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new market farmer's market

no responses. June 2, 2020 News_one

New Market Farmer’s Market to open Friday


New Market Farmer’s Market to open Friday

The New Market Farmer’s Market plans to open for the 2020 season on Friday, June 5. Market hours will be from noon to 4 p.m. The […]

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Virginians required to wear face masks in public beginning Friday


Virginians required to wear face masks in public beginning Friday

Gov. Northam signed Executive Order Sixty-Three yesterday, which requires Virginians to wear face coverings in public indoor settings to help contain the spread of COVID-19. Beginning this […]

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covidcheck

no responses. May 23, 2020 Jacob Schuster

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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downtown rebound

no responses. May 23, 2020 Jacob Schuster

Front Royal rejuvenates local businesses with Downtown Rebound


Front Royal rejuvenates local businesses with Downtown Rebound

The Town of Front Royal and Family Fun Day, Inc. have announced Downtown Rebound, a plan to rejuvenate local businesses in a safe manner as we […]

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Northam announces new housing resources and eviction protections


Northam announces new housing resources and eviction protections

On Tuesday, Gov. Northam shared new resources to protect Virginians from eviction and support individuals who have lost their job or income due to COVID-19. StayHomeVirginia.com is […]

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Education Work Group to help guide process for reopening Virginia schools


Education Work Group to help guide process for reopening Virginia schools

In Gov. Northam‘s Monday briefing, he announced the new COVID-19 Education Work Group to help chart a path forward for determining when and how schools can […]

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virtual commencement

no responses. May 18, 2020 News_one

Shenandoah celebrates graduates with virtual commencement


Shenandoah celebrates graduates with virtual commencement

Shenandoah University held its first-ever virtual University Commencement this past Saturday. Shenandoah celebrated its 1,270 graduates with a variety of speakers and messages of encouragement. Gov. […]

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Northam announces guidelines for Phase One of reopening


Northam announces guidelines for Phase One of reopening

Gov. Ralph Northam signed Executive Order Sixty-One over the weekend and presented a detailed framework for the first phase of the “Forward Virginia” plan to safely and […]

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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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required face masks

no responses. May 5, 2020 News_one

Northam extends EO 53, announces restrictions could be eased next week


Northam extends EO 53, announces restrictions could be eased next week

Virginia could move into Phase I of easing restrictions on businesses and gatherings next week, if health data supports doing so. Gov. Northam announced yesterday the […]

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housing resources

no responses. April 30, 2020 News_one

Northam announces expansion of payment relief for student loan borrowers


Northam announces expansion of payment relief for student loan borrowers

Gov. Northam announced yesterday Virginia has secured relief options for more than 200,000 state residents with private student loans. The payment relief is the result of a new […]

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required face masks

no responses. April 29, 2020 News_one

Northam signs executive order to ensure liability protections for health care workers


Northam signs executive order to ensure liability protections for health care workers

Gov. Northam yesterday signed Executive Order Sixty, which reinforces certain existing statutory liability protections for Virginia health care workers. Due to COVID-19, public and private health […]

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