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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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fall enrollment

no responses. July 27, 2020 News_one

SU gets approval for fall reopening plan


SU gets approval for fall reopening plan

Shenandoah University (SU) announced its plan for reopening in the fall and conducting in-person instruction has been approved by the State Council of Higher Education for […]

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OpenAndSafeNSV

no responses. June 18, 2020 News_one

NSV COVID-19 Economic Response Team announces OpenAndSafeNSV campaign


NSV COVID-19 Economic Response Team announces OpenAndSafeNSV campaign

In an effort to unite and create solidarity among business owners in the region, the Northern Shenandoah Valley (NSV) COVID-19 Economic Response Team announced a new campaign, […]

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sherando and clearbrook pools

no responses. May 29, 2020 News_one

Frederick Parks & Recreation shares plan for reopening


Frederick Parks & Recreation shares plan for reopening

The Frederick County Parks and Recreation Commission met Tuesday to discuss and share plans regarding the safe reopening of county parks. When Phase II of Virginia’s […]

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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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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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rabies clinic

no responses. March 25, 2020 News_one

Frederick Fire & Rescue institutes new guidelines for first responders


Frederick Fire & Rescue institutes new guidelines for first responders

As Frederick County continues to deal with the spread of COVID-19, the public safety system and fire stations remain fully staffed with emergency medical services professionals, […]

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Lord Fairfax Health District confirms second case of COVID-19


Lord Fairfax Health District confirms second case of COVID-19

The Lord Fairfax Health District (LFHD) announced a resident of the district has tested positive for COVID-19. The patient, a woman in her 30s, has mild […]

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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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Coronavirus affects local study abroad programs


Coronavirus affects local study abroad programs

As the Coronavirus continues to spread, colleges and universities throughout the Shenandoah Valley are cancelling study abroad programs and international trips. Shenandoah University announced its students […]

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