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444 families flock to C-CAP to get turkeys

WINCHESTER — Even before the sun rose Saturday morning, dozens of people were gathered outside of the Congregational-Community Action Project... Read More

TRIO students help at WATTS

WINCHESTER — On Friday night, a handful of Lord Fairfax Community College students served homeless guests at Grace Community Church. The economic... Read More

City offices closed for holiday; parade Dec. 1

WINCHESTER — Following is the city’s holiday schedule for the week of Thanksgiving: City of Winchester government offices will be closed... Read More

Apple Blossom Festival fair recruits volunteers

WINCHESTER — At a Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival volunteer fair on Saturday, people had the chance to talk with festival... Read More

Decorations delight at annual Festival of Trees

WINCHESTER Quarles Elementary third-grader Karen Piceno asked Santa for toys from the Disney movie “Frozen” at the Youth Development Center’s... Read More

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Out of the Past ... from the archives of The Winchester Star

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