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WINCHESTER — Three Winchester Medical Center workers who refused to get vaccinated against the coronavirus unsuccessfully sued to keep their jobs.

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WINCHESTER — Monthly averages for initial employment claims for all five localities in the Northern Shenandoah Valley were higher in August than they were in July, according to the Virginia Employment Commission.

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WINCHESTER — As the delta variant continues to spread and increase the number of COVID-19 cases in the US, local colleges and universities are reexamining safety protocols for students and staff who plan to return to their campuses this month.

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WINCHESTER — Federal unemployment benefits related to COVID-19 are slated to end Sept. 4, which includes programs that were put in place to help people during the pandemic.

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WINCHESTER — No locality in the Northern Shenandoah Valley had more than 20 initial unemployment claims for the week ending July 31, according the Virginia Employment Commission.

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Here’s a lunch packed and recommended by Joni Rampolla, a regional nutrition specialist for Martin’s.

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WINCHESTER — Winchester Public Schools Superintendent Jason Van Heukelum wrote in a letter to families on Wednesday afternoon that he will be recommending a universal mask mandate for all students and staff during Monday's upcoming Winchester School Board meeting.

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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.”