Because they frequently interact with the public, firefighters and police were among the first offered the COVID-19 vaccine.
KERNSTOWN — When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March of 2020 and forced restaurants to either shut down or find a way to switch up their business models, it left wholesaler Schenck Foods searching for answers.
WINCHESTER — Miles Adkins, a candidate for the Frederick County School Board's Shawnee District seat, told board members on Tuesday night that they need to "stand up" against the state when it comes to its curriculum and mask mandates.
WINCHESTER — On Thursday morning, Handley High School sophomore Jakaya Copeland completed one of her history courses to recover a credit.
WINCHESTER — If you had $8,188,726 to spend on public education in Winchester, what would you do with it?
WINCHESTER — New unemployment claims in the Northern Shenandoah Valley were mostly stagnant in June.
The Winchester Public Schools Central Administrative Office at 12 N. Washington St.
WINCHESTER — An investigation launched in March by the Virginia Department of Education found that Winchester Public Schools' attendance policy did not follow state guidelines during the 2020-21 school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Winchester resident Bryan Cooke Sr., 83, checks out Project Connect, a free resource fair hosted by the United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley on Friday. Tagging along is his dog Tootsie.
David Harris (left), 59, of Winchester, sits down at a veteran's assistance booth during Project Connect to discuss the benefits he's entitled to as a former Marine.
More than 75 services from 60 different providers were available to assist people during the second Project Connect event held at Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary School on Friday.
WINCHESTER — Christine Latortue, 59, had to quit her job as a chef in April due to the pain caused from either a sciatic nerve or arthritis.
WINCHESTER — Although there have been national media reports about people returning pets they adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic, that’s not the case at the SPCA of Winchester-Frederick-Clarke Counties.
WINCHESTER — All children who turn 5 years old before Sept. 30 must register for kindergarten for the 2021-22 school year.
WINCHESTER — In mid-May, about 40% of Winchester Public Schools' preschool slots for the 2021-22 school year had been filled.
Area coronavirus pandemic deaths continued to fall steeply last month compared to record highs in January and February.
WINCHESTER — As the COVID-19 pandemic eases, companies are beginning to implement plans to bring employees back to the office.
WINCHESTER — Valley Health System, the six-hospital, nonprofit chain that includes Winchester Medical Center, has received nearly $3.8 million in coronavirus pandemic relief money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
WINCHESTER — One month after its request to open a new facility ended in a tense exchange with City Council, Northwestern Community Services is once again seeking Winchester’s blessing to consolidate two of its local offices.
WINCHESTER — Daniel Morgan Intermediate School sixth-grader Halston Wright, 12, has been attending school virtually for more than a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MIDDLETOWN — After Diego Arevalo, 22, of Stephens City, completed the drive-thru portion of his graduation ceremony at Lord Fairfax Community College on Friday afternoon, he could be spotted taking photos with his family on campus.
WINCHESTER — Winchester, Frederick County and Clarke County school divisions are all planning to hold COVID-19 vaccination clinics for students and their parents or guardians.
WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University will require most students and staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Aug. 1.
WINCHESTER — During the first semester of the 2020-21 school year, Daniel Morgan Middle School had 208 students, or 32% of its student body, receive one or more Fs, while Handley High School had 510 students, or 37% of its students, with one or more Fs.
WINCHESTER — At the start of the school day on Tuesday at Handley High School, seniors had something to celebrate — their future plans.