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  • #1 - Woman charged after crashing into cemetery
  • #2 - Man: Dog saved him in bear attack
  • #3 - Hospital helps premature baby, mother get back to hometown
  • #4 - Man accused of trying to give security officer drugs at WMC
  • #5 - Frederick man set to serve  41/2 years in sex assault case

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Hospital helps premature baby, mother get back to hometown

WINCHESTER — Baby Raven has already endured a seven-week hospital stay and will never know her late father, and Thursday she... Read More

Man: Dog saved him in bear attack

MIDDLETOWN — A Staunton man is crediting his dog for saving his life after a black bear attacked him in... Read More

Planners have final say on cancer center

winchester — The site plan for Winchester Medical Center’s new 46,000-square-foot cancer treatment center likely won’t need to go before... Read More

Sailors swab the decks at Carter Hall

MILLWOOD — For 11 sailors assigned to the USS Carter Hall, Wednesday was the first time they had seen the historic... Read More

After retiring, McKew returns to city schools as a projects manager

Frederick man set to serve  41/2 years in sex assault case

Man accused of trying to give security officer drugs at WMC

Woman charged after crashing into cemetery

Costco evacuated during Freon leak

App will soon help guide walking tours in city

Shoring up the creek

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James Wood volleyball loaded for another postseason run

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Plight of wild horses onscreen

Bluegrass comes to the MSV

Mouths will water  at museum’s fifth annual TasteFest

Shenandoah Conservatory gets an organ of its own

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