WINCHESTER — With the coronavirus pandemic sending the economy into free fall, the Frederick County Board of Supervisors is considering giving $2.8 million less to the school division.
BERRYVILLE — It’s not a traditional graduation ceremony, but the approximately 170 members of Clarke County High School’s Class of 2020 are still grateful to have a little bit of pomp and circumstance to acknowledge their accomplishments amid the coronavirus pandemic
WINCHESTER — Frederick County is eligible for nearly $7.8 million in federal coronavirus relief money, but the funding comes with strings attached.
WINCHESTER — How to safely reopen Frederick County parks amid the coronavirus pandemic was discussed Tuesday by the Frederick County Parks and Recreation Commission.
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Winchester — Area overdoses and calls to suicide prevention hotlines have soared since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10th, was told during an online meeting with local drug treatment and mental health providers on Tuesday.
WINCHESTER — Fellowship Bible Church parishioners prayed, pondered biblical scripture and sang songs together this weekend as they typically do at church.
WINCHESTER — If one were to grade success, it’d likely be measured by how many A’s you’ve received. But for West Oaks Farm Market, success comes from the F’s — family, faith and farming.
WINCHESTER — Mattie’s Mobile Soft Serve owner Greg Foltz likened his business model during the COVID-19 pandemic to a plate of breakfast.
With spring high school sports canceled because of COVID-19, The Winchester Star is publishing a series of stories highlighting each spring sport. One senior from each team is being interviewed to provide their perspective. Today’s sport is boys’ tennis.
WINCHESTER — The COVID-19 pandemic devastated tourism-related revenues last month in Winchester and Frederick County.
WINCHESTER — Lizi Lewis and the staff at Special Love have learned a thing or two about resiliency.
WINCHESTER — City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to accept nearly $2.5 million from the state’s Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF).
WINCHESTER — Frederick County Public Schools Finance Director Patty Camery told the School Board on Tuesday night during its business meeting that the division could lose $2,056,000 in state funding this fiscal year because of the coronavirus pandemic. It could also save $1,057,000 from scho…
While the coronavirus has lead to the cancellation of many Memorial Day events, the towns of Middletown and Stephens City plan to livestream their Memorial Day services on Facebook this Monday.
In most places across America, there may not be mass gatherings with hats off or hands saluted this Memorial Day.
With spring high school sports canceled because of COVID-19, The Winchester Star is publishing a series of stories highlighting each spring sport. One senior from each team is being interviewed to provide their perspective. Today’s sport is softball.
BERRYVILLE — Town Recorder Harry “Jay” Arnold was elected mayor of Berryville on Tuesday.
STEPHENS CITY — People with loved ones living at Fox Trail assisted-living center in Stephens City are ready, willing and eager to look ridiculous in exchange for a hug. One woman even flew across the country to dress up like a tutu-wearing hippo and said it was one of the most moving experi…
WINCHESTER — Local Salvation Army Captain Kelly Durant estimates the organization has provided more than 15,000 meals to those in need since mid-March, when the coronavirus began impacting the community.
Shenandoah University President Tracy Fitzsimmons holds a certificate declaring that a star in the Taurus constellation will be named after SU’s Class of 2020. The announcement was part of the university’s first-ever online graduation ceremony, which was held Saturday morning. The traditiona…