Shane Neitzey sat with a group of about 80 people as he listened to owners of the Warrenton Soaring Center explain during a special invitational meeting with its clientele that the company was terminating its business.
WINCHESTER -- Chris Cooley's football future may still be unclear, but that didn't prevent the former Washington Redskin and current free agent tight end from providing a lighthearted speech to those in attendance at Saturday morning's Wells Fargo Sports Breakfast.
WINCHESTER -- An Olympic marathon veteran from Great Britain and a developing young runner from Kenya, both in their first time in the event, took the top prizes in the 32nd Apple Blossom Valley Health 10K race, homed at Handley High School on Saturday.
WINCHESTER -- Johnny Newman had a solid college and NBA career and scored plenty of points. The former NBA star still enjoys sports, but what he loves to do as much as anything is to give back to others.
Greg Van Sickler went from playing baseball in Belgium to playing in Australia. The James Wood and Shenandoah University graduate has enjoyed his time in Australia so much that he's making an extended stay of it.
WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah Apple Blossom President Lou Ann Thompson announced on Thursday that Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon has joined the growing lineup of stars at the 2013 Wells Fargo Sports Breakfast.
FRONT ROYAL -- The 19th Annual Apple Blossom Pro-Am Golf Tournament at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club looked a little bit different this year, as the nine-hole White course that traditionally accompanied the Blue Nine was removed from the 18-hole event in favor of the Red course.
WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival President Lou Ann Thompson announced on Wednesday afternoon that NFL Hall of Fame defensive back Rod Woodson, a standout with both the Pittsburgh Steelers and later the Baltimore Ravens, has joined the growing lineup of sports celebrities at the 2013 Wells Fargo Sports Breakfast scheduled for Saturday morning in Winchester.
WINCHESTER -- There's plenty of work to be done to perfect Brooke Rosenberg's throwing motion. That's understandable -- four-year-olds aren't known for their accuracy, and Brooke has the advantage of having an expert in her corner.