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Runners hit the pavement along Route 11 north of Strasburg on Tuesday morning during the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. Shown running are, from left, Matt Chimento and Holly Funkhouser, both members of the Strasburg High School track team, and Strasburg Police Department officers Wayne Sager, Mike Chimento and Scott Thompson. Winchester City and Frederick County officers started on the Loudoun Street Mall in Winchester and ran south to the Shenandoah and Frederick County line at Cedar Creek. Runners from Strasburg carried the torch from the county line to the Old Mill Grill Restaurant in town. Wednesday's leg will start in Woodstock and go to New Market. The eight-day torch run involves more than 2,000 law enforcement officers and personnel representing more than 200 law enforcement agencies across Virginia and will end in Richmond. Rich Cooley/Daily

Court temporarily blocks closure of Sweet Briar College

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Supreme Court of Virginia temporarily blocked the planned closure of 114-year-old Sweet Briar College on Tuesday, concluding that debate over the shuttering of the private school for women is “far from over.” Read more in Wednesday’s Northern Virginia Daily.

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