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According to the newly revised Virginia Outdoors Plan, the state is calling for a solid focus on the expansion of tourism and economic opportunities through projects of outdoor recreation and land conservation. The “Virginia is for Outdoor Lovers” proposal suggests putting several projects into motion that will protect and strengthen the natural resources of the Read More…

 
 

In an effort to further promote the “buy fresh, buy local, eat fresh, eat local” movement in the Valley, the Valley AIDS Network is working on a new movement titled “share fresh, share local” to ensure that local families in need are receiving healthy foods. Through this new program, the organization is requesting help from Read More…

 
 

By late fall, Harrisonburg will no longer be home to just one brewery. Locals Tim Brady and Jamie Long are proud to announce that they will be setting up shop in the Ice House where they will be selling custom craft beer. Plans for the Pale Fire Brewing Company include a spacious tasting room as Read More…

 
 

    SafeWise.com primarily uses  FBI Crime Report data for their assessment of the “30 Safest Cities in Virginia.”  Based on over 10 different points of criteria with a population of 3,000 or more are considered for this list.  Read more on how these cities made the list! Homes for Sale in #1 Broadway Virginia Read More…

 
 
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Harrisonburg Culinary District

February 20th, 2014  |  +  |  Leave a Comment

  With Harrisonburg already obtaining a grand agricultural and diverse food-related culture and economy, it is only natural for the city to designate a culinary district within its borders. During the last week of January 2014, the Harrisonburg City Council approved the Downtown Renaissance’s proposal of creating a culinary district within the city. Once the Read More…

 
 

By the time spring arrives, Shenandoah Valley residents will find a familiar sight on the back of the 2014 quarters.  According to the Daily News Record, the Shenandoah National Park will be featured on one of five quarters that are part of this year’s America the Beautiful Program. The design for the quarter picturing the Read More…

 
 

  Harrisonburg Virginia was voted one of “America’s Best College Towns” by readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine.  Some of the reasons for the recognition were: James Madison University, Three Brothers Brewing, Capital Ale House, the overall revitalization of downtown Harrisonburg, and the bike paths in the George Washington National Forest.   Highlighting only 22 Read More…

 
 

November 26th 2013 the Shenandoah Valley Business Journal introduced the members of the 2013 list of community’s up-and-coming business leaders.  Congratulations to Kemper Funkhouser, Funkhouser Real Estate Group’s COO.  Kemper was one of the many talented young professionals in the Shenandoah Valley who were recognized. “I’m a strong believer in making sure the people in our Read More…

 
 

Sure, you could have locked in a rate closer to 3% versus 4% but if you pull back and take a 5-10 year look at where the rates have been and where they are today, they are still unbelievably low. Rather than thinking you “missed the boat” perhaps you might consider “jumping on the boat” Read More…

 
 

Governor Bob McDonnell will be in Harrisonburg today as he is the keynote speaker at the Massanutten Technical Center (MTC) Certificate Presentation Ceremony June 5th 2013 at 7:00pm in the James Madison University Convocation Center. Opening in 1972 MTC served is a joint career and technical education center serving the students of Harrisonburg City and Rockingham Read More…