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Day: November 2, 2021

Getting Hit With A Measuring Stick

Greetings from The Booth! The visitors booth at Day Field in Ashland, Va., was not a fun place to be this past Saturday. The Randolph-Macon Yellow Jackets used a familiar

Camping for Hunger and other ways to help the hungry

It is projected by the website Feeding America that almost 800,000 people will go without food in Virginia over 200,000 of those are children. One way to help the almost

VSP seeks information from the public regarding a hit and run

In an email from Sergeant Brent Coffey Public Information Officer of the Virginia State Police (VSP) Trooper J. Joseph is investigating a hit and run. Trooper Joseph and VSP are

VSP investigate a fatal accident involving a Front Royal man

Virginia State Police (VSP) continue to investigate a single vehicle accident that killed Front Royal resident Jeffery A. Gibson. According to an email from VSP Public Relations Director Corinne Geller
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Something to do on this election day with the WPD and the young recruit Leo

This being election day Nov. 2 and many schools and government offices are closed. The Winchester Police Department (WPD) have something for you to do according to their social media

Polls are open until 7 tonight on this election day

Election day in Virginia with voters deciding on a Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General. According to each counties’ election website there are a number of choices on the ballots

Sports: Tuesday, November 2, 2021

SU Teams In ODAC Tourneys This Week, Caps Struck By Lightning, Chiefs Survive On MNF
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Maids selected for Apple Blossom

Four young women from the area have been selected to serve as the Maids in the Court of the Queen for the upcoming Apple Blossom

25th Annual Pottery Show and Sale

The Shenandoah Potters Guild is hosting their 25th Annual Pottery Show and Sale today and tomorrow at Winchester’s War Memorial Building. There will be open

Middletown tree lighting ceremony

The Town of Middletown began their holiday celebrations yesterday with a tree lighting ceremony. The town welcomed a special guest, the 1982 NFL MVP Mark

BRWC- Pet of the Week

Blue Ridge Wildlife Center’s patient of the week was a grey tree frog. It is that time of year where many people bring in their

Choir Members Needed

The Shenandoah Valley Music Festival needs choir members, and they invite all soprano, alto, tenor, and bass volunteers to sing Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with SVMC

Camping for Hunger totals

We have exceeded last years totals thanks to so many people who donated to make this all possible. Reaching over 12 thousand in monetary donations

“They Pull Me Back In!”

Greetings from The Booth! As you prepare for your Thanksgiving feast and hopefully long weekend, a HUGE thanks to everyone who had a hand in