• #1 - Day Care Worker Arrested
  • #2 - Stained Glass Artist Opens City Show
  • #3 - ‘There’s Always A Need’
  • #4 - Photography Exhibit Offers Reflections On Aging
  • #5 - See&Do Briefs


  • ‘There’s Always A Need’
  • Stained Glass Artist Opens City Show
  • Photography Exhibit Offers Reflections On Aging
  • See&Do Briefs


  • Strength In Numbers

    HARRISONBURG — Many visitors to the region need things for children to do and turn to the people who provide them lodging for suggestions. Read More

  • New In Town

  • Day Care Worker Arrested

    HARRISONBURG — A Keezletown woman was charged Monday with embezzling money from an adult and child day care in Rockingham County, according to police. Read More

  • City Board To Name New Rep

    HARRISONBURG — After crafting an application, interviewing candidates and holding a public hearing, the city School Board can see the finish line for selecting an interim member. Read More

  • Police Dog Deceased

    The Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office is mourning the loss of one of its four-legged officers after he was found dead Monday in Woodstock. Read More

  • Reorganization Plan Could Affect SNP

    HARRISONBURG — A potential boundary adjustment within two of the National Park Service’s seven regions could change the oversight office for Shenandoah National Park. Read More

  • Annual Luray Festival On Its Way

  • Winchester Man Receives Charge For Abduction

    A Winchester man accused of abducting and threatening his girlfriend at a Strasburg motel last week is being held without bond at Rappahannock Shenandoah Warren Regional Jail. Read More

  • NEW: Stamp Out Hunger Saturday

    HARRISONBURG — The 23rd annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive is coming to neighborhoods across the country, including those in central Virginia, this Saturday. 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

  • 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


  • Walk-Off Homer Lifts Dukes

    HARRISONBURG — On a day when Towson seemed to catch everything in the field of play, James Madison junior Hannah Hayes made sure no Tiger could rob her when it counted most. Read More

  • In The Fast Lane

    BRIDGEWATER – In a marquee rematch with Amherst County High School last week, Turner Ashby’s baseball team got a defensive lift from each of its starting outfielders in an 11-3 win – including a highlight-reel, diving catch from junior left fielder Grey Sherfey that robbed the Lancers of an extra-base hit with a runner on first base. Read More

  • BHS Baseball Wins, 9-6

    BAKER, W.Va. – Junior first baseman Kyle Evick went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run as Broadway High School beat East Hardy 9-6 in a non-district baseball game Wednesday. Read More

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