Minimum wage has once again risen in Virginia, to the benefit of JMU's student workers. However, in competition with off-campus employers, this hasn't solved the university's student labor shortage.
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Due to Gov. Glenn Youngkin's (R) executive directive that states that no Virginia employees are required to be vaccinated or disclose their vaccine status by their employer, JMU has changed its policy so that university employees no longer must get the vaccine, report their status or undergo weekly testing.
The Central Shenandoah Health District (CSHD) is experiencing a lack of staffing and supplies not a lack of funding, after an apparent miscommunication between the health district and the city of Harrisonburg earlier in the week.
Church World Services (CWS), Harrisonburg's only refugee resettlement office, is slowly restoring its numbers to what they were before COVID-19.
For some Christmas enthusiasts, Harrisonburg’s Snow and Ice might be the closest thing to a Winter Wonderland.
A handful of school boards around the state that have attempted to ban books from school libraries, and have swiftly have been met with national backlash. With the removal of books regarding timely discussions about race, gender and sexuality, students aren’t free to learn from their messages and themes about identity and acceptance.
Harrisonburg businesses are feeling the impact of the current labor shortage happening nationwide.
The city's first public LGBTQ safe space had its soft opening Nov. 6.