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Winchester Troop 1 Eagle Scout member James Judson (left) and Scout Master Michael Neese stand by one of the signs and social distancing poles they built to better organize and facilitate CCAP’s Thanksgiving meal giveaway on Saturday.

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Redbud Run Elementary students pack up a car to deliver food donations collected at the school for CCAP’s annual Thanksgiving meal giveaway.

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High school volunteers Elliot Rivera (from right), Jordan Parker and Elijah Ralls wait to drop off packed boxes of Thanksgiving meals at CCAP on Saturday.

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Opequon Presbyterian Church members Bill Robinson (from left), Mo Mohoer and Robert Sydnor wait at the church on Friday with 90 banana boxes filled with food for CCAP.

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CCAP President Anne Ashby holds a box of donated Thanksgiving foods that were given away by the nonprofit group on Saturday. Each recipient received 34 pounds of food to make Thanksgiving dinner, including a frozen turkey.

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WINCHESTER — The Lord Fairfax Health District recorded the highest number of new coronavirus cases in a single day on Wednesday with 174 new cases, according to Virginia Department of Health data. 

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WINCHESTER — Technology is keeping Valley Health System’s operations moving swiftly and efficiently, according to some of its leaders.

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WINCHESTER — The city’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) has issued nearly $300,000 in emergency grants as part of its ongoing effort to help local businesses weather the economic storm stirred by COVID-19.

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WINCHESTER — Despite challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic, Frederick County Public Schools Superintendent David Sovine told the School Board on Wednesday night that the first nine weeks of the 2020-21 school year have been "highly successful."