This is the second installment in a Q&A series with Harrisonburg City Council candidates. hburgnews.com reader Chris writes: “In many cases JMU students are forced to leave Harrisonburg post-graduation because of a lack of jobs in their field. Because of this, the Harrisonburg community loses much talent that would be beneficial to our community. As […]
On October 1, we asked readers to help us come up with a list of questions for Harrisonburg City Council candidates to answer. We made a list and emailed all the candidates the first question. This is the first post of several in a Q&A series about the upcoming local elections (November 2). We’ll be […]
Carolyn Frank, Tony Wilt, and Kai Degner reveal their approaches to helping our area's economy. Fifth and final video in a series.
Carolyn Frank, Tony Wilt, and Kai Degner explain their views on the state's role in public education. Fourth video in a series.
Carolyn Frank, Tony Wilt, and Kai Degner discuss possible fixes for the area's transportation woes. Third video in a series.
Carolyn Frank, Tony Wilt, and Kai Degner talk about making priorities during lean budgets. Second video in a series.
Carolyn Frank, Tony Wilt, and Kai Degner sit down to tell us why they're running for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates. First video in a series.
Republican candidates John Elledge, Tony Wilt, and Ted Byrd tell us why you should consider voting for them in next Tuesday's "firehouse primary".
Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past month, you know that last night the U.S. House of Representatives passed a monumental and controversial healthcare reform package. I emailed Harrisonburg resident and nationally-renown healthcare reform expert, Timothy Jost, to get his take on the historic bill.