Thursday evening in Winchester, guests to the Chefs Collaborative Dinner will experience something never attempted before in Winchester. Chefs from six area restaurants will combine talents to prepare six courses, and the proceeds will go to the Free Medical Clinic of the Northern Shenandoah Valley.
Trent Williams likes pandas, playing football, riding his bicycle, and other activities typical for 6-year-old boys. But Trent faces a long road to recovery in his fight against an aggressive form of brain cancer.
While I'm grateful for such an awesome opportunity to get to share a little bit of my life every week, as the year draws to a close, I'd like the spotlight to shine on some of the other incredible families we've met this year. My biggest privilege here at the Daily is getting to know some of them.
Phone interviews are become a trend gaining in popularity with employers. While it is called a "phone interview," it is really a method used to eliminate applicants and come up with a manageable number of qualified candidates.
Keith Maskell joined Virginia Cooperative Extension on Feb. 18 as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer in Shenandoah County. Maskell brings a wide range of professional experiences to his new role. He was born and raised in Alpena, Mich. He graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. He majored in Personal Financial Planning and Economics.