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United Way searches for new leader

WINCHESTER — United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley is conducting a nationwide search to replace its retiring president and chief... Read More

Exchange Club gives $10,300 to benefit kids

WINCHESTER — The Exchange Club of Winchester — a 67-year-old civic organization — donated more than $10,000 Monday to local... Read More

Jury acquits teacher in Aylor touching case

WINCHESTER — A jury deliberated for 35 minutes Friday afternoon and found Brian Nguyen not guilty of six charges stemming from... Read More

Man ends up where family began in U.S.

BERRYVILLE The Rev. Daniel Garrett often notes that the 14 years he spent as pastor at Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church in... Read More

Open For Business: Blue Peacock Antiques (326 S. Braddock St., Winchester)

Who are the owners? Tanya and Scott Singleton When did you open? September 2013 What services do you provide? We sell antiques dating... Read More

Substitute previously convicted  in Stafford on assault charge

WINCHESTER — The substitute teacher acquitted on multiple sex and abduction charges Friday in Frederick County Circuit Court was sentenced to... Read More

Crack ring leader gets long sentence

HARRISONBURG — One of the leaders of an eight-person ring distributing crack in Winchester has been sentenced in U.S. District Court... Read More

Outreach program helps teens turn lives around

WINCHESTER— In 2012, 16-year-old Courtney Giron was sentenced to seven months at the Northwestern Regional Juvenile Detention Center (JDC). It was... Read More