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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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virtual summer camps

no responses. May 28, 2020 News_one

Virginia 4-H offering online summer camps


Virginia 4-H offering online summer camps

With many activities postponed or canceled this summer, 4-H is stepping up and offering a variety of free programs to children and teens online. Virginia Cooperative […]

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water quality report

no responses. May 27, 2020 News_one

Front Royal to resume late fees, disconnections for utilities


Front Royal to resume late fees, disconnections for utilities

Beginning Wednesday, July 1, the Town of Front Royal will resume assessing late fees, penalties and disconnections due to nonpayment of delinquent utility accounts.  The town […]

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reopening of parks

no responses. May 27, 2020 News_one

Bike skills park at Sherando Park now open


Bike skills park at Sherando Park now open

Sherando Park’s bike skills park is officially open. The bike skills park, located in Stephens City, features 14 ramps suited for a variety of skill sets and […]

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aire serv

no responses. May 27, 2020 News_one

Working For You Wednesday – Aire Serv


Working For You Wednesday – Aire Serv

Welcome back to Working For You Wednesday, a segment spotlighting a business in the Northern Shenandoah Valley. This week, Alyssa McBeth spoke with Ray Bramble, President […]

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kiwanis donation

no responses. May 27, 2020 News_one

Salvation Army receives $1,000 donation from Kiwanis Club


Salvation Army receives $1,000 donation from Kiwanis Club

The Front Royal Salvation Army’s annual dinner fundraiser was canceled this year due to COVID-19. To make up for the lost revenue from the event, the […]

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winchester summer camp

no responses. May 27, 2020 News_one

Outdoor pool in Jim Barnett Park to reopen for limited use


Outdoor pool in Jim Barnett Park to reopen for limited use

Winchester Parks and Recreation announced plans for the outdoor pool in Jim Barnett Park to open June 1. The pool will be open only for lap […]

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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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shenandoah national park reopening

no responses. May 26, 2020 News_one

Shenandoah National Park begins phased reopening


Shenandoah National Park begins phased reopening

Shenandoah National Park began its phased reopening on Saturday, May 23. The entire length of Skyline Drive, all overlooks, some bathrooms and most trails are now […]

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arboretum reopening

no responses. May 26, 2020 News_one

General Excavation Inc. awarded $18.2 million to widen Fairfax Pike


General Excavation Inc. awarded $18.2 million to widen Fairfax Pike

The Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) awarded an $18.2 million contract to General Excavation Inc. for the widening of Fairfax Pike (Route 277) in Frederick County. Construction […]

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