• #1 - Truck Driver Accused Of Stealing Meat
  • #2 - Whitfield Out As Elkton Town Manager
  • #3 - Ex-Teacher’s Case Advances
  • #4 - NEW: Crawford Sent To Jail
  • #5 - Family, Friends Gather For Funeral


  • Family, Friends Gather For Funeral
  • I Took One For The Team And Lost
  • Honoring The Past
  • Honoring The Green



  • NEW: Fire Badly Damages Page County Home

    A late Wednesday afternoon fire severely damaged a Page County home. Read More

  • NEW: AP Source: Christie Expected To End White House Bid

  • NEW: Alleged Police Impersonator Denied Bond

    An Elkton man arrested for impersonating a police officer was denied bond for a second time Wednesday. Read More

  • NEW: Spring Fire Season To Begin

    The state’s spring fire season begins next week, and the Virginia Department of Forestry is reminding residents to be aware of burning restrictions that will be in effect. Read More

  • NEW: City Road To Close For Repairs

    A portion of Water Street will be temporarily closed tomorrow morning for emergency bridge repairs. Read More

  • NEW: Crawford Sent To Jail

    An Elkton man who admitted to stealing a boat generator during a police sting in 2012 is behind bars after failing to complete his probation. Read More

  • County Division Seeks $23.1M For Schools

    HARRISONBURG — Some schools in Rockingham County may be getting a face-lift beginning next spring. Read More

  • Fire Chief Set To Retire

    HARRISONBURG — Longtime Harrisonburg Fire Chief Larry Shifflett is stepping down. Read More

  • Sentara RMH To Build ‘Hybrid’ Operating Room

    HARRISONBURG — By the end of the year, Sentara RMH Medical Center cardiologists expect to be replacing aortic valves with a minimally invasive technique in a new surgical area. Read More

  • Whitfield Out As Elkton Town Manager

    ELKTON — Kevin Whitfield is no longer Elkton’s town manager. Read More

  • Truck Driver Accused Of Stealing Meat

    HARRISONBURG — Where’s the beef? Capital Meat officials say check with a former deliveryman. Read More

  • Ex-Teacher’s Case Advances

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County judge found probable cause on Tuesday for prosecutors to press their case against a former special education teacher accused of embezzlement. Read More

  • Bay Program Director Recognized

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County students involved in the Peak at the Bay program don’t just learn about the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Read More

  • Dayton Gets $10K Grant For Greenway Master Plan

    DAYTON — Dayton will have some help funding its greenway plans. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: Hawksbill Diner Standing The Test Of Time

    STANLEY — Restaurants come and go, some unable to keep up with the economy while others close due to their owner’s retirement. But the Hawksbill Diner at 1388 E. Main St. in Stanley is one place that has stood the test of time. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: Manufacturer Weathers Industry Changes

    SHENANDOAH — At 11 years old, Jeffrey Vaughan swept the floor of the Shenandoah Machine Shop. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Going Green While Going Gray

    HARRISONBURG — Given the choice between living in a regular apartment or the Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community’s first “green” unit, Elizabeth Franks said she and her husband, Don, didn’t hesitate to take the eco-friendly option. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Eating Together Enhances Group Performance

    Such an assertion may seem entirely too simple to be believed. However, research discussed in the December issue of Harvard Business Review indicates that it’s absolutely correct. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: What Drives Value In The Absence Of A Driver?

    I don’t like driving. Like is probably too kind of a word — I abhor driving. Beyond the everyday nuisances like nonsensical traffic lights and slowpokes, aggressive drivers and those who are seemingly confused — driving is frustrating, and in my mind, a terrifically unproductive and wholly inefficient waste of time. Read More


  • JMU Builds O-Line For The Future

    HARRISONBURG — Jamal Powell was asked how he would describe his 2016 offensive line recruits. Read More

  • Eagles Breeze In C-36

    ELKTON — Before hosting Buffalo Gap, East Rockingham High School boys’ basketball coach Carey Keyes reminded sophomore point guard Chris Rogers that his team needed to play its best game. Read More

  • Energized Dukes

    HARRISONBURG —Marlin Ikenberry only needs to take short walk from his Memorial Hall office to see his vision for James Madison’s baseball program in motion. Read More

  • Eagles Lose In C-36

    SWOOPE — Sophomore forward Marybeth Strickler had 13 points to lead Buffalo Gap High School past East Rockingham 59-52 in the first round of the Conference 36 girls’ basketball tournament Tuesday. Read More

  • EMU Women Rout Shenandoah

    HARRISONBURG – Sophomore guard Myneshia Walker scored 14 points as Eastern Mennonite routed Shenandoah 76-58 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference women’s college basketball game Tuesday at Yoder Arena. Read More

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