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bulk and appliance waste collection

no responses. April 21, 2020 news_two

Town of Berryville relaxes payment penalties and interest


Town of Berryville relaxes payment penalties and interest

As non-essential businesses remain closed and people remain out of work, the Town of Berryville is alleviating financial strains on its residents. On April 14, the Berryville […]

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no responses. April 20, 2020 news_two

Cattle rancher donates hundreds of pounds of ground beef to food pantries


Cattle rancher donates hundreds of pounds of ground beef to food pantries

A local cattle rancher, Paul Valentino, has donated more than 700 pounds of beef to the Catholic Charities St. Lucy Food Project. The organization operates three […]

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community connections program

no responses. April 20, 2020 news_two

Community Connections program keeps law enforcement and seniors connected


Community Connections program keeps law enforcement and seniors connected

The Community Connections program of Frederick County, started in 2016, was created to provide education and safety tips to elderly people while allowing them to socialize with […]

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no responses. April 20, 2020 news_two

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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no responses. April 20, 2020 news_two

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 news_two

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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thankful for a home adoption event

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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no responses. April 4, 2020 news_two

Gov. Northam announces emergency funding for homeless


Gov. Northam announces emergency funding for homeless

Yesterday, Gov. Northam announced an initial $2.5 million in emergency funding to shelter Virginia’s homeless population during the pandemic. Although Virginians have been ordered to stay […]

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pooled saliva testing

no responses. April 4, 2020 news_two

iMLearning program at Shenandoah University smooths transition to online


iMLearning program at Shenandoah University smooths transition to online

As the pandemic forces universities across the country to switch to online classes, the iMLearning program allowed Shenandoah University’s transition to be seamless. Started back in […]

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