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  • #2 - Parents’ suit: Children wrongfully taken
  • #3 - Bailey Madison McKee wins Frederick fair crown
  • #4 - Local couple in similar lawsuit react to ruling
  • #5 - Police searching for man in bank heist

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Swim school teaches children with autism

WINCHESTER — Parents face many challenges when raising children with special needs, and it can be especially difficult to find... Read More

Local couple in similar lawsuit react to ruling

WINCHESTER — One of the Winchester women who is part of a historic lawsuit seeking to overturn Virginia’s ban on gay... Read More

Police searching for man in bank heist

WINCHESTER — The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man who robbed the United Bank branch at 199 Front... Read More

City parks survey needs more responses

WINCHESTER — The response to the Parks and Recreation Department’s needs assessment has been quiet. Of the 3,000 randomly selected... Read More

Certified nurse aide loses her license

WINCHESTER — A Winchester woman has lost her certified nurse aide license after she acted erratically while working at a local... Read More

Bailey Madison McKee wins Frederick fair crown

CLEAR BROOK — Since being diagnosed with cluttering in first grade, Bailey Madison McKee has competed in fair pageants not only... Read More

Boyce planners give initial OK to development

BOYCE — The Boyce Planning Commission, on a 6-1 vote Monday night, gave conditional preliminary approval to... Read More

Jobs fair for veterans will be Sept. 25 at LFCC

Frederick County Parks and Recreation unveils its new logo

Parents’ suit: Children wrongfully taken

Renovations at Court Square Autopark will briefly close Kent Street entrance

Clarke’s Cooley project ahead of schedule

SPORTS HEADLINES

Royals walk their way out of playoff picture with 17-12 loss to Aldie

Area brief: SU men’s golf announces 2014-2015 schedule

LIFE HEADLINES

Chapel opens after years-long hiatus

Conference to highlight 1864 Valley campaign

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