• #1 - Frederick County woman charged in alleged drug buy
  • #2 - Police warn residents of thefts
  • #3 - Clarke being considered for mega mini golf
  • #4 - Blaze destroys mobile home
  • #5 - City searching for new tourism director


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Salvation Army honors volunteers at event

WINCHESTER — The Salvation Army Honors Dinner is an opportunity to recognize the efforts of all its volunteers; but it’s also... Read More

Elders are wiser in Adult Bee

WINCHESTER — The key to clinching an adult spelling bee is “being old and seeing a lot of words,” said David... Read More

Students snuggle with pups to relieve stress, aid seniors

WINCHESTER — What happens when puppies, bunnies and Shenandoah University students spend an afternoon together? Less stress for the students in the... Read More

City searching for new tourism director

WINCHESTER — The city intends to advertise the vacancy for the head of the Winchester-Frederick County Visitor Center by May 15... Read More

Blaze destroys mobile home

MIDDLETOWN — A man escaped a trailer fire on Ogden Lane west of Middletown Thursday morning by smashing out a window,... Read More

Police warn residents of thefts

WINCHESTER — City residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and remove valuables from them after a recent spree of... Read More

Clarke being considered for mega mini golf

SU marks horrors of Holocaust

Scholarship recipients relate stories at LFCC event honoring donors

Frederick County woman charged in alleged drug buy

SU to host program at Cool Spring site

April showers bring a different way to play


Wood baseball silences Sherando bats, 3-0

Wood softball shuts down Warriors, 4-1

Sherando girls’ soccer hammers Colonels, 5-0

Hakel signs with Potomac State; Harrell signs with Widener

Chip shots (by Walt Moody): Getting acquainted

Area briefs: Sherando boys’ soccer beats Colonels


Apple Blossom Fashions

Critters exhibit shows animals in artwork

Dinosaurs: back from extinction

Men get girly to fund parade

Clarke Library celebrates 30 years

Young worshipers find fellowship in church choir

Dove Award winners to sing at city church

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