Tag: Warren County

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Toray Plastics to invest $45 million to expand facility in Warren County

Toray Plastics (America), Inc., a subsidiary of Toray Industries, Inc., headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, will invest $45 million to expand its Front Royal facility in Warren County.


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Truck traffic restricted on Route 11 near Shenandoah County-Warren County line

A portion of southbound Route 11 (Valley Pike) is open to passenger vehicles only, due to damage to the truss bridge over Cedar Creek at the Warren-Shenandoah county line. The damage was sustained Monday afternoon when a truck hit a portion of the bridge railing.


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Nature’s Touch Frozen Foods to invest $1.8 million in first Virginia operation

Canada-based Nature’s Touch Frozen Foods will invest $1.8 million to establish its first Virginia operation in Warren County.


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Drivers face ice, fog in Shenandoah Valley after storm

The pre-Thanksgiving snow storm has left the Shenandoah Valley. After a day where crews plowed and treated roads, interstate and primary roads are clear throughout the area.


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VDOT making progress on Shenandoah Valley roads after snow

VDOT is making steady progress on roads in the Shenandoah Valley, but many routes remain in minor to moderate condition.


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Creigh Deeds: Will this session ever end?

Not since 2001 has the General Assembly been in session this long. While these extended sessions do not often occur, I fear the Jeffersonian ideal of a part-time citizen legislature is in jeopardy.


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Shenandoah University assistant baseball coach steps down

Shenandoah University Head Baseball Coach Kevin Anderson announced Tuesday that assistant baseball coach David Jenkins ’07 has resigned.


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Guest lecture series on the 1864 Shenandoah Valley Campaign

Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park is pleased to announce “Historians Look Back: A Special Guest Lecture Series on the 1864 Shenandoah Valley Campaign.”


First National Corporation subsidiary announces new mortgage division

First National Corporation (the “Company”) (OTCBB: FXNC), the parent company of First Bank (the “Bank”), announced the launch of a new mortgage division named, First Mortgage.


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VDOT roads update: Up to a food of snow has made travel treacherous

Up to a foot of heavy wet snow has fallen on the Shenandoah Valley, creating potentially dangerous driving conditions for Monday afternoon. Snowfall is expected to taper off this afternoon, but drivers are advised to avoid unnecessary travel until road conditions improve.


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VDOT: Hard freeze creates icy commute for Tuesday

Single-digit temperatures on the heels of the latest winter storm mean drivers will face icy roads on Tuesday morning, especially on secondary routes. Salt-based treatments are largely ineffective when temperatures drop below 20 degrees. VDOT urges extreme caution for citizens who must drive before conditions improve.


VDOT: The snow has stopped, but road crews hard at work

The snow has stopped in the Shenandoah Valley but Virginia Department of Transportation crews are still at it, clearing and treating roads throughout the region. Travel is still not advised in the area since a layer of ice is still on many roadways.


VDOT: Snow blankets roads in Shenandoah Valley

Moderate to heavy snowfall is covering roads throughout the Shenandoah Valley. Most areas have already seen 2-4 inches of accumulation, and the snow is expected to continue through Monday evening.


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VDOT: Crews, sun clearing roads

A lot of work from VDOT plow drivers and some help from mother nature is helping to clear many roadways in the Shenandoah Valley. As roads are plowed and temperatures rise, conditions are quickly improving.


VDOT: Making progress with snow still falling, but most roads still covered

Roads throughout the Shenandoah Valley are snow-covered shortly before mid-day Thursday. Snowfall totals range from 10 to 18 inches, and additional accumulation is expected this afternoon. Interstate and primary routes are passable, but most secondary roads have not yet been plowed.