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  • #2 - Middletown woman dies in crash on I-81
  • #3 - Family remembers Donald Price, city barber for nearly 60 years
  • #4 - Featured Open Houses and Yard Sales for September 22-25, 2016
  • #5 - Local auctioneer calls it a career


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VDOT projects aim to keep area roads safe

WINCHESTER — As the region’s population continues to grow and more vehicles crowd the roads, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is working to keep people safe on area roadways. Read More

Middletown woman dies in crash on I-81

2 detained in city

WINCHESTER — Two men were detained Friday afternoon following the execution of a search warrant at a home in the 1500 block of Commerce Street, police said. Read More

City asks for legal opinion on Towers demo

WINCHESTER — The city has asked for a legal opinion on whether or not the Winchester Towers can be demolished as the city Economic Development Authority would like, according to EDA member Jeff Buettner. Read More

Man arrested in alleged assault

WINCHESTER — A city man indicted by a grand jury for a June street robbery was arrested Tuesday for allegedly assaulting a woman and attempting to strangle her, police said. Read More

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Frederick County School Accreditation

GAINESBORO — Frederick County Middle School has received its 2016-17 accreditation status from the Virginia Board of Education. Read More

Family remembers Donald Price, city barber for nearly 60 years

WINCHESTER — One of the city’s most popular barbers died Sunday at the age of 79 after serving the area for nearly 60 years. Read More

Winchester Indictments

WINCHESTER — A city man who allegedly threatened a woman with knife in a thrift store dressing room was indicted by a city grand jury at its September session. Read More

City man who led police on a chase and crashed into home indicted

WINCHESTER — A city man who in June led police on a chase through residential streets and crashed into a home before fleeing on foot was indicted Tuesday by a grand jury. Read More

Frederick County-based Melnor Inc. goes to court over infringement claim

HARRISONBURG — Frederick County-based Melnor Inc. is taking a Utah company to U.S. District Court to demand it stop accusing Melnor of infringement. Read More


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