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The Small Business Resiliency Team — consisting of Harrisonburg Economic Development, Frederick County Economic Development, the Shenandoah Valley Small Business Development Center and the Laurel Ridge Small Business Development Center — has announced a second round of funding for the SBRT g…
WINCHESTER — Glass recycling is returning to the Frederick County regional landfill at 146 Landfill Road on Monday.
WINCHESTER — The Trauma Services unit at Winchester Medical Center, using a $10,000 grant from the nonprofit Winchester Medical Center Foundation, has donated 45 mass casualty bags to the city’s Police Department.
BERRYVILLE — Three young women will be competing Sunday night in the Miss Clarke County Fair Scholarship Pageant.
WINCHESTER — City Council decided on Tuesday to set aside, at least for now, any proposed changes to Winchester’s ordinance restricting the possession of guns on city property.
The Frederick County government announced Tuesday that is has swapped the collection containers for paper and plastic jugs and bottle recycling. County staff says it is much more efficient to collect mixed paper in the smaller containers and plastic jugs, bottles and jars in the larger, blue…
WINCHESTER — The Winchester School Board is searching for an interim at-large board member to replace Karen Anderson Holman, who resigned July 14 after accepting a job precluding her from being an elected official.
MIDDLETOWN — Town Council on Monday unanimously appointed Diane Newman-Frye the Planning Commission’s chairwoman.
Saying she wants to give voters a choice on Election Day, Democrat Emily Scott is running again to unseat Republican Todd Gilbert, this time for the newly created 33rd House of Delegates seat.
BERRYVILLE — Sheriff Tony Roper and Chief Deputy Travis Sumption would receive approximately $15,000 raises through a proposed career development program for Clarke County Sheriff’s Office employees.
WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University is asking the city of Winchester to apply for a $5 million state grant on its behalf to help fund the conversion of the former Virginia National Guard armory into a Hub for Innovators, Veterans and Entrepreneurs (HIVE).
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