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addiction crisis western district of virginia

no responses. October 28, 2020 News_one

Shenandoah Farms Baptist Church to host 5th annual Christmas Bazaar


Shenandoah Farms Baptist Church to host 5th annual Christmas Bazaar

Shenandoah Farms Baptist Church, located at 5852 Howellsville Road in Front Royal, will host its fifth annual Christmas Bazaar next month. The event will be held […]

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bulk and appliance waste collection

no responses. October 28, 2020 News_one

Berryville to resume collection of bulk, appliance waste


Berryville to resume collection of bulk, appliance waste

The collection of bulk and appliance waste in Berryville will resume on Wednesday, Nov. 4. Collection was suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Bulk […]

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rebuild va grant program expands

no responses. October 28, 2020 News_one

Higher education institutions in Virginia to receive CARES Act funding


Higher education institutions in Virginia to receive CARES Act funding

Gov. Ralph Northam yesterday announced $116 million in CARES Act funding has been allocated to support Virginia’s institutions of higher education. Consistent with the General Assembly’s […]

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winchester leaf collection

no responses. October 28, 2020 News_one

Drive-thru light show to replace Winchester’s holiday parade


Drive-thru light show to replace Winchester’s holiday parade

The City of Winchester announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony, typically held in Old Town Winchester, has […]

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discount cat adoptions SPCA

no responses. October 27, 2020 News_one

SPCA offers discount cat adoptions


SPCA offers discount cat adoptions

The SPCA of Winchester, Frederick and Clarke counties is offering approved adopters the chance to adopt a cat for just $31. The promotion will begin today, […]

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w.w. robinson elementary

no responses. October 27, 2020 News_one

W.W. Robinson Elementary transitions to virtual learning


W.W. Robinson Elementary transitions to virtual learning

Shenandoah County Public Schools announced that effective today, W.W. Robinson Elementary School will move to entirely virtual learning until at least Nov. 9. According to the […]

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winchester leaf collection

no responses. October 27, 2020 News_one

Winchester to award third round of grants to local businesses, nonprofits


Winchester to award third round of grants to local businesses, nonprofits

The City of Winchester will be awarding grants of up to $10,000 to eligible, locally-owned businesses and nonprofit organizations that have been negatively impacted by the […]

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red kettle campaign

no responses. October 27, 2020 News_one

Salvation Army seeks volunteers for holiday season


Salvation Army seeks volunteers for holiday season

The Salvation Army Front Royal Corps is gearing up for the annual Red Kettle Campaign this holiday season and is searching for volunteers. Funds raised throughout […]

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rent mortgage and utility assistance

no responses. October 27, 2020 News_one

Clarke County announces relief program for rent, mortgage and utilities


Clarke County announces relief program for rent, mortgage and utilities

FISH of Clarke County is working with the Clarke County to administer funds from the Clarke County-FISH Rent, Mortgage, and Utilities Relief program. County residents who […]

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SU thrive guides

no responses. October 26, 2020 News_one

New mentor program helps SU students thrive on campus


New mentor program helps SU students thrive on campus

A new mentor support system this semester is helping Shenandoah University (SU) students thrive as they navigate the college experience. Thrive Guides is a Student Support […]

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rebuild va grant program expands

no responses. October 26, 2020 News_one

After 200 years, Virginia to let judges decide sentences


After 200 years, Virginia to let judges decide sentences

By DENISE LAVOIE | Published Oct 24, 2020 8:23 a.m. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — For the first time in more than 200 years, criminal defendants in Virginia will […]

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REC, EPRI partner on research to improve electric service reliability


REC, EPRI partner on research to improve electric service reliability

Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) recently partnered with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) on a progressive project that could improve the reliability of electric service not […]

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