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  • VSP investigating use of deadly force by sheriff’s deputy

    WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) — The Virginia State Police are investigating a fatal shooting by a Frederick County Sheriff’s deputy who responded to a domestic disturbance northeast of Winchester. State police said the incident occurred Friday…

  • Virginia Girl with Cancer Gets Sweet 16 Surprise Party

    (WINCHESTER, Va.) — Throwing a surprise “Sweet 16” party in the age of cellphones and social media is no easy task. But an entire Virginia community pulled it off for a girl with cancer. The…

  • Speed limit on I-81 to increase near Winchester

    WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) — The speed limit is going up on a section of Interstate 81 near Winchester. Motorists soon will be able to drive 70 mph between mile markers 312.9 and 316.2. The current…

  • Winchester hires Geese Police to evict flock

    The Winchester Parks and Recreation Department says the geese have littered the grounds with waste and at times have acted aggressively toward out-of-town visitors.

  • Board fines 2 used car dealers in Winchester area

    WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) — A state board has fined two used car dealers in the Winchester area for violations. The Winchester Star (http://bit.ly/1pIE7SQ ) reports that the Virginia Motor Vehicle Dealer Board ordered Goldstar South…

  • Estate of Va. man killed in crane accident settle

    WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) — A settlement of more than $1.3 million has been reached in the death of a worker who was operating a crane at Rubbermaid’s Winchester plant. The Winchester Star (http://bit.ly/SXJdhX) reports that…

  • Navy Federal Credit Union to expand call center in Winchester

    Vienna-based Navy Federal Credit Union will nearly
    double the
    size of its customer call center in Winchester.

  • The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ came through Virginia

    Most of us know the Beatles\’ first-ever U.S.concert was at the Washington Coliseum, but fewer know \”Abbey Road\” and some of the band\’s other records were pressed in Winchester, Va.