NEW: City Fifth On Mag's List Of 'Best College Towns'
HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg ranks fifth on a travel magazine’s list of the 20 best college towns in the nation. Read More
NEW: Teacher Faces Trial Feb. 20
WOODSTOCK — A trial date has been set in the case of a middle school teacher charged with hazing students. Read More
NEW: South Fork Fire Fully Contained
Firefighters have fully contained the South Fork Fire, which at one time covered over 600 acres near the Shenandoah County and Page County line. Read More
Recount Dates Set
HARRISONBURG — A three-judge panel may declare a winner in the historically tight attorney general’s race on Dec. 19 — three days after a statewide recount is set to begin. Read More
Paper Or Touch Screen?
HARRISONBURG — On the subject of voting equipment, Harrisonburg Registrar Debbie Logan has tunnel vision. Read More
GA Members Get Ready
HARRISONBURG — The all-Republican local contingent of General Assembly members will venture to Richmond next month under new leadership, with Democratic Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe set to assume command. Read More
Jury Convicts Duo In Pot Case
HARRISONBURG — A federal jury convicted two men Wednesday of growing thousands of marijuana plants in George Washington National Forest. Read More
Former Library Provides Needed Space For Police
BROADWAY — When the Broadway Police Department moved into the Municipal Building in 1986, the town’s population was well less than half of what is today and the force consisted of two officers. Read More
Fulks Run Home Ruined By Blaze
HARRISONBURG — A fire Tuesday evening destroyed a Fulks Run family’s home. Read More
No Trial Yet For Child Murder Case
WOODSTOCK — After yet another hearing, a trial date has yet to be set for a Woodstock woman facing the death penalty if convicted of killing her fiancé’s young son this summer. Read More
Pamela’s Secrets Sentencing Delayed
HARRISONBURG — Sentencing for Pamela’s Secrets owner Augustus Julias and two employees of the adult store was postponed Wednesday after an unrelated case that began Monday in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg took longer than scheduled. Read More
Residents Ask New Supervisors To Slash School Budget
WOODSTOCK — Supporters of Marsha Shruntz and Cindy Bailey turned out by the dozens on Tuesday to raise concerns about the current Board of Supervisors and the way their tax money is being spent. Read More
BUSINESS JOURNAL: 10 Under 40
Throughout October, we asked members of the community to nominate up-and-coming business people for this year's 10 Under 40 list. There was quite a response! After whittling the list down to just 10 names, we present the winners.
There are many wonderfully talented young professionals in different industries throughout the Valley. If you don’t see your candidate on the list, please resubmit their name next year.
Congratulations to all of the winners for 2013! The 10 winners follow, in alphabetical order. Read More