• #1 - Man killed in crash on Northwestern Pike
  • #2 - Man arrested in alleged sex assault
  • #3 - Frederick supervisor Collins resigns
  • #4 - Berg has an issue with bill aimed at predators
  • #5 - Lawmakers tap judges for 26th District


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  • Our View: Assembly fumbles sex-crime issue
  • Our View: Let ’em eat (some) cake . . . please
  • Open Forum: ‘Believers’ and ‘deniers’
  • Open Forum: A Lenten mea culpa?
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Man killed in crash on Northwestern Pike

WINCHESTER — A 54-year-old Frederick County man was killed Wednesday morning in a single-vehicle crash on Northwestern Pike (U.S. 50). Thomas C.... Read More

Program helps build positive connection between police, kids

WINCHESTER — A program connecting local law enforcement with area preschools is working to remove preconceived notions some preschool-aged children may... Read More

Lawmakers tap judges for 26th District

RICHMOND — Four new judges were elected Wednesday by the Virginia General Assembly to represent the northern Shenandoah Valley —... Read More

Area legislators plan on seeking  re-election in 2015

WINCHESTER — All four northern Shenandoah Valley legislators intend to seek new terms in November. Twenty-seventh District Sen. Jill Vogel, R-Upperville, and... Read More

Panel may wait on funding help for public safety staff

WINCHESTER — Several Frederick County officials agree that the Public Safety Department needs funding for additional staff. But members of the Finance... Read More

Frederick supervisor Collins resigns

WINCHESTER — Frederick County Board of Supervisors member Christopher Collins resigned from the panel Wednesday night after serving for five years. His... Read More

Frederick pupils learn of struggles faced by blacks

WINCHESTER Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African-American boy, was kidnapped and murdered for allegedly whistling at a white woman in a Mississippi store... Read More

‘Set your dreams ... and stay focused’

WINCHESTER Handley High School graduate Helen Davenport has earned two bachelor’s degrees, as well as earning a master’s and a... Read More

Man arrested in alleged sex assault

Berg has an issue with bill aimed at predators

Safety inspection fee request on hold

Vogel campaign donations outpace others

Many won’t feel utilities hike in Clarke

Pool, amphitheater top parks wish list


Handling pressure: Ravenscroft’s growth as a player key for Eagles

Area briefs: SU men’s lacrosse suffers first loss of the season


Capitol Steps to bring satire, laughs

Pancake day event highlights Slavic culture

Author shows kids mistakes are OK


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