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berryville trick-or-treating

no responses. September 24, 2020 News_one

Berryville Town Council to address trick-or-treating at October meeting


Berryville Town Council to address trick-or-treating at October meeting

Berryville Code provides authority for the Berryville Town Council to designate the date and time of trick-or-treating. Town Council typically makes the designation at its regular meeting […]

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ABC to deny entry to individuals without masks starting Monday


ABC to deny entry to individuals without masks starting Monday

The Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority (ABC) will join other Virginia retailers in not allowing those without face masks to enter their 389 stores beginning Monday. According […]

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covidcheck

no responses. May 23, 2020 news_two

Virginia Department of Health unveils COVIDCheck


Virginia Department of Health unveils COVIDCheck

Gov. Northam has announced a new resource for Virginians called COVIDCheck. COVIDCheck is an online risk-assessment tool to check your symptoms and connect with the appropriate […]

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CARES Act financial assistance

no responses. May 18, 2020 News_one

Warren County Parks & Recreation partially reopens outdoor facilities


Warren County Parks & Recreation partially reopens outdoor facilities

Warren County Parks and Recreation announced the reopening of some of its outdoor facilities. According to the county website, playgrounds, picnic shelters, trails, and the skatepark […]

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pandemic metrics dashboard

no responses. May 16, 2020 news_two

Virginia Department of Health hiring contact tracers


Virginia Department of Health hiring contact tracers

The Virginia Department of Health is now hiring contact tracers in order to better fight COVID-19. Contact tracers work with a COVID-19 patient to help them […]

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rabies clinic

no responses. April 14, 2020 News_one

Frederick County asks those entering government facilities wear face coverings


Frederick County asks those entering government facilities wear face coverings

Frederick County is requesting those entering government facilities abide by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and wear face coverings. CDC advises the use […]

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no responses. April 6, 2020 News_one

Shenandoah National Park announces further operational changes


Shenandoah National Park announces further operational changes

Shenandoah National Park will be offering limited services outside of those that support visitor and resource protection. The park, in response to guidance from Virginia Department of […]

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MARTIN’S introduces senior-only hours


MARTIN’S introduces senior-only hours

According to the CDC, members of the population who are age 60 and older are most vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus. Beginning today, March 19, all […]

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apple blossom athletes

no responses. March 18, 2020 News_one

Planning suspended for 93rd Apple Blossom Festival


Planning suspended for 93rd Apple Blossom Festival

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic and the CDC’s recent recommendation regarding large gatherings, the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival Board of Directors made the decision […]

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health equity pilot program

no responses. March 17, 2020 News_one

State of emergency declared for Winchester; city buildings closed to the public


State of emergency declared for Winchester; city buildings closed to the public

To prepare for potential future impact on the city in costs and resources, Interim City Manager Mary Price declared a state of emergency for the City […]

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no responses. March 16, 2020 News_one

Northam announces ban on events consisting of 100+ people


Northam announces ban on events consisting of 100+ people

On Sunday, Gov. Ralph Northam announced a ban on any gathering with more than 100 people in an effort to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19. […]

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back-to-school plans

no responses. March 9, 2020 News_one

Handley High teacher sent home Friday for possible exposure to coronavirus


Handley High teacher sent home Friday for possible exposure to coronavirus

Winchester Public Schools (WPS) Superintendent Jason Van Heukelum announced in an email that a teacher at Handley High School was sent home Friday after receiving notification they are […]

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