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I-81 speed limit will rise to 70 in Winchester area

WINCHESTER — Soon motorists on Interstate 81 near Winchester will be able to drive a little faster. The Virginia Department of Transportation... Read More

Retiring judge will soon trade gavel for fishing pole

WINCHESTER — After 24 years, Judge John E. “Jay” Wetsel Jr. will retire from the bench next year. His last... Read More

National Ave. project delayed until spring

WINCHESTER — The city has surmounted one hurdle, but a second — and last — one stands in its way... Read More

Clarke facility closing, but site may yield growth

WHITE POST — Disappointed, but optimistic. That’s how the chairman of the Clarke County Board of Supervisors felt when the Virginia... Read More

Students get reading help from local team

WINCHESTER James Wood High School varsity volleyball team members branched out of their comfort zones and read to students at Apple Pie... Read More

Area heroin death toll climbs to 28

WINCHESTER — Tyler Christian Clements’ 22-year prison sentence for supplying heroin to two local men, who later died of overdoses,... Read More

Fla. man sentenced for selling cocaine locally

2 city women indicted for selling heroin

Salvation Army gears up for big holiday programs

Suspected heroin overdose claims the life of Stephens City man, 29

Two sentenced in Clarke County break-ins

Clarke targets ‘passive’ rec plan

Open for Business: Sweet Tea Unique Finds & Redesigns

Business Briefcase

Real Estate Transfers

BB&T 3Q earnings  up 94 %

It’s all about stopping bullying — and the conga


James Wood football stops late two-point try to beat Millbrook 21-20

McDonald sets career passing record in Clarke County football’s 48-14 win over Manassas Park

Handley football falters down the stretch in 35-28 loss to Skyline

SU football ready for ‘big challenge’ from Hampden-Sydney

Area briefs: SU women’s soccer plays to 1-1 draw with Roanoke


Film Fest brings out Oscar nominees

Twenty films that are sure to entertain you

Two haunted houses: double the goosebumps

Musica Viva to sing Beatles and other classics

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