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  • #1 - Local John Deere dealership sold
  • #2 - Man faces up to 15 years in prison for Caribbean Food Store robbery
  • #3 - Meadow Branch project underway
  • #4 - Man: Debt collector violated federal law
  • #5 - State reading association taps local educator

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Froggy’s Closet offers caretakers supplies

WINCHESTER — A foster family gets an emergency call from the local Department of Social Services. Can they shelter four... Read More

Need for foster families continues to rise in area

WINCHESTER — Karon and Rick Cochran have raised their children, and he has retired from Dominion Power Co. So what prompted them... Read More

Meadow Branch project underway

WINCHESTER — A city project to extend Meadow Branch Avenue began Monday. Once completed, the extension will stretch from near Buckner Drive... Read More

Man: Debt collector violated federal law

HARRISONBURG — A Winchester collections agency is being sued in U.S. District Court for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices... Read More

Chef, yoga instructor help spice up school’s annual career fair

STEPHENS CITY — A career fair at Robert E. Aylor Middle School on Monday morning offered students insight into professional options... Read More

Sex crimes with minors nets prison time

WINCHESTER — A city man will spend two years behind bars for engaging in sexual relationships with two underage girls. Lazaro... Read More

Connections: Forty years a journalist

No tax increase in M’town’s proposed budget

Man faces up to 15 years in prison for Caribbean Food Store robbery

State reading association taps local educator

Local John Deere dealership sold

SPORTS HEADLINES

Sherando leads Amherst in rain-delayed baseball regional

Foe, weather take out Sherando in boys’ soccer regional

Clarke County girls roll into regional soccer semifinals

Sherando falls in softball regionals

Area briefs: Judges’ Wilson advances to state boys’ tennis tournament

LIFE HEADLINES

Beetle for sale

Young author pens adventures of feline

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