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Art makes you happy: Suzanne’s Studio opens in Woodstock

Woodstock residents are supporting art in their community. That is the word fr0m Suzanne Soliday who, along with her husband Ted, a natural with pottery who is good with the kiln, opened up Suzanne's Studio on March 9 on West Court Street in Woodstock. “This is a very artistic ...

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Workforce Center The Workforce Center in Winchester is open from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. each Monday to provide flexibility to job seekers. The resource room has computers for job searches and staff will be available to discuss local labor market information and current employment ...

Sales tax holiday set for upcoming weekend

Apple Blossom Mall is set to celebrate Virginia’s annual sales tax holiday this weekend. On Saturday, the mall will have a back-to-school indoor carnival between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and a craft and vendor show between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m. Tara Highland-McInturff, director of mall marketing for ...

New ice cream shop seeks to be positive force in the community

WOODSTOCK - Elizabeth Keegan moved to Woodstock about four years ago because she absolutely loved the town. Just one thing, however, was missing: ice cream.  Keegan and her kids were unsuccessful in their search for an ice cream shop selling hand-dipped as opposed to soft-serve. So she ...

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Graze 300 The Graze 300 Team of Virginia Cooperative Extension has released a new educational video series focusing on livestock and forage management. Each short video in the series highlights one aspect of forage and livestock production, from stockpiling forage for winter grazing, ...

Business News & Events: July 21

Book signing Jan Croon will sign copies of her first book “The War Outside My Window: the Civil War Diary of LeRoy Wiley Gresham, 1860-1865” from 2 to 4 p.m. July 28 at the Winchester Book Gallery, 185 N. Loudoun St., Winchester.   LFCC For the seventh straight year, Lord ...

Business News & Events: July 14

Book signing The Curtain Call Coffeehouse Cafe in Mount Jackson will host Steve Strosnider, author of “Tales from the Bandstand” and “Tales from the Track” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. His books recount events in the Shenandoah Valley during the 1950s and 60s.   Weichert ...

New business brings together valley traditions

A young entrepreneur is bringing together some Shenandoah County traditions in a business that opened this week on King Street in Strasburg. Nick Crabill has opened Shenandoah Natural Products at West King Street, in between Siblings' Rivalry Brewery and Something Purple. “This is ...

Business News & Events: July 7

Book signing Award-winning author Scott Mingus will sign copies of his book “The Second Battle of Winchester” at 7 p.m. July 14 at the Warren Rifles Confederate Museum, 95 Chester St., Front Royal. Information: email warrenriflescmm@gmail.com.   Top of Virginia The Top of ...

Business News & Events: June 30

Workforce Center The Workforce Center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. each Monday at 419 N. Cameron St., Winchester. The resource room will be open to computers for job searches and staff will be available to discuss local labor market information and current employment opportunities. ...

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Food event The Northern Shenandoah Valley Weston A. Price Foundation chapter and The World of Healing will present a free “Good Real Food” event from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 30 on the Old Town Mall in Winchester next to the Godfrey Miller Home. Local farms will attend with their ...

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Kerri Lane Studio Kerri Lane Studio will host a photography show “Depression, You are Not Alone” from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday in the newly relocated Hideaway Café at 141 S. Loudoun Street, Winchester. The show, which features artwork and written stories, will cover topics of depression, ...

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Cave Ridge Vineyard Cave Ridge Vineyard in Mount Jackson was awarded three silver medals and one bronze at the 33rd annual Pacific Rim International Wine Competition held in late April in San Bernardino, California. This prestigious competition attracted over 1,000 wines from all over the ...

Homeowners share what they’ve learned in first year of ownership

The first year in a new home can be both exciting and daunting. Stress levels rise with interest rates, finding the right fit seems almost impossible, bidding wars and navigation of closing costs can tear at heartstrings. But once those keys are in hand, first-time homeowners should be ready to ...

Ways realtors, sellers benefit from open houses

Open houses have been a staple of the real estate selling process for quite some time. But in today’s technology-based world, a question remains: Are open houses still necessary? Stephanie Ryall of ERA Oakcrest in Winchester and Carrie Shrum of Weichert in Front Royal, both real estate ...

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  Andrew M. Huggins, a wealth advisor with The Myrias Group in Harrisonburg, has been named to the Ameriprise Financial Hall of Fame. One of only 22 advisors to achieve this status, he will be recognized at the company’s national conference in San Francisco. Further information ...

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Mountain Trails Front Royal Mayor Hollis Tharpe will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1 p.m. today for the opening of Mountain Trails at 120 E. Main St., Front Royal. Grand opening activities, which will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., include giveaways, with larger prizes awarded every ...

Joining the workforce: Triplett Tech students meet recruiters at job fair

MOUNT JACKSON - Triplett Tech opened a path for its students to join the workforce when it hosted its second ever job fair Tuesday. One business at the event was M.C. Dean Building Intelligence, a worldwide company based in Tysons Corner. William Lilley, a recruiter for M.C. Dean, was with ...

First Shenandoah County Chamber leadership class graduates

Last September, the Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce launched a leadership class for the first time. Its aim was to get community members more familiar with county issues. The class graduated last week, and Sharon Baroncelli, the executive director of the organization, is getting ready to ...