• #1 - Good Lawsuit Goes Ahead
  • #2 - Who Will Be The Donkey?
  • #3 - Artisan Trail Name Picked
  • #4 - Golden Pony To Host Toy, Clothing Drive
  • #5 - Daily News-Record Receives Farm Bureau Awards


  • A Sweet Tradition
  • Who Will Be The Donkey?
  • JMU Alum Wins Bronze Award For Fitness Guide
  • Four Area Families Get Boost



  • Good Lawsuit Goes Ahead

    HARRISONBURG — A two-day bench trial has been scheduled for May for a civil lawsuit filed against a former Elkton police officer rumored to be suspected of killing his former lover, who hasn’t been seen in more than 12 years. Read More

  • Overcrowding Concerns At HHS Raised

    HARRISONBURG — Long lunch lines, lengthy travel for sports teams and limited attention from teachers: these were a few of the problems students and faculty members say they face at Harrisonburg High School. Read More

  • ‘An Agricultural Destination‘

    HARRISONBURG — Three local and regional tourism programs are getting a boost from the state. Read More

  • City Releases Bond To Upgrade Fire Station

    HARRISONBURG — City Council has given the go-ahead to move forward with a major upgrade to Harrisonburg Fire Department’s Fire Station 1. Read More

  • Artisan Trail Name Picked

    HARRISONBURG — After a four-month selection process, Harrisonburg and Rockingham County’s artisan trail has a name. Read More

  • Golden Pony To Host Toy, Clothing Drive

    HARRISONBURG — Visitors to The Golden Pony’s Toy Takeover event next week can try a new seasonal brew and donate to help children in need. Read More

  • Elkton Holiday Decorating Contest Offering Cash Incentives Up To $500

  • Daily News-Record Receives Farm Bureau Awards

    HARRISONBURG — The Daily News-Record was one of five media outlets to be recognized Tuesday with Virginia Farm Bureau journalism awards. Read More

  • Shenandoah Boards To Meet

    HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah County School Board will ask the Board of Supervisors for $135,000 to change school boundary lines and conduct a long-term facility study during the supervisors’ work session on Thursday. Read More

  • Singing In The Holidays


  • A Thankful Duke

    HARRISONBURG – Growing up, Shakir Brown never liked his first name much. Read More

  • SHS Eludes Eagles

    ELKTON — It’s been two years since the Spotswood High School boys’ basketball team has lost a regular-season game, and for a time that streak was in danger in Tuesday’s opener at East Rockingham. Read More

  • Colgate On A Roll

    HARRISONBURG — When Dan Hunt’s Colgate football team lost the first three games to begin the season – making the Raiders 1-8 in their previous nine games dating back to last year – things looked bleak for the Patriot League squad. Read More

  • Blazers Girls Beat ERHS

    ELKTON — Immediately after the ball went through the net, Spotswood High School girls’ basketball coach Chris Dodson called timeout – but not because he was unhappy. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    BRIDGEWATER — Senior guard Brandon Lambert scored 20 points Tuesday as Turner Ashby High School beat host Fluvanna 51-35 in a non-district boys’ basketball game. Read More

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