In a media report sent out by Michael Parks, Harrisonburg City director of communications, he said that the investigation into the Miller Circle explosion was complete and there's no reason to believe foul play was involved.
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An explosion was heard around Harrisonburg this morning on S. Main St. Three people were hospitalized and the scene is currently being investigated.
After approving short-term rentals last March, Harrisonburg City Council recently ruled "homestays" legal.
On Feb. 25, Harrisonburg City will host a job fair. The city is hoping to increase its number of part-time employees after the fair.
After 30 years of service, Fire Chief Ian Bennett is stepping down from his position.
The local chapter of Occupy Wall Street recently started a petition for a low barrier homeless shelter in Harrisonburg.
City to host event Tuesday at City Council Chambers showcasing new logos for all of its departments.
During the initial phases of a waterline replacement project on Westmoreland Drive, the westbound lanes on Port Republic Road will shift into one lane.
After 27 years of working as a transit operator, Robin Short has won several awards while pursuing her passion of connecting with other people.