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  • #5 - Addicts come in all sizes, shapes

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CEO set for Day of Caring, first fundraising campaign

WINCHESTER — Nadine Pottinga, president and CEO of the United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley, has been on the job... Read More

McInturff out as vice president of City Council

WINCHESTER — Health issues convinced City Councilman Milt McInturff to resign as vice president effective Aug. 31, but he will... Read More

Now-local group pledges to ‘defend the Constitution’

WINCHESTER — While writing a book on the principles and history of constitutional militias, author and constitutional scholar Edwin Vieira Jr.... Read More

New eatery, retail planned off Tevis St.

WINCHESTER — One of the city’s main commercial corridors is undergoing further development. City-based Glaize Developments Inc. is constructing an 8,800-square-foot building,... Read More

Addicts come in all sizes, shapes

BERRYVILLE — That addiction does not discriminate based on age or economic class is a truism held throughout the drug world... Read More

State appointment reunites local official with love of history

Woman to plead guilty in heroin and crack case

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