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Fines hike on table for parking authority

WINCHESTER — The city’s Parking Authority recently implemented rate increases for monthly parkers at its four downtown garages, and now... Read More

Snowden Bridge road would link to industrial park

STEPHENSON — A nearly one-mile extension of a now dead-end road across from the Rutherford Crossing shopping center — leading... Read More

Officials: Pavilion open to public

WINCHESTER — The Taylor pavilion was christened by city staff and the project’s private developers more than a month ago.... Read More

LFCC gets $3.25M for job training

MIDDLETOWN — Lord Fairfax Community College has been awarded more than $3 million to advance its job-training programs. Vice President Joe Biden... Read More

Drills at Joint Judicial Center part of new safety measures

WINCHESTER — Monday morning’s fire alarm sounding at the Joint Judicial Center may have just been a drill, but it could... Read More

Local survivor aims to help others dealing with abuse

WINCHESTER — Joyce Stabile no longer considers herself a victim of domestic violence. “I’m a survivor,” the 57-year-old Frederick County resident... Read More