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  • #1 - Woman struck by car dies of injuries
  • #2 - Local lawyer aims to be city’s chief prosecutor
  • #3 - Middletown family finds its niche in nursing field
  • #4 - Comstock honors teen who died
  • #5 - New rides, ‘crazy’ eats part of Bloom carnival

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Local growers respond to end of China apple ban

WINCHESTER — Soon, that American apple pie might actually come from China. The ban on the importation of fresh apples from China... Read More

Officials seeking federal drug designation for region

Winchester — The Northern Shenandoah Valley may soon be designated as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area by the federal government. The... Read More

Middletown family finds its niche in nursing field

WINCHESTER — For some families, it’s the police force or fire department, for others it’s the military, and for still others,... Read More

Wine event toasts start of Apple Blossom

WINCHESTER — The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival began Friday on the Loudoun Street Mall, where many wore pink and green... Read More

Cole Bros. Circus ‘starts with a roar, ends with a bang’

CLEAR BROOK The Cole Bros. Circus raises its tent on May 1 at the Frederick County Fairgrounds for a three-day run, plus... Read More

New rides, ‘crazy’ eats part of Bloom carnival

WINCHESTER If it can be deep-fried, chances are it can be found at “Crazy Deep Fried Things,” a new food booth at... Read More

Woman struck by car dies of injuries

STEPHENS CITY — The woman who was struck by a vehicle that crashed through a community center in the Autumn Glen... Read More

City Council set to review fiscal 2016 budget proposal

Comstock opens new district office in city

Local lawyer aims to be city’s chief prosecutor

Residents step up for local school

Frederick seeks change for road funding

Council may adopt policy on one-to-one meetings

Meeting moves the Winchester area a step closer to establishing drug court

Comstock honors teen who died

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SPORTS HEADLINES

Trenary’s 7 RBIs power Clarke softball past Mason, 17-7

Mason bursts past Clarke girls’ soccer, 4-1

SU baseball moves one win from ODAC title

Area briefs: Clarke County baseball upsets undefeated George Mason

LIFE HEADLINES

Classical ensemble brings back baroque

Handley Library program highlights civil rights activist

Exhibit showcases first decade of museum

Six chefs, six entrees, one meal for a cause

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