Saturday, October 24, 2020
Name: David Stegmaier
Name: Michael K. Birchenough
WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University has had its second coronavirus outbreak on campus within a week, the university confirmed on Friday afternoon.
WINCHESTER — Due to the coronavirus pandemic, students in Winchester Public Schools can only attend in-person classes two days a week.
WINCHESTER — Local Democrats plan to have a “Ridin’ with Biden” caravan event Sunday afternoon to show support for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
WINCHESTER — The former Dollar General discount store on the Loudoun Street Mall is going on the auction block.
WINCHESTER — Local Republicans plan to hold a large rally on Sunday in support of President Donald Trump and several state and local Republican candidates running in the Nov. 3 election.
WINCHESTER — An interim superintendent was unanimously appointed by Northwestern Regional Jail Authority members on Thursday.
WINCHESTER — Bethel Lutheran Church is celebrating 200 years in the Winchester-Frederick County community.
Name: John Willingham
Name: Danielle R. Bostick
Name: Les Veach
Name: Tim Mondell
Friday, October 23, 2020
WINCHESTER — On Monday nights, several girls gather on a couch in the MD Hair Designs hair salon to discuss and develop skills that aren’t typically taught in school.
WINCHESTER — It’s not unusual to hear, “The United Way needs your help,” but this time is different.
WINCHESTER — Besides killing some 1.1 million people, including about 222,000 Americans, the coronavirus pandemic has hospitals hemorrhaging money.
WINCHESTER — Small business owners are bracing for what will be the most important holiday shopping season they’ve ever known.
Thursday, October 22, 2020
WINCHESTER — Winchester Public Schools announced this afternoon that Daniel Morgan Intermediate School will temporarily close for in-person learning until Oct. 29 over coronavirus concerns.
WINCHESTER — After a few false starts, a plan to build a major apartment complex near the campus of Shenandoah University is advancing to City Council.
WINCHESTER — People can participate in a virtual meeting Friday morning regarding improvements to Interstate 81.
WINCHESTER — A woman who has dedicated her life to helping young people is the new executive director of the Youth Development Center (YDC).
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
WINCHESTER — More than 22,000 people have already voted in the city of Winchester and Frederick and Clarke counties, according to area elections officials.
WINCHESTER — The city is about to get a stark reminder of the savagery of the COVID-19 pandemic.
WINCHESTER — The city’s Planning Commission wants to know more about a proposed housing complex near Winchester Medical Center before deciding if the development site should be rezoned.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Local elections officials and police say voter intimidation won’t be tolerated at the polls.
WINCHESTER — The debate over closing a two-block portion of Boscawen Street at its intersection with the Loudoun Street Mall has quietly come to an end.
mWINCHESTER — One of Winchester's longest-tenured civil servants has been promoted to deputy city manager.
Monday, October 19, 2020
WINCHESTER — United Way Northern Shenandoah Valley will raise money for area families today through Oct. 30 during its ALICE Awareness Week.
WINCHESTER — Wearing caps, gowns and face masks, two Shenandoah University graduates hugged each other Sunday after the first of SU’s two in-person graduation ceremonies.
Following are some of the government meetings scheduled this week: