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  • #1 - One-car crash takes life of W.Va. woman
  • #2 - Winchester Little Theatre raises curtain on renovation project
  • #3 - OctoBeerfest brings taste of Germany to city’s downtown
  • #4 - A group that’s for the birds
  • #5 - Sherando battles back to beat Handley, 43-29

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Decisive battle re-enacted on ‘hallowed ground’

Middletown — “This is hallowed ground,” Civil War re-enactor David Childs said Sunday afternoon just before thousands of re-enactors took to... Read More

One-car crash takes life of W.Va. woman

GORE — A 56-year-old West Virginia woman was killed Saturday evening in Frederick County when her vehicle ran off Northwestern Pike... Read More

Winchester Little Theatre raises curtain on renovation project

WINCHESTER — Supporters of Winchester Little Theatre had good reason to celebrate during a “Plaque Splash” ceremony Sunday afternoon honoring the... Read More

OctoBeerfest brings taste of Germany to city’s downtown

WINCHESTER — The aroma of pretzels and smoked bratwurst wafted through downtown Winchester during the city’s second OctoBeerfest, held Friday evening... Read More

A group that’s for the birds

WINCHESTER — In the midst of streets and traffic and shops and restaurants, Winchester has a great place for bird watching... Read More

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Sherando battles back to beat Handley, 43-29

SVCA wins VACA North boys’ soccer title

Hunter shatters record at Third Battle Invite; Pioneer boys place 10th

McCleaf leads SU past E&H

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