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  • #4 - Police to check vehicles, warn drivers to keep doors locked
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Valley Health sells old hospital building

WINCHESTER — Valley Health has sold the site of the former Winchester Memorial Hospital. It announced the sale of 333 W. Cork... Read More

Juveniles arrested in local break-in

WINCHESTER — City police arrested two juveniles Monday for breaking into Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary School. The 16- and 17-year-old male... Read More

Police to check vehicles, warn drivers to keep doors locked

WINCHESTER — City police are taking a more proactive approach to patrolling the area after a flurry of recent larcenies from... Read More

Freshmen hit campus on college’s move-in day

Winchester — Gabrielle Casey moved into her new home Tuesday morning. And by 11 o’clock, she was standing in line to... Read More

Local officials defend police use of military gear

WINCHESTER — President Barack Obama is calling for the U.S. to reassess the militarization of police departments that have purchased military... Read More

SWAT team upgrades transport vehicle

WINCHESTER — After years of unreliable transportation, the city’s SWAT team has a new vehicle. The “rapid deployment vehicle” — a... Read More