Hose Company No. 4, the oldest fire department in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, is in a quandary. Having served the city as a volunteer department since 1890, Hose Company No. 4 has been told to vacate its only city station, Station 4, on East Rock St by Sept. 1, and is still looking for a place to house its firefighting equipment.
As Open Doors prepares to set up temporary facilities for another shelter season starting in November, Sentara RMH Medical Center has confirmed that it will work with the nonprofit organization to provide space for people to stay during the coldest nights.
“A major reform of how Virginia regulates the electricity monopoly Dominion Energy is cutting power bills [effective July 1]. It [ends] three surcharges.… it clears the way for a program to ease the impact of Dominion’s pass-through of fuel costs to ratepayers
It’s Wednesday and I’m rattling up I-81 in a Ford Transit bound for Newport, Rhode Island. Our cargo? Six bikes, eight solar panels, four guitars, one drum kit, and five people. This weekend will be Virginia-based rock duo Illiterate Light’s second time hosting Newport Folk Festival’s bike stage. To prepare for the festival, the band hosted a pop-up show at Pale Fire Brewing on Monday evening.
Before deciding the next step in rebuilding the Westover Skate Park, the city council on Tuesday decided to explore whether it’s best to find a new contractor.
‘Old story repeating’: Local activists say it’s déjà vu after congressional intervention regarding pipeline
Congress’ recent approval of the Mountain Valley Pipeline has given its parent company the green light to continue construction and work towards completing the project by the end of 2023. Meanwhile, it’s also given environmental groups and activists a new task — finding ways to halt the project once again.
The Massanutten Regional Library often helps people find answers — now it’s asking patrons for information
Amid broad demographic changes and technological shifts, the Massanutten Regional Library system is finishing gathering public input to help guide its decisions for the next five years.
From “lil ol’ Harrisonburg” to the National Cathedral: Local choir to perform original and traditional music
Linell Moss has been a choir musician and director for decades, but now an opportunity of a lifetime will lead her and the rest of Harrisonburg’s Emmanuel Episcopal parish choir to Washington, D.C., on Monday evening to sing at the National Cathedral.
Watch The Citizen’s piece about the choir members and the performance they’ve been practicing for.