Archives

Page 167/186

Hey Elderly Aunt, are ghosts real?

Well, dear reader …

Advertisement

Tiller Strings: sales, rentals, repair, sheet music, accessories.

As 1st stretch of Northend Greenway is finally under way, plans begin for a ‘community build’ to construct 2nd phase

After eight years in the works, the first stretch of the Northend Greenway path between the EMU area and downtown is finally under way.

Advertisement

After last-minute maneuvering, General Assembly passes funding bill for I-81 improvements

The road to funding improvements on I-81 took another twist Wednesday, with the General Assembly voting to increase truck registration fees and impose new fuel taxes along the I-81 corridor.

Advertisement

3 contractors bid to oversee building of new high school by 2022; School board also looks ahead to strategic plan

The Harrisonburg City School Board now must interview and choose from three contractors vying to oversee the design and construction of the new high school to open in 2022, Interim Superintendent Patrick Lintner announced in Tuesday’s meeting.

Certain plastics are the latest casualty as Harrisonburg feels more effects of the shifting global recycling landscape

Once again, the global marketplace for recycled materials has caused a ripple effect in Harrisonburg — this time ending collection of No. 3 through No. 7 plastics like yogurt cups and certain microwave-safe containers. It’s also a change that will send tons more trash to the landfill.

Music from a local pre-Civil War hymnal is still ringing out

On New Year’s Day, about 370 people gathered to sing at Weavers Mennonite Church just west of Harrisonburg, and several hundred more listened in by phone. While most participants arrived by car, some Old Order Mennonites came by horse and buggy, helping keep alive the area’s long tradition of a capella singing from a hymn book called the Harmonia Sacra.

Cigarette on 1st floor deck started Southview fire, HFD investigation finds

An improperly discarded cigarette on the deck of a first-floor apartment ignited the fire that engulfed the Southview Apartment building at 1083 Lois Lane on Thursday, according to the Harrisonburg Police Department’s investigation.

Let the legislative races begin! Several Valley-area seats feature competitive primaries, other candidates are already looking to November

The ballots are set for the contenders vying for legislative seats representing the Valley. And the action on the campaign trail will increase soon, especially for “firehouse primary” in April that will decide the Republican nominee in the 25thState Delegate District that covers southern Rockingham County.

Scroll to the top of the page

Hosting & Maintenance by eSaner

Thanks for reading The Citizen!

We’re glad you’re enjoying The Citizen, winner of the 2022 VPA News Sweepstakes award as the best online news site in Virginia! We work hard to publish three news stories every week, and depend heavily on reader support to do that.