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Winchester News has been accepted into a NewsMatch program by our fiscal sponsor, The Institute for Nonprofit News.  NewsMatch is a national collective fundraising campaign designed to assist communities in supporting public service news reporting. Individual donations to nonprofit news outlets are matched by national and local funders. The NewsMatch matching gift campaign starts in November at  www.winchesternews.org/donate.

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Send us your garden photos

Send us your garden photos

Hey, Winchester, it’s spring! And that means warm days, birds singing, trees budding and of course, gardens and gorgeous flowers. We recently asked local gardeners Charlene Band and Shannon Scott-Vernaglia to send us a few photos of how their gardens look at the moment. We would love it if

Hank Wonder returns to Ripley Chapel on April 27

Hank Wonder returns to Ripley Chapel on April 27

The following was submitted by Ripley Chapel: On Saturday, April 27, Ripley Chapel is pleased to welcome back Hank Wonder – a dynamic trio of musicians who return with their special blend of songcraft and music making, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 21 Church St. Somewhere

The Griffin wants YOUR photos

The Griffin wants YOUR photos

A few years ago, the Arthur Griffin Museum of Photography was part of a national exhibit called The Photoville Fence.  That has morphed into a different exhibit and Museum Director Crista Dix is looking for photographs from Winchester residents. For the second year, “Our Town” will assemble a collection of

Helpers Among Us — Oxfam

Helpers Among Us — Oxfam

Getting to know Winchester folks who do good work for the larger community has been the subject of this column, but this week your reporter talked with a woman who does good work for the entire world. Abby Maxman has been the director of Oxfam America since 2017, after a