Mandy Bartholomew, WHSVnews

Mandy Bartholomew


Harrisonburg, VA, United States

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Past articles by Mandy:

Mount Crawford approves comprehensive plan

It includes traffic plans and other town improvement projects. → Read More

Waynesboro amends parking fines ordinance

The amendment states the fines will now be $20 for a parking ticket. → Read More

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library expands to a read aloud tour

Over the course of five weeks, a read-aloud will be held at each Harrisonburg and Rockingham County library. → Read More

Blue Ridge Area Food Bank holds school food drive

This year there have been record numbers of participation in the food drive. → Read More

Staunton family back in their forever home after fire destroys house in Jan

Over the last seven days, more than 70 people showed up to help renovate Dawn and Jerry Davis’ home. → Read More

Page County Board of Supervisors hears update on rec center, asks for more information

The Board of Supervisors’ biggest question was how could the rec center ultimately generate revenue. → Read More

VA rules and regulations for sports betting heading into March Madness

The start of March Madness is just days away. Many will be filling out their brackets and placing their bets on popular sports books throughout Virginia. → Read More

Sentara gives insight into hospice amid President Carter’s care

In Virginia, Dr. McQuain said hospice care could be utilized much more. → Read More

Rocktown History rallying votes for finial of former Court Square spring house

Rocktown History needs your help in preserving a piece of Harrisonburg history. → Read More

Shenandoah County School Board gives update on bullying concerns

The principals discussed the importance of knowing and being present with the children that attend their schools to have a better understanding when it comes to discipline. → Read More

Warm weather causing allergy symptoms earlier than normal this year

A health expert from Sentara RMH said the warm weather and strong winds the Valley has experienced in recent weeks are causing the early onset of allergies. → Read More

Generations Park nearing end of successful winter season

New games like shuffleboard and offering ice skating lessons have broadened the participation at Generations Park → Read More

Waynesboro implements burn ban effective until Saturday

Waynesboro has issued a city-wide burn ban effective until Sat at 4 p.m. → Read More

Egg prices decline in the Valley, Avian Flu still poses a threat

Health experts say Avian Flu spikes have calmed down, but that doesn’t mean the Valley’s in the clear. → Read More

Jon Henry opens short term rental ‘Weaver Hotel’ beside General Store

Henry is keeping the history alive by returning this building to its roots → Read More

Pizza shop in downtown Harrisonburg celebrates National Pizza Day

By the slice or by the box, one Harrisonburg pizza shop saw heavy foot traffic Thursday for National Pizza Day. → Read More

Augusta County BOS votes on domestic chicken ordinances

The Board of Supervisors discussed and voted on changes in the county at Wednesday’s meeting. → Read More

Augusta County BOS votes on domestic chicken ordinances

The Board of Supervisors discussed and voted on changes in the county at Wednesday’s meeting. → Read More

Elkton appoints Jan Hensley to Town Council

At Monday night’s town council meeting, Jan Hensley was appointed to fill a vacant seat after a former member resigned. → Read More

State veterinarian said spring months are crucial in Avian flu containment

“The highest risk throughout the spring both in temperatures and the presence of migratory birds, the ducks and geese that are flying overhead are more prevalent in the springtime,” → Read More