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  • #3 - Middletown family finds its niche in nursing field
  • #4 - Comstock honors teen who died
  • #5 - New rides, ‘crazy’ eats part of Bloom carnival

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Local growers respond to end of China apple ban

WINCHESTER — Soon, that American apple pie might actually come from China. The ban on the importation of fresh apples from China... Read More

Cole Bros. Circus ‘starts with a roar, ends with a bang’

CLEAR BROOK The Cole Bros. Circus raises its tent on May 1 at the Frederick County Fairgrounds for a three-day run, plus... Read More

New rides, ‘crazy’ eats part of Bloom carnival

WINCHESTER If it can be deep-fried, chances are it can be found at “Crazy Deep Fried Things,” a new food booth at... Read More

Officials seeking federal drug designation for region

Winchester — The Northern Shenandoah Valley may soon be designated as a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area by the federal government. The... Read More

Middletown family finds its niche in nursing field

WINCHESTER — For some families, it’s the police force or fire department, for others it’s the military, and for still others,... Read More

Woman struck by car dies of injuries

STEPHENS CITY — The woman who was struck by a vehicle that crashed through a community center in the Autumn Glen... Read More

Wine event toasts start of Apple Blossom

WINCHESTER — The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival began Friday on the Loudoun Street Mall, where many wore pink and green... Read More