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no responses. September 19, 2019 Josh Henry

Winchester City ‘AAA’ Once Again


Winchester City ‘AAA’ Once Again

September 19, 2019 WINCHESTER – Standard & Poor’s Rating Service (S&P) once again gave the City of Winchester a AAA general obligation bond rating. It is the […]

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project connect

no responses. September 19, 2019 Josh Henry

United Way, Rubbermaid Partner for Monthly Sale


United Way, Rubbermaid Partner for Monthly Sale

September 19, 2019 WINCHESTER – United Way of the Northern Shenandoah Valley, Rubbermaid Commercial Products and the Salvation Army have partnered for monthly sale to benefit the […]

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no responses. September 9, 2019 Josh Henry

Repaving coming to Winchester Streets


Repaving coming to Winchester Streets

September 9, 2019 WINCHESTER – The City of Winchester will begin repaving several streets in the city today. The first three on the list are Shenandoah Ave. […]

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no responses. March 8, 2019 News_one

Front Royal Home Invasion


Front Royal Home Invasion

On March 03, 2019, at approximately 3:00am, the Front Royal Police Department responded to 24 W. Prospect Street for a reported disturbance. Upon arrival, it was […]

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no responses. October 28, 2018 News_one

New Utility Fee Considered In Winchester


New Utility Fee Considered In Winchester

The City of Winchester is considering a new utility fee to help pay for storm water drainage improvements as our area nears the end of one of the […]

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Zoning Ordinance

no responses. August 23, 2018 News_one

Possible Cellphone Tower In Jim Barnett Park


Possible Cellphone Tower In Jim Barnett Park

A conflicted Planning Commission for Winchester is recommending to the Winchester City Council that a conditional use permit be approved for building a 100 foot cellphone […]

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no responses. August 20, 2018 News_one

Spottswood Poles Forgotten Baseball Player Of Winchester


Spottswood Poles Forgotten Baseball Player Of Winchester

Among notable local Winchester sons and daughters such as Patsy Cline, Richard Byrd, and John Kerby is Spottswood Poles. War hero and baseball player from the […]

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Alamo Drafthouse

no responses. July 22, 2018 News_one

Memorial For Historic Lynching Victim


Memorial For Historic Lynching Victim

Members of the Winchester chapter of the NAACP are interested in marking the site of a historic lynching in Frederick County with a roadside marker or […]

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no responses. June 24, 2018 News_one

I.C.E. Needs Space For Immigrants


I.C.E. Needs Space For Immigrants

Immigration and Customs Enforcement was looking for housing in regards to detained immigrants in Virginia. The federal agency reached out to the Virginia Sheriff’s department, asking […]

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no responses. May 26, 2018 Janet Michael

Jim Barnett Park Pool Delays Opening


Jim Barnett Park Pool Delays Opening

The opening of the outdoor pool in Winchester’s Jim Barnett Park has been delayed yet again. It was originally announced that the pool would open on […]

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rabies clinic

no responses. April 10, 2018 Josh Henry

Former Frederick County Middle School to be Sold


Former Frederick County Middle School to be Sold

The Frederick County Board of Supervisors is selling the former Frederick County Middle School. The property, located at 441 Linden Drive in the City of Winchester, […]

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health equity pilot program

no responses. January 12, 2018 Janet Michael

City of Winchester to Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day


City of Winchester to Observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, January 15,2018,  the City of Winchester will follow the below schedule: City of Winchester government […]

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