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Read the Mid June 2020 Warren/Frederick County Report Newspaper (FREE)

Here's the Mid June 2020 Warren/Frederick County Report Newspaper (FREE)

Northam to remove Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond

Governor Ralph Northam today announced plans to remove the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee located on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia.

63 inmates, 4 staff test positive for COVID-19 at RSW Regional Jail

On Friday, May 29, 2020, a Point of Prevalence Survey was conducted at RSW Regional Jail. The PPS allowed for testing of all staff and inmates to give a better understanding of where the virus may have spread within the facility.

OPINION: “The time for reform is now”

"We as free people have an absolute right and duty to hold accountable our law enforcement officers and all government officials for their errant actions or failures to act in their official capacity and for their willful violations of the rights of our fellow citizens."

Winchester officials release statement/video ahead of planned protests

Winchester, Virginia's Mayor, Police Chief and NAACP President have released a joint statement expressing unity and a desire for peaceful protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN.

Front Royal man dies in crash on Rt. 340

A 27-year-old Front Royal, Va. man was killed Tuesday in a three-vehicle crash on Route 340 in Page County.

Gov. Northam’s COVID-19 Update – June 2, 2020

Most of Virginia enters Phase Two Friday. Good news for restaurants, gyms, pools. People can gather in groups of up to 50.

Front Royal woman charged with arson after fire in her home

A Front Royal woman has been charged with arson following a fire at the home she occupied which caused an estimated $80,000 in damage.

RSW Regional Jail: 22 inmates, 1 staff member positive for COVID-19

RSW Regional Jail has received partial results from facility-wide testing showing that 22 inmates and 1 staff member were positive for COVID-19. 37 individuals tested negative.

Medical Examiner rules death of George Floyd a homicide

The Hennepin County, MN Medical Examiner has released a report finding that George Floyd died due to a heart attack while being restrained with his neck compressed by a Minneapolis police officer.