Harrisonburg Gets Its Own Craigslist

Brent Finnegan -- November 21st, 2006

Harrisonburg now has it’s own Craigslist. Less than a year ago, Charlottesville got theirs, and I knew we wouldn’t be far behind.

Also, in totally unrelated local web news, TV3 updated their website and added Yahoo & MSN RSS features, but no regular RSS feeds.


5 Responses to “Harrisonburg Gets Its Own Craigslist”

  1. Josh says:

    The regular RSS feeds are available here:




    You can subscribe to the feeds using any reader (such as Bloglines).

  2. maryloohoo says:

    Nice WHSV!!!! Now, why doesn’t WSVA get out of the “stone age” and do something to improve their site!

  3. finnegan says:

    Thanks, Josh. I’m ashamed to admit, I suck at the Internet.

    Maryloo, I think we are in agreement over the SVA site. It looks totally hip — for 1996.

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