• #1 - Watch is upgraded to WINTER STORM WARNING for Wednesday
  • #2 - Woman to pay $91,000 in embezzlement case
  • #3 - Local surgery center verdict explained
  • #4 - Fire damages home in county
  • #5 - Snow may be on the plate for Thanksgiving


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Snow may be on the plate for Thanksgiving

WINCHESTER — The first real snow of the year may be coming to the area just in time to affect Thanksgiving... Read More

Woman to pay $91,000 in embezzlement case

WINCHESTER — A West Virginia woman charged with embezzling from a local home health care company pleaded no contest to 10... Read More

City School Board votes to end  early dismissal

WINCHESTER — The city School Board on Monday voted 7-1 to eliminate early release Mondays at its four elementary schools at... Read More

Photo book details community’s history

WINCHESTER — In the early 1900s, three generations of the apple farming Grove family came together with apple pickers and other... Read More

Fire damages home in county

SHAWNEELAND — A fire at a home on Back Mountain Road Sunday night remains under investigation, according to Assistant Frederick County... Read More

Local surgery center verdict explained

WINCHESTER — A group of area physicians’ plans for bringing a private ambulatory surgery center (ASC) to the city were denied... Read More

SU, Buettner Tire pair on safety checks

Resident calls meeting over sewage

B’ville may replace old parking meters

Boyce Planning Commission endorses change on lot sizes

Musicians tune up outdoors


Marymount takes control in second half of 49-44 win to snap SU women’s basketball’s four-game winning streak

Couturiaux stepping down after guiding James Wood volleyball to new heights

Athlete Spotlight: SU soccer player Nate Long

Athlete Spotlight: SU track & field athlete Melanie Arfuso

Area brief: Legacy Christian boys basketball wins first game


Thanksgiving happenings around town

Artscape banners are going bigger

Arts Council has new interim director

Library system might purchase fewer books due to funding cuts

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