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Loyalty and longevity at Solenberger’s

“When Jack retired, I said, ‘It’s about time; I’ve been carrying you for 50 years, and my back can’t take it... Read More

City Council gives first nod for SU to request $20M in bonds

WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University plans to obtain $20 million in bonds through the Mount Jackson Economic Development Authority (EDA) to... Read More

Students can study stars in new planetarium

WINCHESTER — Handley High School students will soon be seeing stars — as well as planets, moons and galaxies, all in... Read More

Man arrested on firearm, drug charges

WINCHESTER — A city man was charged early Saturday on weapons and drug charges, police said. Edward Nathaniel Bell Jr., 18,... Read More

Local, regional banks among top in area market shares

WINCHESTER — A local, regional and national bank are the top three financial institutions in terms of market shares... Read More

Murder trial delayed to April

WINCHESTER — A jury trial for a 19-year-old city woman facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of her 6-month-old... Read More

Police investigate fatal heroin overdose

WINCHESTER — A city man who was arrested Saturday on a probation violation is believed to be connected to an overdose... Read More

Middletown to host annual tree lighting ceremony

MIDDLETOWN — Residents can kick off the holiday season Friday with the town’s annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. The... Read More

Cooper’s Jewelers has grand opening

WINCHESTER — Jewelry store owner Mark Cooper prides himself on the uniqueness of his gold and precious stone pieces. And, with the... Read More

Drum majors lead Clarke to victory

BERRYVILLE — Black magic worked in favor of the Clarke County Screamin’ Eagles Marching Band earlier this month. With its voodoo-themed... Read More

Best-selling author writing a kids’ novel

winchester — When author Jason Wright decided to tackle his first children’s manuscript, he decided to get input from his... Read More