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hunger in the valley part 4

no responses. October 21, 2020 News_one

Hunger in the Valley: Part 3


Hunger in the Valley: Part 3

For the third installment of the Hunger in the Valley news series, Alyssa McBeth speaks with Nickole Kinsey, food service general manager for Warren County Public […]

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virginia absentee ballots

no responses. October 16, 2020 News_one

Gov. Northam authorizes hazard pay for home health workers


Gov. Northam authorizes hazard pay for home health workers

Gov. Ralph Northam announced $73 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Recovery, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding will be used to provide hazard pay to home […]

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USDA extends free meals for kids for entire school year


USDA extends free meals for kids for entire school year

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is fully extending school meal waivers through the end of the 2020-2021 school year, giving schools in Virginia and […]

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Hunger in the Valley: Part 2


Hunger in the Valley: Part 2

For the second installment of the Hunger in the Valley news series, Alyssa McBeth speaks with Abena Foreman-Trice, media and communications manager at the Blue Ridge […]

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Virginia Rent and Mortgage Relief Program expands to help landlords


Virginia Rent and Mortgage Relief Program expands to help landlords

Gov. Ralph Northam yesterday announced the expansion of Virginia’s Rent and Mortgage Relief Program (RMRP), which first launched at the end of June. Landlords can now apply […]

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mcdonald's homicide

no responses. September 21, 2020 News_one

Community college classes to remain online this spring


Community college classes to remain online this spring

Virginia’s Community Colleges will continue to offer most classes online for the spring 2021 semester. Chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, Glenn DuBois, made the announcement last […]

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SCC utility service cut-off moratorium to end Oct. 5


SCC utility service cut-off moratorium to end Oct. 5

The general moratorium on utility shutoffs has been extended through Oct. 5.  The State Corporation Commission (SCC) issued the order following a request from Gov. Ralph […]

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virginia absentee ballots

no responses. September 16, 2020 News_one

Northam seeks to reassure Virginians on early voting


Northam seeks to reassure Virginians on early voting

By Alan Sunderman for the Associated Press | Published Sept. 15, 2020 6:56 p.m. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Ralph Northam is trying to reassure Virginians that […]

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winchester leaf collection

no responses. July 11, 2020 News_one

Enforcement of trash container limits to resume Monday in Winchester


Enforcement of trash container limits to resume Monday in Winchester

More household trash has been generated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of this, the City of Winchester has been picking up additional trash that exceeds the […]

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VEC launches application portal for extension of unemployment benefits


VEC launches application portal for extension of unemployment benefits

The Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) launched an application portal for its third unemployment assistance program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) […]

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walk for life

no responses. July 1, 2020 News_one

Front Royal Pregnancy Center resumes Earn While You Learn classes


Front Royal Pregnancy Center resumes Earn While You Learn classes

The Front Royal Pregnancy Center is now offering Earn While You Learn classes, which were temporarily unavailable due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Anyone in need of […]

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online spring bulb sale

no responses. June 26, 2020 News_one

MSV collecting items representing the pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement


MSV collecting items representing the pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) is implementing a new collecting method called “Rapid Response Collecting” to document current events that reflect change in the […]

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