• #1 - Barrier Breakers
  • #2 - A Mystery Team
  • #3 - Man Cops To Lesser Charges
  • #4 - Washington & Lee Insulted Lee’s Memory
  • #5 - Speeding Into Tournament


  • Protected Paws
  • Perfection In The Flaws
  • Season Opener
  • Dayton Set To Get Mudd(ler)y On Aug. 2



  • Man Cops To Lesser Charges

    HARRISONBURG — A Harrisonburg man accused of intentionally setting a fire in November that killed a cat and damaged a duplex pleaded guilty Thursday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Read More

  • Input Sought For Solutions to Jail Overcrowding

    HARRISONBURG — Residents of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County are invited to give input for what they would like to see to address overcrowding at the Rockingham County Jail. Read More

  • Barrier Breakers

    BRIDGEWATER — With a sniper threat against him, Darryl Hill may have the excuse of all excuses as to why he fumbled the opening kickoff. Read More

  • Board OKs Flood Plain Regs, Cell Tower

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors approved a new flood plain ordinance Wednesday, noting that little negative feedback from the public had been received. Read More

  • Accused Burglar In Court

    HARRISONBURG — A Bergton man accused of breaking into the same man’s home four separate times this winter waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Read More

  • RR Work To Close Va. 256

    HARRISONBURG — Drivers in Grottoes will need to prepare for a change in direction next week. Read More

  • Fantasy Science Theater

    GROTTOES — Even the parents roared with laughter at a science show Thursday at Grottoes library that was geared toward kids who can still count their ages on fewer than 10 fingers. Read More

  • ‘Solarize’ Efforts Heating Up

    HARRISONBURG — The Climate Action Alliance of the Valley will host a meeting Monday for those interested in “solarizing” Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. Read More

  • City To Test Sewer System

    HARRISONBURG — The Public Utilities Department wants residents to be aware that testing on the city’s sewer system will begin on Monday. Read More

  • Woodstock Eyes $3.35M Treatment Plant Upgrade

    WOODSTOCK — Based on a four-month study of the town’s water treatment plant and water quality, a consulting engineer told a committee Tuesday that needed repairs will cost Woodstock an estimated $3.35 million. Read More

  • Red Cross: Urgent Need For Blood

    HARRISONBURG — The American Red Cross will conduct several area blood drives to combat a shortage in emergency blood supplies. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: A New Wave Of Stormwater Regs

    HARRISONBURG — Developer Jerry Scripture installed fire-suppression systems in college student housing he built two decades ago. Read More


  • Speeding Into Tournament

    HARRISONBURG – Speed on the base paths has been especially lethal for Bridgewater’s state champion 9- and 10-year-old softball all-stars, who have put on a bunting clinic this summer while hitting nearly .400 as a team. Read More

  • A Mystery Team

    BALTIMORE — Dressed less like an offensive lineman and more like a broker on Wall Street, James Madison center Matt Williams walked around the Colonial Athletic Association’s media day this week not sure what to think of the whole spectacle. Read More

  • Turks Sweep New Market

    NEW MARKET – Texas-San Antonio corner outfielder Jesse Baker (opener) and Georgia Tech second baseman Thomas Smith (finale) each hit home runs to power Harrisonburg to a sweep of New Market in a Valley Baseball League doubleheader Thursday at Rebels Park. Read More


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