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Europeans first arrived in the area around 1729, before then the area was home to much intertribal warfare. George Washington even visited Winchester to speak with Iroquois allies during the French and Indian War. In the twentieth century Winchester was the first city located south of the Potomac river to have electric lighting. Today Winchester has a historic downtown as well as other historic sites including Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum. It also hosts the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival every year.

Population: 23585
Local Newspapers: The Winchester Star
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Shenandoah University

Zip Codes associated with winchester, virginia: 22601 22602 22603
Towns/Cities near winchester, virginia : Stephens City Boyce Berryville Strasburg Front Royal

Winchester News
This Weekend: May 18

Kidzfest will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday on the Old Town Walking Mall in Winchester. Featured will be over 60 interactive exhibits, a puppet show and Reptiles Alive performances.

This Weekend: May 11

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley will celebrate Nature Connects Family Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at 901 Amherst St., Winchester. Featured will be 13 larger-than-life Lego brick displays, music, face painting, juggling, stilt walkers and hands-on paper flower making.

Patsy Cline Museum and the wonderful women of Music City give you

Spend a couple of hours at Nashville's new Patsy Cline Museum, located in the same building that houses the Johnny Cash Museum. Spend a couple of hours at Nashville's new Patsy Cline Museum, located in the same building that houses the Johnny Cash Museum.

Chambers Back Medicaid Expansion

Local chambers of commerce, 21 in all, from Northern Virginia to Hampton Roads to Bristol, issued a joint statement Tuesday encouraging the expansion of Medicaid in Virginia. Frank Tamberrino, president and CEO of the local chamber, said Tuesday that the organization's public policy committee hasn't taken a position on the sticky legislative matter and hasn't reviewed the current expansion proposal.

'I was always hiding my face': The bizarre life of Virginia's redeemed school shooter

James Stevens, the onetime school shooter, is a member of the What's New Worship center in Winchester, Va., where he first began to tell his story of taking hostages at Fairfax County's Lake Braddock Secondary School in 1982. Buses and students load behind police lines during an evacuation after James Stevens took hostages at Lake Braddock Secondary School on Nov. 10, 1982.

Anthem Seeks Rate Increases

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, the only insurer that plans to participate in the Affordable Care Act's public health exchanges in the Northern Shenandoah Valley in 2019, is seeking rate hikes of up to nearly 12 percent for the small group market, which serves groups with fewer than 50 employees. According to documents filed Friday with the Virginia Corporation Commission, the proposed rate change is 7.2 percent, with changes by plan ranging from 2.1 to 11.9 percent.

'I was always hiding my face': The bizarre life of Virginia's redeemed school shooter

James Stevens, the onetime school shooter, is a member of the What's New Worship center in Winchester, Va., where he first began to tell his story of taking hostages at Fairfax County's Lake Braddock Secondary School in 1982.

Shenandoah University celebrates two Fulbright Award recipients

Shenandoah University's Office of Academic Affairs is proud to announce that music education major Drake Stoughton '18, of Manassas, Virginia, and global studies and Spanish alumna Niulka Franco Marin '17, of Winchester, Virginia, have received prestigious Fulbright Awards. Marin will complete an English teaching assistantship in Rosario, Argentina, while Stoughton will conduct musical research in The Hague, Netherlands.

This Weekend: May 4

The Strasburg Museum will offer free admission on Saturday to open its newest exhibit, four examples of the Willcox & Gibbs sewing machines, manufactured in 1864, 1905, 1910 and 1933. Demonstrations will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The exhibit will be on display through May 31. Sky Meadows State Park in Delaplane will host the following events from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Farmer's Forge and Settle's Kettle.

Migrants In Caravan Vow To Wait At Border Until They Are Granted Asylum

Migrants In Caravan Vow To Wait At Border Until They Are Granted Asylum After a difficult, monthlong journey from Central America to the US-Mexico border, dozens of asylum-seeking migrants are vowing to remain outside an immigration processing center until "every last one" is admitted into the country, an organizer with the caravan said late Sunday. Lawsuit Says Man Spent 18 Days In Prisoner Transport Van The trip from Winchester, Virginia, to Houston took more than two weeks in a crowded van where inmates had to urinate in bottles and take turns sleeping on the van's floor, according to a federal lawsuit.

Lawsuit: Innocent man shackled in feces-smeared van for 18 days

Edward Kovari's 18-day journey caged in the back of a private prisoner transport van began at a gas station in Winchester, Virginia, where the waiter had recently moved from Houston. As Kovari left the station's convenience store, a Virginia police officer checking out-of-state license plates informed him that his 2005 Pontiac sedan had been reported stolen in Houston.

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