For the next three months, I am sharing my house with two younger generations. I think that I am dealing well with the changes to my life and habits and home. However, today I arrived home to find the mother watching TV, while the baby ran around the house, leaving a trail of toys and my things behind her all over the house. And the high chair and other toys were outside in the pouring rain. I asked the mother to bring in the high chair and to clean up the toys. But I am finding myself quite annoyed…Elderly Aunt, what to do????
JMU starts a new academic year with a new residence hall, parking deck and an overhauled Wilson — and several other major projects still in the works
Without many students on JMU’s campus for the last three months, the university crossed some key construction projects off it’s to-do list, giving the sprawling campus a slightly different look. It even spruced up the main entrances to campus with stone signs.
Woman who was tased and charged with felonies after police responded to a noise complaint at her apartment found not guilty on all counts
A woman facing two felonies after a controversial altercation with police last December has been cleared of all charges. Melissa Duncan, charged with two counts of assault of a police officer and a misdemeanor obstruction of justice charge, was found not guilty on Wednesday afternoon after a contentious trial on Tuesday.
On 1st day of school, Medicaid change results in tenfold decrease in Harrisonburg High students approved for key mental health and behavior program
Harrisonburg students attended their first day of classes Tuesday, but because of a change in Medicaid approvals, some of them walked into school with less support than they had last year.
At last Thursday’s Northeast Neighborhood Association meeting, Schools Superintendent Michael Richards spent an hour answering questions from community members about districting and programming after the city opens a second high school in the fall of 2022. Most of the discussion addressed concerns about equity raised by some after the school board announced earlier this month that the new high school will offer specialized STEM programs while the existing high school will emphasize fine arts.
About twelve days ago, when Charlottesville lefthander Sam Crawford (Georgia Tech) blew strike three past Strasburg’s Bryson Horne (Columbus State), it not only finished off Crawford’s dominating 5 ? shutout relief innings, but it also finished off the Strasburg Express in the Valley League championship series, sending the Charlottesville Tom Sox to a dogpile on the mound to celebrate the franchise’s second Valley League title in the last three years.
The Rockingham County Fair is food, from the milk cows stanchioned in the dairy barn to carnival cotton candy on the midway. Horticulture and homemaking displays celebrate the ability to grow and prepare food, while outside the exhibit halls the fair is a celebration of how to consume it.
A new chapter in the city’s quest to regulate short-term housing rentals is off to an uneven start, after notices of violation – and accompanying $100 fines – were sent last week to a first round of property owners believed to be operating such rentals without a permit.