Wednesday, October 27, 2021
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STANLEY — Town and Page County officials gathered along the South Fork of the Shenandoah River on Friday to celebrate recent improvements at the Alma Boat Landing off of U.S. 340, just south of Stanley.

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Susan Swecker, Virginia Democratic Party chairwoman, isn’t afraid to admit it’s been a tight race between Republican Glenn Youngkin and Democrat Terry McAuliffe as the two candidates vie to be the next governor.

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The global COVID-19 pandemic that destroyed consumer confidence and has claimed nearly 5 million lives has changed the saving habits of Americans, including Valley residents.

Tuesday, October 26, 2021
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It had been two years since the students of Mountain View Elementary School had been on a field trip when they found themselves at Massanutten Technical Center on Monday, and the excitement was palpable.

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A civil trial has been set for John Bandy, the man who claimed he and other whites were discriminated against by his former employer because of their race, and the company he is suing, Shenandoah Growers.

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Eastern Mennonite University’s Teacher Education Program was one of 26 education providers from 17 states and the United Arab Emirates to win recognition for its continuous improvement in preparing teachers and other educators, according to a press release.

Monday, October 25, 2021

Click here to nominate a rising or established business professional for the 2021 Shenandoah Valley Business Journal 10 Under 40.

Saturday, October 23, 2021
Friday, October 22, 2021
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Harrisonburg could be the first locality in Virginia to allow duplexes by right in all residential areas if City Council approves updates in a draft zoning and subdivision ordinance rewrite, according to Erica Sims of HousingForward Virginia.

Thursday, October 21, 2021
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ELKTON — When Rick Workman, of Elkton, was serving in the United States Army, he often received the daily American military Stars and Stripes newspaper, as well as the local Valley Banner newspaper.

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When you raise more than $26,000 for repairs to your school’s track there is only one reasonable thing to do to celebrate: “Dump a bunch of slime on the principal!” shouted Ry Wilson, a school counselor at Peak View Elementary School.

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ELKTON — In the two years since Glo Fiber reached an affiliation agreement with Harrisonburg, the company has expanded to serve Broadway, Bridgewater, Grottoes and Dayton. In its next move, Glo Fiber is seeking to bring telecommunication services to Elkton.

Wednesday, October 20, 2021
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The Harrisonburg School Board has spent months preparing to update its inclusivity statement and discussed it at Tuesday’s work session before it is posted to the school division’s website.

Tuesday, October 19, 2021
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Over 30 James Madison University students sat and listened Monday to the two candidates seeking to represent the 26th House of Delegates District and asked a range of questions from the Second Amendment to health care and everything in between during a traveling town hall.

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The Harrisonburg Electric Commission and Community Housing Partners Energy Solutions are offering $100 to the first 25 customers who are prequalified and complete an application for energy weatherization, according to a Monday press release from Kara West, communications coordinator for CHP …

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Before Timberville Town Council voted to offer new incentives for all future vacant positions in August, Police Chief J.R. Dodd had a difficult time finding a candidate to hire as a full-time police officer.

Monday, October 18, 2021
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Sandi Ring, Terry Lam and the rest of the Mary’s Memories team members have been participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s ever since their mother, Mary Hull, was diagnosed with the disease eight years ago.

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Everyone participating in Saturday’s 19th annual Race to Beat Breast Cancer 5K Run/Walk had their own reasons for being there, whether it be to support a family member, friend or colleague battling breast cancer.

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Brandon Shields, a former Turner Ashby High School varsity boys basketball coach and English teacher, is under investigation by the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office, according to Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson.

Sunday, October 17, 2021
Saturday, October 16, 2021
Friday, October 15, 2021
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It was a who’s who of Republicans — past and current elected officials, nominees, activists and boosters — who sat or stood in the crowd at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds listening to their party’s nominee for governor speak in the Valley yet again Thursday evening.

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TIMBERVILLE — Some Rockingham County residents will have a handful of candidates to pick from when electing members to fill open seats on the School Board, but only one name will be on the ballot for District 1 – incumbent Jackie Lohr.

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The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors tabled a request Wednesday to bring town homes to a community designated for single-family dwellings at Massanutten Resort following a request from the applicant’s representative.

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At a Rockingham County School Board meeting Monday, it was posited during public comment that parents have the right to pick and choose from the Virginia Department of Education standards what their child is taught. But that is simply not what the law states, Superintendent Oskar Scheikl said. 

Thursday, October 14, 2021
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BRIDGEWATER — More than two years ago, Town Manager Jay Litten dubbed four major construction projects as the “fearsome foursome.” The projects included Riverwalk Phase I, Dry River Road, Dylan-Old River-Main, or DORM, and Main Street underground.