• #1 - Training center move may cost local hotels
  • #2 - Search for car provides reminder of flood safety
  • #3 - Valley woman tests positive  for Zika virus
  • #4 - Millholland plans to add personnel, equipment
  • #5 - Warrants filed for cell data


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Millholland plans to add personnel, equipment

WINCHESTER — Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland has been in office for just over a month and, in that time, he... Read More

Training center move may cost local hotels

SUMMIT POINT, W.Va. — Although the federal government is moving forward with plans to build a foreign affairs security training center... Read More

Valley woman tests positive  for Zika virus

HARRISONBURG — When McGaheysville resident Heather Baker traveled to Guatemala in November, it was like any one of her previous three... Read More

Warrants filed for cell data

WINCHESTER — Warrants were filed Wednesday in Frederick County Circuit Court for a Maryland man’s cellphone data, who allegedly... Read More

Woman enters plea in fire case

WINCHESTER — A Frederick County woman will serve two years of probation for intentionally setting fire to a trailer on her... Read More

Search for car provides reminder of flood safety

STEPHENSON — After searching the surrounding area of a low-water bridge near the Frederick and Clarke border, local authorities were unable... Read More

Clay leaving ‘enormous legacy’

BERRYVILLE — Rosetta Brown Clay loved her community. She grew up on Josephine Street, now part of Berryville, but when she... Read More

Students’ brilliance shines at science event

MIDDLETOWN — Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it helped competitors at Thursday’s Frederick County Public Schools Science Fair. “I... Read More

Community leaders gather to commemorate project

WINCHESTER — The Boys and Girls Club of the Northern Shenandoah Valley and the Timbrook House each received $1,000... Read More

‘Low probability’ of Flint water situation here

WINCHESTER — According to the city, there is a “low probability” that anything like the water quality crisis that has devastated... Read More

Area gifts help Winchester Day Preschool introduce new equipment

WINCHESTER — Thanks to the generosity of two local organizations, a group of 2-year-olds was bouncing, climbing and sliding on new... Read More


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