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Valley Health starts to resume elective services


Valley Health starts to resume elective services

After careful consideration, Valley Health has started to ease restrictions on diagnostic and surgical procedures. This follows recent announcements from Gov. Ralph Northam lifting the hold […]

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no responses. May 9, 2020 news_two

Care facilities celebrate a socially-distanced Mother’s Day


Care facilities celebrate a socially-distanced Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is tomorrow, and many nursing homes and assisted living facilities are adapting different ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. Care facilities have […]

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Virginia Chamber of Commerce seeks input from local business owners


Virginia Chamber of Commerce seeks input from local business owners

The Virginia Chamber of Commerce has launched a Blueprint for Getting Virginians Back to Work initiative, and is seeking input from local business owners. The blueprint […]

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family promise of shenandoah county

no responses. May 2, 2020 news_two

Family Promise of Shenandoah County aims to stabilize housing


Family Promise of Shenandoah County aims to stabilize housing

Family Promise of Shenandoah County’s Help Us Stabilize Housing (HUSH) initiative provides assistance to families in need. The HUSH initiative helps families pay for rent, utilities, car […]

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winchester man shot and killed by police

no responses. May 2, 2020 news_two

Winchester launches temporary pop-up market


Winchester launches temporary pop-up market

The City of Winchester has partnered with Sysco to launch a temporary pop-up market. The purpose of the market is to ease the stress on local […]

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snap emergency benefits

no responses. May 2, 2020 news_two

SNAP program to issue emergency benefits


SNAP program to issue emergency benefits

Virginia’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will be increasing the maximum monthly allotment for households due to the pandemic. Individuals who did not receive an emergency allotment […]

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community development block grant

no responses. April 24, 2020 news_two

Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce highlights healthy home habits


Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce highlights healthy home habits

The Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook page recently started a Healthy @ Home initiative. The page will be highlighting local small businesses to share tips […]

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Ban on elective surgeries extended one more week


Ban on elective surgeries extended one more week

Gov. Northam has extended the ban on elective surgeries for one more week, now lasting until May 1. This has been done to ensure that frontline […]

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frederick county election coverage

no responses. April 24, 2020 news_two

Frederick County encourages residents to pay tax bills remotely


Frederick County encourages residents to pay tax bills remotely

Frederick County has mailed out annual tax bills for real estate and personal property. Because the public has limited access to the County Office Building, the […]

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DMV closure extended to at least May 11


DMV closure extended to at least May 11

As per Gov. Northam’s orders, all 75 DMV customer service centers, DMV 2 Go, DMV Connect and all 13 weigh stations will remain closed to the public […]

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clinic serves low-income

no responses. April 24, 2020 news_two

Warren County clinic serves the low-income and uninsured


Warren County clinic serves the low-income and uninsured

St. Luke Community Clinic in Front Royal remains open and is still accepting new patients at this time. The clinic serves those with low income and […]

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no responses. April 23, 2020 news_two

Strasburg paper mill donates much-needed supplies


Strasburg paper mill donates much-needed supplies

Mercury Paper, a paper mill in Strasburg, is donating over $27,000 worth of supplies to those in need this week. The supplies include toilet paper, facial […]

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