By JEFF WARD
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Winchester will get a new fire truck this year after council members agreed to make the purchase after hearing a report Monday from Fire Chief Dwayne Wiggans.
Time is running out for an abandoned neighborhood house in Winchester.
Winchester City Council Monday voted to override a veto by Mayor Shon Byrum of a April 1 ordinance, changing the way employees are reimbursed for meals during out-of-town training.
Winchester City Council Monday approved an additional appropriation from EDIT (Economic Development Income Tax) funds for Gold Certification site readiness for Vision Industrial Park and to provide a forgivable loan for Deep Roots Salon as it moves to a new location.
A proposed amendment to a Winchester City Council ordinance regarding credit card usage by city employees Monday died for lack of support for a second reading.
Winchester City Council Monday heard a report on the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Next Level Trails Project recently submitted to help cover the cost of building a community bicycle and walking trail.
Winchester City Council At-Large representative, Missy Williams, has resigned from her position effective immediately. The Randolph County Republican Central Committee is working to select a replacement to serve the remainder of her council term ending in 2019.
Secret Families, a local initiative to bring area families a better holiday season, is in need of your help.
I know what you’re thinking. We screwed up the front page today! No, trust me, we didn’t. We intentionally published nothing on the front page to make a statement.