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  • #1 - Retirement facility may lose tax-exempt status
  • #2 - Former homeless man returns as shelter volunteer
  • #3 - Duo charged in two area robberies
  • #4 - Owner helps put out blaze
  • #5 - Public weighs in on possible uses for Towers site

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Retirement facility may lose tax-exempt status

WINCHESTER — Frederick County’s Finance Committee is recommending to the Board of Supervisors that the Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury senior independent living... Read More

Former homeless man returns as shelter volunteer

WINCHESTER — Last winter, Bill Brogan spent some cold nights as a guest of the Winchester Area Temporary Thermal Shelter (WATTS)... Read More

Public weighs in on possible uses for Towers site

WINCHESTER — The first public open house regarding the city’s purchase of the Winchester Towers gave residents a forum to voice... Read More

Duo charged in two area robberies

WINCHESTER — Two Martinsburg, W.Va., residents were allegedly involved in robberies in the Winchester area on Monday and Tuesday. Thomas King, 25,... Read More

Owner helps put out blaze

BOYCE — A fire at 2822 Pyletown Road on Wednesday had been partially put out by the homeowner by the time... Read More

Bond is set in bank robbery

WINCHESTER — Frederick County General District Court Judge David S. Whitacre set a $100,000 secured bond for the man accused in... Read More

Career tours show students there is no place like home

Sexual battery of a child added to man’s burglary indictment

Community bank to buy six BOA branches

SPORTS HEADLINES

Hornets women’s basketball holds on to beat Hood 75-73, stays unbeaten on the season

Shoulder injury not keeping Colonel grad Tierney from leading Pacers volleyball to NCAA Tournament

Area brief: Millbrook’s Amos, Benner announce college plans

LIFE HEADLINES

Festival of Trees rings in holidays

Artwork and music combine to help area band

Chorale to sing Mozart music

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