C.S. “Bow” Cook.
The future of Front Royal's ATF canine division topic of conversation at a field hearing
FRONT ROYAL, Va - Since 1990, The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) National Canine Division (NCD) in Front Royal Virginia has trained over 1,000 dogs to detect explosives and traces of accelerant, and on Monday a hearing was held to help keep it that way.
Man in custody after suspected arson in Luray
Investigators identified that man as Jason Gary Fletcher, 41, who is now in custody. Police say Fletcher has been charged with arson and probation violation.
Grand Jury Indicts Haverhill Man Accused of Murdering Nike Colon
Eddy Almonte (seen here in his booking photo from Winchester, Va.)has been indicted for the May 2018 murder of Haverhill's Nike Colon, WHAV can exclusively reveal.
Busy day in court sees motions in Bragg, Woolman and Smoot cases
Court watchers in the county had a field day Monday, July 9, when several of the area’s biggest cases came before Judge Jeffrey W. Parker in Rappahannock Circuit Court.
Baby left in hot van rescued
WINCHESTER — An 11-month-old child was taken to the hospital after being left in a vehicle for more than 10 minutes on a nearly 90-degree day Tuesday.The boy was discovered in a van in the parking lot of the Ross Dress for Less store at 2460 S. Pleasant Valley Road at about 2:35 p.m. by a woman who
Six candidates file for November Town Council election
Gillispie and Morrison will run as incumbents while Connolly cited the need to spend time with family and increased work demands as reasons he will not run. Other candidates include Alford “A.D.” Carter III, Chris Holloway, Robert Tennett Jr. and Letasha Thompson.
Pediatrics practice in Berryville to close at end of August
BERRYVILLE —The town’s only medical practice that specializes in serving children will close this summer.Loudoun Pediatric Associates will continue seeing patients at its clinic at 15 First St. until the end of August, according to Annie Pilkerton, an administrator with the practice. After that, pat
West Main Street Bridge to close Monday
Town officials announced last week that West Main Street, between downtown's Broad and Hawksbill streets, is set to close to vehicles at 8 a.m. Monday, July 16, as crews work to replace the 1934 West Main Street Bridge. Pedestrian access will be available outside of the work zone.
The Splendid Misadventure of a 92-Year-Old, Salty-Mouthed, Tough-as-Tacks Hunter Who Got Lost in the Woods and Was Found by a Drone
Deer season had begun, but it was colder than usual, so here he was, sitting among the mounted bucks inside his rancher in Winchester, Virginia, watching winter through the windows.
Public Meetings: July 16-20
The Building Committee meets at 10 a.m. Monday in the government center, 220 N. Commerce Ave., Front Royal.The Youth Advisory Board meets at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the community center, 538 Villa Ave.The Board of Supervisors meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the government center.The Social Services Advisory Bo
Police Blotter: Front Royal
July 2: Amanda Riley, of Front Royal, was charged with driving with a suspended/revoked license, hit and run and following too closely.
Marshall High grad’s school-shooting play to appear at Fringe Festival
Jerry Kramer, Jun and Carla Ito, Mila Fox-Parola, Carolyn Heier, Tanaka Muvavarirwa, April Lau, Emma Choi, and Jon and Jessie Roberts will produce Choi's play, "14," at the Capital Fringe Festival from July 18 through 28. (Photo by Brian Trompeter)
Valley League hunting wins in Southern Collegiate Showcase
At its core, the Southern Collegiate Showcase is an opportunity for participating summer collegiate baseball leagues to show off some of their top professional prospects and get those players some added exposure. That’s not to say that those competing aren’t doing so to win, however.
90th annual front royal fireman's carnival
Front Royal, Va. - It's the 90th year of the annual 10-day, Front Royal Fireman's Carnival.
2 dead, 4 hurt in crash on Fairfax County Parkway in Reston
WASHINGTON — Two people were killed and four others were injured in a crash on the Fairfax County Parkway early Sunday morning.Fatal crash at Fairfax County Pkwy near Walnut Branch Rd in Reston. Northbound Fairfax County Pkwy at Baron Cameron Ave will be shut down. Please use alternate routes. Crash
Woman drops off body at Berkeley Springs hospital, drives away
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — A woman dropped off a dead body Friday at War Memorial Hospital in Berkeley Springs and drove away, the Morgan County Sheriff's Office said.The deceased, whose identity has not been released, was described by authorities as a black man in his late 20s. He weighed about 110
Woman arrested, charged with child neglect
Kristina Marie Hose, 23, of no fixed address, was arraigned Wednesday in magistrate court on the felony charge of child neglect creating a risk of injury.
Jail official: Shooting suspect on suicide watch
WINCHESTER — The arraignment of Scott Bradley Garthwaite, who was shot July 2 by a Winchester police officer after police say he opened fire on officers, was delayed for a second straight day Friday.James F. Whitley, Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center superintendent, said Garthwaite is on