Marina Barnett, WHSVnews

Marina Barnett


Harrisonburg, VA, United States

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Past articles by Marina:

Perdue grant provides Good Food School Markets to Harrisonburg and Broadway high schools

A $100,000 grant from Perdue has allowed the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank (BRAFB) partner with Harrisonburg High School and Broadway High School to provide Good Food School Markets. → Read More

Aramark serves meals to furloughed JMU dining associates

James Madison University’s (JMU) dining service, Aramark, has been serving meals once a week since April to its furloughed employees. → Read More

Harrisonburg hosts pop-up mask giveaway

The city of Harrisonburg will give out free face masks on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the Waterman Square Shopping Center → Read More

Harrisonburg Fire Department moving pizza and smoke alarm night to virtual event

Harrisonburg Fire Department (HFD) will host its 17th annual Smoke Alarm and Pizza Night virtually on July 8, 2020. → Read More

No Kid Hungry partners with Valley school districts to break down barriers between children and access to food

No Kid Hungry-- a national non-profit campaign to end problems of hunger around the country-- wants to make sure families know where they can receive free meals this summer. → Read More

The Community Foundation preps for the Great Community Give

The Community Foundation for Rockingham and Harrisonburg is encouraging everyone to point, click, give and make an online donation during the day. → Read More

FDA: Stay away from potentially toxic hand sanitizers

The Food and Drug Administration asked consumers not to use specific hand sanitizers that were manufactured in Mexico because of possibly toxic chemicals. → Read More

Harrisonburg Farmers Market opens in a modified walk-through form

The Harrisonburg Farmers Market will open in a modified walk through market form on Saturday, June 13. → Read More

Waynesboro Elks #2270 deliver Totes of Hope to Augusta Health

The Waynesboro Elks Lodge #2270 donated more than 200 Totes of Hope to Augusta Health's cancer center. → Read More

Lincoln Homestead renovations begin, set to be complete in summer 2021

The Lincoln Homestead, which used to be the home of Abraham Lincoln's great-grandfather, is officially under renovation. → Read More

Kaizen Institute offers Valley businesses free services for opening back up

The Kaizen Institute is a global company that offers support to businesses and strives for continuous improvement. → Read More

May is Stroke Awareness Month: learning about the signs and symptoms

May is Stroke Awareness Month. → Read More

Harrisonburg Fire Department offers online tools for fire safety and education

Harrisonburg Fire Department (HFD) has released a series of videos online for both adults and children to watch and learn about fire safety while people are practicing social distancing. → Read More

Mashita launches #GiveSsam Project, donating meals to health care workers

Mashita, a Korean-inspired restaurant in downtown Harrisonburg, has launched its #GiveSsam Project to keep cash flowing into the business while the community is supporting local health care workers. → Read More

Bluestone Vineyard begins canning wine

Bluestone Vineyard has added cans of wine to their offerings. → Read More

Harrisonburg woman seeks help of people who can sew to complete order of 1,000 face masks

Jennifer Tullo said she has a lot of friends who work in the health care industry, which inspired her to make face masks to sell on her website and donate a mask to local health care workers for each one she sold. → Read More

Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation asks people to practice social distancing

Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation said it will keep green space and hiking trails open as long as people continue to practice social distancing. → Read More

JMU moves Relay for Life to virtual event

James Madison University (JMU) was supposed to kick off its Relay for Life event on April 3, but it has been moved to a virtual event which will take place on April 17. → Read More

Couple disappointed after having to postpone wedding in the Valley

Couples across the country have had to put weddings on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the same holds true for a couple set to get married in the Valley this weekend. → Read More

Shenandoah Automotive adds new measures to keep business flowing amid COVID-19 outbreak

Businesses across the country are taking a hit during the Coronavirus pandemic and Shenandoah Automotive in Harrisonburg is feeling the impact. → Read More