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  • #1 - City traffic circle nearing completion
  • #2 - Some locals welcome ban, others lament loss of ‘heritage’
  • #3 - Frederick County fire, rescue response times spike in 2014
  • #4 - Open Forum: Call it what it is — We must do more to limit late-term abortions
  • #5 - Abrams officially enters race

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  • Our View: Long Road ahead — Setting up for a divisive campaign
  • Open Forum: Call it what it is — We must do more to limit late-term abortions
  • Open Forum: Coach Ron Rice inspired, unified a team, a school, and a community during years at Handley
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Councilman offers personal perspective on flag debate

WINCHESTER — As the only African-American on City Council, John Hill feels a heightened responsibility as the panel considers... Read More

Frederick County fire, rescue response times spike in 2014

WINCHESTER — Frederick County first responders took an average of nearly three minutes longer to respond to emergencies in 2014 than... Read More

Abrams officially enters race

WINCHESTER — Marc Abrams officially announced Friday during a press conference on the steps of the Joint Judicial Center that he... Read More

Some locals welcome ban, others lament loss of ‘heritage’

WINCHESTER — The Civil War may have ended 150 years ago, but one of its enduring symbols continues to divide... Read More

Latino-American effort at Handley paying dividends

WINCHESTER — A program started a couple of years ago at Handley High School to help first-generation Latino-Americans will come in... Read More

Like father, like son for carnival operators

CLEAR BROOK It wasn’t the rides, fried food or gypsy-like lifestyle that lured Tom Inners to take over his more than century-old... Read More

Frederick County Fair schedule

TODAY 3 p.m. — Gates open 6 p.m. — Rides and concessions open, Stonewall Ruritan barbecue dinner, demolition derby (grandstand) 6:30 p.m.... Read More

City traffic circle nearing completion

WINCHESTER — The bells marking the start of the city’s school year should also signal that the bulk of the National... Read More

Local student among an elite group of U.S. scholarship winners

Lord Fairfax names a new V.P. of academic and student affairs

Former Wayside actress leads local theater camp

Business briefcase

Acquisitions take earnings lower at First Bank in 2Q

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Rock Harbor change has two area golf teams at different courses

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Teen aspires to be belle of the fashion world

Patsy Cline Festival brings the beats and a block party

Photography exhibit showcases prints of travels

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