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  • #4 - United by sons’ addictions, women start support group
  • #5 - Two more ID’d in area drug sting


  • Our View: Man and a plan — Riley midwifed ‘template’ for growth . . .
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United by sons’ addictions, women start support group

WINCHESTER — In 1988, just one day apart, two women gave birth to sons at Winchester Medical Center. Gretta Stoneberger... Read More

Council’s goals move well beyond downtown

WINCHESTER — Twice a month, City Council makes decisions about rezoning properties, changes to city ordinances and conditional-use permits. Some might... Read More

Marker pays tribute to a Revolutionary War hero

WINCHESTER — The northern Shenandoah Valley is known for its pivotal location during the Civil War, but the area also has... Read More

Regional Chamber awards community business leaders

WINCHESTER — On a night during which the Top of Virginia Regional Chamber recognized local businesses for their community contributions,... Read More

County appears fiscally healthy

WINCHESTER — Based on data accumulated over the past several months, Frederick County’s financial outlook is bright, according to the county... Read More

EDA chief listed among ‘40 under 40’

WINCHESTER — Patrick Barker, executive director for the Frederick County Economic Development Authority, was a recipient of a “40 under 40”... Read More

Comstock visits STARBASE

WINCHESTER U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-10th, watched as young engineers with nicknames like Camo, Buck and Moustache put small robots through their... Read More

Essay stands out in a field of 999

Police probe town house break-in

Two more ID’d in area drug sting

Clarke County committee works on recreation plan

Honor guard turns to social media for help

Grant could pay dividends for town

Forever may they wave

business briefcase

First Bank named 1 of best Va. places to work


Handley boys open with 17-point run, rout James Wood 58-25

Colonel girls clamp down on Judges in 52-33 victory

Area briefs: Brisco’s 29 points lead Warriors past Eagles 51-35


Local residents rent out home as B&B

All-A Honor Rolls

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