• #1 - NEW: JMU Student Charged With School Threat
  • #2 - Midday Crash
  • #3 - Horseback Rider Found Safe
  • #4 - A Lifetime Of Coaching Honored
  • #5 - Upscale Apartments Rising In Rockingham


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  • NEW: JMU Student Charged With School Threat

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department has charged a James Madison University student with making an electronic threat of bodily injury, referencing going into a high school and committing a shooting. Read More

  • NEW: Volunteers Sought To Plant Trees

    The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is seeking volunteers to help plant more than 200 native trees and shrubs along Smith Creek near Broadway on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Changing Face Of Health Care

    HARRISONBURG — For many in the business of making or keeping people healthy, 2014 has been a year of transformation. Read More

  • Sugar Grove Base Sought By Nonprofit

    SUGAR GROVE, W.Va. — The Navy’s Sugar Grove base could become home to a center of higher education unlike any other in the nation, if proponents win the backing of the federal General Services Administration. Read More

  • Page County Unemployment Rate Best Since 2008

    HARRISONBURG — Unemployment rates dropped across the region in September, but the plunge was most notable in Page County. Read More

  • Ed Chief Visits The Valley

    HARRISONBURG — Marking her first official trip to the Shenandoah Valley as Virginia secretary of education, Anne Holton got an up-close look at the diversity of Harrisonburg City Public Schools on Wednesday. Read More

  • Upscale Apartments Rising In Rockingham

    HARRISONBURG — By the end of the year, some people might be calling The Reserve at Stone Port “home.” Read More

  • Search Warrant Outlines BC Threat

    HARRISONBURG — An affidavit for a search warrant filed in Rockingham County Circuit Court reveals the threat made that led to a Bridgewater College student’s arrest last week. Read More

  • A Lifetime Of Coaching Honored

    HARRISONBURG — An end of season banquet for a youth football team turned into a celebration of one city’s man life dedicated to coaching and teaching young athletes. Read More

  • Horseback Rider Found Safe

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police and others spent nearly 12 hours searching Tuesday night and Wednesday morning for a lost horseback rider before finding her unharmed. Read More

  • Midday Crash

  • Fair Weather Fowls And Friends

  • NEW: Dukes On Playoff Bubble

  • Election 2014 — Harrisonburg City Council

    Editor’s note: On Nov. 4, Harrisonburg voters will go to the polls to choose from among six candidates to fill two City Council seats. Of the candidates, only Ted Byrd, a Republican, is an incumbent, ensuring at least one new face on the five-member council. The other incumbent whose seat is up for election, Councilman Charles Chenault, chose not to seek another four-year term. The remaining five candidates include one other Republican, D.D. Dawson; Democrats Alleyn Harned and Christopher Jones; Libertarian Helen Shibut; and independent Joshua Huffman. As part of the Daily News-Record’s 2014 campaign coverage, political reporter Bryan Gilkerson asked each candidate to respond to the same questions in 75 to 100 words. Below are their responses; some have been edited for style considerations and length. Read More

  • Video: 14th Annual SWAT Competition

    The competition, while friendly, serves as a means to develop and practice skills which may be employed during high-risk, life-and-death scenarios. Read More

  • What Are You Afraid Of? (WITH VIDEO)


  • College Soccer: Dukes Win 2-1

  • ERHS, HHS Excel

    FISHERSVILLE—When East Rockingham High School arrives at the 2A regional cross country meet next week, it will do so with experience. Read More

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