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Lord Fairfax Community College Adjunct Professor Starts Science Based Recovery Group


Lord Fairfax Community College Adjunct Professor Starts Science Based Recovery Group

Seeing a need for a secular addiction recovery option in the area, Lord Fairfax Community College Adjunct Professor Jim Graham started one himself. The psychology professor […]

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Leah Adams Murder Suspect Ages Out of Juvenile Jail Facility


Leah Adams Murder Suspect Ages Out of Juvenile Jail Facility

The juvenile suspect in the March 25 stabbing death of 19-year-old Leah Adams, on Kerfoot Avenue in Front Royal, has aged out of the Northwest Regional […]

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Shenandoah University Releases Cool Spring Battlefield Guide and Receives Grant for Permanent Exhibit


Shenandoah University Releases Cool Spring Battlefield Guide and Receives Grant for Permanent Exhibit

Shenandoah University’s McCormick Civil War Institute (CWI) recently released “Touring the Battle of Cool Spring.” The eight-page guide, which includes nine stops within the university’s Shenandoah […]

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Global Education in Winchester Public Schools


Global Education in Winchester Public Schools

In April 2016, the Handley Trust provided support for an Innovative Practices Grant to incorporate global project based learning in Winchester Public Schools.   The grant supported […]

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Randolph-Macon Academy Visited by Holocaust Survivor


Randolph-Macon Academy Visited by Holocaust Survivor

On May 10, Holocaust survivor Sam Ponczak visited Randolph-Macon Academy Middle School to share his memories of what he and his Jewish family experienced living in […]

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Two-Vehicle Accident in Frederick County Results in Ejection


Two-Vehicle Accident in Frederick County Results in Ejection

A two-vehicle accident on May 16 in Frederick County resulted in one ejection and multiple injuries. Just before 3:45pm a collision occurred on Middle Road. A […]

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Abandoned Barn and Home Catch Fire in Stephens City


Abandoned Barn and Home Catch Fire in Stephens City

Around 5:00pm on May 16, an abandoned barn caught fire on Town Run Ln, Stephens City, VA. The abandoned barn ultimately burned down and a nearby […]

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Local Sports Update: Wednesday, May 17


Local Sports Update: Wednesday, May 17

High School Baseball: Stonewall Jackson over Luray, 5-3. Warren County over Clarke County, 14-5. Central over Madison County, 3-2 (in 8 innings). High School Softball: Clarke […]

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No Clear Timeline for Winchester Towers Project


No Clear Timeline for Winchester Towers Project

Glaize Developments Inc., was chosen in January to build a hotel and conference center at the former Winchester Towers site. Officials spoke with the Economic Development Authority to […]

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Walsh Hired as Head Men’s Basketball Coach


Walsh Hired as Head Men’s Basketball Coach

WINCHESTER, Va. – Shenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Doug Zipp announced Wednesday that Adam Walsh has been hired as the Hornets new head men’s basketball […]

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Baseball Opens Versus Maritime


Baseball Opens Versus Maritime

WINCHESTER, Va. – The No. 10/10 Shenandoah University baseball team opens up the 2017 NCAA York Regional Thursday evening with a 7:45 p.m. contest against Skyline […]

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no responses. May 16, 2017 News_one

Fallen Winchester Police Officer Honored by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock


Fallen Winchester Police Officer Honored by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock

On May 15, Congresswoman Barbara Comstock honored a fallen Winchester Police Officer as part of National Police Week. While off-duty on September 11, 2016, Master Patrol […]

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