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Festival tickets hot even with chills, rain

WINCHESTER — While its theme was “Unforgettable,” the 89th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival also could have been described as chilly. Read More

Cameron loved living as a queen

WINCHESTER — A Disney Princess-lover, Ahna Cameron was thrilled to reign as the 89th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival queen. Read More

Parade atmosphere warm despite cold

WINCHESTER — Despite overcast skies and damp, chilly weather, thousands of people lined downtown streets for Saturday afternoon’s Grand Feature Parade. Read More

Game show host Brady a kid at heart

WINCHESTER — Wayne Brady became a household name when he debuted on the TV show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” in 1998, but it wasn’t until Saturday that he achieved the honor of being Grand Marshal of the 89th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. Read More

Community braves elements for Weekend in Park

WINCHESTER — The 89th Apple Blossom Festival wrapped up Sunday with the Anthony’s Pizza Weekend in the Park. Read More

Festivities finish with fine Ford Bluegrass Festival

WINCHESTER — It was a day filled with the sounds of mandolins, banjos and guitars. Read More

Cameron a proud father, husband

WINCHESTER — Mike Seaver from the hit 1980s TV show “Growing Pains” is all grown up, but 45-year-old Kirk Cameron, who played the sitcom character, still has the cheeky grin and easy charm fans will remember. Read More

Queen’s Ball returns ‘home’

WINCHESTER — The Queen’s Ball returned to its historic roots Friday evening, taking place at the George Washington Hotel on Piccadilly Street for the first time since 1975. Read More

Area government meetings this week

SPORTS HEADLINES

Sports Breakfast: Ripken succeeding by being stubborn

Baseball still flows through Ripken

Dresser returns with program on the rise

Robinson describes his basketball odyssey

Simply Too Fast: Kenyan wins race; Shirk places 4th in men’s 10K

Chebet dominates in women’s 10K

Area Briefs: SU falls in ODAC Tournament

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