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Virginia ban on holding phone while driving goes into effect Jan. 1


Virginia ban on holding phone while driving goes into effect Jan. 1

On Jan. 1, a new law will go into effect in Virginia that prohibits drivers from holding a cellphone when driving. Drivers who violate the new […]

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COVID-19 updates and closings


COVID-19 updates and closings

The latest updates as COVID-19 continues to spread across the nation and throughout Virginia. Last updated 12/15/20 at 9:19 a.m. Cases in the Lord Fairfax Health […]

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Virginia cast 13 Electoral College votes for Joe Biden


Virginia cast 13 Electoral College votes for Joe Biden

By Associated Press | Published Dec. 14, 2020 12:34 p.m. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia cast its 13 Electoral College votes for President-elect Joe Biden on […]

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SVEC encourages members to prepare for winter weather


SVEC encourages members to prepare for winter weather

The Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) is urging members to begin preparations for power outages in advance of Wednesday’s forecasted snowfall. SVEC will have extra support […]

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Valley Health to receive initial vaccine shipment today


Valley Health to receive initial vaccine shipment today

Valley Health System is receiving an initial shipment of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine today, Dec. 15, and will immediately begin vaccinating front-line healthcare workers who interact […]

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Local law enforcement issue safety tips


Local law enforcement issue safety tips

The Front Royal Police Department and other regional Law Enforcement agencies would like to remind citizens to always lock their vehicles, especially here in the holiday […]

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Valley Health prepares for COVID-19 vaccine arrival


Valley Health prepares for COVID-19 vaccine arrival

Valley Health is anticipating the arrival of an initial shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine in the next two weeks. The news comes as cases continue to […]

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Free virtual training session on Adverse Childhood Experiences set for next week


Free virtual training session on Adverse Childhood Experiences set for next week

The Northwestern Prevention Collaborative and the Prevention Department at Northwestern Community Services Board, in conjunction with community service board prevention departments from across Virginia, will offer […]

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Northam announces curfew, limits social gatherings to 10 people


Northam announces curfew, limits social gatherings to 10 people

Gov. Ralph Northam today announced new, targeted measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 as new cases and hospitalizations continue to rise in all areas of […]

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2,500 small businesses, nonprofits benefit from Rebuild VA fund


2,500 small businesses, nonprofits benefit from Rebuild VA fund

Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that the $100 million Rebuild VA economic recovery fund has awarded grants to 2,500 Virginia businesses and nonprofits whose normal operations […]

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Luray announces home holiday decorating contest


Luray announces home holiday decorating contest

The Town of Luray announced its new 2020 Home Decorating Contest-Light up Luray. All town residents are invited to enter. Homes must be decorated and lights […]

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Valley Health offers tips to manage mental health during holidays, COVID-19


Valley Health offers tips to manage mental health during holidays, COVID-19

The holiday season is stressful for many every year. This year, a global pandemic is also causing anxiety to run even higher. In addition to the […]

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