Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance presents the Skeleton Festival on Saturday, October 21, from 4 pm to 8 pm in downtown Harrisonburg.
This weekend, Park School in Harrisonburg hosts its second annual reunion, highlighting the school’s unique role in local racial integration.
Harrisonburg’s effort to welcome refugees helped create conditions for it to become one of the fastest-growing cities in Virginia.
The Court Square Theater Music Series continues on Friday, February 24th with a concert by Irish-American group, Solas.
The City of Harrisonburg is home to a unique blend of locally-owned restaurants, craft breweries, grocers, bakeries and cafes.
The Court Square Theater Music Series, organized by Arts Council of the Valley, continues on Wednesday, Feb. 1 with a concert by Hiss Golden Messenger.
On First Friday, January 6th, OASIS will host a reception for a new show titled “Fur the Love of Art” to benefit Cat’s Cradle.
The Court Square Theater Music Series continues on Sunday, January 15th with a concert by gypsy jazz ensemble, the John Jorgenson Quintet.
Tribute to Hank William is coming to Court Square Theater in Harrisonburg on Wednesday, Dec. 28.
Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance is rallying the community to support their favorite local, independent businesses in downtown Harrisonburg this Saturday.
This past June, Coming to the Table held its 10th Anniversary National Gathering at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg.
Shentel has been chosen to provide dark fiber connections between all municipal buildings in the City of Harrisonburg.
T&E Meats will expand its meat processing facility in the City of Harrisonburg, creating seven new jobs and investing more than $600,000.
Spotluck is expanding to The Friendly City with the help of Harrisonburg Tourism and Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance.
“The people, the people, the people,” says Katherine Harrison, when asked why she rents office space from The Hub Coworking in Harrisonburg.
Waynesboro Police have launched a homicide investigation in the death of a 17-year-old Harrisonburg male found dead this morning on grounds at Kate Collins Middle School.
Bike Virginia 2016 will visit the communities of Woodstock and Harrisonburg June 24-29.
Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance invites the community to participate in Renaissance Night.
Taste of Downtown, Harrisonburg’s restaurant week, returns for the eighth year on Sunday, April 24th through Thursday, April 28th.
Outside Mullingar, by John Patrick Shanley, directed by JMU Professor emeritus Tom Arthur, will run at Court Square Theater April 14-24.
The Wild Geese Baroque Ensemble will perform a concert entitled “The Wild Geese Fly Away,” on April 7th at 4 pm at Asbury United Methodist Church in Harrisonburg.
James Madison University will host its second annual student-led Bluestone Hacks this weekend.
The annual music conference known as MACROCK will be held in Downtown Harrisonburg Friday and Saturday.
JMU announced the hiring of Bowling Green assistant Louis Rowe to head the men’s basketball program.
Scott Barge has accepted an appointment as Eastern Mennonite University’s next director of institutional research and effectiveness.
Mary Wareham, part of a Nobel Peace Prize-winning team, will discuss efforts to ban weapons with artificial intelligence at JMU.
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Virginia Tech announced Monday that it has hired Waynesboro High School alum Kenny Brooks as the head coach of its women’s basketball program.
Psychologist and author of Emotional Intelligence and Focus Daniel Goleman has transformed the way the world educates children.
Paralympic athlete Josh Sundquist will be the keynote speakerto kick off Disability Awareness Week at James Madison University.
Augusta Free Press has produced a spot that will run on WVPT-Virginia’s Public Television promoting the Wayne Theatre.
The No. 13 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (5-5, 0-3 ACC) snapped a four-game losing skid with a 10-9 victory over James Madison on Wednesday.
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The city of Harrisonburg is recruiting volunteers to register for the annual Blacks Run and Downtown CleanUp Day, which will be held April 9.
JMU alum Eric Major has been selected to receive a 2016 Medallion for Entrepreneurship from Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society.
Dr. Theresa Rutledge will be one of two keynote speakers Saturday at the Expanding Your Horizons math conference for girls at James Madison University.
JMU is once again looking for a new coach for a marquee athletics program after firing basketball coach Matt Brady.
Officials at Massanutten Resort announced on Tuesday that they will be the home to some of the newest and best mountain bike trails on the East Coast.
Hearing loss isn’t a sign of “old age.” Reality is, the majority of people with hearing loss are actually below retirement age.
Dr. Sylvia Hurtado will offer the final presentation of the Madison Vision Series on Thursday, March 17, from 3:30 to 5 p.m.at Grafton-Stovall Theatre.
Harrisonburg’s Court Square Theater announced the third annual 24 Hour Project, a unique annual fundraising event highlighting a wide variety of performing artists.
Four 20-win seasons and a 21-11 record in 2015-2016 wasn’t enough for JMU coach Matt Brady, who was fired Monday, ending a couple of weeks of speculation about his job status.
Harrisonburg Tourism and Visitor Services recently accepted the opportunity to become one of eight charter chapters of the Virginia Green Travel Alliance.
The brand-new Campus Center, in 1986, was the first major building project that Eldon Kurtz oversaw on the Eastern Mennonite University campus.
This month saw a symbolic “passing of the torch” in the Latino Student Alliance at Eastern Mennonite University.
During Red Cross Month in March, the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to join in its lifesaving mission by giving blood.
EMU senior Derrick Turner believes in letting theater speak for itself. His position as a dramaturg facilitates exactly that.
A team of students from Eastern Mennonite University earned honorable mention in this year’s American Counseling Association ethics competition.
The Hemp Road Trip, a grassroots effort to raise awareness about and lobby on behalf of the benefits of industrial hemp, will be stopping at James Madison University.
The EMU basketball men fell 84-68 at Randolph-Macon in the ODAC Tournament First Round.
EMU’s new pep band is loud, they’re proud and they’re here to stay.
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The weather caused some issues with getting the day started, but the EMU Royals were ready to go when they finally did get on the field.