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57 min ago | WHSV-TV Harrisonburg
They are staying with host families around Harrisonburg, doing community service, taking in the culture and putting on a show at the end of their visit.
12 hrs ago | The Daily News-Record
A few weeks ago, I wrote about an application used to retrieve files deleted from a computer's drive, SD card, etc.
Bob Corso sat down with Michael Snell-Feikema, who organized the anti-jail rally that happened in Harrisonburg last week. WHSV.com is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion.
In Harrisonburg, safety seat technicians checked seat as part of child passenger safety week. One issue they dealt with was expired car seats.
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.
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.
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.
Students and staff at Cub Run Elementary School remembered Sept. 11, 2001 in silence, except for the sound of a bell ringing.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 12th annual Spaghettifest will be held Sept. 26-28 at 297 Cornerstone Lane in Harrisonburg.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 06:21 pm
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