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Furniture moved into new John Kerr school building

WINCHESTER — With less than two weeks until the anticipated completion of the new John Kerr Elementary School, furniture is being moved into the building. Read More

Police: Some Festival incidents down this year

WINCHESTER — Incidents involving lost children, crashes, driving under the influence and fights dropped from last year’s Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival to this year’s event, city police said Monday. Read More

City man seeks appeal of hospital assault charge

WINCHESTER — A city man convicted of assaulting a hospital security employee has filed an appeal in city Circuit Court, records show. Read More

Alleged attack suspect arrested

WINCHESTER — A city man was arrested Monday after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend this past weekend. Read More

Valley Avenue auto parts store robbed

WINCHESTER — Several thousand dollars in cash and merchandise were stolen from a city auto parts retailer overnight Sunday, police said. Read More

New styles boost Loudoun Stree Mall running store

WINCHESTER — Mark Stickley, the owner of Runners’ Retreat on the Loudoun Street Mall, is afraid he’s going to wake up. Read More

Owner hopes makeover buoys Scaleby Estate’s price

BOYCE — Feeling few nibbles from prospective buyers for his Scaleby Estate and Farm, owner Dick Walters has taken it off the market, hoping a major makeover will drive up its sale price. Read More