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People Inc. offering SBA microloans to local small businesses


People Inc. offering SBA microloans to local small businesses

People Incorporated, a Virginia-based nonprofit, is now offering forgivable Small Business Administration (SBA) microloans to businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The SBA will make all […]

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The River 95.3 wins 6 Associated Press awards


The River 95.3 wins 6 Associated Press awards

The 2019 Virginias AP Broadcasters Awards Show was held virtually over the weekend and The River 95.3/WZRV was honored with six awards spanning several categories. Thirty-five […]

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Applications available for TVRC Community Leadership Program


Applications available for TVRC Community Leadership Program

Now until June 30, the Top of Virginia Regional Chamber will be accepting applications for its 2021 Community Leadership Program. A minimum of 25 participants who […]

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Virginia Chamber of Commerce seeks input from local business owners


Virginia Chamber of Commerce seeks input from local business owners

The Virginia Chamber of Commerce has launched a Blueprint for Getting Virginians Back to Work initiative, and is seeking input from local business owners. The blueprint […]

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Wexton legislation provides support, resources to law enforcement responding to surge of domestic violence calls


Wexton legislation provides support, resources to law enforcement responding to surge of domestic violence calls

Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton who represents Winchester City, Clarke and Frederick counties, introduced the bipartisan Domestic Violence Public Health Emergency Guidance Act to provide resources and guidance […]

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Radio Cares: Donate to combat hunger in America


Radio Cares: Donate to combat hunger in America

The River 95.3 is joining stations across the country today for Radio Cares: Feeding America Emergency Radiothon, a nationwide fundraiser to combat the impending hunger crisis […]

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Webinar series offers support, tips for business owners


Webinar series offers support, tips for business owners

In an effort to help local business owners navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lord Fairfax Small Business Development Center (LFSBDC) has teamed up with professionals to […]

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rotary fast

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Rotary clubs invite community to participate in hunger awareness event


Rotary clubs invite community to participate in hunger awareness event

The Northern Shenandoah Valley, Clarke County and Front Royal Rotary clubs invite the community to participate in Rotary Fast — an event to help raise awareness and funds […]

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Northam offers blueprint for easing public health restrictions


Northam offers blueprint for easing public health restrictions

Gov. Northam presented the Forward Virginia blueprint, which will help guide the state on when to safely begin easing public health restrictions. Phase one of easing restrictions […]

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Ban on elective surgeries extended one more week


Ban on elective surgeries extended one more week

Gov. Northam has extended the ban on elective surgeries for one more week, now lasting until May 1. This has been done to ensure that frontline […]

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DMV closure extended to at least May 11


DMV closure extended to at least May 11

As per Gov. Northam’s orders, all 75 DMV customer service centers, DMV 2 Go, DMV Connect and all 13 weigh stations will remain closed to the public […]

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Clarke County sets high-risk insurance for firefighters as a priority


Clarke County sets high-risk insurance for firefighters as a priority

The Clarke County Board of Supervisors is hoping to establish high-risk insurance for paid firefighters and medics. The high-risk insurance would allow older firefighters and medics, […]

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