Shenandoah Valley Electric Cooperative’s "Operation Round Up" is giving back to local nonprofit organizations that help the community. The cause first started in 1989 at Palmetto Electric Cooperative located in South Carolina.
On Nov. 6, Friendly City Safe Space hosted its open house to the public for the first time. The space is for the LGBTQ+ and aspiring allies’ community of all ages. Daniel Bellerose (he/they), the safe space coordinator and director, was first inspired to bring this vision of the space to lif…
“I try to get a pretty good amount on to the tester, just so that you know, you can really see the color...”...and with that vibrant color comes an eco-friendly product.
Dynamic Aviation holds NEXTGEN Aviators event for students
Harrisonburg translates COVID-19 regulations into various languages
JMU students honor their mother by raising awareness for pancreatic cancer
As James Madison University starts the 2021 to 2022 school year, the COVID-19 Delta Variant continues to spread its reach over the world, and with it, comes a new mask policy for JMU Dukes.
The 2021 Virginia gubernatorial election is ramping up as Election Day draws near. On November 2nd, Virginians will have the opportunity to decide between former Governor Terry McAuliffe, and newcomer Glenn Youngkin for Governor.
This week, Breeze editors Jillian Carey & Matt Young dug deeper into the Dogecoin craze. Find out whether Dogecoin is worth the investment and the risks associated with volatile cryptocurrency.
Reporter Ian Welfley traveled out to new market in Rochester County to give Breeze TV some perspective on a new solar panel farm being constructed on plots of grassland in the area. Rockingham's Board of Supervisors is running a committee to come up resolutions on how to simultaneously satis…
Breeze TV’s News Director, Shelby Walker, interviewed outgoing Culture Editor of The Breeze, Kailey Cheng, about her recent cover story and supplement that came out this week about JMU’s diversity.
The JMU chapter of the College Diabetes Network is a new organization on campus that creates a community for students with diabetes. President Katie Little shared why she started this club.
How much are meal punches at JMU really worth, do students feel they’re getting fair value with meal plans and do they know if they aren’t?
Local boutique in Harrisonburg, New Creation, has a good cause
SGA launches new initiative to provide free or reduced-cost legal consultation to JMU students
Climate change has become a top issue for JMU students and a big factor in deciding who to vote for in #Election2020. See how students and professors feel about the issue.
Virginia's 6th District has been red since 1993. This year, Democratic candidate Nick Betts (D) is challenging incumbent Ben Cline. Meet the candidate here.
Three of the five Harrisonburg city council candidates are Democrats. Meet Deanna Reed (D), Laura Dent (D) and Charles Hendricks (D) here. #Election2020
First-time city council candidate Laura Dent was laid-off when the pandemic hit. It was just the nudge she needed to make her run for office. #Election2020
Harrisonburg city council candidate George Hirschmann's (I) career has included sitcom TV, comedy, meteorology and is now a Harrisonburg city councilman. Meet the candidate here. #Election2020
City Council candidate and local business owner Charles Hendricks is declaring a party for the first time as he runs as a Democrat. Hendricks is focused on building a year-round homeless shelter and creating green architecture in Harrisonburg. #Election2020
Harrisonburg has elected a Democratic majority for most of recent history. Independent incumbent councilman George Hirschmann (I) and Republican Kathleen Kelley (R) look to change that in this year's city council race.
An explosion occurred at Miller circle Saturday morning. Breeze videographers showed up to the aftermath of the explosion at Miller circle with firetrucks and police surrounding the scene. While there weren't exact metrics on how devastating the explosion was, the Dominos pizza windows were …
Saturday morning at 8:30am there was an explosion at the intersection of South Main St and Miller circle. More than 70 responders came to the scene. There were no concerns with further explosions, but as a precaution gas and electricity were secured in the entire area. As of now, the cause h…
This has been a thrilling week at JMU for COVID news. Monday morning we received word from Stop the Spread that there were, drumroll...0 positive cases that were tested at UHC. Unfortunately, JMU’s positive case count cumulatively for this week has risen into the teens with 15 total positive…