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Small businesses located in Rockingham County and various incorporated towns will be able to apply for the COVID-19 small business grant program starting Monday, but funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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During a virtual meeting Tuesday, the Harrisonburg City School Board approved a plan for reopening schools in the fall, with the caveat that some aspects of the plan will be adjusted as more information is gathered from the public and health officials.

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Books inside the various Massanutten Regional Library branches will soon be cracked open again as the library announced Monday it would be preparing to reopen to the public starting July 13.

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NEW MARKET — Kimberly Ashby, of Stafford, planned to face her fear of flying head on by jumping out of an airplane at New Market Airport a week after her 47th birthday back in May.

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At a work session on Tuesday evening, members of central office and Harrisonburg City Public Schools Superintendent Michael Richards went over a thorough proposed plan for reopening school in the fall.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses and organizations to look at their mission in unique ways in order to keep the public safe. Area school divisions are no different and the most recent challenge they had to think about is how to offer summer school while still in the early phases o…

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From her basement, Tiffany Norman of Broadway completes another round of workouts alone on the exercise bike. As full-time caretaker of her daughter with disabilities, Norman’s life is on pause as her family remains under strict quarantine, but the world around her goes on.

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It’s always important to educators that students have access to books and literacy resources. But it’s especially important now that students have been out of school since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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It’s still not entirely clear what the regular season will look like for a variety of Colonial Athletic Association teams across multiple sports. But with an announcement Tuesday by the conference, it does appear each one will have the opportunity to compete for an NCAA tournament berth.

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For the last two years, local nonprofits have turned to the community for a day of online fundraising, known as the Great Community Give. But during the year of the COVID-19 pandemic and budget cuts, this year’s day of giving, set for Wednesday, is more crucial than ever.

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What does the savory smell of the famous Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department deep-fried chicken, sounds of children jumping into the neighborhood pool and the sticky mess a Kline’s ice cream cone leaves when melting on a hot afternoon all have in common? They all scream summertime.

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Even from a distance, a smile can be seen behind Derek Yoder’s mask as he walks around Bryan Ungar, Billy King, Scott Jones and a dozen other residents of Pleasant View Inc.’s Harrison House playing his guitar.

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There’s a chance James Madison’s 2020 football schedule is played out as planned and there are other scenarios in which its slate for this fall is altered slightly or varies drastically, according to Colonial Athletic Association commissioner Joe D’Antonio.

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For the last two months, the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank has been working to provide food boxes for individuals in need during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a hefty grant from Truist Financial Corp. will allow it to serve more people.

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City Council voted to reduce the $281 million budget it passed on May 26 in response to the economic impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic at its Tuesday meeting.

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It’s official — the effects of COVID-19 have caused Rockingham County’s proposed budget for fiscal 2020-21 to decrease by more than $9 million, causing the Board of Supervisors to consider adopting a budget of $376.1 million instead of the original $385.3 million.

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As the nation continues to stabilize following the COVID-19 outbreak, many state leaders are allowing doors to reopen for a return to how life was before the pandemic began. One key element to achieving that normality for some is the reopening of restaurants across the country.

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Next week is the start of summer for school divisions, although it can be hard to remember that considering students have been out of school since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Donnie Casey punched the air and did a quick kick in his cap and gown as he approached the stage on Wednesday to accept his diploma. The sounds of “Pomp and Circumstance” played in the background.

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As social distancing standards began to ease and Virginia settled into Phase 1 of the reopening process, Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport introduced new protocols Monday to ensure the safety of its flyers.