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  • #1 - Family recalls standoff gunman’s mental issues, life challenges
  • #2 - Police defend handling of case
  • #3 - City man once dared to dip  Marilyn Monroe on dance floor
  • #4 - Waynesboro pulls away late to pound Royals, 11-4
  • #5 - Extended hotel living crackdown loses steam

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City man once dared to dip  Marilyn Monroe on dance floor

WINCHESTER — It wasn’t his blue suit and red tie that made Charles Pine Jr. stand out in a crowd of... Read More

Extended hotel living crackdown loses steam

WINCHESTER — City staff wants to take a step back and reassess a proposed ordinance change that would clamp down on... Read More

Family recalls standoff gunman’s mental issues, life challenges

WINCHESTER — The family of a local man who recently killed himself during a confrontation with local and State Police has... Read More

Police defend handling of case

WINCHESTER — Police Chief Kevin Sanzenbacher defended how his department has handled media inquiries about an incident that led to City... Read More

Projects, not textbooks, focus of school program

WINCHESTER Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart’s summer program is opening up new worlds to its students. Titled Adventure Avenue, the program combines project-based learning... Read More

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Town’s old school buildings could become athletic facility

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Waynesboro pulls away late to pound Royals, 11-4

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