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  • #1 - Trees at Quarles go up, then down
  • #2 - Local teen faces counterfeit charges
  • #3 - Winchester Post 21 dealt 7-6 loss by Stafford Nationals in 12 innings
  • #4 - Our View: 414 S. Braddock
  • #5 - National Avenue project to go to bid

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National Avenue project to go to bid

WINCHESTER — The city will hold a meeting Friday morning for construction companies interested in placing a bid to complete the... Read More

Local dry cleaner marks half a century of service

WINCHESTER — Ray DuBrueler has been helping take people to the cleaners — but at a fair price — for 50... Read More

Clarke stone circles site  to be featured on TV series

BLUEMONT — Concentric stone circles on the Blue Ridge Mountain in Clarke County, which have been dated to 10,000 B.C. —... Read More

Historic district policy delayed 

WINCHESTER — The Board of Architectural Review’s job of approving and denying the use of substitute materials for construction projects in... Read More

Local teen faces counterfeit charges

WINCHESTER — A local man was arrested Wednesday after allegedly trying to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at an area business... Read More

Program helps teachers reach kids in STEM fields

Cruz’s sentence finally official

Winchester indictments handed up for July

Trees at Quarles go up, then down

MS fundraiser a race to the finish

SPORTS HEADLINES

Winchester Post 21 dealt 7-6 loss by Stafford Nationals in 12 innings

Royals can’t hold onto lead, fall 10-8 to Strasburg in 10 innings

LIFE HEADLINES

Frederick fair brings new, old favorites

Teen runner organizes race for dad and others with MS

Engine show still going full-steam

Series to show ‘rad’ ’80s flicks

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