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Because they frequently interact with the public, firefighters and police were among the first offered the COVID-19 vaccine.

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The Winchester Public Schools Central Administrative Office at 12 N. Washington St. 

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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.

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WINCHESTER — The Northern Shenandoah Valley is rebounding adequately in terms of its unemployment rates, according to a WalletHub study that sought to find which cities’ jobless rates “are bouncing back the most.”

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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.

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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WINCHESTER — All children who turn 5 years old before Sept. 30 must register for kindergarten for the 2021-22 school year.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.