• #1 - A Break From Tradition
  • #2 - Don’t Let Fear Turn Refugees Away
  • #3 - Video: Jousting Tournament
  • #4 - Yes, There Was Cheering On 9/11
  • #5 - Video: March Snow Day


  • Visitors Welcome
  • Getting Into The Rhythm
  • Bringing In The Holidays With A Song
  • Christmas Concert To Spotlight ‘Valley Sound’



  • 12,500 Turkeys Died In Fire

    HARRISONBURG — A fire that destroyed a poultry house near Shenandoah on Thursday and caused an estimated $400,000 in damage also claimed the lives of thousands of turkeys, fire officials say. Read More

  • Bright Opportunities

    SHENANDOAH — What Jenny French asked a James Madison University professor to provide was an intern to help her local company crack the export code. Read More

  • Nexus Gives Back $30K Creatively

    HARRISONBURG — One Valley company is putting a creative twist on giving back. Read More

  • Smoke, No Fire

  • Vintage Shopping Experience

    DAYTON — Merchants and shoppers at Dayton’s Vintage Christmas Open House may have missed out on Friday morning’s doorbuster shopping frenzy. Read More

  • Page Merchants Promote Local First

    LURAY — Page County merchants are hoping residents think local today when checking off their holiday shopping lists this season. Read More

  • Regs Trace Cattle For Diseases

    HARRISONBURG — Amendments to two state animal regulations will change the way cattle are tested and traced for diseases, the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences has announced. Read More

  • $35K Grant To Aid Town’s Infrastructure

    Edinburg has received a $35,000 state grant to map improvements to the town’s infrastructure and economy. Read More

  • After Long Wait, Signs Ready To Welcome Stanley Visitors

    STANLEY — It took more than seven years, but the new signs welcoming visitors to Stanley have finally been unveiled. Read More


  • JMU Relies On New QB

    HARRISONBURG — Brett Elliott claims he doesn’t mind the few gray hairs now highlighting his beard. Read More

  • Dukes Down Herd

    HUNTINGTON, W.Va. —There were some dicey moments down the stretch Friday night, but James Madison’s basketball team now has its first winning streak of the 2015-16 season. Read More

  • Schedules and Scores

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