• #1 - Cops Raid Suspected Meth Lab
  • #2 - Car Dealer Sentenced In Tax Scam
  • #3 - NEW: Driver Charged In BC Student's Death
  • #4 - Flushing Money Away
  • #5 - Bridgewater Boundary Bill Nixed By Gov.


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  • NEW: Driver Charged In BC Student's Death

    HARRISONBURG — The Virginia State Police has charged a Staunton woman with involuntary manslaughter in connection with a March 18 crash that killed a Bridgewater College freshman. Read More

  • NEW: County To Purchase McGaheysville Substation

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County Fire and Rescue responders are moving into new digs this spring. Read More

  • NEW: State Board Expands SOL Retesting

    RICHMOND (AP) — Elementary and middle school students who fail this spring's Standards of Learning tests by narrow margins or because of extenuating circumstances can retake the exams before the end of the school year. Read More

  • Bridgewater Boundary Bill Nixed By Gov.

    HARRISONBURG — In one fell swoop Thursday morning, Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed six Republican-sponsored bills related to redistricting, including one from Del. Tony Wilt, R-Broadway. Read More

  • Fleming To Step Down On April 2

    HARRISONBURG — After nearly three weeks of speculation, the fate of the city School Board chairman’s seat has been decided. On Thursday, Dany Fleming submitted a formal letter of resignation to the division. Read More

  • Alger Talks Value Of Higher Ed

    HARRISONBURG — A lot of people have been questioning the cost and value of higher education, Jonathan Alger said Thursday. Read More

  • Cops Raid Suspected Meth Lab

    HARRISONBURG — Six people were detained Thursday night, five of whom were arrested in connection to a suspected methamphetamine lab discovered by police north of Harrisonburg. Read More

  • Car Dealer Sentenced In Tax Scam

    HARRISONBURG — A city car dealer will spend most of the next year in federal prison for skimming the IRS out of more than a half-million dollars. Read More

  • Grand Jury To Weigh Schultz Case

    HARRISONBURG — Murder charges against a Page County father and son were certified Thursday afternoon to a Page County Circuit Court grand jury. Read More

  • Flushing Money Away

    HARRISONBURG — Imagine coming home to raw sewage accumulating in your basement. Read More

  • Extra Night Of Music Gets Encore At Fair

    HARRISONBURG — The jury is in, Jeff Ishee said. Three nights of concerts are good for the Rockingham County Fair, so the weeklong event will launch this year with big-name musical acts on its first three nights. Read More

  • Girl’s Birthday Wish Is For Donors To Give Blood

    HARRISONBURG — For her sixth birthday, Chloe Fuller didn’t ask for toys. Instead, she would rather other kids receive the same thing that saved her life last year: the gift of blood. Read More

  • Responding

  • Work-School-Volunteer-Life Balance

    At 14, Clover Hill resident Ryan Kline took his first EMS call. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Three Relatively Random Thoughts

    We live in a world of constant information. Consider this: On average, there are approximately 600 million opinions shared daily on Facebook and Twitter alone. This is before you take into account traditional media outlets, including television, newspapers, radio stations and the advertisements scattered throughout all of them. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Investors On The Post-Recession Plan

    HARRISONBURG — For stock market investors in October 2007, the sky seemed to be the limit. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor’s 500 reached all-time highs on Oct. 9, and on the last day of the month the NASDAQ Composite reached its highest point since the tech bubble burst in 2000. Then, the sky fell. Read More

  • HOMETOWN FRANKLIN: School’s Grand Opening On Tap

    FRANKLIN, W.Va. — The new state-of-the-art Franklin Elementary School will hold its grand opening Friday. Read More


    BRANDYWINE, W.Va. — The happy face of her grandfather, Harry Thompson, eyeing his 70th birthday cake really touched specialty baker Linda T. Rexrode. Read More


  • Blazer Tech Bound

    PENN LAIRD – Elijah Haag’s budding track-and-field career is taking him places. Read More

  • Rookie Starts Strong

    ELKTON – There is no elaborate backstory behind East Rockingham High School freshman Serenity Bishop’s soothing first name. Read More


    HARRISONBURG — A couple times a week, James Madison softball coach Mickey Dean will post a motivating quote or message on Twitter. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    STAUNTON — Senior left-hander Sam Imeson had eight strikeouts to lead Harrisonburg High School to a 15-4 slaughter-rule win in five innings over R.E. Lee in a Valley District baseball game Thursday. Read More

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