Top Headlines July 30

By: Kitty Capelle
By: Kitty Capelle

These are the most popular headlines grabbing your attention on WHSV.com

Harrisonburg Farmers' Market Bans Dogs in 2013

This week the Harrisonburg Farmers' Market announced that dogs won't be allowed on the premises starting next year. It was a hotly debated decision that some worry takes away from the spirit of the outdoor shopping experience.

 

Football Clinic Aims To Promote Healthy Living

Five former National Football League players coached kids ages six to 12 at a free football clinic in Elkton on Sunday. Around 80 kids participated in the clinic hosted by Farmers Merchant and VBS Mortgage.

 

 

 

Prosecutors Drop Case Against HPD Officer

The animal cruelty case against Harrisonburg Police officer Jonathan Snoddy is now over. A special prosecutor appointed from Page County dismissed the case during an appeal Monday.

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