DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Break-in at YDC being investigated
  • #2 - Councilman served with summons in alleged gun incident
  • #3 - Battlefields District rebrands after 150th
  • #4 - Comstock: New caucus shines light on STARBASE
  • #5 - Women’s World Cup win thrills fans

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Twin sisters mark 79 years together

WINCHESTER — Twins Janet and Jeanette Rhodes have seen a lot of changes through their 79 years, but one thing has... Read More

Local festivities feature lots of red, white, blue

MIDDLETOWN — Rainstorms on Saturday didn’t dampen local Independence Day festivities. Despite showers Saturday afternoon, the skies cleared in time for... Read More

PHW honors Winchester preservationists for their efforts

WINCHESTER — Various individuals and partnerships were recently recognized for their role in honoring the past with awards from Preservation of... Read More

Comstock: New caucus shines light on STARBASE

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-10th, is encouraging members of Congress to join a new Congressional STARBASE (Science and... Read More

Councilman served with summons in alleged gun incident

WINCHESTER — City Council Vice President Milt McInturff was served Friday with a misdemeanor warrant for an alleged gun incident. McInturff, 64,... Read More

Women’s World Cup win thrills fans

WINCHESTER — The United States’ 5-2 victory over Japan in the Women’s World Cup soccer final on Sunday night was the... Read More

This week’s government meetings

Battlefields District rebrands after 150th

Break-in at YDC being investigated

SPORTS HEADLINES

Area briefs — Royals rally in 9th to edge Strasburg, 8-7

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