Thursday, March 04, 2021
WINCHESTER — The owner of a warehouse and office complex on Roberts Street is seeking a property rezoning that would give him more flexibility to attract tenants.
WINCHESTER — Six-year-old Ava doesn't like "nasagna," so she was a little reluctant to eat the penne pasta with Bolognese sauce served to her on Wednesday at the Kids Clubs of Northern Shenandoah Valley.
Wednesday, March 03, 2021
WINCHESTER — More than $1 million has been earmarked by the state and federal governments to help improve housing in Winchester.
WINCHESTER — One year after Winchester stopped disconnecting water and sewer service due to nonpayment of bills, City Council may start turning off the taps again.
WINCHESTER — A proposal that would have allowed Winchester residents to raise up to six chickens in their backyards won’t be presented to City Council after all.
Winchester resident Edward E. Hemenway II confessed to federal authorities that he was inside the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 attempted coup and said he and his cousin got a handshake from a Capitol police officer.
Tuesday, March 02, 2021
WINCHESTER — The two-hour and 22-minute wait between Franklin Randolph Bryson Jr. arriving at Winchester Medical Center and being admitted to the emergency department contributed to his death, according to a $3 million wrongful death lawsuit.
While January was the deadliest month for the coronavirus locally and nationally, the actual number of area deaths was even higher than reported.
WINCHESTER — AIDS Response Effort (ARE) has launched a major expansion of its free testing services for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
WINCHESTER — Five months after being proposed, city officials are still pecking away at a potential City Code change that would allow some Winchester residents to raise chickens in their backyards.
Monday, March 01, 2021
WINCHESTER —City Council has joined a growing list of government organizations seeking a way to continue honoring prominent individuals without running the risk of stirring future controversies. On Thursday, council’s Planning and Economic Development Committee discussed the possibility of c…
WINCHESTER — A local developer’s plan to give a facelift to the first block of West Boscawen Street continues to advance.
WINCHESTER — Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10th, has introduced legislation to rename the post office on the Loudoun Street Mall for country music legend Patsy Cline.
Saturday, February 27, 2021
WINCHESTER — A new nonprofit seeks to help low-income students train for well-paying jobs.
WINCHESTER — Standing a few feet apart, brothers Michael and Roger Smith of Stephens City gripped semi-automatic pistols and slowly raised them at their target.
When a boy was wounded in an accidental shooting last August on Virginia Avenue in Winchester, it was with a pistol stolen from an unlocked vehicle earlier that year, according to Winchester police.
Friday, February 26, 2021
WINCHESTER — Ten months after an independent study found the Winchester Fire and Rescue Department to be in crisis, significant strides have been made toward getting it back on track.
WINCHESTER — A person who played a key role in Winchester government may soon receive the rare tribute of having a portion of Rouss City Hall named in his honor.
Thursday, February 25, 2021
WINCHESTER — City Council has agreed to give Winchester residents a guaranteed period of time to apply for interim council appointments.
WINCHESTER — With her father in prison and her mother on drugs, Melissa Lynn Huntley got hooked on heroin at 15.
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
WINCHESTER — No one was injured in an attempted robbery of the Bo’s Xpress convenience store at 1217 Berryville Ave., which was reported to police at 8:24 p.m. Monday.
WINCHESTER — Soil underneath the historic Douglas School may need to be replaced, which could be costly, the Winchester School Board learned on Monday night.
WINCHESTER — Rouss City Hall has produced a series of videos highlighting Winchester’s rich African-American history.
WINCHESTER — Next month, the Winchester School Board will consider options to expand in-person learning to four or five days per week, according to Winchester Public Schools Superintendent Jason Van Heukelum.
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
WINCHESTER — A police pursuit Sunday from Winchester to the Clarke County line and back into Frederick County included the driver fleeing west in the eastbound lanes of the Berryville Pike (Va. 7) and colliding with two police cruisers.
WINCHESTER — Winchester Sheriff’s Office deputies will drive nurses to the homes of up to 20 homebound elderly people to vaccinate them against the coronavirus on March 8 and April 5.
WINCHESTER — Jurisdictions in the Northern Shenandoah Valley and throughout Virginia are taking part in a risk-limiting audit (RLA) of local voting machines.
Monday, February 22, 2021
WINCHESTER — A man accused of filming himself having sex with an underage girl in in 2004 was among nine people indicted by a Winchester Circuit Court grand jury Tuesday.
Saturday, February 20, 2021
WINCHESTER — On Tuesday, City Council plans to take its first step toward correcting a mistake made nearly 30 years ago.
WINCHESTER — Newly released arrest statistics from the Winchester Police Department include race and gender for the first time.