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  • #1 - Two local men arrested on drug charges
  • #2 - Gateway project plows ahead, transforms city block
  • #3 - Leadership change at American Woodmark
  • #4 - Social Security office to open at new site
  • #5 - Vince Gill concert sells out within hours of sales start

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Social Security office to open at new site

WINCHESTER — The Social Security Administration will reopen its Winchester branch office at a new location in June, the federal agency... Read More

Gateway project plows ahead, transforms city block

WINCHESTER — Nearly a month into the National Avenue Gateway Improvement Project, one of downtown’s eastern entrances has undergone the beginning... Read More

Award winner Lauer  ‘in disbelief’ of honor

STEPHENS CITY — Newly minted Sherando High School graduate Kathleen Lauer plans to study chemistry or psychology, and paying for research... Read More

Clarke grads take lessons learned wherever they travel

BERRYVILLE — With a backdrop of billowing thunderheads climbing into the sky above the Blue Ridge Mountains on Friday evening, Clarke... Read More

Sherando graduates sent forth to ‘pursue passions’

STEPHENS CITY — As Student Government Association President Sadie Crouch welcomed her fellow graduating seniors from Sherando High School’s Class of... Read More

Polk perseveres after house fire

WINCHESTER — Life hasn’t been easy for James Wood High School senior Jessica Polk, but this year has been especially challenging. Jessica,... Read More

Mental exam OK’d for mother

Winchester — An 18-year-old city woman facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of her six-month-old daughter will receive a... Read More

Hula hoop party has kids going in circles

Vince Gill concert sells out within hours of sales start

Budget bump makes room for 10 new firefighters

Two local men arrested on drug charges

Leadership change at American Woodmark

Area jobless rate remains steady

Creekside Insurance to offer 2 seminars

SPORTS HEADLINES

Handley girls fall 5-2 to Dominion in region final

Ambrosio keeps Clarke goal-oriented

LIFE HEADLINES

Clarke resident weaves patriotism and patterns into military quilt

Have lunch and make a bid at Adult Care Center’s annual fundraiser

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