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  • #1 - James Wood volleyball falls to Loudoun County in 4A state finals
  • #2 - Settlement in $40M lawsuit vs. local jail
  • #3 - Our View: Anything goes?
  • #4 - School rallies for volleyball team
  • #5 - Area to get taste of craft beer as brewery business takes off

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Can city make go of events center?

WINCHESTER — The city’s plan to develop an events/conference center is a strategy that cities from Staunton to Lancaster, Pa. —... Read More

School rallies for volleyball team

WINCHESTER — Students and faculty lined the hallways of James Wood High School Friday afternoon chanting “J-W-H-S” as the school’s state... Read More

Area to get taste of craft beer as brewery business takes off

Raya Zimmerman WINCHESTER — Craft beer lovers soon won’t have to travel far to drink beer made on site, tour where... Read More

Organ donation topic of gathering

WINCHESTER — City resident Vivian Walker waited 11 days at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville to receive her... Read More

Settlement in $40M lawsuit vs. local jail

HARRISONBURG — A settlement has been reached in the $40 million lawsuit filed against the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center after... Read More

Rescued porcupine ready for release

MILLWOOD He may be nameless, and a little prickly, but the young male porcupine rescued from the median strip on Northwestern Pike... Read More

Kids learn about peer mediation

Battlefield bridge reversal hailed by preservationists

Math and science draw a crowd

Frederick County Real Estate Transfers

Business Briefcase

SPORTS HEADLINES

2A East Football Second Round: Clarke County shut down by Nottoway in 13-2 loss

4A North Football Quarterfinals: Sherando’s rally falls short in 35-24 loss to Liberty

James Wood volleyball ready to face Raiders for 4A state title

JMU football on the brink of FCS playoff berth

Area brief: SU men’s basketball notches 1st win of the year

LIFE HEADLINES

Classical improvisation on tap at The Barns

Rock Room students get ready  to rock out at Handley High School

‘Nutcracker’ will bring children’s dance to stage

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