• #1 - Vad’s To Lose?
  • #2 - HHS Staff Note Crowding
  • #3 - Trial Set For JMU Lawsuit
  • #4 - Eicher Family Adjusts To New Routine
  • #5 - Wrong Target


  • Launching The Holiday Spirit
  • Eicher Family Adjusts To New Routine
  • Charity Run Boasts Many Facets
  • Microsoft Edge, Solitaire In W10



  • Police Warn Of HEC Scam

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department is warning residents about a phone scam targeting local businesses. Read More

  • HPD Investigates Indecent Exposure Reports

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department is investigating three separate reports of indecent exposure between Sept. 30 and Monday. Read More

  • HHS Staff Note Crowding

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg High School faculty and staff had plenty to say Tuesday night about their school’s growing space crunch. Read More

  • City Growth Pairs County Stability

    HARRISONBURG — As expected, Harrisonburg City Public Schools gained students this year, while those in Rockingham County remained relatively stable. Read More

  • ‘Think Of Yourself As A Leader’

  • Kasich Announces Hanger As Co-Chair

    HARRISONBURG — State Sen. Emmett Hanger, R-Mount Solon, is one of four co-chairs for Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s Republican presidential campaign in Virginia. Read More

  • Trial Set For JMU Lawsuit

    HARRISONBURG — A trial is scheduled for next June in the case of a suspended James Madison University student who claims he was wrongfully punished for a consensual sexual encounter with another student last year. Read More

  • Combatting Sexual Violence

    HARRISONBURG — While college campuses have been under the microscope as policymakers throughout the U.S. try to combat sexual violence, the issue affects every corner of the world. Read More

  • Assault Reports Up

    HARRISONBURG — The number of sexual assault and dating violence reports at James Madison University for September is up this year. Read More

  • Candidate Forum Held

    MOUNT JACKSON — Four of the five candidates running for office in Shenandoah County’s 2nd District discussed agriculture, the economy and schools at the election’s first candidate forum Monday at Triplett Tech. Read More

  • Saving Lives - Remembering A Friend

  • 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


  • Vad’s To Lose?

    HARRISONBURG — The two met at Colonial Athletic Association media day in Baltimore in July, sharing a bond over their football dominance. Read More

  • East Rock Does It Again

    HARRISONBURG – East Rockingham High School’s golf team is headed back to the 2A state tournament, and senior standout Jacob Laughlin thinks that’s pretty cool. Read More

  • Strickler Close, But ...

    HARRISONBURG – Spotswood High School senior Ben Strickler estimates he’s played the No. 1 hole at Lakeview Golf Club’s Peak course hundreds of times. Read More

  • Blue-Collar RBs Spark ERHS’s Offense

    ELKTON — On East Rockingham High School’s football team, it’s rare that a player goes all summer without missing a day of practice. Read More

  • EMHS Gets 1-1 Tie

    HARRISONBURG – Sophomore forward Chad Martin scored with a minute left as Eastern Mennonite High School forged a 1-1 tie against Covenant in a Virginia Independent Conference soccer game Tuesday. Read More

  • Schedule and Scores

  • 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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