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no responses. June 9, 2020 News_one

WinTran routes canceled due to COVID-19 case


WinTran routes canceled due to COVID-19 case

All WinTran routes, including paratransit, have been canceled through June 18 due to a positive COVID-19 case. The City of Winchester announced the decision yesterday in […]

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no responses. July 12, 2019 Josh Henry

Winchester Council Discusses Extending Walking Mall


Winchester Council Discusses Extending Walking Mall

Winchester’s City Council is discussing whether or not it should consider closing off a portion of Boscawen Street to expand the Loudoun Street walking mall. Winchester […]

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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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no responses. October 27, 2018 News_one

Winchester Sidewalk Repairs


Winchester Sidewalk Repairs

Winchester Public Services Director, Perry Eisenach indicated on Tuesday that it has become necessary to make temporary repairs along sidewalks throughout the city that have become […]

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no responses. November 12, 2017 Janet Michael

City of Winchester Discontinues Drought Watch


City of Winchester Discontinues Drought Watch

Due to improved conditions in the Shenandoah River, City Manager Eden Freeman has officially discontinued the Drought Watch issued in September. “Thanks to the much needed […]

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no responses. January 25, 2017 News_one

Winchester Insight Citizen’s Academy Focuses on Infrastructure and Capital Projects


Winchester Insight Citizen’s Academy Focuses on Infrastructure and Capital Projects

Thursday January 19, the third installment of this year’s Winchester Insight Citizen’s Academy was held at Rouss City Hall. This week’s class focused on the city’s […]

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no responses. April 18, 2016 News_one

Winchester to remove Oak tree at corner of Handley and Washington


Winchester to remove Oak tree at corner of Handley and Washington

WINCHESTER, VA – The City will remove a large Oak tree at the corner of Handley Boulevard and Washington Street on Monday due to safety risks. […]

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