Not So N’Ice
HARRISONBURG — Slushy roads and icy walkways slowed traffic and holiday shopping in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County on Sunday, and while the worst may be over, there may be more winter weather to come. Read More
Kill Bill Sequel?
HARRISONBURG — Del. Steve Landes, R-Weyers Cave, considers local lawmakers “minimalists” as far as filing bills in the General Assembly is concerned. Read More
Schools Consider Budgets
HARRISONBURG — Local school divisions are expected to feel the continuing impact of last December’s sequester this budget season, as automatic cuts continue. Read More
Facebook Page Ignites Bullying Conversations
HARRISONBURG — Words can pack just as much punch as the proverbial sticks and stones, a local group of anti-bullying advocates points out. Read More
Home Fire Started In Crawl Space
HARRISONBURG — A Friday morning fire in Penn Laird caused relatively minor damage, but displaced a family of four. Read More
Teachers Rake In More than $23K In Grants
HARRISONBURG — Teachers received more than $23,000 during the most recent round of innovative educator grants from the Harrisonburg Education Foundation. Read More
An Old-Fashioned Christmas
NEW MARKET — Dressed in Civil War-era clothing Saturday afternoon, Christie Detamore-Hunsberger greeted visitors to the kitchen of the Bushong Farm house with a lesson on how a Christmas meal was prepared in 1859 as part of the 8th annual Christmas on the Farm. Read More
City Honors ‘Above and Beyond’ Teachers
HARRISONBURG — Nineteen teachers and employees were named recipients of Harrisonburg City Schools’ “above and beyond awards” at last week’s School Board meeting. Read More
Police Recognized For Community Outreach
HARRISONBURG — The National Association of Town Watch recently recognized the Friendly City for its National Night Out 2013 efforts. Read More
BUSINESS JOURNAL: 10 Under 40
Throughout October, we asked members of the community to nominate up-and-coming business people for this year's 10 Under 40 list. There was quite a response! After whittling the list down to just 10 names, we present the winners.
There are many wonderfully talented young professionals in different industries throughout the Valley. If you don’t see your candidate on the list, please resubmit their name next year.
Congratulations to all of the winners for 2013! The 10 winners follow, in alphabetical order. Read More