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.
Explore More Discovery Museum will continue celebrating its 20th birthday this year with another artistic addition — the installation of bronze duckling statues spread throughout downtown Harrisonburg, which will create an immersive scavenger hunt for all ages.
Rockingham Co. School Board avoids weighing in on Dist. 5 election and picks Jack Dixon for interim post
Instead of choosing between one of the candidates running in November for an open school board seat, the Rockingham County Public School Board on Monday appointed the candidate who isn’t on the ballot this fall.
Seven people sit in a room in the basement of Park View Mennonite Church on a recent evening. In the center of the room is a large, taped-off circle, encompassing a desk, a chair, and one actor. Outside the circle and scattered around the room, sit five other actors. Some use their scripts (or “on-book” in theater talk), and some are off-book.
Pamela Tittle’s portrait had sparkle. This year, with the help of her husband, she fashioned lights behind her painting of fellow artist Frank Marshman. Marshman’s image seemed to appear like a genie from within an antique folding camera, and guests could change the effect of the lights with the press of a remote. And the other artists took notice. “Did you see the one with lights?” they asked each other while perusing the gallery Thursday evening.
Organizers hope to bring back ‘bigger and better’ International Festival in 2024 after using this year to regroup
While organizers of Harrisonburg’s International Festival pulled the plug on this fall’s event, they’re hoping to regroup to plan a better one in 2024.