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Past articles by Janson:

Community hopes to raise money for 'Coach Bill'

This weekend, a fundraiser will be held for Bill Phipps, or —as many call him— 'Coach Bill.' → Read More

Grant looks to put more affordable housing within reach

Sometimes it can be hard to find affordable housing in a city, but a new grant → Read More

Shenandoah County house goes crazy for Trump

During the election season, you may see a lot of commercials for Hillary or Trump, but what about a house? → Read More

Bridgewater sophomore qualifies for national Taekwondo team

Rosanni Lake Montero is one of the top 8 girls in the country in her weight division for Taekwondo. → Read More

JMU announces new honors college

After two decades of work, James Madison University announced they will soon have a brand new Honors College for students to attend. → Read More

Valley organization creates a website for emerging technology

A Valley organization created a new website that could affect the way you travel in the future. → Read More

New smartphone app designed to film police interactions

A new app, called 'Mobile Jutice,' allows anyone to send phone video directly to the ACLU. → Read More

Make sure your deck is safe before you entertain guests

Summer is primetime for injuries caused by deck collapses, and a local contractor showed WHSV how you can check your deck for safety issues. → Read More

What exactly happens at the Republican National Convention?

You may be asking, what actually happens at the convention? → Read More

Peace rally in Harrisonburg hopes to create an open dialogue

Organizers are hoping for a decent crowd but say no matter how many people show up, it is all about their message. → Read More

Warner makes his way through the Valley listening to folks' concerns

At the Mimslyn Inn on Sunday, Sen. Mark Warner took the time to answer an array of questions. → Read More

Virginia is the key to winning the White House, says one politician

All eyes are on Cleveland this week as we are just two days away from the start of the Republican National Convention. → Read More

Two groups converge on downtown Harrisonburg on Saturday

Two groups took to the streets Saturday. One group marched in remembrance of lives taken by police. The other group was there to honor police. → Read More

Iron gates being stolen across Rockingham County

All the thefts coming out of the Cross Keys and Port Republic areas, and the thieves are stealing them right out of graveyards. → Read More

Pokemon Go could get you in some hot water with the law

Throughout the virtual Pokemon world, there are many places that players need to go to be good at the game; but players in the real world have to pay attention because they might be trespassing. → Read More

The Greenbrier opens back up to excited guests

Today, The Greenbrier opened up its doors to paying customers for the first time since the deadly West Virginia flooding in June. → Read More

'Pokemon Go' a boost to foot traffic and business

Unlike other games, a person can't get anywhere unless they physically walk there, and all that walking can be a big boost to foot traffic. → Read More

Little girl makes her way back to something she loves

Ever since a tragic accident she hasn't been able to enjoy America's pastime. → Read More

Harrisonburg police: be alert for counterfeit cash

Harrisonburg police are warning local businesses after they've seen an uptick in counterfeit money being used across the area. Along with the warning, they are sharing ways to help you avoid being scammed. → Read More

Women-can-fly event shows women: You can fly!

Women make up only 6 percent of all trained and licensed pilots. → Read More