• #1 - Police investigate fatal heroin overdose
  • #2 - Loyalty and longevity at Solenberger’s
  • #3 - Man arrested on firearm, drug charges
  • #4 - Our View: ‘Collective amnesia’
  • #5 - Students can study stars in new planetarium


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Students can study stars in new planetarium

WINCHESTER — Handley High School students will soon be seeing stars — as well as planets, moons and galaxies, all in... Read More

Local, regional banks among top in area market shares

WINCHESTER — A local, regional and national bank are the top three financial institutions in terms of market shares... Read More

Police investigate fatal heroin overdose

WINCHESTER — A city man who was arrested Saturday on a probation violation is believed to be connected to an overdose... Read More

Loyalty and longevity at Solenberger’s

“When Jack retired, I said, ‘It’s about time; I’ve been carrying you for 50 years, and my back can’t take it... Read More

City Council gives first nod for SU to request $20M in bonds

WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University plans to obtain $20 million in bonds through the Mount Jackson Economic Development Authority (EDA) to... Read More

Man arrested on firearm, drug charges

WINCHESTER — A city man was charged early Saturday on weapons and drug charges, police said. Edward Nathaniel Bell Jr., 18,... Read More

Murder trial delayed to April

WINCHESTER — A jury trial for a 19-year-old city woman facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of her 6-month-old... Read More

Middletown to host annual tree lighting ceremony

MIDDLETOWN — Residents can kick off the holiday season Friday with the town’s annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. The... Read More

Cooper’s Jewelers has grand opening

WINCHESTER — Jewelry store owner Mark Cooper prides himself on the uniqueness of his gold and precious stone pieces. And, with the... Read More

Drum majors lead Clarke to victory

BERRYVILLE — Black magic worked in favor of the Clarke County Screamin’ Eagles Marching Band earlier this month. With its voodoo-themed... Read More

Best-selling author writing a kids’ novel

winchester — When author Jason Wright decided to tackle his first children’s manuscript, he decided to get input from his... Read More

Police offer tips on how to shop safely during the holiday season

Christmas parade will close some city streets Monday night

Public invited to Blue Ridge Hunt’s Thanksgiving Day meet at Long Branch


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SU’s Payne named ODAC’s top defensive player

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