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  • #1 - This old house
  • #2 - Valley Health expands Ebola screening protocol
  • #3 - Winchester hands up October indictments
  • #4 - Pioneers win Conference 21 cheerleading title; James Wood and Sherando also advance to region
  • #5 - Homeless man indicted for arson

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This old house

Stephens City — In the early 19th century, a small brick building on Main Street was home to a blacksmith and... Read More

Candidate vies to make elections more competitive

WASHINGTON — Robert Sarvis, a Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate, says a vote for him is an investment in the future... Read More

Family rejoices in hunting tradition

STAR TANNERY — Stories from the past and favorite memories are the lifeblood of any close-knit family, and the Pattersons are... Read More

Berryville teen in Marine Marathon

WINCHESTER When registration for the Marine Corps Marathon closed several months ago, Michael Munn was living in a group foster home... Read More

Robert Sarvis

PARTY: Libertarian AGE: 38 OCCUPATION: Software developer and lawyer. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, Harvard University; master’s degree in math, University of Cambridge,... Read More

Homeless man indicted for arson

WINCHESTER — A homeless man, who was charged last week with vandalizing the area outside the former Taylor Hotel site in... Read More

Valley Health expands Ebola screening protocol

WINCHESTER — Emergency rooms at Valley Health’s six hospitals and its three Urgent Care centers are screening patients for possible Ebola... Read More