DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Winchester man’s alleged hit-and-run case heads to grand jury for decision
  • #2 - Letters to the Editor
  • #3 - Winchester police seeking Clemons’ DNA samples in alleged assault case
  • #4 - SU dance students teach children hip-hop moves
  • #5 - Our View: Rights restoration

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  • Our View: In Berryville a new day, and also a mandate?
  • Our View: Rights restoration
  • Open Forum: Climate Scare . . . Climate Care
  • Open Forum: Clouds' illusions?
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Political Cartoon
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Clarke housing nonprofit closes due to money woes

BERRYVILLE — Help with Housing has made its final home repair. Read More

SU dance students teach children hip-hop moves

WINCHESTER — The gymnasium at the Douglas Community Learning Center often stands empty and silent. But on Monday nights, the space comes alive with more than a dozen kids clapping and stomping as they learn the basics of hip-hop dance. Read More

Winchester police seeking Clemons’ DNA samples in alleged assault case

WINCHESTER — City police on Tuesday filed a warrant seeking DNA samples of a man charged in an alleged assault. Read More

Winchester man’s alleged hit-and-run case heads to grand jury for decision

WINCHESTER — The case of a city man charged in a hit-and-run incident at a Frederick County restaurant and bar will be heard by a grand jury today, court records show. Read More

Fret Shop owner getting good vibrations from its new home

WINCHESTER — The Fret Shop is settling in to its new home at 30 S. Braddock St. Read More

Landowners wary of city’s plans for corridors

WINCHESTER — City planning officials took some heat Wednesday from concerned property owners in two proposed corridor-enhancement districts, both in the city’s North End. Read More

Lawmakers sound off on votes for felons

WINCHESTER — Area state representatives took aim at Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s recent action to restore voting rights, among others, to convicted felons during a Winchester-Frederick-Clarke Republican Women’s Club luncheon Wednesday at Holiday Inn, 333 Front Royal Pike. Read More

Shawnee Canning rezoning backed

WINCHESTER — The Frederick County Planning Commission unanimously endorsed a rezoning application that would allow Shawnee Canning Co. to use a nearby vacant house for offices. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

Sherando girls continue record-setting run

Area Briefs: Tinsman, Warriors defeat Skyline

LIFE HEADLINES

Play explores love, humor and sadness of Irish family

Fair offers green gifts for mothers, gardeners

Festival has a little history, lots of beer

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