• #1 - Proposed Walmart Fizzles Out
  • #2 - New Convo: 8,500 Seats, On Campus
  • #3 - Ex-Teacher Case Delayed
  • #4 - Father, Son Indicted On First-Degree Murder
  • #5 - Working On The Go


  • Working On The Go
  • Various Things
  • Breaking The Cycle
  • What’s Stopping You?



  • NEW: SNP Begins Fee Increase Friday

    LURAY — Shenandoah National Park will begin the first of two stages to increase its entrance fees starting Friday. Read More

  • NEW: Rockingham Co. Replacing Voting Machines

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County voters may notice a new sight at the polls this November. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: The Business Of Agribusiness

    HARRISONBURG — When Lareth May needs something for his Timberville farm, he often drives no farther than Harrisonburg to get it. Read More

  • Proposed Walmart Fizzles Out

    HARRISONBURG — Property on the city’s north side went back on the market this month after a deal to bring a grocery store to the site fell through earlier this year. Read More

  • New Convo: 8,500 Seats, On Campus

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison University has decided on a campus-friendly location as the site for its proposed new $88 million Convocation Center. Read More

  • Mayor Joins ABC Panel

    HARRISONBURG —Mayor Chris Jones will join a panel investigating the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control when it holds its first meeting at the state Capitol on May 4. Read More

  • Thinking Outside The Box

    HARRISONBURG — In Destination Imagination, children compete to see who can devise the best and most creative solution to a problem. But for a Valley team, that problem is simply getting the chance to compete. Read More

  • Ports Plug Businesses Into World

    HARRISONBURG — If you live in the Old Dominion, someone near you probably has a job because of the Port of Virginia. Read More

  • Father, Son Indicted On First-Degree Murder

    HARRISONBURG — A Page County father and son were indicted Monday by a grand jury on charges that include first-degree murder and transporting a dead body. Read More

  • Hearing On City Budget To Be Held

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg’s proposed fiscal 2016 budget is the focus of a public hearing tonight at City Council’s meeting. Read More

  • Ex-Teacher Case Delayed

    HARRISONBURG — A hearing on suspected probation violations was continued Monday for a former Page County teacher convicted of having sex with a student. Read More

  • Salvation Army Gives Big Salute To Its Volunteers

    HARRISONBURG — Hank Harwell, 49, has witnessed firsthand how the Friendly City lives up to its name. Read More

  • Veteran Health Care Enrollment Event At City Clinic

    HARRISONBURG – The Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center is hosting a veteran health care information and enrollment fair on Tuesday from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Harrisonburg Community Based Outpatient Clinic. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: The Problem With Shapes

    My youngest son, Emmett, is just a little over a year old. For a few months now, he has been playing with shape sorting toys. You know the type — a cube or table with a series of holes and corresponding blocks. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Leadership Character Pays Big Dividends

    In the wake of numerous media reports that unethical business leaders do damage to their organizations, it would appear that a relevant question would be whether the opposite is also true — whether firms with principled leaders perform better. The April issue of Harvard Business Review explores that question, and finds that the answer is “yes.” Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: Skyline Literacy Improves Lives

    HARRISONBURG — Elizabeth Girvan did not expect to leave her career as a court reporter to help lead a literacy-focused nonprofit. Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: All Trails Lead Through City

    HARRISONBURG — As Harrisonburg continues to plan new shared-use biking and walking trails throughout the city, Parks and Recreation Director Lee Foerster said residents seem to be pleased with the work so far. Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: Making Points In The Paint

    HARRISONBURG — Three blocks away from the park that bears his and his son’s names, Ralph Sampson Sr. lives in the same house on Myrtle Street he’s called home for four decades. Read More


  • Local Scores & Schedule

  • BC Goes Young

    BRIDGEWATER — Shawn Postiglione is just 27 years old and has no head coaching experience. After hiring him as its new men’s basketball coach, Bridgewater College is hoping none of that matters. Read More

  • Knights’ Clark Is Still A Hit

    HARRISONBURG – Lucas Clark once built a computer with parts he bought separately online. Once he had all the pieces, the Turner Ashby High School senior center fielder said it took him just four or five hours to assemble a desktop worth roughly $1,200 for just $700. Read More

  • Vargas Leads HHS Past James Wood

    WINCHESTER — Senior forward Luis Vargas had two goals and two assists to lead Harrisonburg High School past James Wood 5-0 in a non-district boys’ soccer game Monday. Read More

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