Have a need for seeds? There’s a library for that.
For farmers and gardeners, the practice of saving and sharing seeds has been a long tradition, and those in the Shenandoah Valley can now access them through a lending library.
JMU increases winter session course offerings
JMU’s annual winter session, which gives students the opportunity to take certain courses during winter break over a two- week period, begins Jan. 3. This year, the university decided to increase the number of classes available to the JMU student body.
Harrisonburg’s Election 2022: Why turnout among certain voters might have lagged
Voter turnout in this month’s general election was lower than the last midterm in 2018, but to Mark Finks, Harrisonburg’s registrar, turnout matched expectations. Finks said there was an uptick in young voters locally, but their turnout rates still appear lower than what was seen nationally.
City seeks input on plans to reroute University Boulevard, which will mean big changes for that corridor
As Harrisonburg prepares for the estimated $10 million project to reroute University Boulevard, the construction is expected to improve traffic flow while adding a walking and biking path — but will also lead to some big changes in that area, including the demolition of eight homes.
Council aims for ‘greatest impact’ with ARPA funds. Meanwhile, upcoming events will divert traffic.
The city council unanimously approved applications for several upcoming events in Harrisonburg, and some involve road closures, so even if you don’t plan to attend, they might affect you as you drive around town.
Open Doors returns to JMU for the summer but city finds a site for a permanent shelter
The city’s announcement that Harrisonburg has found a permanent site for a homeless shelter will eventually put an end to years of shifting from one temporary facility to another for Open Doors, the organization that runs the shelter.
New mixed-use development near Regal clears hurdle
A development with 274 high-end apartments to be built next to the Regal movie theater won the city council’s initial approval Tuesday, allowing for housing in the middle of one of the city’s main shopping districts.