• #1 - Elkton Dixie Mart Sold To W.Va. Firm
  • #2 - An Unspeakable Triumph
  • #3 - Blacks Run Cleanup Slated For April 11
  • #4 - Bottle Show To Return For 44th Installment
  • #5 - Farmers Market Set To Open


  • An Unspeakable Triumph
  • Bottle Show To Return For 44th Installment
  • Blacks Run Cleanup Slated For April 11
  • See&Do Briefs



  • Police Search For Clue In Murder Probe

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia State Police and the Page County Sheriff’s Office searched a swamp in Rockingham County, south of Elkton and west of U.S. 340, on Wednesday as part of the Joy Schultz murder investigation. Read More

  • Expansion Eyed For MLK Way

    HARRISONBURG — A little more than a year removed from its creation, Martin Luther King, Jr. Way is getting an expanded presence in Harrisonburg. Read More

  • ‘Bells Across The Land’

    HARRISONBURG — April 9, 1865, marked the day when it was “all over but the shoutin’” for the Civil War, and Shenandoah Valley communities will join with others around Virginia and across the nation in commemorating that moment. Read More

  • Training Day

  • Educators Give Data Release An ‘F

    HARRISONBURG — A Northern Virginia parent’s mission for disclosure could lead to changes in Valley schools. Read More

  • Rock Street To Close For Construction

    HARRISONBURG — A portion of West Rock Street will be closed for several months beginning Monday as crews replace a bridge over Blacks Run. Read More

  • Deal Made In Sex Case

    HARRISONBURG — A former James Madison University student reached a plea agreement with the Augusta County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office to avoid prison time on what originally was a pair of sex charges. Read More

  • Java Drinkers Delight

    HARRISONBURG — Folks living, working or playing downtown who need a coffee fix have two new options to soothe their caffeine cravings. Read More

  • Farmers Market Set To Open

    HARRISONBURG — Spring is officially under way, and that’s good news for Friendly City residents who enjoy locally grown food — the regular farmers market season is fast approaching. Read More

  • HOMETOWN BASYE: Recovery Comes With A Cup Of Joe

    BASYE — Justin Franich, executive director of the Shenandoah Valley Teen Challenge, referred to Matthew 20:26 when talking about the mind-set of Basye’s newest coffeehouse, Redeeming Beans Café. “If you want to be great, you have to be among the least,” he said. Read More

  • HOMETOWN MT. JACKSON: Festive Floats Await Visitors

    Upon arriving at American Celebration on Parade, visitors are greeted by a 40-foot-tall fiberglass Statue of Liberty standing outside. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Of Substance And Style

    It’s said that you’re focused on fun in your 20s, money in your 30s and 40s, status in your 50s and 60s, and health beyond. This is probably overly simplistic to the point of being largely untrue. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Approaching A Boom Time

    HARRISONBURG — Baby boomers have changed the world, and they’re about to begin reshaping and redefining retirement living. Read More


  • ‘A Tough Kid’

    HARRISONBURG — For five innings Wednesday, Eastern Mennonite University’s Joe Hall seemed to be playing a different game. Read More

  • A Quick Study

    HARRISONBURG – Besides the obvious language barrier, Kevin Navedo has also had to adjust to more baseball practices and a heavier focus on conditioning since transferring to Harrisonburg High School. Read More

  • Terps Get Revenge

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Second baseman Brandon Lowe hit a home run that bounced off the top of the right-field fence in the third inning, and right fielder Anthony Papio drove in a run and scored on a wild pitch as Maryland defeated James Madison 3-0 in a non-conference baseball game Wednesday. Read More

  • Broadway Wins In Girls’ Soccer, 5-1

    BROADWAY — Junior striker Shaylla Oswald scored three goals, and junior midfielder Bailey Morris had a goal and two assists as Broadway High School beat Rockbridge County 5-1 in a non-district girls’ soccer game Wednesday. Read More

  • Talghadar Has 14 K’s As Page Beats East Hardy, 9-3

    BAKER, W.Va. — Senior Dylan Talghadar pitched a complete-game four-hitter with 14 strikeouts as Page County High School defeated East Hardy 9-3 in a non-district baseball game Wednesday in Baker, West Virginia. Read More

  • High School Tennis Results

  • Schedule And Scores

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