• #1 - At least 1 person hurt in car crash
  • #2 - Ceremony to fete family’s sale of home to historians
  • #3 - Winchester roads set to reopen soon
  • #4 - WMC set to open psychiatric unit for those 55 and older
  • #5 - Review: Laughter takes root in "Little Shop of Horrors"


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Generations of worship: Mount Carmel Baptist Church marks 150 years

WINCHESTER — As Mount Carmel Baptist Church prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary next month, its members are reflecting on its rich, vibrant history while also eyeing the future. Read More

WMC set to open psychiatric unit for those 55 and older

WINCHESTER — Behavioral Health Services on the Winchester Medical Center campus will open a 10-bed, private-room unit for people 55 and older Monday. Read More

Winchester roads set to reopen soon

WINCHESTER — Two major road projects in the city should be finished by the time city students return to school Aug. 8. Read More

Governor announces community college training grants

MIDDLETOWN — Northern Shenandoah Valley residents looking to expand their workforce skills in education, welding, skilled trades, health care and transportation will soon be able to do so at more affordable prices. Read More

Program serves Winchester’s gifted students

WINCHESTER — As a second-grader, Osvaldo Garcia didn’t want to go to school — his classes were too easy, he said. Read More

Farmers’ efforts displayed at sale

CLEAR BROOK — After spending months raising livestock to compete in the Frederick County Fair, 4-H and FFA participants saw their animals auctioned off during Friday night’s Market Lamb, Goat, Beef and Hog Sale. Read More

Ceremony to fete family’s sale of home to historians

WINCHESTER — On Monday, the historic Bell House at 106 N. Cameron St. will change owners for the first time in more than 200 years, and the public is invited to attend the key exchange. Read More

Winchester Days back to promote retailers

WINCHESTER — Winchester Main Street Foundation has brought back a downtown tradition: Winchester Days. Read More

At least 1 person hurt in car crash


Front Royal rallies to take Game 1 from Winchester Royals

Simonelli begins long road to recovery from Tommy John surgery

Area Brief: Sherando receives grant from NFL program



Frederick Fair judges share secrets on how to win a blue ribbon

Winchester Little Theatre's new season features 5 plays

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