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  • #1 - Cafe first in line for facade incentive
  • #2 - Former boys’ basketball coach Scott Mankins takes over for Chris Garber as Millbrook’s coordinator of student activities
  • #3 - Thieves target 21 cars in city
  • #4 - Business Briefcase
  • #5 - Open Forum: Playing it by ear

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Cafe first in line for facade incentive

WINCHESTER — The Chop Stick Cafe will likely be the first business to benefit from the city’s Enterprise Zone... Read More

Speakers call for increased focus  on mental health

WINCHESTER — How does a family cope with a member who is mentally ill? Wayne Drash knows. The CNN.com staff writer... Read More

Study shows community’s progress, and some needs

WINCHESTER — United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley unveiled its latest Community Impact Study on Friday, showing “positive results... Read More

Clarke taps veteran firefighter as first director

BERRYVILLE — Clarke County’s first director of Fire and Emergency Medical Services brings a wealth of experience to the post. Allen... Read More

Gavises’ lawyer seeking a delay

WINCHESTER — The attorney representing Martin and Claudette Gavis is seeking court relief to delay the city government’s planned demolition of... Read More

Thieves target 21 cars in city

WINCHESTER — Twenty-one unlocked cars in the city were entered by prospective thieves during a 12-hour period on June 19-20,... Read More

Sidewalk work on Cork begins

Teens hit street to call for peace in Middle East

Rouss fund seeks to force Milano’s out

Berryville’s expansion plans under review

Business Briefcase

Frederick County real estate transfers

SPORTS HEADLINES

Former boys’ basketball coach Scott Mankins takes over for Chris Garber as Millbrook’s coordinator of student activities

Area brief: Royals beat Aldie to snap 5-game skid

LIFE HEADLINES

Gardeners: Be aware of rose disease

Gardens inspire beauty, memory

Extension’s garden help line is a must for plant lovers

Basketball games will raise money for cancer cure

Community Bulletin Board: Help and serve the community

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