• #1 - Frederick County crash sends driver to hospital
  • #2 - Woman faces additional  prison time in heroin death
  • #3 - ‘Wet weather’ may have done in manure truck
  • #4 - More options help people become new homeowners
  • #5 - City schools’ fate is up in air


  • Our View: ‘Wyatt Earp’ issue
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  • Open Forum: A nation turned away
  • Open Forum: No spare change?
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Sherando High student takes home grand prize

WINCHESTER Area students excelled at the Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair at James Madison University on March 10. Sherando High School senior... Read More

More options help people become new homeowners

STEPHENSON — Wrapping up a tour of his new house in the Snowden Bridge development, Willie Gatling said, “This is our... Read More

Candidate emerges to fill Hobert’s B’ville District seat

BERRYVILLE — Main Street resident George Archibald has become the first person to announce a run for the Berryville District seat... Read More

Woman faces additional  prison time in heroin death

HARRISONBURG — A local woman could spend an additional 15 years in prison for her involvement in the overdose death of... Read More

Science fair medalists

Sacred Heart Academy junior category Gold — Jonathan Davet, Wren MossSilver — Collin Campbell, Jacob Payne Bronze — Bryanna Racke Frederick County junior category Gold... Read More

Supervisor Staelin won’t run in Clarke

BERRYVILLE — Clarke County is losing another veteran from its Board of Supervisors. John Staelin, who represents the Millwood and Pine... Read More