The 2023 Rockingham County Fair was, above all else, predictable — in the best of ways. The fair, which wrapped up its 75th year on Aug. 19 has grown twelve-fold since its humble inception, while withstanding a pandemic along the way.
The city will proceed with its existing contract with the American Ramp Company for the initial reconstruction of the Westover Skate Park using federal funds.
Caf2Code, a Harrisonburg-based software development company and business-to-business consultancy, has ambitions of expanding its workforce in the Valley especially after receiving a prestigious designation from Microsoft this year.
Innovation hub that helped grow businesses prepares to take root in Harrisonburg at Wetsel’s Seed building
For Clara Metzler and her nonprofit Project GROWS, the Staunton Innovation Hub didn’t just act as a base of operations — it was a place for connection. Project GROWS works to improve the health of children and youth in the community through garden-based education and access to healthy food, Metzler said, and held membership with the hub from its opening in 2018 until 2021.
A sea of red T-shirts met the Harrisonburg City School Board at its Tuesday work session as the Harrisonburg Education Association rallied for collective bargaining for the school district’s employees.
Harrisonburg City Councilman Chris Jones, who was arrested last May on the charge of driving while intoxicated, pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to a lesser charge of improper driving and agreed to pay a $250 fine.
A contributed perspectives piece by Anna Rose Geary: An overnight train trip offers more than chaperones on this school trip bargained for.
The United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County newest event to help families with back-to-school needs comes at an opportune time — just at the time Virginia would have had a tax-free weekend on school supplies if lawmakers hadn’t forgot to renew it.