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Garden center business blooming as home gardening picks up


Garden center business blooming as home gardening picks up

With everyone stuck at home, many people are taking up gardening as a new hobby. Gardening offers a way to relax and enjoy the outdoors, as […]

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Crime rates decrease due to COVID-19


Crime rates decrease due to COVID-19

With most public activities shut down due to the pandemic, crime rates have quickly dropped. The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, for example, made 300 arrests in […]

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no responses. April 20, 2020 Randy Woodward

Sports: Monday, April 20, 2020


Sports: Monday, April 20, 2020

MLS Goes Online, Gretzky On NHL, Indy Tennis League To Start In May Major League Soccer is the latest sports league to shut down because of […]

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Local ladies contribute to community with hand-sewn masks


Local ladies contribute to community with hand-sewn masks

Two local ladies, 103-year-old Flora Coffman and 75-year-old Nancy Shrum, are sewing masks for the community. Coffman, a Woodstock resident, normally sews at least two quilts […]

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no responses. April 18, 2020 news_two

Jail population dramatically decreased to hamper spread of COVID-19


Jail population dramatically decreased to hamper spread of COVID-19

Following guidance from Gov. Northam, jails are dramatically decreasing their populations. Jails are often a hotbed for infections such as COVID-19, and to subject low-level offenders […]

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no responses. April 18, 2020 news_two

EDA criminal charges dropped, likely temporarily


EDA criminal charges dropped, likely temporarily

The criminal charges brought against the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority have been dismissed without prejudice. The same charges, and possibly more, may be brought […]

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Tips for Maintaining Mental Health During a Pandemic


Tips for Maintaining Mental Health During a Pandemic

On a recent episode (4/16/20) of The Valley Today, host Janet Michael had a conversation with Laura Walls, a Licensed Professional Counselor with Shenandoah Memorial Hospital’s […]

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Answers to Questions About the Economic Impact Payments


Answers to Questions About the Economic Impact Payments

On a recent episode (4/17/20) of The Valley Today, host Janet Michael spoke with Karen Poff, Senior Extension Agent – Family & Consumer Sciences Management, Housing […]

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no responses. April 17, 2020 Randy Woodward

The Friday Five: Signs You’re Eating Too Much Snack Food During Lockdown


The Friday Five: Signs You’re Eating Too Much Snack Food During Lockdown

In a recent Harris Poll, 40% of Americans said they were overdoing it on the snack foods during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown. Randy & Kemp have […]

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no responses. April 17, 2020 Randy Woodward

Sports: Friday, April 17, 2020


Sports: Friday, April 17, 2020

NFL Players Test Positive, PGA Tour Plans, US Open Decision By June One day after the Rams’ Brian Allen became the first NFL player to test […]

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no responses. April 11, 2020 news_two

SPCA discourages “kitten-napping”


SPCA discourages “kitten-napping”

Kitten season at the SPCA of Winchester, Frederick and Clarke Counties has begun. SPCA is cautioning everyone to not immediately pick up any litters of kittens […]

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Cloth Peddler rises to the 10k mask challenge


Cloth Peddler rises to the 10k mask challenge

A local business in Stephens City, Cloth Peddler, is doing their part to help complete Valley Health’s Sew Helpful challenge. With a substantial inventory and strong […]

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