• #1 - Two brothers in White Post murder/suicide are identified
  • #2 - Man allegedly punches out window, slaps manager at Cork Street Tavern
  • #3 - Fair carnival ride use affected by fall
  • #4 - Alleged intruder moved to jail
  • #5 - Despite snug quarters, Berryville retailer offering wares


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Comstock tours science manufacturer

MIDDLETOWN — U.S. Representative Barbara Comstock, R-10th, toured Thermo Fisher Scientific clinical diagnostics facility just south of Middletown on Monday afternoon. Read More

Fair carnival ride use affected by fall

CLEAR BROOK — Fewer people were on the carnival rides at the Frederick County Fair on Tuesday, a day after a 47-year-old woman fell 40 feet from the Super Shot ride after her seat dislodged. Read More

Pride is key to family-owned funeral business

BERRYVILLE — In an era of business takeovers and mergers have become the norm, five generations of a family have managed to run Enders & Shirley Funeral Home here for more than 124 years. Read More

Resolution takes shape for city trail

WINCHESTER — City Council hastily tacked on an agenda item during Tuesday’s work session that outlined a possible agreement between Timothy Mellon and the city to finish the Town Run leg of the Green Circle Trail. Read More

Alleged intruder moved to jail

WINCHESTER — A search warrant has been filed for the medical records of a 26-year-old man who was shot twice Thursday after he allegedly barged into a Middletown home, court records show. Read More

Big collection of books for ‘little’ library in park

WINCHESTER — The city’s newest Little Free Library is stocked with hundreds of books thanks to the hard work of Sarah Ryan, a rising sixth-grader at Adm. Richard E. Byrd Middle School. Read More

Women leaders share backgrounds, tips to mold next generation

WINCHESTER — Four high-powered educational administrators shared their obstacles — failing first grade, taking the wrong job — and triumphs with about 150 young girls Tuesday during a forum at Shenandoah University’s Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business’ Stimpson Auditorium in Halpin-Harrison Hall. Read More

Thrift shop repairing fire damage

WINCHESTER — A local Salvation Army Thrift Store is still reeling from a blaze that damaged the building, located at 320 Weems Lane, in March. Read More

Valley Pike: Adventures in waiting...

Many of you know the usual author of this space had a kidney transplant on July 14 at UVA Hospital. What you may not know is that the transplant has been years in the making. Read More

Man allegedly punches out window, slaps manager at Cork Street Tavern

WINCHESTER — A city man was arrested Monday after allegedly causing a disturbance at a downtown bar and punching out one of its windows, police said. Read More

Berryville resident appointed to state security board

RICHMOND — Berryville resident Elizabeth Leffel brings her experience in toxicology to the Secure Commonwealth Panel. Read More


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McCarty named Sherando track and field coach

Royals clinch second in North Division

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