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Service Animals

Updated: 09/04/2003 - A disabled Harrisonburg man says a local restaurant has discriminated against him, but the restaurant says he's being unreasonable.

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Governor Visits JMU

Updated: 09/04/2003 - Gov. Mark Warner is touring the state this week to announce his plans for education reform. And among his stops on Thursday was on the campus of James Madison University.

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Petitions Rejected by State

Updated: 09/04/2003 - The state will not move forward with a lawsuit set forth by Front Royal residents to remove several town officials.

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Eminent Domain

Updated: 09/03/2003 - Construction of a new sewer system along Route 11 has already begun, but one Rockingham County man, whose front yard is part of the project site, is standing in the way.

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Republicans Insurance

Updated: 09/03/2003 - Republican legislators say they will push for federal and state incentives to make long-term care insurance more affordable for Virginians.

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Warner-Education

Updated: 09/03/2003 - Gov. Mark Warner says his next budget will include full funding for the state Standards of Quality for public schools.

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Beating Death

Updated: 09/03/2003 - Clarke County authorities say a man found dead in the town of Boyce may have been beaten to death with a heavy-duty plastic hammer.

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Hospital Employee Wages

Updated: 09/03/2003 - Employees at Western State Hospital in Staunton are asking for higher wages

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VSDB Closure Could Hurt Staunton Economy

Updated: 09/02/2003 - The future of Staunton's Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind, and the children who attend, remains in limbo, but if it is closed, more than just the children will lose out. The city and its residents could be affected.

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Bedbugs Are Bugging Sleepers

Posted: 09/02/2003 - We've all heard the old saying, "Sleep tight. Don't let the bedbugs bite." However, it seems more people are finding out the hard way.

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New Restaurant Helps Boys & Girls Club

Updated: 09/02/2003 - A new restaurant opened in Harrisonburg on Tuesday. But for the first three days, the owner knows he won't see a dime of the profits.

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Entry Level Employment

Updated: 09/01/2003 - While many residents were at home this Labor Day enjoying a day off from work, others were at home because they don't have a job

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Training the Bravest

Updated: 09/02/2003 - Volunteer firefighters don't get much opportunity to train in like-live conditions. So when they get the chance, they jump at it.

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Police Increase Patrols

Updated: 08/29/2003 - Drivers won't be the only ones out in extra numbers this weekend.

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Arrest Coming in Internet Attack

Updated: 08/29/2003 - An 18-year-old is accused of writing a version of the damaging "Blaster" computer infection that spread quickly across the Internet

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Hunter Safety Course

Updated: 08/29/2003 - Hunting season is just around the corner, and would-be hunters are getting prepared.

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Dangerous Intersections

Updated: 08/28/2003 - Though it varies from year to year, in the last six years, Harrisonburg has seen between six and 14 traffic crashes per year between vehicles and pedestrians.

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