• #1 - ‘ALL FOR HIM’
  • #2 - Crash Victim Fundraiser
  • #3 - No More Deodorant!
  • #4 - Walmart Plan Waits Approval
  • #5 - Better Safe Than Sorry


  • Valley Roots Run Deep
  • Arts Take Center Stage In June
  • Mountain Bikers Ready To Ride
  • See&Do Briefs



  • NEW: Elkton Man Accepts Life Sentence In Child Porn Case

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man accepted a life sentence this morning in Rockingham County Circuit Court for forcibly sodomizing a young child. Read More

  • NEW: Rockingham County Fair Bans Live Poultry

    The threat of avian flu is causing the Rockingham County Fair to bar live poultry from the fairgrounds indefinitely. Read More

  • Better Safe Than Sorry

    HARRISONBURG — Walking past James Madison University’s Godwin Field on Wednesday, onlookers may have wondered why people in hazmat suits were headed toward Shorts Hall. Read More

  • Walmart Plan Waits Approval

    TIMBERVILLE — Before shoppers can “roll back the savings” at Timberville’s future Walmart store, the Bentonville, Ark., company will need two more approvals of its final site plan. Read More

  • ‘Champions’ For MS

    HARRISONBURG — Through his volunteer efforts, Peter S. Yates has left his mark on many residents of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. Read More

  • USDA Offers Student Debt Help To Rural Vets

    HARRISONBURG — Veterinarians with student loan debt who want to get their hands dirty and their balance sheets clean can apply to serve in rural areas of Virginia. Read More

  • Boy Scout A Real Bass Act

    HARRISONBURG — Spotswood High School senior Jackson Theimer is taking his Eagle Scout service project as an opportunity to get a jump-start on his career. Read More

  • Crash Victim Fundraiser

    ELKTON — A locally owned Domino’s is partnering with other Elkton-area businesses to help the families of two teens involved in last week’s fatal car crash. Read More

  • Harrisonburg Speller Eliminated From National Bee

    HARRISONBURG — If Mary Elizabeth Vaughan could have tapped the type of person whose title tripped her up Wednesday, she might still be in the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Apartments Rise Around Friendly City

    HARRISONBURG — Unless you’re a college student, apartment options in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County for years were relegated mostly to city complexes and small developments in nearby towns.That’s no longer the case. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: How Best To Inspire Innovation

    Leaders drive innovation. Or block it. A recent survey of business leaders revealed that 94 percent of business leaders consider innovation key to their organizations’ success, but only 14 percent are confident about their organizations’ ability to drive innovation. Read More



    STAUNTON — Ethan Zander was never one to quit. Read More

  • HHS Rallies In 7th

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg High School baseball team was down to its last out in the bottom of the seventh inning Wednesday with no runners aboard in an elimination game trailing 7-5. Read More

  • Streaks Blank Judges

    HARRISONBURG — Dealing with nagging injuries, the Harrisonburg High School boys’ soccer team welcomed the seven days off between the regular season and postseason. Read More

  • Football? It Can Wait

    ELKTON – Timmy Sapp was perhaps a signature away from agreeing to join the Marines after he graduates from East Rockingham High School next month. Read More

  • High School Roundup

    ELKTON — Brandon Gochenour pitched a complete game five-hitter to lead No. 4 seed Wilson Memorial High School over top-seeded East Rockingham 6-3 in a Conference 36 semifinal baseball game Wednesday. Read More

  • Eye On Sky, C-29 Adjusts

    HARRISONBURG – Times for Conference 29 championship games and sites for C-29 consolation games today have been changed in an effort to allow for more time in the event of rain delays. Read More

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