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Community Perspective: Thor: Love and Thunder, a movie review

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Statewide environmental news roundup – July 2022

The just-issued, first‑of‑its‑kind Virginia Solar Survey aimed to collect data and information related to each county and city’s experience, readiness, efforts and needs related to solar development. This report contains a summary of results and preliminary analysis of key findings. The City of Charlottesville’s partnership with Local Energy Alliance Program (LEAP), a non-profit, hopes “to make the switch to solar energy easier and cheaper for city residents.”

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Curious about those new poles popping up? They’re key components of a new technology coming to town

A few of these slender poles with larger cylinders on top have popped up across Harrisonburg so far this year. One is at the corner of High and West Market streets. Another is at the intersection of Maryland Avenue, Port Republic Road and Main Street. And a third is on East Market Street. Here’s what they’ll do.

Community perspective: The story of a Hammer

Over a month ago, Harvey Yoder phoned our Carpenters Guild to see if we might help a woman patch the roof of her leaky house. 

City outlines ways for private donations to enhance parks, programs and public spaces

Harrisonburg now has an official policy to accept private donations that can help spruce up or expand public areas, parks and other projects and programs.

Massanutten Technical students fly high by medaling in national drone competition

Sam Satterwhite tapped his foot nervously as he gazed upon a vast convention center filled with nearly 13,000 students and teachers. Three unknown drone-flying courses awaited Satterwhite, backed by a novice drone coach in a new program. 

Massanutten Regional Library seeks new director again

Five months after a new director started at Massanutten Regional Library, the organization is again seeking to fill the top spot.

Midway through another tough tick season, here’s what to know

During her junior year in high school in Northern Virginia, Abby McKay woke up one morning scared and uncertain whether what she was seeing was real. 

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