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  • #5 - Man faces 10 to 15 years after guilty verdict in robbery

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Frederick school out front with geothermal system

WINCHESTER — The new Frederick County Middle School, scheduled to open in fall 2016 on North Frederick Pike, will be the... Read More

Ky.-based firm has  low bid for extension of Meadow Branch

WINCHESTER — The low bid to construct the 0.6-mile extension of Meadow Branch Avenue came in about $105,000 less than city... Read More

Police ID man killed in crash

Clear Brook — A Maryland man is dead after a two-vehicle crash in Frederick County late Monday night. Charles William Fuller, 42,... Read More

Police urge caution amid rash of counterfeit bills

Winchester — City police say they have been receiving reports of counterfeit money — in increasingly large denominations — for... Read More

Man faces 10 to 15 years after guilty verdict in robbery

Winchester — A local man will spend from 10 to 15 years in prison after a jury found him guilty of... Read More

Refuse centers could take hit

WINCHESTER — It’s becoming more likely that the Greenwood convenience center at 801 Greenwood Road will close. In the Frederick County Public... Read More

Valley Pike: ‘Harmy’: A football life

Search warrant served on local man in connection with killing

Snowden roadwork set to go to bid next month

After 30 years, still a comfortable way to go

Help available for Obamacare signup

BADA: No senior housing study till Area Plan updated

Forum at SU addresses heroin epidemic

LaRock responds to McAuliffe’s veto of his bills

Donors provide funding for honor guards’ needs

Info session held on biosolid permits

Little Garden Club hosts daffodil show

SPORTS HEADLINES

Sherando’s Buono brothers lead Warriors past Judges, 3-1

Johnson’s late goal lifts Handley girls

Sherando baseball routs Handley, 17-1

Point and Counterpoint (by Brian Wigley): Where should spectator interest lie?

Point and Counterpoint (by Joey Gawrysiak): Where should spectator interest lie?

Area briefs: SU baseball defeats EMU

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