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  • #5 - City sanitation fee advances

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Actor John Astin to attend Apple Blossom

Winchester — Actor John Astin will attend the May 2 coronation of his granddaughter Ali Astin... Read More

Growers scramble to protect trees, plants from spring freeze

BERRYVILLE — The frigid overnight forecast had Clarke County fruit grower Bill Mackintosh “sweating bullets” Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures were expected to... Read More

Council approves  John Kerr agreement

WINCHESTER — Discussions about a replacement building for John Kerr Elementary School began in 1987. They ended, for the most part, Tuesday... Read More

Sister pleads in Gail Smith murder

BERRYVILLE — Deborah Lynn Smith pleaded guilty Monday to knowing all along that her brother and a hired assassin killed her... Read More

City sanitation fee advances

WINCHESTER — City residents, it appears, will pay directly for garbage pickup service beginning later this year, but the rain... Read More

Clarke rejects kennel plan

BERRYVILLE — After listening to 12 local residents protest a proposed commercial kennel west of Boyce as part of a nearly... Read More

Surgical outpatient centers get support

WINCHESTER — The local health care market could open soon for doctors wanting to perform outpatient surgery. The Winchester Planning Commission voted... Read More

Mother of dead toddler faces child-endangerment charge

WINCHESTER — A local mother who allegedly pushed her toddler in a motel room, leading to her death, was indicted Tuesday... Read More

Organ sales up for debate

Ex-chef pleads guilty to charges

Valley Pike: Scouts museum: It’s worth a visit

Frederick to get updated email system

City dispatcher Yost rises above the rest

Principal post made permanent for Cooley

Officials: House fire was accident

‘... Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord’

A cheering section of one

One hurt in two-vehicle accident

A blooming good day

SPORTS HEADLINES

Millbrook’s Hartigan brothers push each other to be better

Area briefs: SU women’s lacrosse wins 6th straight

LIFE HEADLINES

Chef takes ‘life-changing trip’Cooking classes will cover special techniques from Asian countries

Garden rolls, papaya mango salad

Farmers markets opening for spring season

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