Courtney Guiry, WDBJ7

Courtney Guiry


Harrisonburg, VA, United States

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Past articles by Courtney:

Downtown Harrisonburg Restaurant Month

As many restaurants have been negatively impacted by the pandemic, now it the time to explore the food of the Friendly City. → Read More

Virginia Spring fire season and 4 p.m. law begin

Violating the 4 p.m. law is considered a Class Three misdemeanor, with up to a $500 fine. → Read More

Virginia Spring fire season and 4 p.m. law begin

Violating the 4 p.m. law is considered a Class Three misdemeanor, with up to a $500 fine. → Read More

Winter coats in car seats may put your child at risk of ejection

With a coat on, Petit says the bulk can add two to four inches of excess space between the seat belt and your child’s body. → Read More

It’s time to renew the license for your dog

The deadline to renew is coming up on Sunday, Jan. 31. → Read More

13th Annual Brent Berry Food Drive delivers donations to the Salvation Army

Despite the pandemic, the Berry family says donation turnout this year was better than ever. → Read More

Mental Health America of Augusta welcomes new Executive Director

Blair says he comes into the position at a time when they are severely needed. In the past nine months, MHA-A has seen a 93% increase in anxiety and depression rates. → Read More

Virginia changes concealed handgun permit training requirements

“After the General Assembly session in 2020, beginning January 1st, the online training goes away and you can only take in person training,” Steve Landes said. → Read More

National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child starts Monday

The initiative, through Samaritan’s Purse, started in 1993, and since then has delivered over 178 million shoe boxes to children in over 160 countries. → Read More

Looking to get rid of your pumpkins?

The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality suggests composting your old pumpkins instead of just throwing them away. → Read More

Virtually attend Harrisonburg City Council’s forum

“I strongly encourage anybody, even if they’ve already voted, to still watch because three of them are going to be representing us on council, and whether or not you voted for them or whether or not those are the people that get elected, it’s important to get to know them,” Toni-Holsinger said. → Read More

Justice Dept. to file landmark antitrust case against Google

The suit could be an opening salvo ahead of other major government antitrust actions, given ongoing investigations of major tech companies including Apple, Amazon and Facebook at both the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission. → Read More

Harrisonburg Public Works to host volunteer tree planting event

50 trees will be planted at this year’s event, and are currently marked by white flags along the trail. → Read More

VDEM announces $1.7 million in COVID-19 grant funding

The Virginia Department of Emergency Management says $1,792,748 in Emergency Management Performance Grant Program Health Equity funding is going to be given to local governments across Virginia. → Read More

Harrisonburg Fire Department celebrates Fire Prevention Week

Every year, the National Fire Protection Association gives the week a theme, and this year’s theme brings attention to the number one cause of home fires. → Read More

Round two of Harrisonburg Business Recovery Grants launched

Round one of the grants approved 78 local businesses, giving a total of $420,000. → Read More

The 2020 Census deadline is Sept. 30th

Snider says for every resident who is counted in Harrisonburg, it is estimated the City will receive $20,000 in federal funding. → Read More

Sage Bird Ciderworks opens in downtown Harrisonburg

What started as a hobby at home, by pressing apples on their front porch and fermenting the juice in their basement, has now grown into a full business. → Read More

Harrisonburg Fire Department helps promote RHSPCA annual Clear the Shelters event

With extended hours from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m., you can find your new furry friend at a reduced price. → Read More

Harrisonburg Police Department prepares as students return to JMU

HPD is monitoring against 50 or more people at one gathering, and the consequences could cost you. → Read More