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Rouss City Hall Reveal

no responses. February 25, 2020 News_one

Winchester to host Rouss City Hall Reveal


Winchester to host Rouss City Hall Reveal

The City of Winchester will be hosting the Rouss City Hall Reveal tomorrow from 4 to 6 p.m. It is a unique event to celebrate the recent […]

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fiscal year 2021 budget

no responses. February 24, 2020 News_one

Strasburg church compiles book of history


Strasburg church compiles book of history

St. Paul Lutheran Church, Strasburg’s oldest church, has spent the past eight years compiling a book on the history of the church. The book is 246 […]

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Strong Men & Women of Virginia History

no responses. February 8, 2020 News_one

Five trailblazers named 2020 “Strong Men & Women of Virginia History”


Five trailblazers named 2020 “Strong Men & Women of Virginia History”

Dominion Energy and the Library of Virginia celebrated the achievements of five African American leaders during the eighth annual “Strong Men & Women in Virginia History” […]

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town offices closed to the public

no responses. March 10, 2019 News_one

Alex Rossino Book Signing At Royal Oaks Bookshop


Alex Rossino Book Signing At Royal Oaks Bookshop

On Sunday March 31st at Royal Oaks Bookshop from 1 to 4 PM author Alex Rossino will be signing copies of his book Six Days In […]

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no responses. September 9, 2018 News_one

SU’s Historic Virtual Reality Experience


SU’s Historic Virtual Reality Experience

Shenandoah University’s Center for Immersive Learning is working with the McCormick Civil War Institute as well as the Shenandoah Battlefield Foundation on a historic virtual reality […]

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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. November 7, 2017 Josh Henry

Historic Quilt and Tea Event at George Washington Hotel


Historic Quilt and Tea Event at George Washington Hotel

The Virginia Quilt Museum is pleased to announce a Comfort and Joy Quilt Turning Tea at The George Washington Hotel in Winchester. Since the inaugural event […]

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