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  • #1 - Agency buys FBI complex site for $4.75M
  • #2 - Law officers confirm ID of Frederick County fire victim
  • #3 - Alleged Winchester shooter denied bond
  • #4 - Correll suit seeks to bypass Trump
  • #5 - Local Hispanic leaders look to election after immigration ruling

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Shenandoah University: New leadership center's first event focuses on schools

WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University’s newly minted Center for Leadership in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors hosted its first program Monday in Davis Hall. Read More

Local Hispanic leaders look to election after immigration ruling

WINCHESTER — Many in the area’s Hispanic community will continue to be relegated to the shadows thanks to the Supreme Court’s 4-4 decision that leaves in place an appeals court ruling blocking President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration, according to one local minister. Read More

Agency buys FBI complex site for $4.75M

WINCHESTER — The U.S. General Services Administration on Thursday bought a Frederick County site for $4.75 million as the home of a future FBI central records complex. Read More

Alleged Winchester shooter denied bond

WINCHESTER — A city man arrested Saturday for allegedly shooting at his neighbor is being held without bond at the Northwestern Regional Adult Detention Center under a judge’s order Monday. Read More

Correll suit seeks to bypass Trump

WINCHESTER — The class-action complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Richmond by city attorney Carroll Boston "Beau" Correll Jr. on Friday seeks an injunction against his being charged with a state crime if he refuses to vote for Donald Trump on the first ballot at next month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Read More

Swan Avenue sidewalk project stalls in Berryville

BERRYVILLE — Replacing the sidewalk on the north side of Swan Avenue at Johnson-Williams Middle School has hit a snag, with the town facing a $50,000 shortfall. Read More

Law officers confirm ID of Frederick County fire victim

STEPHENSON — Authorities on Monday confirmed that 55-year-old David Hiett was the person killed in a Thursday morning trailer fire. Read More

Developer aims to shrink size of Middletown project

MIDDLETOWN — A representative of a planned 59-acre development southwest of and adjacent to Lord Fairfax Community College said the number of residential units might be reduced from 225 to 180. Read More

Winchester mulling financing for capital improvements

WINCHESTER — City Council will discuss issuing $7.5 million in general obligation bonds at its regular meeting today. Read More

Winchester likely to extend hours for Jim Barnett Park amenities

WINCHESTER — Operating hours will likely be extended this summer for the War Memorial Building and Active Living Center in Jim Barnett Park. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

Boys' Tennis Player of the Year: Handley's Parker Wilson

Boys' Tennis Coach the Year: Handley's Dan Jones

Boys' Tennis: All-Area First Team

Area Briefs: Nationals promote Shenandoah's Morse after one outing

LIFE HEADLINES

Kids get close to nature at Blue Ridge Wildlife Center

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