Harrisonburg


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Har·ri·son·burg

 (hăr′ĭ-sən-bûrg′)
An independent city of north-central Virginia northwest of Charlottesville. It is a processing center in an agricultural region.
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Global Banking News-December 2, 2015--Blue Ridge Bank names market president for Harrisonburg
Chartered in 1893 as the Page Valley Bank of Virginia, today Blue Ridge Bank has additional branches in Shenandoah, McGaheysville, Charlottesville, and Harrisonburg.
The City of Harrisonburg Public Works Department collects a combined annual total of approximately 13,500 15,000 tons of MSW, recyclables and debris operating year-round.
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CommonWealth One said it has the only branch on the campus of 19,000-student James Madison University in Harrisonburg and a large number of Gen Y members.
Attending the bride as her matron of honor was her sister-in-law, Mary Amanda Clark Marble of Harrisonburg, Virginia.
We are extending our market presence in North Carolina with one facility located in Marshville, and entering a new market area in Virginia with the two facilities located in Harrisonburg," stated USCS President and CEO, David M.
VALKYRIE S/t (Twin Earth)--Impressively doomed debut by this Harrisonburg, VA, outfit mixes pentagram with Hawkwind influence.
Lucas has been at CSUN since June 2004, brought in from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.
Evans of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.