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  • #1 - Officials: New SU entrance creating safety, parking problems at city park
  • #2 - 4 firms vie to redraw school zones
  • #3 - Clarke School Board revisits some of its procedures
  • #4 - Council to look at Meadow Branch recommendations
  • #5 - WMC blood bank, planned cancer center receive gifts

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Council to look at Meadow Branch recommendations

WINCHESTER — The public apparently has plenty to say about the extension of Meadow Branch Avenue. “We’ve received more public participation, more... Read More

Christian school settles into old Gainesboro Elementary site

GAINESBORO — Winchester Academy has moved four times since it opened in 2000, but officials with the nonprofit school say their... Read More

Officials: New SU entrance creating safety, parking problems at city park

WINCHESTER — The realigned entrance to Shenandoah University from Millwood Avenue has apparently caused problems for Jim Barnett Park patrons.... Read More

WMC blood bank, planned cancer center receive gifts

4 firms vie to redraw school zones

Clarke School Board revisits some of its procedures

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