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  • #1 - Winchester man hiking the AT with a purpose
  • #2 - Dolphin sculpture a tribute to man’s submarine service
  • #3 - Good music, vibes at heart of Pasture Palooza
  • #4 - Douglass Family Day an annual reason for fun
  • #5 - Comic book store still thrives after 28 years in city

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Comic book store still thrives after 28 years in city

WINCHESTER — In 1986, as Mike Kwolek was finishing up his degree in library science at James Madison University, he had... Read More

At demolition derby, drivers crash for cash

CLEAR BROOK — At the Frederick County Fair’s demolition derby on Saturday night, hundreds of people in the crowd roared and... Read More

Councilman offers personal perspective on flag debate

WINCHESTER — As the only African-American on City Council, John Hill feels a heightened responsibility as the panel considers... Read More

LFCC offering training for truck drivers

MIDDLETOWN — Professional truck driver training will be available at Lord Fairfax Community College this fall. LFCC’s Office of Workforce Solutions is... Read More

Dolphin sculpture a tribute to man’s submarine service

WINCHESTER — The four wooden dolphins leap joyously upward from the stump of an old ash tree on Senseny Road, just... Read More

Winchester man hiking the AT with a purpose

WINCHESTER — When Jim Lewis was paralyzed on his left side five years ago from multiple sclerosis (MS), he couldn’t just... Read More

Good music, vibes at heart of Pasture Palooza

BERRYVILLE — What began as a dirt field with one stage has now become a full-fledged music festival, complete with three... Read More

Douglass Family Day an annual reason for fun

WINCHESTER At the Douglass Park Family Day on Sunday, several people said the annual event at the Frederick Douglass Park in... Read More

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