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  • #2 - Junior chef’s dish earns  a high-five
  • #3 - Nearly 100 runners brave snow, cold to do Turkey Trot
  • #4 - Light show comes alive in Wonderland
  • #5 - Liberty’s Gill hopes Flames can limit JMU’s offense

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Junior chef’s dish earns  a high-five

WINCHESTER —The number of contestants on Fox’s reality cooking show “MasterChef Junior” is down to six, and 9-year-old Abby Major, of... Read More

Community celebrates, shares meal

WINCHESTER — More than 300 volunteers joined in for the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner Thursday, which provides a classic Thanksgiving... Read More

Door Mouse set to end run

WINCHESTER — A hallmark of The Door Mouse, a gift shop at 116 N. Loudoun St., was a woman who sat... Read More

Bill soars for Gavis house demolition

WINCHESTER — The city’s partial demolition and stabilization of the house at 414 S. Braddock St. has topped $140,000, more... Read More

Nearly 100 runners brave snow, cold to do Turkey Trot

WINCHESTER Despite 34-degree weather and snow, nearly 100 runners participated in the Turkey Trot 5K hosted by Sacred Heart Academy on Thanksgiving... Read More

Christmas parade to close streets

Va. governor’s trees to have a local touch this holiday season

First some food, then some learning

Gathering for an early Thanksgiving meal

SPORTS HEADLINES

Liberty’s Gill hopes Flames can limit JMU’s offense

LIFE HEADLINES

Light show comes alive in Wonderland

Holiday market offers ales, cheese and crafts

Authors to sign books about art desks, Northern Virginia

Dogs and owners test teamwork and agility at trials

Events

Thrift shop marks 55 years

Religious Notes

Christmas from others’ perspectives

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