• #1 - I-81 Closure To Be Longer
  • #2 - Happy 100th, Mr. Wampler
  • #3 - Ups And Downs Of 2015
  • #4 - JMU Beats EMU, 106-74
  • #5 - Dayton Gets New Light


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  • JMU Beats EMU, 106-74

    HARRISONBURG – The little guys had their moments during Tuesday night’s David-and-Goliath matchup at the Convocation Center, but junior forward Dimitrije Cabarkapa and the James Madison basketball team still managed to take care of business in a big way. Read More

  • Talkin’ Turkey

    HARRISONBURG — It’s not the size of the bird, but the way it’s roasted. Read More

  • Avian Flu Still A Threat

    HARRISONBURG — Though many wild birds have moved south for the winter, state and national agricultural officials said Tuesday that the threat from highly pathogenic avian influenza is far from over. Read More

  • I-81 Closure To Be Longer

    HARRISONBURG — Repairs to a bridge on Interstate 81 will take longer and cost more than anticipated. Read More

  • Farmers Market Season Ends

    HARRISONBURG — Bright and early Tuesday morning, shoppers perused the items available at the last Tuesday market of the Harrisonburg Farmers Market’s summer season. Read More

  • Teachers Receive REFI Grants

    PENN LAIRD — Fourteen teachers received grants from the Rockingham Educational Foundation Inc. at the county school board’s meeting on Monday. Read More

  • Dayton Gets New Light

    HARRISONBURG — Soon, drivers won’t have to wait as long to turn at a Dayton intersection. Read More

  • Area Family Grateful For Community

    SHENANDOAH — While investigators continue working to determine what caused a fire at 800 Fleesburg Loop on Nov. 11, the community is coming to the aid of the family whose home was lost. Read More

  • Legion Needs $5,000 For Veterans Memorial

    The New Market American Legion Ladies Auxiliary hopes to raise $5,000 by the end of the month to dedicate a veterans memorial in May. Read More

  • Light Work

  • NEW: Lee Named CAA Offensive Player Of Year

    In just eight games, James Madison senior quarterback Vad Lee proved he was the best player in the Colonial Athletic Association this season. The Georgia Tech transfer was named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year on Tuesday in a vote by league coaches, despite missing the final three games of the regular season with a broken left foot. Read More


  • Ups And Downs Of 2015

    HARRISONBURG — Now that East Rockingham has been knocked out of the playoffs, the city/county will have to wait until next fall to watch high school football again. But the 2015 season isn’t one to forget so quickly. Read More

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