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Past articles by Shaheed:

LFCC receives $2.1 million in grant funding

The money will be used for the college’s Regional Adult Education Program. → Read More

Winchester Police Department hopefuls take part in physical exam

Winchester Police hopefuls were busy on Friday, breaking a sweat to complete their fitness test to become a member of the department. → Read More

Winchester City Council seeks public input on vehicle personal property taxes

Winchester City Council tabled the ordinance at its regular meeting on Tuesday to seek public input. → Read More

Absentee voting underway in Virginia

Voters in Virginia are less than two months away from casting ballots on Nov. 7 for the state's new governor, lt. governor, attorney general, 100 House of Delegate seats and other local offices. → Read More

Virginia State Police looking for Harpers Ferry man wanted for fleeing single-vehicle accident

Jerry Scott was allegedly driving a Toyota Camry on Route 7 at Valley Mill Sunday around 10:40 p.m., when the car went off the road into the median → Read More

Winchester City Sheriff's Office gives check to Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area

“Deputy Knowles Knows" is a book written by Sheriff Taylor, Mayor Sibert and Deputy Knowles. A portion of each sale from the book is being donated to Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area. → Read More

Protest held outside of social services office in Berryville

Organizers said they have been holding demonstrations all week outside of the town's courthouse. → Read More

Warren County Building Committee reviews plans for new fire station

At the meeting, the committee reviewed floor and site plans to replace the aging Rivermont Fire and Rescue Company #2. → Read More

UPDATE: Rouss City Hall renovations underway in Winchester

The project is expected to cost $3.5 million and is slated to be completed within one year. → Read More

Legacy Christian Academy to add gymnasium

Legacy Christian Academy, a private Christian school in Stephens City, is adding a new gym for its student body. → Read More

Winchester City Sheriff's Office Deputies now certified to administer Narcan

According to the Winchester City Sheriff's Office, in September of 2016, 19 people died from drug overdoses, and this year so far, 29 have died from overdoes. → Read More

White Post trailer park home ravaged by fire

Fire officials said that the fire was contained in less than 10 minutes. → Read More

Virginia Delegate Chris Collins holds Seersucker Fundraiser to support Laurel Center

The Laurel Center is currently packed to its capacity. → Read More

UPDATE: Winchester's new police chief holds first public open house

Newly sworn-in Winchester Police Chief John Piper held his first “Meet the Chief’ Open House for the Winchester community on Wednesday at Jim Barnett Park. → Read More

Winchester Police Officer injured by drunken man during call

Police were responding to call around 8 p.m. after a report of a drunken man following a woman to her place of work. → Read More

Front Royal man sentenced to life in prison for killing cab driver

Clay Curtis was convicted for killing cab driver Simon Funk in Dec. 2014. → Read More

Jackie Robinson Foundation CEO headlines MSV Business Forum Luncheon

Della Britton, CEO of the Jackie Robinson Foundation, gave a presentation. She spoke for about 30 minutes before regional business leaders on Thursday. → Read More

Winchester Police seize nearly two pounds of drugs, gun from city residence

Officers arrested Justin Steven Burkhardt after finding two pounds of marijuana and other items in his home in the 200-block of East Whitlock Avenue, according to a press release. → Read More

UPDATE: Deputies cleared of wrongdoing after body slamming, punching homeowner during fire

Deputies Corey Garrison and Anthony Kendra were cleared of body slamming and punching homeowner Dr. Jill Call, as she tried to enter her burning house on Aug. 3. → Read More

LFCC registered nursing program attains accreditation

The college’s nursing program is accredited until 2022. → Read More