• #1 - Crash Injures Luray Women
  • #2 - New Judges Get OK
  • #3 - T’Ville Gives Walmart Thumbs Up
  • #4 - Spotswood Now 10-0
  • #5 - Conference Center Still Alive?


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  • T’Ville Gives Walmart Thumbs Up

    TIMBERVILLE — Rockingham County is poised to get another Walmart, although not without some opposition. Read More

  • Going Once, Twice...

    HARRISONBURG — Bargain hunters were out at the Rockingham County Public Schools maintenance complex on Liberty Street early Thursday morning, walking the rows of surplus items headed for the auction block in search of good deals. Read More

  • Conference Center Still Alive?

    HARRISONBURG — Just like the mythical phoenix, a proposed hotel and conference center for downtown Harrisonburg may be rising from the ashes. Read More

  • Choosing Compassion

    BRIDGEWATER — On its face, it sounds a little much to believe: Scarlett Lewis considers the day her son was murdered as the “world’s greatest day of compassion,” and not something far more traumatic. Read More

  • Crash Injures Luray Women

    Two Luray residents were flown to the University of Virginia Medical Center on Thursday afternoon after a single-vehicle crash in Page County. Read More

  • New Judges Get OK

    HARRISONBURG — The General Assembly selected new judges for the state Thursday night, picking three Harrisonburg lawyers to fill spots in the 26th Judicial District. Read More

  • Food For Thought

    HARRISONBURG — If you own or want to own a food-related business in Harrisonburg or Rockingham County, those local governments and three partners have something cooking for you. Read More

  • JMU Students Turn Other Cheek To Inflammatory Speaker

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison University students got in the act of becoming viral stars this week thanks to a visit from an outspoken member of a North Carolina ministry. Read More

  • Plane Lands Safely At SVRA, Sans Gear

    HARRISONBURG — A small, private plane landed without its landing gear late Thursday morning at Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, but nobody was injured and there was no disruption to service, Executive Director Greg Campbell said. Read More

  • Season's Bounty

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Startup Fever?

    HARRISONBURG — When the entrepreneurial bug bites, sound thinking can go out the window. Read More


  • BC’s Rx?

    BRIDGEWATER — Matthew Pisarcik has a lot going on these days. Read More

  • BHS’s Edge: Home

    BROADWAY – One look at the home stands on Friday nights is all C.K. Ray needs to gather extra motivation to play hard at Broadway High School. Read More

  • Spotswood Now 10-0

    WAYNESBORO – Senior setter Elizabeth Dofflemyer had 32 assists and unbeaten Spotswood High School swept Waynesboro 25-15, 25-12, 25-12 in a Valley District volleyball match Thursday night at WHS. Read More

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