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  • #1 - City woman’s body is found in courthouse
  • #2 - Five people treated for possible rabies exposure
  • #3 - Charges dismissed in case involving dog, dead chicken
  • #4 - Plans for old 7-Eleven site on track
  • #5 - National Avenue gateway project paving begins

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Police event forges bonds, fills stomachs

WINCHESTER City residents joined forces with thousands of communities nationwide Tuesday for the 32nd annual National Night Out on the Loudoun Street... Read More

Retired forester recounts lessons of long career

WINCHESTER — For 41 years, Gerald Crowell has planted trees, advised landowners and fought forest fires in Clarke and Frederick... Read More

National Avenue gateway project paving begins

WINCHESTER — The smell of freshly poured asphalt reached Timbrook Park, where Roy Oates was seated Tuesday afternoon. Like many... Read More

City woman’s body is found in courthouse

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A 51-year-old Winchester woman was found dead Tuesday morning in a bathroom at the Berkeley County Courthouse here.... Read More

Five people treated for possible rabies exposure

GAINESBORO — Five people in Frederick County’s Gainesboro District received treatment in July for possible exposure to rabies. Dr. Charles Devine... Read More

New school in Frederick about 50 percent done

GAINESBORO — Construction on the new Frederick County Middle School is nearly 50 percent complete, according to division officials. “Everything’s smooth sailing,”... Read More

Plans for old 7-Eleven site on track

WINCHESTER — The Planning Commission has few concerns with city-based OakCrest Builders Inc.’s plans to put up nine town houses at... Read More