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Nearly 40 nonprofits from Winchester and the counties of Clarke and Frederick gathered this fall for the inaugural Community Connect & Serve event hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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FRONT ROYAL — Co-defendants found liable by juries in the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority’s lawsuit against its former executive director must wait to see if their verdicts stick.

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Front Royal leaders approved a permit for short-term rental on Monday after another debate about town parking rules.

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A local woman recently received a $3,000 reward for giving the tip authorities say helped them crack a 2019 arson case in which a house was burned down by a Loudoun County man angry over a Confederate flag being displayed there.

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The following is a list of highway work that may affect traffic in the region during the coming weeks.

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Area Salvation Army locations have kicked off their Red Kettle Campaigns and are looking for volunteers to ring bells outside storefronts and collect donations this holiday season.

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WOODSTOCK — At a Veterans Day ceremony at the American Legion Post 199 on Friday, members of local veterans groups and cadets from Massanutten Military Academy gathered with other community members to honor the nation’s veterans.

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The Warren County Educational Endowment has awarded 18 grants for 2022 totaling $65,225 to Warren County Public Schools. The following grant programs/projects, its author, school and grant amounts were approved for funding this year:

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WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County authorities have accused three Harrisonburg men of abducting and assaulting a man and then leading law enforcement officers on a pursuit Wednesday morning.

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WOODSTOCK — A man’s charges related to an August structure fire in Shenandoah County will go to a grand jury later this month.

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Flu season struck early this year and cases are climbing, said Dr. Charles Devine III, interim health director of the Lord Fairfax Health District. But how it compares to the last several years isn’t especially clear, he said.

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When Beth McChesney was in school in the fall of 2007, 2008 and 2009, Strasburg High School’s Varsity Cheer Squad made it to the state competition all three years and won the state title twice.