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Decriminalization of marijuana possession won’t necessarily affect those already caught up in the system

Simple possession of an ounce or less of marijuana is set to be decriminalized in Virginia on July 1. But that won’t prevent Harrisonburg resident Christopher Jones, a cook at O’Neill’s Grill, from being sent to jail later that month if it’s what the prosecutor seeks.

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More historic preservation? Alternative sites? Residents suggest ways to protect Denton building

With Rockingham County floating plans to purchase and potentially raze the old Denton building in downtown Harrisonburg, now is the time to consider a historic preservation ordinance to protect buildings and neighborhoods from destruction, the head of Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance said Tuesday.

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As local judicial system grows, so does Court Services – a wide-ranging collection of programs for those not yet, no longer or hopefully never behind bars

In the shuffle of renovations last spring to add more courtrooms to the judicial complex downtown, the Court Services department got bumped a few blocks north to the county administration building on Gay Street – to the chagrin of local attorney Aaron Cook. Sounds cool, but what are Court Services?

Denton building’s future sparks protest, uncertainty among council members

Concern about the fate of the Denton building in downtown Harrisonburg drew about 50 people to Court Square Thursday to protest the county administration’s interest in purchasing the historic building, which houses Larkin Arts, a bail bonds office and apartments.

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