• #1 - Clarke man wins lottery with $3M winter storm ticket
  • #2 - Morning fire damages home in Winchester (Updated)
  • #3 - Charter school change concerns local officials
  • #4 - Husband and wife bring paintings alive
  • #5 - Grand jury to hear case in fraudulently getting drugs


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Frederick tax hike discussed for FY17

WINCHESTER — Frederick County Administrator Brenda Garton presented various real estate tax increase scenarios to the Board of Supervisors and county... Read More

Students ‘eat fresh’ at Subway on LFCC campus

MIDDLETOWN — A new Subway restaurant at Lord Fairfax Community College is offering students and teachers the opportunity to “eat fresh,”... Read More

Clarke man wins lottery with $3M winter storm ticket

BLUEMONT — Most people will remember Jan. 22 as the day Winter Storm Jonas started blanketing the region with feet... Read More

Charter school change concerns local officials

RICHMOND — A proposed constitutional amendment could finally get charter schools off the ground in Virginia, though it may come at... Read More

LFCC: Fairfax Hall renovations on track

MIDDLETOWN — Fairfax Hall, the original building at Lord Fairfax Community College, has greeted students, staff and visitors since 1970. A... Read More

Minchew scraps bill revising how electoral votes for president awarded

RICHMOND — Saying he doesn’t want to be perceived as trying to influence the outcome of the upcoming presidential election, 10th... Read More

Local Sears spared in round of closures

WINCHESTER — While Sears Holdings Corp. has announced it is closing about 50 stores, the one in Apple Blossom Mall isn’t... Read More

City to honor Rouss’s birthday in a building that bears his name

WINCHESTER — The legacy of one of Winchester’s most generous benefactors will be celebrated with cupcakes today at one of the... Read More

Magazine names city destination for retirees

Sally Voth WINCHESTER — The charms of the city are reaching a wider audience, thanks to a profile in Where to... Read More

City floats revisions to historic building guidelines

WINCHESTER — Rules that impose restrictions and permitting requirements on structures in the Winchester Historic District are up for revisions. At... Read More

Grand jury to hear case in fraudulently getting drugs

WINCHESTER — A city grand jury in March will hear the case of a Frederick County man who allegedly wrote fraudulent... Read More

Arnold making bid for mayor

BERRYVILLE — Town Councilman Harry “Jay” Arnold Jr. is taking the next step in a life of public service. The... Read More

Supporters of Cruz’s presidential bid to host second area rally Saturday

WINCHESTER — Area supporters of Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz, a Texas senator, are hosting another rally Saturday at the Wingate... Read More

Berryville policeman retiring after 25 years

BERRYVILLE — Berryville bid farewell to a 25-year veteran of its police force on Tuesday evening. Master Patrol Officer Joey Adams... Read More


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