• #1 - Eichers Ready For Wedding Season
  • #2 - Simply Delightful
  • #3 - Democrats Once Sued Bush
  • #4 - One-State Solution Not Working In Middle East
  • #5 - Montezuma Snaps Eight-Game Losing Streak


  • Simply Delightful
  • Eichers Ready For Wedding Season
  • Rockingham 4H Exchanging Experiences
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  • Training Center Closures Still Eyed

    HARRISONBURG — Two area legislators are hopeful progress to close the state’s institutions for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities won’t be sidetracked now that several congressmen have stepped in. Read More

  • James Madison Buys South Main Property

    HARRISONBURG — More land in the southern end of the city has been bought for potential future use by James Madison University. Read More

  • Apartment Fire Shutters Downtown

    HARRISONBURG — Firefighters from multiple departments responded to a blaze that closed down much of downtown Tuesday night. Read More

  • City OKs Short-Term Deal For Silver Lake

    HARRISONBURG — City Council on Tuesday approved a six-month agreement for the town of Dayton’s use of Silver Lake, buying time for a permanent compromise. Read More

  • JMU, BRCC Called ‘Great Schools’ To Work

    HARRISONBURG — Blue Ridge Community College and James Madison University were listed Monday as two of more than 90 of the nation’s “Great Colleges To Work For.” Read More

  • Marine With Bridgewater Ties Takes Top Post

    HARRISONBURG — A Marine Corps officer with local ties was named to one of the corps’ top leadership positions last week. Read More

  • Author, ‘Gracious Leader’ Mourned

    HARRISONBURG — A well-known author, teacher and pastor of the Mennonite faith has died, leaving a remarkable impact on the Anabaptist community. Read More

  • City School Division Debuts Online Registration Process

    HARRISONBURG — For the first time, Harrisonburg parents and guardians can register their kids for school online. Read More

  • Red Cross: Urgent Need For Blood

    HARRISONBURG — The American Red Cross will conduct several area blood drives to combat a shortage in emergency blood supplies. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: A New Wave Of Stormwater Regs

    HARRISONBURG — Developer Jerry Scripture installed fire-suppression systems in college student housing he built two decades ago. Read More


  • CAA Football Gains Television Traction

    HARRISONBURG – For the first time since 2012, James Madison’s football team will not be on national television multiple times this season, and its lone appearance won’t even be at Bridgeforth Stadium. Read More

  • Regular Season Loses Its Luster

    HARRISONBURG – With Linda Failes retiring from her longtime post as Spotswood High School’s golf coach, Mike Ruckman is essentially operating as the Valley District’s new dean of coaches with 21 seasons at Harrisonburg already under his belt entering this fall. Read More

  • Tuckahoe Wins State Title, 5-2

    BRIDGEWATER – David almost waited out Goliath at Oakdale Park on Tuesday. Read More

  • Montezuma Snaps Eight-Game Losing Streak

    BROADWAY – Chandis Goff threw eight shutout innings to lead Montezuma to a 3-1 victory over Broadway in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Tuesday at Broadway High School. Read More

  • Turks Implode

    HARRISONBURG — The fourth time appeared to be the charm for Harrisonburg heading into the ninth inning of Tuesday night’s matchup with the Charles Town Cannons, who won the three previous meetings. Read More


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