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Real Estate Reassessment

Updated: 02/21/2003 - Homeowners can appeal the recent re-assessment by the city.

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Budget Plan

Updated: 02/21/2003 - Pay raise on the way for valley teachers if ...

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Special Guest

Updated: 02/21/2003 - Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the United States speak to students at Shelburne Middle School about reaching goals.

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Snowy Sidewalks, Pedestrian Problem

Blizzard

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Unshoveled sidewalks are posing a pedestrian problem. It's putting many in a dangerous situation. Police are asking people not to walk in the road, but it's the only way to get around in some areas.

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Still Snowed In

Snowy Road

Updated: 02/20/2003 - The storm of the century has come and gone and for many in the Valley, life is back to normal. But there are some neighborhoods that are still snowed in.

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Product Recalls

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Fireworks of Alabama announces the recall of bamboo-stick sparklers and Playnation Play Systems announces a recall of "Fun Buckets" on backyard play sets.

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Rain on Snow Could Cause Floods in East

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Residents still struggling with mountains of snow in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic could be in for a second headache courtesy of Mother Nature: flooding.

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Unlicensed Drivers in More Fatal Crashes

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Unlicensed and drunken drivers continue to evade measures to keep them off the roads, said a pair of studies released Thursday.

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Cleanup Costs

Updated: 02/20/2003 - The cost of cleaning up the black ice and snow might be more than you think.

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City Race for State Senate

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Harrisonburg's votes are in for two state Senate candidates. The race for the city's Republican nomination for the 26th District has come to an end.

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Shoveling Soreness

Updated: 02/20/2003 - If you woke up this morning feeling achy, it may be from digging out your driveway Wednesday. But before you pick up that shovel again, here are a few tips for preventing soreness.

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Booming Business

Updated: 02/19/2003 - The snow has been a pain for many, but for some businesses it's a blessing.

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Black Ice

Updated: 02/19/2003 - While many road conditions are getting better, there is something you need to watch out for.

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New High School on Hold?

Updated: 02/19/2003 - Winter weather causes delays to Harrisonburg's new high school. But will it delay the opening?

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Getting the Mail Through

Updated: 02/19/2003 - The U.S. Postal Service has also been affected by the winter weather.

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More Jobs on the Way

Updated: 02/19/2003 - A $463,000 grant is great news for Page County.

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Safety Over Money

Updated: 02/19/2003 - One truck company thinks about drivers before money.

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Plowed In

Updated: 02/19/2003 - Harrisonburg residents are trying to dig out after being plowed in by city street crews.

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Towing Extreme

Updated: 02/19/2003 - If you want a tow truck to get you out of the snow or ice, be prepared to wait.

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Valley Flood Risk

Updated: 02/19/2003 - As temperatures rise, the snow is beginning to melt, and the melting has many citizens concerned about the potential for flooding.

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Winchester Covered

Updated: 02/19/2003 - Many Valley communities are starting to recover from the winter storm. But for one, it will take a little more than others. With 30 inches of snow, Winchester has its hands full.

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Death on the Slopes

Posted: 02/18/2003 - For the second time in three months there has been a death on a sledding slope in the Valley.

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A Great Deal, Or Is It?

Updated: 02/18/2003 - The Virginia State Police will hold another auction March 19, 2003 at the State Police Headquarters in Richmond.

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