The Harrisonburg Barnes & Noble will be staying open instead of closing in January, according to an email from Alex Ortolani, the director of corporate communications for the book-seller chain.
China ended its ban on American poultry, effective immediately, according to a Thursday press release from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and many in the industry see the newly reopened market as an opportunity.
Despite being behind in a three-on-three tournament, one brother refuses to bench his younger sibling before basketball legend Ralph Sampson steps in to join their team.
Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club To Have Veterans Day Presentation
The Harrisonburg Barnes & Noble is slated to close in January, according to a statement from Frank Morabito, vice president of stores for the bookstore chain.
In October, the Port of Virginia finalized the contract for a $350 million dredging project, which, when completed, will make Norfolk Harbor the deepest on the East Coast of the United States, according to the Port of Virginia.
Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club To Hear From DN-R Editor
Harrisonburg and Rockingham County are experiencing the nationwide housing shortage, but the local market is seeing different results compared to national trends, according to Mattias Clymer, the rising vice president of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Association of Realtors.
The American Tire Distributors warehouse in Harrisonburg is up for sale with an asking price of $7.2 million, according to B+E, an investment firm handling the sale.
MOUNT CRAWFORD — As Saam Bakhtiar stood among barrels of wine in the new $1 million production facility of CrossKeys Vineyards, he was dwarfed by the high ceilings.
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McGAHEYSVILLE — It has been seven years since Virginia legislators passed a law allowing for breweries to sell full glasses of beer without a restaurant on-site, and the effects are being felt in Rockingham County.
Between March 2018 and March 2019, the average weekly wage rose by 2.1% across all industries in the commonwealth, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Bridgewater Club To Assemble Winter Care Kits
Every year, the number of chain restaurants in the Harrisonburg area continues to grow.
With the city and county continuing to explore purchasing the Denton building in downtown Harrisonburg, some City Council members and county supervisors said they didn’t have much information on the potential deal.
Gubsa Tomelso drove old, 25-person buses back in his native Ethiopia for years.
McGAHEYSVILLE — Walter “Gator” Hopkins is just as excitable as he was when he first set out to start Cave Hill Farms Brewery in 2016 at 1001 Jacob Burner Drive in McGaheysville.
HARRISONBURG — Taylor Balac installed solar panels on his Harrisonburg home in March and immediately saw a lower electric bill — and by April that bill was gone.
Speaker From BC To Join Bridgewater Club
HARRISONBURG — Harman Realty will be demolishing the strip mall off of Interstate 81 that used to house the Sears for the construction of a Longhorn Steakhouse, according to Sean Hesse, the executive director of real estate for Harman Realty.
HARRISONBURG — What would you do with $500,000?
HARRISONBURG — Earlier this year, purple machines with “QUEEN” written on the side started to appear in convenience stores in the Valley with no fanfare.
Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club Not Meeting This Week
McGAHEYSVILLE — Even with his yellow lab Daisy in the shop, Scott Jones, owner of MassaVAPEn in McGaheysville, has been much lonelier in his shop over the past few weeks.
DAYTON — More than a dozen Dayton business owners attended a meeting Thursday to talk about the future of the town’s businesses.
HARRISONBURG — Amanda Dameron of Harrisonburg has seen close friends and family suffer from the high price of prescription drugs.
HARRISONBURG — Unemployment in the Harrisonburg metro area declined in August for the second month in a row, down to 2.7%, leaving about 1,804 people unemployed, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
HARRISONBURG — PBMares, an accounting and business-consulting firm, promoted Ashley Summers to senior tax manager at the Harrisonburg office, according to a press release from PBMares.
HARRISONBURG — Nearly a decade ago, Ben Trumbo was only a beginner brewer tinkering around with a recipe for a semi-sweet Irish red ale in St. Louis.
Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club To Install New Officers
McGAHEYSVILLE — Kline’s Dairy Bar will open a new location in McGaheysville at the corner of Island Ford Road and U.S. 33 in 2020, said Melissa Summers, the general manager of the two Harrisonburg shops.
HARRISONBURG — With Interstate 81 improvements already underway, the Virginia Department of Transportation lead for the I-81 work, Dave Covington, joined Del. Tony Wilt, R-Broadway, a member of the Interstate 81 committee, for a Daily News-Record podcast Friday to discuss funding and what to…
HARRISONBURG — Kristie Proctor’s farm in Hanover County gets no broadband — yet the tower by her house tells her that she has multiple potential providers.
HARRISONBURG — As students young and old visit factories in the Valley to learn about work opportunities, an industry group released a report on Tuesday showing the nation’s manufacturing activity contracted in September.
BRIDGEWATER — The potential liquor store at 406 N. Main St. in Bridgewater will not move forward, according to Dawn Eischen, a spokesperson for the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority.
WEYERS CAVE — Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport will be adding a new flight to Dulles International Airport and changing the departure time of the flight to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport starting on Dec. 4, according to Heather Ream, communications director of the Weyers Cave airport.
WEYERS CAVE — U.S. Rep. Ben Cline, R-Lexington, toured Cave View Farm in Weyers Cave along with others involved in the Virginia agriculture industry, where they spoke about how trade deals affect farmers and what can be done to help.
Republican Runion To Visit Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club
HARRISONBURG — At the age of 15, Andrea Cardoso, of Rockingham County, was expected to work.
HARRISONBURG — Global ransomware damage costs are expected to reach $11.5 billion this year and almost double to $20 billion by 2021, according to Cybercrime Magazine — and the Shenandoah Valley’s workforce could be part of the solution.
HARRISONBURG — Maggie Ragon, the first woman member of Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport Commission, has been appointed to the Virginia Aviation Board, according to a press release from the Virginia Department of Aviation.
HARRISONBURG — Kemper Funkhouser, a Realtor with Funkhouser Real Estate Group in Harrisonburg, has been named the president of the Virginia Realtors for 2020, making him the 100th president of the group.
HARRISONBURG — Local economic development and business representatives met with a Vietnamese delegation Monday to discuss mutually beneficial opportunities.
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HARRISONBURG — Horizons Edge, the forthcoming $12 million sportsplex located between U.S. 11 and Interstate 81 just south of Exit 251, is now slated for completion in January, according to Jeff Flammang, the general manager.
Democrat April Moore To Visit Harrisonburg Kiwanis Club Meeting
MOUNT CRAWFORD — Years of planning, 18 months of construction and more than $41.6 million later, the new InterChange cold storage facility in Mount Crawford is operational.
HARRISONBURG — Fried chicken, mac n’ cheese and iced tea made up only a small fraction of the different dishes Rockingham County 4-H and FFA members and families piled high on the tables at the annual county fair buyers appreciation dinner on the fairground Wednesday evening.
HARRISONBURG — In 2011, customers of Sheila Helmuth’s Harrisonburg business, Kitchen Kupboard, at the Shenandoah Heritage Market at 121 Carpenters Lane constantly spoke about the need for a toy shop.