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Full-time soup kitchen cook is top chef for Salvation Army

WINCHESTER — At 7:30 on weekday mornings when Joe Johnson arrives for work at the Salvation Army soup kitchen, he... Read More

Family, friends mourn teen killed in hit-and-run

WINCHESTER — A funeral for Tristan Keith Long was held Tuesday afternoon, and hundreds of people came to mourn and... Read More

Flu-like illness on rise at WMC

WINCHESTER — Winchester Medical Center is experiencing a spike in patients reporting influenza-like illnesses. “The first week of December we had... Read More

Clarke education foundation sells building

BERRYVILLE — The Clarke County Education Foundation has sold the building it owned at 16 N. Buckmarsh St., which it... Read More

‘Suspicious’ death under investigation in M’town

MIDDLETOWN — The death of a Stephens City man is being investigated by the Middletown Police Department and the Northwest Regional... Read More

Toys for Tots delivers holiday joy to children

STEPHENS CITY — The next best thing to Santa’s North Pole workshop has got to be the Marine Corps Toys for... Read More

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Area jobless rates lower in October

Capon Valley Bank parent posts higher profit in first nine months

MidAtlantic Farm Credit reports increase in third-quarter profits

SPORTS HEADLINES

Clarke boys fall to Luray 71-59

Warrior girls crush Patriots in 81-13 win

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