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With 3 weeks to the primary, Finnegan and Copeland ramp up their (different) approaches to reach Democratic voters

Brent Finnegan and Cathy Copeland, the two Democratic candidates running for the 26th state House seat, might leave little space between each other when it comes to their positions on issues, but the two are taking slightly different approaches to connect with voters before the June 11 primary.

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As Habana Cafe nears opening, owner hopes to carry on Artful Dodger’s legacy

The Habana Cafe — the newest addition to Harrisonburg’s nightlife scene, and one with a distinct Latin flair — could open as early as Saturday in the place of one of the city’s longtime institutions, the Artful Dodger.

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The Hub. Co-working in downtown Harrisonburg.

From the Confederate flag to incarceration rates, area residents take on conversations about racism

Community members tried tackling the “elephants in the room” regarding race relations in the Harrisonburg area as part of a wide-ranging discussion at the Lucy Simms Continuing Education Center Monday night.

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Local supporters of Equal Rights Amendment prepare to ratchet up the volume for passage in Virginia

Supporters of the Equal Rights Amendment maintain that it is imperative that the U.S. incorporate inclusive language into its constitution and are frustrated that it has taken this long to pass. Now, local proponents are looking turn up the pressure unless the House reconsiders. “If it is not passed in the House, we regroup,” said Sylvia Rogers, a retired JMU professor and co-vice president of public policy for the American Association of University Women of Virginia.

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Brent Finnegan campaign. Paid for by Friends of Brent Finnegan.

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