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Harrisonburg, Virginia is located in Harrisonburg County. Zip codes in Harrisonburg, VA include 22803, 22801, and 22807. The median home price in Harrisonburg is $219,900. More Harrisonburg information.

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Grant-Funded Program to Promote Food Culture in Harrisonburg

The City of Harrisonburg will partner with Rockingham County, the Small Business Development Center , Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance, and the Friendly City Food Co-op to promote the ever-growing food culture in Harrisonburg. The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development awarded the City a $35,000 Building Entrepreneurial Economies Innovation Grant to support their new "What's Cooking" program.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

Plane Causes Homes Across Valley to Lose Power

Parts of Rockingham County lost power around 7:30 p.m. when 67-year-old pilot Nolan Dean, of Harrisonburg, was taking off in his Cessna from a private airstrip, and his landing gear snagged onto some power lines, severing the power line, and causing them to also fall on top of a minivan that 36-year-old Amy Duffee of Harrisonburg was driving. The fire department had her remain in the van until they could confirm the lines wouldn't be a hazard.

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Consumer Reports

Do I need anti-virus protection for my phone or tablet?

Q. It is recommended to run virus protection on your computer. What about smart phones and tablets? If so, is your recommended software for computers also good for those devices? -Bradley Chewning, Harrisonburg, VA A. We don't think that virus protection is as important on mobile devices, as long as you download apps only from the approved app marketplaces run by a New Car Price Report Find out what the dealers don't want you to know! Get dealer pricing information on a new car with the New Car Price Report.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

'Shred Day' Helps Protect Identities

Thieves steal bills, and other personal documents, right out of your garbage can.That's why dozens of people you see went to the Commonwealth One Credit Union in Harrisonburg for 'Shred Day'. "If you take care of yourself, you might be able to prevent getting hurt," said Richard Anderson, who had several papers shredded.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Daily News-Record

Closing The Gap

The Bloom Trio, a group of string musicians including Maria Lorcas, Kathleen Overfield-Zook and Lisa Wright, will perform as part of the Asbury Sacred Arts Series at 3 p.m. Sept. 28 at Asbury United Methodist Church.

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NBC29

Temporary Interruption in Water Service in Harrisonburg

The Public Utilities Department will be conducting work over the weekend that will result in a temporary interruption in water service. On Sunday, September 14, crews will be repairing a valve at the intersection of Pleasant Valley Road and Willow Spring Road.

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The Daily News-Record

City Mayor Lauds First Responders on Patriot Day

Harrisonburg Mayor Ted Byrd gives a formal proclamation during Patriot Day while attending an open house at WVPT on Thursday afternoon. Employees, patients and veterans at the Harrisonburg VA Contract Community-Based Outpatient Clinic share a moment of silence outside the South High Street facility Thursday morning.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

Valley Students Honors 9/11 Victims

Students and staff at Cub Run Elementary School remembered Sept. 11, 2001 in silence, except for the sound of a bell ringing.

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WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

WVPT Shows Off New Station

The Valley's public television station, WVPT has just put the final touches on its new Harrisonburg location and had the opportunity to show it off on Thursday. WVPT's open house kicked off with a ribbon cutting.

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Northern Virginia Daily

Legislators list their preferred candidates for judgeships

Legislators from the 26th Judicial Circuit in the Northern Shenandoah Valley announced their support Tuesday for five attorneys to fill judgeships from the area when lawmakers meet later this month. The five candidates are: Ronald Napier, of Front Royal, and Clark Ritchie, of Broadway, for circuit court; John Hart Jr., of Harrisonburg, for general district court and Kim Athey, of Front Royal, and Anthony Bailey, of Harrisonburg, for juvenile and domestic relations court.

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The Daily News-Record

Judge Candidates Named

In a joint press release from state lawmakers representing Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, and northern parts of the Shenandoah Valley, five candidates were supported for new positions: Domestic Relations Judge Ron Napier and Harrisonburg lawyer John Hart, and Anthony Bailey and Clark Ritchie, assistant commonwealth's attorneys in Rockingham County. The General Assembly elects judges based on the names submitted by district lawmakers.

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The Daily News-Record

Clinic Plans 9/11 Ceremony

The Harrisonburg VA Contracted Community Based Outpatient Clinic will hold a Sept. 11 ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Thursday.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Daily News-Record

#1 - Miss Gay Harrisonburg Set To Take Crown Sept. 20

The 19th annual Miss Gay Harrisonburg pageant will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Arts Council of the Valley's Court Square Theater in downtown Harrisonburg.

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The Daily News-Record

#3 - Sounds Like Spaghetti

The 12th annual Spaghettifest will be held Sept. 26-28 at 297 Cornerstone Lane in Harrisonburg.

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WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

Solar Panel Parking Canopies May Be Coming to EMU

They will come in the form of parking canopies, but first, the University need some of its property to be rezoned by the city of Harrisonburg. The canopies would be constructed in a parking lot on the north side of campus.

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The Daily News-Record

City Announces Opening Of Dog Park

The Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation Department, along with Happy Dogs Unleashed, has announced that the Smithland Road Dog Park will open next week. City staff, volunteers, donors, supporters and their dogs will join together to officially open the newest park facility in Harrisonburg at 10 a.m. on Sept.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

Work Continues on Harrisonburg Streetscape Project

Downtown Harrisonburg is one step closer to installing its iconic brick Main Street, which is part of the second phase in the Downtown Streetscape Plan. Construction crews began laying the brick late Monday evening.

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WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

United Way Launches New Campaign

On Tuesday, The United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County will launch the 2014 Community Impact Campaign. Organizers will make several stops in the city, to announce the campaign.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

The Daily News-Record

Blazing The (Artisan) - STrail

Stained-glass artist Zac Nafziger works in his studio at Larkin Arts in downtown Harrisonburg on Monday. The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Artisan Trail Task Force is looking to establish a promotional program highlighting local art-related businesses.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

The Daily News-Record

Dream Machine' Gets Ready To Roll

A bus dubbed the "Dream Machine" will log miles around in the Valley as it raises awareness for the United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County's 2014 Community Impact... To See This and Every Local Story from The Daily News-Record, Click Here to Become a Subscriber! Login to view the full story

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