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Massanutten Technical Center students win design contest for new Washington Commanders stadium

Teachers often try to provide students with meaningful experiences and projects for their portfolios. But a student project that inspires the future design for an NFL team’s stadium — that’s taking it to whole new level.  

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Using state grant, Harrisonburg schools to upgrade security

Several schools in Harrisonburg will be outfitted with new security cameras and other safety upgrades in the next several months. 

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City buys land on Mount Clinton Pike for 5th fire station

Harrisonburg’s planned fifth fire station reached another milestone Tuesday as the city approved the purchase of land along Mount Clinton Pike so the fire department can respond quicker to calls in the northwest neighborhoods. 

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City Council postpones action on Bluestone Town Center grant funds

The Harrisonburg City Council was set to discuss Bluestone Town Center project once again at Tuesday’s meeting but decided to hold off until the next meeting because two members were out of town. 

At least the NCAA can’t be a wet blanket about College GameDay

Buy your groceries early, make your dinner reservations now, and batten down your hatches, because GameDay is coming back to town.

After nearly 30 years, Harrisonburg school board updates district’s policy on homework

While homework for K-12 students might look a lot different thanks to technology than it did in the 1990s, the Harrisonburg city schools’ policy about homework hadn’t changed — until now. 

Employees at city vinyl pressing shop unanimously vote to unionize

The employees at Blue Sprocket Pressing, a vinyl pressing plant located in Harrisonburg, have voted to unionize, joining Teamsters Local Union No. 29 based in Verona.

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