Frederick County

Brother, sister set to graduate from LFCC

May 11, 2017

MIDDLETOWN – A brother and sister will graduate from Lord Fairfax Community College this weekend after receiving their associate’s degrees, joining over 1,000 graduates.

SU grad ready to take on New York City

May 11, 2017

WINCHESTER – A soon-to-be Shenandoah University graduate will join over 1,000 other students as they begin the next chapter of their lives after graduation.

Souvenir can is tradition for festivalgoers

May 4, 2017

WINCHESTER– When people attend the Apple Blossom festivities, they expect to see old friends, celebrities, guest speakers and other traditions that have carried on for the 90 years of the festival. One other tradition they also expect to see are the souvenir cans produced by the Crown Cork and Seal Company in Winchester.

Organic farm wins at RISE event

April 19, 2017

MIDDLETOWN – Ali Haney, of Shenandoah Seasonal, won both the People’s Choice and Judge’s Choice awards along with over $5,000 in prize money in a “Shark Tank” TV show-like competition held this week at Lord Fairfax Community College.

LFCC ranked Virginia’s No. 2 community college

April 10, 2017

Lord Fairfax Community College has been ranked Virginia’s No. 2 community college by, an organization that ranks colleges based on careers and educational requirements.

University, battlefield foundation form partnership

April 7, 2017

Shenandoah University’s McCormick Civil War Institute and the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation announced a partnership with both groups collaborating on projects throughout the Shenandoah Valley National Historic District.

McAuliffe: Counties need to get aggressive

March 31, 2017

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah County, like many localities, needs to take an aggressive approach to economic development, Virginia’s governor said Friday.

American Woodmark breaks ground

March 31, 2017

WINCHESTER – American Woodmark broke ground Friday on a $30 million project aimed at consolidating its headquarters and local offices.

Caretaker charged in murder appears in court

March 23, 2017

WINCHESTER – Prosecutors want a judge to disqualify the public defender’s office from representing a Berryville resident accused of killing a woman in her care last June.

VDOT bans walkers, slow vehicles from Route 37

February 9, 2017

The Virginia Department of Transportation plans to impose restrictions that prohibit pedestrians, bicycles, mopeds and slow-moving vehicles from state Route 37 in Frederick County.