• #1 - (UPDATE 11:10 a.m.) Missing Stephens City great-grandmother is found and safe
  • #2 - Abby’s sweet surprise
  • #3 - Search is on for local missing woman, 88
  • #4 - Out of the Past ... from the archives of The Winchester Star
  • #5 - Satirists help Handley class raise $25,000


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Abby’s sweet surprise

WINCHESTER — Many teenage girls dream of having a Sweet 16 birthday party. For Abby Snider, a sophomore at Mountain View Christian... Read More

Satirists help Handley class raise $25,000

WINCHESTER — For the third year in a row, the comedy satire group the Capitol Steps returned to Handley High... Read More

Search is on for local missing woman, 88

STEPHENS CITY — An 88-year-old great-grandmother from Stephens City who is on medication for dementia has been reported missing by her... Read More

$4,000 presented to emergency responders

WINCHESTER — City emergency responders have been chosen as the beneficiaries of proceeds from last year’s Valor Awards dinner. The Top... Read More

Berg will host a meeting Saturday

MIDDLETOWN — Twenty-ninth District Del. Mark Berg, R-Frederick County, will host a town hall-style meeting Saturday in Middletown. According to a news... Read More

At recreation center, a chance to learn Mandarin

BERRYVILLE — As soon as instructor Lee-Min Ho’s Mandarin Chinese language class began on Saturday, her two pupils were as alert... Read More

Faulty line cause of Friday night power outage

WINCHESTER — A Rappahannock Electric Cooperative spokesman said Sunday that a faulty underground power line near the intersection of Millwood Pike... Read More

Authorities seek information on burglary, suspicious fire at Frederick County home

SHAWNEELAND — This week’s Crime of the Week is a burglary, vandalism and arson that occurred in the 300 block of... Read More

For many, annual festival is an Rx for good health

WINCHESTER After Rosemarie Riggleman received chemotherapy treatment last year, she developed what’s referred to as chemo brain, a cognitive impairment that... Read More

This week’s government meetings


Pioneer boys fall to Charlottesville in OT, 67-64

Black Knights rally past Millbrook girls, 48-46

Area briefs — Paul leads SU men’s lacrosse victory over Hood


Out of the Past ... from the archives of The Winchester Star

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