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  • #1 - City man withdraws bid on Winchester Towers
  • #2 - SPCA thrift stores preparing to reopen
  • #3 - Community volunteer, friends, deliver big check to shelter
  • #4 - Old pals vie to be next Stephens City mayor; others are unopposed
  • #5 - City aims to preserve wetlands

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GOP candidates rally supporters in Winchester area

WINCHESTER — Two Republicans running in Tuesday’s election stopped by Winchester Wednesday morning to mobilize the faithful. Ed Gillespie, who is... Read More

‘Frozen,’ superheroes costumes of choice

WINCHESTER — The time has come again for one of the most difficult and important decisions of the year: what... Read More

Foust promises health care reform, education changes

WINCHESTER — Education and health care are among the issues Democratic 10th U.S. Congressional District candidate John Foust would focus on... Read More

Community volunteer, friends, deliver big check to shelter

WINCHESTER What are good deeds worth?  Friends of Winchester’s John Morrison answered that question with a check for more than $75,000 to... Read More

Handley applies to offer JROTC in 2015-16 year

WINCHESTER — A Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) class could be in the cards for Handley High School students for... Read More

SPCA thrift stores preparing to reopen

WINCHESTER — After being closed Monday through Wednesday, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Winchester and Frederick... Read More

Old pals vie to be next Stephens City mayor; others are unopposed

City aims to preserve wetlands

City native receives marine science honor

Sherando works to replace band outfits

City man withdraws bid on Winchester Towers

Ride ’em, Hornets

SPORTS HEADLINES

Schrank, Millbrook boys win Conference 21 cross country title

Arslan, Handley boys take 1st in Conf. 23 cross country; Judges’ girls finish 2nd

SU tops Royals in field hockey

Hornets still have a lot to play for down the stretch

LIFE HEADLINES

Burlesque, music and haunts, oh my

Dress ghoulish and dance the night away

Heritage Day celebrates Clarke’s ancestors and past

Come get your treasures appraised

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