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  • #1 - Warrant reveals details about murder-suicide
  • #2 - Injuries serious for woman hurt in fall at fair
  • #3 - Owner confirms plans for park near city’s trail
  • #4 - Handley Boulevard’s new face
  • #5 - Rash of bike thefts hits city

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Owner confirms plans for park near city’s trail

WINCHESTER — A member of the wealthy and influential Mellon family said Wednesday the city did not have a formal easement to construct a leg of the Green Circle Trail through his land at 220 E. Pall Mall St. The city trespassed on his property while doing so, he said. Read More

Warrant reveals details about murder-suicide

BERRYVILLE — A search warrant filed Wednesday by Clarke County Sheriff’s Office investigators offered new details about the apparent murder-suicide of two brothers — one of whom was a retired Fairfax County Police officer — who were found dead Monday evening at a White Post home. Read More

Forum focuses on region’s 1st drug court

WINCHESTER — About 20 people attended a public forum Wednesday evening highlighting the region’s first drug treatment court, which is set to begin its first docket Aug. 16. Read More

Injuries serious for woman hurt in fall at fair

CLEAR BROOK — The woman injured when her seat dislodged from a ride at the Frederick County Fair on Monday night apparently remained in the critical care unit Wednesday at Winchester Medical Center. Read More

Frederick Board of Supervisors mulls installing cameras on school buses

WINCHESTER — The Frederick County Board of Supervisors is considering allowing its school division to acquire and install video cameras on the outside of its school buses, to record and help enforce violations for passing a stopped school bus. Read More

Cattle call to kids at county fair

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Rash of bike thefts hits city

WINCHESTER — City police are investigating a rash of bicycle thefts, according to a Winchester Police Department news release. Read More

Handley Boulevard’s new face

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