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  • #1 - Family recalls driver killed  in church crash
  • #2 - Commercial site to be developed in two phases
  • #3 - Two Frederick fires force several people from homes
  • #4 - Supervisors say farewell to John Riley
  • #5 - W.Va. authorities seek city man’s extradition

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Commercial site to be developed in two phases

WINCHESTER — Plans to build a 50,000-square-foot commercial development in the city in one fell swoop have been scaled back, and... Read More

LFCC, Handley partner to offer degree program

WINCHESTER — A new program is being implemented at Handley High School that will allow students there to earn an associate... Read More

Family recalls driver killed  in church crash

STEPHENSON — The driver killed in a predawn crash into Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 2732 Martinsburg Pike (U.S. 11), on... Read More

Supervisors say farewell to John Riley

WINCHESTER — It’s rare to see all seven members of the Frederick County Board of Supervisors leave their seats during a... Read More

From bugs to lotion, students have answers

MIDDLETOWN — James Wood High School freshman Quentin Jackson plants peppers in his family’s garden each summer, only to have them... Read More

Frederick blames state on funding

WINCHESTER — The Frederick County Board of Supervisors expressed frustration at the continuing decline in state funding for public education at... Read More

Shenandoah Farms landowners seek way to pay for road upkeep

Two Frederick fires force several people from homes

W.Va. authorities seek city man’s extradition

County scouts new site for convenience center

Del. LaRock advocates cyber protection teams

Chain of Checks nets $64K for charities

Remembering benefactor John Handley

SPORTS HEADLINES

Marlins hold SU women to 26-percent shooting in 55-38 loss

Dragons have the edge at the line as Clarke boys fall 52-48

Area briefs: Sherando wins district wrestling title

LIFE HEADLINES

Vaudeville show debuts with physical comedy

Arts Council celebrates Black History Month

Follies launches kickoff party in prep for big event

Clarke band bringing heat with chili cook-off

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