News Maker Shayla Rickard of FCEDA on a job fair

Frederick County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA)  is holding a job fair and employer expo on Wednesday May 25.

We spoke with the job fair employer expo organizer from the FCEDA Shayla Rickard about the event in our latest news maker.

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Shayla tells us of all the opportunities available at the event.

She also tells us there is still time to have your organization represented at the job fair employer expo.

Shayla tells us that this is also a great place for job placement assistance as well.

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Fredrick County Fugitive has been apprehended

The Frederick County Fugitive who eluded arrest in a high speed chase has been apprehended.

A release from the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office confirms that Sara Michell Cox has been arrested.

Cox was wanted on several outstanding warrants before hitting a Sheriff’s Deputy with her car to avoid arrest on Apr. 30.

After striking the officer Cox led police on a high speed chase and eluded arrest.

Cox is now facing felony assault on a law enforcement officer and felony eluding charges.

The officer who was struck was not seriously injured.

Initially Cox was being sought on felony failure to appear in court for grand larceny shoplifting and obtaining money by false pretense charges.

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News Maker Crystal Pruitt on the Serenity Garden Project

The Serenity Garden Project is taking shape for Winchester.

The project is to bring awareness to gun violence.

We spoke with Crystal Pruitt of the Kevin Riley Nonprofit Foundation who is heading up the project in our latest news maker.

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Crystal tells us about the layout of the Serenity Garden and the thought behind it.

She also tells us about a fundraiser for the garden this Sun. Apr. 15.

Crystal also tells us of the need for volunteers for the garden and future events as well.

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Click here for Crystal’s interview.

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