• #1 - Wreck On I-81 Injures Two
  • #2 - Boys & Girls Clubs Welcomes New Director
  • #3 - Ty’s Pizza Dough
  • #4 - Attendance Is Mandatory?
  • #5 - ‘It All Starts With A Block’


  • ‘It All Starts With A Block’
  • Historic Society To Mark Anniversary
  • Attendance Is Mandatory?
  • From Forbes To France



  • Wreck On I-81 Injures Two

  • City Man Pleads Guilty To Sex Attack

  • Sentara RMH President, CEO To Retire

    HARRISONBURG — Jim Krauss said Thursday morning that he set a personal goal years ago of being a hospital’s top executive, and he’s served in that capacity at Sentara RMH Medical Center since 2007. Read More

  • Parents Raise School Safety Concerns

    HARRISONBURG — Schools nationwide are grappling with their vulnerability to guns, and Valley schools are no exception. Read More

  • Parking Rule May Change

    HARRISONBURG — Businesses looking to open downtown may have another option to meet their required number of parking spaces. Read More

  • Boys & Girls Clubs Welcomes New Director

    HARRISONBURG — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County’s new director won’t be walking the school hallways every day. Read More

  • Child Care Advocate Awarded

    HARRISONBURG — A Shenandoah woman who channeled her grief into an effort to improve child care in Virginia has been recognized for her advocacy work. Read More

  • County Cop Investigator Of The Year

    HARRISONBURG — Tim Spitler, an investigator with the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, was named the state Homicide Investigator of the Year in Chesapeake on Wednesday. Read More

  • Homeless Housing Program Unveils Priority Policy

    HARRISONBURG — When agencies helping the homeless run low on funding, there’s often a difficult decision to make: Who is served and who is sent away? Read More

  • Manslaughter Case Delayed

    WOODSTOCK — A man accused of accidentally shooting a woman to death outside Mount Jackson is scheduled to appear at trial in Shenandoah County Circuit Court in February. Read More

  • Man Guilty Of Child Porn

    HARRISONBURG — A Frederick County resident and former public affairs chief for the trans-Atlantic division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers pleaded guilty to five child pornography counts Tuesday in U.S. District Court. Read More

  • Men On A Wire

  • Video: One Note At A Time

    Adults learn how to play the piano. Read More

  • JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20

    It was not a pleasant week for James Madison football coach Everett Withers. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: Three More Things I Think ... I Think

    Maybe I’ve been too hard on pundits. Through the three-quarter mark of the year, I have had seven shareable thoughts. Four were provided in the previous article and three you will soon read. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Home-Health Care Business Rising

    HARRISONBURG — As the nation grays, house calls are coming back in style. Read More


  • Ty’s Pizza Dough

    HARRISONBURG – Ty McFarland – he of the New York Yankees’ minor-league organization – started a new job Wednesday night. Read More

  • Help From Butler

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison senior Winston Grays has a bit of a tradition, one his roommate – fellow guard Devontae Morgan – got to know well last season. Read More

  • Streaks Wary Of 1-5 Blazers

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg High School football coach Chris Thurman was in attendance for Spotswood’s gut-wrenching 19-18 loss to Turner Ashby on Monday, so he saw with his own eyes how close the Blazers were. Read More

  • Scores & Schedules

    PENN LAIRD — Junior setter Isabelle Van Huss had 30 assists to carry Spotswood High School past Broadway, 25-17, 25-15, 25-22, in a Valley District volleyball match Thursday. Read More

  • JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20

    It was not a pleasant week for James Madison football coach Everett Withers. Read More

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