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Winchester man allegedly shoots at neighbor

WINCHESTER — A 24-year-old city man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly fired a gun at his 40-year-old female neighbor in the 1600 block of South Braddock Street, according to Winchester Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Hall. Read More

White Post plays host to touring bicyclists

WHITE POST — About 600 bicyclists made a pit stop in the Clarke County village of White Post on Saturday as part of a Bike Virginia Century Ride. Read More

Correll: Voting for Trump against his conscience

WINCHESTER — Local defense attorney Beau Correll, who will be one of Virginia’s delegates at the Republican National Convention next month, says a federal lawsuit he filed Friday in an effort to avoid voting for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump “has been in the back of [his] head for quite some time.” Read More

Family: Candle caused fire that claimed life of Frederick man

STEPHENSON — The sister-in-law of the man killed in a Thursday morning fire said the blaze was started by a candle inside the mobile home where he lived at 2543 Martinsburg Pike (U.S. 11). Read More

Local recording studio's latest album a real lute

WINCHESTER — A local recording studio boasting 18 Grammy nominations — and two Grammy wins — hosted a release party for its latest album, "Barley Moon," on Friday evening at Hopscotch Coffee featuring classical lute, percussion and voice performance. Read More

Local store helps spruce up grounds of Fort Collier Civil War Center

WINCHESTER — A local historic property is getting a makeover from Lowe’s Heroes program. Read More

Event recounts sacrifice of Vermont soldiers

MIDDLETOWN — The first "Vermont at Cedar Creek" program was held over the weekend at Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, with several dozen people taking advantage of the opportunity to learn about the stand Vermonters made to preserve the Union during the Battle of Cedar Creek in 1864. Read More