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  • #2 - Dad again denied furlough to say goodbye to late son
  • #3 - Sparks fly over remarks at event
  • #4 - A study in (Bonnie) Blue
  • #5 - Local students win $40,000 scholarships for technical school

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Town mayor reflects as retirement nears

STEPHENS CITY — After spending nearly half her life as either a Town Council member or the mayor, Joy B. Shull-Gellner... Read More

City parking garage rates set to rise

WINCHESTER — Rates will increase to $50 per month for the city’s four downtown autoparks, effective Sept. 1, with premium spaces... Read More

Veterans reach out to at-risk youth

WINCHESTER Local Korean War Veterans got to share their life experiences with at-risk youth Thursday. Seven teens from the Timbrook House had... Read More

Mom is arrested after girl rescued

WINCHESTER — A local woman was arrested Wednesday after her 3-year-old daughter was found wandering the city’s streets alone. Stacey... Read More

Local students win $40,000 scholarships for technical school

Sparks fly over remarks at event

Dad again denied furlough to say goodbye to late son

Get your lemonade here

A study in (Bonnie) Blue

Where there’s smoke, there’s not always fire

Paving begins on road project

SPORTS HEADLINES

Royals drop 5th straight

LIFE HEADLINES

Social provides cooling tradition

Home expo comes to town

‘Poppins’ brings magic for adults and children

Five competing for Frederick County fair queen

Book lovers encouraged to sign up for bus trip to D.C. festival

Husband-wife duo to share art exhibit

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