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Invasive plant workshops move online


Invasive plant workshops move online

Blue Ridge PRISM, which stands for Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management, has moved its summer and fall invasive plant workshops online. The workshops will be conducted […]

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Architectural Review Board

no responses. May 28, 2020 News_one

Berryville issues bulletin on protecting water quality when reopening buildings


Berryville issues bulletin on protecting water quality when reopening buildings

The Town of Berryville Utilities Department issued a reminder to residents regarding water quality standards in buildings with low or no use.  Water usage in many […]

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Virginians required to wear face masks in public beginning Friday


Virginians required to wear face masks in public beginning Friday

Gov. Northam signed Executive Order Sixty-Three yesterday, which requires Virginians to wear face coverings in public indoor settings to help contain the spread of COVID-19. Beginning this […]

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clarke county farmers' market

no responses. May 26, 2020 News_one

Clarke County Farmers’ Market to open June 13


Clarke County Farmers’ Market to open June 13

The Clarke County Farmers’ Market 2020 Season Grand Opening is scheduled for Saturday, June 13. The market will be open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to […]

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arboretum reopening

no responses. May 22, 2020 News_one

Clarke County Humane Foundation to distribute free pet food


Clarke County Humane Foundation to distribute free pet food

Clarke County Humane Foundation volunteers will distribute pet food, free of charge, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2, at Clarke County High […]

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State police reminds Virginians to stay safe this holiday weekend


State police reminds Virginians to stay safe this holiday weekend

Virginia State Police issued a reminder to Virginians to be “safer-at-home and safer-on-the-road” this Memorial Day weekend. Traditionally the Memorial Day weekend signals the start of […]

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working cat project

no responses. May 22, 2020 News_one

SPCA introduces Working Cat Project


SPCA introduces Working Cat Project

The SPCA of Winchester, Frederick and Clarke counties announced the launch of its Working Cat Project, a pilot program designed to find non-traditional homes for non-traditional […]

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virtual town hall

no responses. May 22, 2020 News_one

Virtual town hall on safe, effective reopening of businesses to be held next week


Virtual town hall on safe, effective reopening of businesses to be held next week

The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber (TVRC) announced a virtual town hall will be held next week to discuss how businesses can reopen safely and effectively. Craig […]

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People Inc. offering rental assistance


People Inc. offering rental assistance

People Inc. is offering rental assistance to qualifying individuals in the Northern Shenandoah Valley who have been economically impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19. In order […]

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United Way NSV announces Community Impact Grant recipients


United Way NSV announces Community Impact Grant recipients

United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley (NSV) announced its board of directors approved funding recommendations for the recipients of the 2020-2021 Community Impact Grant Program. Through […]

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Northam announces new housing resources and eviction protections


Northam announces new housing resources and eviction protections

On Tuesday, Gov. Northam shared new resources to protect Virginians from eviction and support individuals who have lost their job or income due to COVID-19. StayHomeVirginia.com is […]

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Architectural Review Board

no responses. May 20, 2020 News_one

Town of Berryville elects new mayor


Town of Berryville elects new mayor

Harry “Jay” Arnold Jr. was elected as the new mayor of Berryville in yesterday’s general election. Arnold ran unopposed and will succeed Mayor Patricia Dickinson. Elected […]

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