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Stephens City’s Heritage Festival is virtual in 2021


Stephens City’s Heritage Festival is virtual in 2021

Due to COVID-19 Stephens City has already announced the cancellation of an in person Newtown Heritage Festival for the second year in a row. The almost […]

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rabies risk in strasburg

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Second dose vaccinations are set for Boyce


Second dose vaccinations are set for Boyce

Second dose vaccinations are being offered on Feb. 8 and 10 for those who received the first dose at Boyce Fire Hall Jan.11. Vaccinations are by […]

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Select CVS Pharmacies offer COVID-19 Vaccinations


Select CVS Pharmacies offer COVID-19 Vaccinations

CVS Pharmacies in Winchester, Woodstock and Harrisonburg will begin accepting appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations Tues. Feb. 9. These are for those in group 1A or 1B […]

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COVID-19 Variant found in Northwest VA.


COVID-19 Variant found in Northwest VA.

The COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 has been identified in a northwest Virginia resident. Lord Fairfax Health District Director Dr. Colin Greene reminds us that continued mask wearing, […]

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proposed budget FY21

no responses. February 3, 2021 news_three

FCPS budget proposal for 2022


FCPS budget proposal for 2022

Frederick County School (FCPS) Superintendent David Sovine presented his fiscal year 2022 budget to the School Board yesterday. In his presentation Sovine took time to praise […]

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Sen. Warner and Kaine address postal delays


Sen. Warner and Kaine address postal delays

 A Press Release From The Office of Senator Warner After hearing firsthand from hundreds of Virginians regarding continued widespread U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delays, U.S. Sens. […]

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VH separates fact from fictions on the vaccine


VH separates fact from fictions on the vaccine

In light of the conflicting information about the COVID-19 vaccine Valley Health (VH) is offing a fact vs . fiction website to answer any questions. You […]

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Roundtable focuses on evictions


Roundtable focuses on evictions

Evictions will be the focus of a virtual roundtable on Tuesday Feb. 2 from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Blue Ridge Legal Services (BRLS) will provide an […]

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VH leads the commonwealth in vaccinations


VH leads the commonwealth in vaccinations

Despite a fluctuating supply of available COVID-19 vaccine Valley Health (VH) the Lord Fairfax Health District (LFHD) and Virginia Department of Health (VDH)are currently vaccinating more […]

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VA. enacts permanent COVID-19 standards


VA. enacts permanent COVID-19 standards

Virginia enacts first in the nation permanent COVID-19 workplace safety and health standards during this pandemic. The current standards of protection like wearing mask and sanitation […]

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SU begins testing for variant strains of COVID-19


SU begins testing for variant strains of COVID-19

Shenandoah University has begun testing for variant strains of COVID-19 providing a viral outlook for Winchester Frederick County. The University’s biopharmaceutical science department have started testing […]

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Northam acknowledges frustration over vaccine rollout


Northam acknowledges frustration over vaccine rollout

By SARAH RANKIN By Associated Press | Published Jan. 28, 2021 8:30 a.m. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Facing escalating criticism over the state’s rollout of the […]

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