• #1 - Alleged home invader identified
  • #2 - Local man serving a 70-year prison term released early
  • #3 - Woman files $500K lawsuit for car crash
  • #4 - Felon faces gun charges
  • #5 - Millholland: Don't leave children unattended in cars


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Email: Boys & Girls Club to close temporarily

WINCHESTER — The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Shenandoah Valley is temporarily shutting down its operations in the city until it can find a new home, according to an email written by the club’s executive director, Heather Forman. Read More

Grads ready for life after high school

WINCHESTER — High school graduation marks the end of an era for some teenagers, but for some, the ceremony is a steppingstone to continue their education. Read More

Sherando graduate awarded full scholarship

STEPHENS CITY — When Sherando High School graduate Cana Curtis enters the University of Maryland this fall, she can do it without worrying about tuition. Read More

Local man serving a 70-year prison term released early

WARRENTON — More than two decades have passed since Dorothy Marshall lost her 22-year-old son, Carlos. But being able to forgive the man accused of his murder, she said, came almost immediately. Read More

Democrats celebrate Kaine as Clinton's VP

As a man who has been a governor, U.S. senator, mayor of Richmond and missionary, Tim Kaine offers Hillary Clinton a lot as a running mate, according to Frederick County resident Pam Kennedy. Read More

Alleged home invader identified

A man who allegedly barged into a home Thursday morning and was shot in the head and arm has been identified as 26-year-old Justin Allen Brannon, according to a search warrant filed in the case. Read More

Felon faces gun charges

Eleven firearms were allegedly found Tuesday at a Frederick County man’s home following a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigation, according to a search warrant filed in the case. Read More

Ruritan Club taking looks to expand, soliciting donations

The Round Hill Ruritan Club is trying to renovate and add onto its 68-year-old building. Read More

Temperatures forecast to flirt with triple digits this weekend

With temperatures forecast to reach the upper 90s for the next three days, weather and health experts are advising area residents to take precautions. Read More

Millholland: Don't leave children unattended in cars

Three Frederick County children have been found unattended in cars since Tuesday, according to Sheriff Lenny Millholland. Read More

Woman files $500K lawsuit for car crash

A woman injured in a 2012 crash on Interstate 81 in Frederick County is suing a truck driver and his company for $500,000 in U.S. District Court. Read More

Governor reappoints Power to Virginia Port Authority Board

Local management consultant Faith Power has been reappointed by Gov. Terry McAuliffe to the Virginia Port Authority Board of Commissioners for a five-year term. Read More

Raker to serve on disabilities panel

Caroline Raker can bring her personal and professional experience to her new position on the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities. Read More


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