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  • #3 - E-cigarette regulations may hurt small suppliers
  • #4 - Former salon worker faces charges of theft
  • #5 - Open Forum: Embezzlement


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Governor signs Internet-access bill

BOYCE — Virginia is suffering from a serious Internet-access gap, state officials say. Read More

Handley senior strives to advocate for mental health

WINCHESTER — Alex Bock confronted barriers only he could see during his freshman year at Handley High School. Read More

Gas prices to spur holiday road trips

WINCHESTER — Thanks to low gas prices, it is expected that 34 million Americans will travel by car over Memorial Day weekend. Read More

Sign language software earns high marks at fair

WINCHESTER — If recent accolades for Millbrook High School junior Logan Apple are a sign, iSight, the most recent app he developed, is a winner. Read More

City Council OKs $220M budget

WINCHESTER — City Council on Tuesday approved City Manager Eden Freeman’s fiscal year 2017 budget by an 8-1 vote, with Councilor Milt McInturff dissenting. Read More

Man’s death in park believed to be suicide

STEPHENS CITY — People walking through Sherando Park on Monday afternoon found a man hanging from a tree, the victim of an apparent suicide. Read More

Former salon worker faces charges of theft

WINCHESTER — A city woman was arrested Monday for allegedly stealing about $15,000 in hair care products from the salon where she worked and selling them on eBay, police said. Read More

City man to serve 2 years for sex offense

WINCHESTER — A city man was sentenced to two years in prison Tuesday for having sex with a 14-year-old girl. Read More

Winchester man arrested after allegedly exposing self downtown

WINCHESTER — A city man was arrested Monday morning for allegedly touching himself inappropriately on a city street, police said. Read More

Doctson faces grand jury on carjacking charge

WINCHESTER — A New York man charged with carjacking a woman in the parking lot of a local pharmacy will face a grand jury in Frederick County Circuit Court on June 9. Read More

Manor house lives on as bed and breakfast

BERRYVILLE — How do you convert an aging 19th-century mansion into a modern-day bed and breakfast? Read More

Valley Pike: Mother-and-son collaboration

Winchester native, "Running Man," to be memorialized in Charlottesville run

CHARLOTTESVILLE — An 8K run will be held Saturday in Charlottesville in memory of Winchester native Philip Weber III, also known as “Running Man,” who was struck and killed by a vehicle while running on Ivy Road in Charlottesville on Dec. 29. He was 55 years old. Read More


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Judges end regional drought in rout of Warriors

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