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Bystander pulls boy from pool

WINCHESTER — A bystander rescued a 14-year-old boy who appeared to be drowning in the Regency Lakes community pool Monday afternoon, according to the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office. Read More

About 500 take part in 29th Loudoun Street Mile

WINCHESTER — For the third year in a row, Falls Church resident Susanna Sullivan won the women’s division of the Loudoun Street Mile. Read More

Region uses day to honor those who served

WINCHESTER — More than 250 people attended a Memorial Day service at Shenandoah Memorial Park on Monday morning to honor the men and women who died serving the United States in the armed forces. Read More

Students wrap up Handley years

WINCHESTER — John Handley High School Principal Michael Dufrene bid farewell to the Class of 2016 during commencement exercises Saturday morning in the Handley Bowl. Read More

Handley graduate Davis grateful for Star Leadership Award

WINCHESTER — Just a few minutes before receiving her high school diploma, Genevieve Claire Davis climbed the steps of John Handley High School to receive the 2016 Star Leadership Award. Read More

‘Good, old hometown parade’ highlights festival

STEPHENS CITY — Fireworks and a parade down Main Street were some of the activities that brought people to the 24th Newtown Heritage Festival. Read More

4-H team knows a thing or two about horses

WINCHESTER — Fredrick County has four champion “hippologists.” Read More