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drug overdoses

no responses. July 18, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Spike in Drug Overdoses, Deaths Hits Region


Spike in Drug Overdoses, Deaths Hits Region

Seven drug overdoses have been reported by the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force in the past week, two of which proved to be […]

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murder case

no responses. July 18, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

New Arrests Made in 2017 Clarke County Murder Case


New Arrests Made in 2017 Clarke County Murder Case

The Clarke County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday (7/17/2019) that it has made arrests in an over two-year-old murder case. William Todd Anderson was murdered in his […]

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Local Law Enforcement Agencies Warn of Extreme Heat


Local Law Enforcement Agencies Warn of Extreme Heat

Local law enforcement agencies are warning the public of extreme heat hitting the region for the rest of this week. The Warren, Frederick, and Page County […]

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REC Criticized for Handling of Member Proxy Ballots


REC Criticized for Handling of Member Proxy Ballots

The Rappahannock Electric Cooperative has come under fire from a grass-roots coalition over its handling of proxy ballots for this year’s Board of Directors election. Repower […]

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proxy ballots

no responses. July 11, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

REC Accepting Applications for “The Power of Change”


REC Accepting Applications for “The Power of Change”

The Rappahannock Electric Cooperative announced Tuesday (7/9/2019) that its “The Power of Change” program is ready to support local charities and non-profit organizations. The program has […]

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valor awards

no responses. July 11, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

Nomination Period Opens for Top of VA Valor Awards


Nomination Period Opens for Top of VA Valor Awards

The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber announced Wednesday (7/10/2019) that nominations are now open for the 7th Annual Valor Awards. The Valor Awards honor public safety […]

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Funding Open for Local Violence Intervention Programs


Funding Open for Local Violence Intervention Programs

Governor Ralph Northam announced Monday (7/9/2019) that the Department of Criminal Justice Services is accepting applications from localities for grant funding for community violence intervention programs. […]

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Blue Ridge Hospice CEO to Step Down This Week


Blue Ridge Hospice CEO to Step Down This Week

The CEO and President of Blue Ridge Hospice is will be stepping down from her role this week. Constance Morrison’s resignation will be effective on Friday, […]

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Shentel Announces New Vice President


Shentel Announces New Vice President

American Woodmark’s former Chief Human Resource Officer is joining telecommunications company Shentel’s team as a Vice President. The Edinburg-based Shenandoah Telecommunications Company announced Monday, July 8, […]

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proxy ballots

no responses. July 3, 2019 Dylan Nicholls

REC Board of Directors Election Underway


REC Board of Directors Election Underway

The Rappahannock Electric Cooperative has officially begun the election process for its Board of Directors. REC operates and maintains more than 17,000 miles of power lines […]

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Bear Incident Closes Shenandoah National Park Camps


Bear Incident Closes Shenandoah National Park Camps

The Shenandoah National Park has closed some of its campsites after a bear incident. In a Sunday (6/30/2019) release, the national park warned campers that a […]

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Your Guide to Northern Shenandoah Valley Fireworks


Your Guide to Northern Shenandoah Valley Fireworks

With the Fourth of July fast approaching, around a dozen localities in the Northern Shenandoah Valley are looking forward to fireworks displays in the next five […]

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