Tag: covid-19

Page 1/13

High school closes temporarily after two confirmed cases

HHS will be closed on Friday to allow the health department to conduct contact tracing after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.

Advertisement

Lessons learned from getting tested for COVID: be prepared for the swab and bring a book

When I came back to JMU this fall for my final semester, I knew that it would eventually happen. I would have to get tested for COVID-19. Sure enough, I found out I had come into contact with someone who developed symptoms the next day. So I went for my COVID-19 test.

Advertisement

The Hub. Co-working in downtown Harrisonburg.

In latest round of COVID-19 business, council outlines CARES Act money and gets briefings on JMU and EMU

The Harrisonburg City Council on Tuesday took up several tactics to mitigate the effects of the pandemic: a plan for how to distribute more than $3 million more in federal CARES Act funding, an emergency ordinance to allow the Open Doors shelter to open October 1, as well as protocols to slow the virus’ transmission among college students.

Advertisement

Tiller Strings: sales, rentals, repair, sheet music, accessories.

Hey Elderly Aunt, how do I respond to being re-invited to a Zoom wedding I initially wasn’t invited to?

Hello Elderly Aunt, I do have a situation, sort of. We weren’t invited to a wedding, and now we are. And I want to say something, but I’m trying not to …

Advertisement

JMU moving forward with plans to resume in-person instruction Oct. 5

In a Board of Visitors meeting and press release Friday, JMU announced that is is proceeding with plans to resume in-person classes on Oct. 5, following a temporary suspension of classes for most of September.

Advertisement

After first COVID case at Spotswood, school leaders to meet with health officials about ‘next step’

The first case of COVID-19 among Spotswood Elementary School staff has been confirmed by the Central Shenandoah Health District, and two other employees are awaiting test results, Superintendent Michael Richards told The Citizen on Tuesday.

Rep. Cline and challenger Betts talk pandemic, climate change and more in first VA-6 Congressional debate

Economic recovery from the pandemic was a major theme of Monday afternoon’s debate between Rep. Ben Cline (R) and Democratic challenger Nicholas Betts, running to represent Virginia’s 6th District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

EMU hopes two-week delay and ‘COVID Commitments’ will keep classes on campus

Even after a false start of trying to open last month and James Madison University’s shift to at least a month of mostly online classes, Eastern Mennonite University has brought students back to classes, and campus leaders hope they can remain in person.

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • ...
  • 13
  • Next →
  • Hosting & Maintenance by eSaner

    Thanks for reading The Citizen!

    We're glad you enjoy The Citizen! We work hard to publish one news story every weekday, and depend heavily on reader support to do that. We keep our overhead low; 85 cents of every dollar we spend pays local writers to cover local news in our lovely local community. Thanks for your support.