• #1 - Police: City Man Impregnated Teen
  • #2 - Manhunt On For Fugitive Couple
  • #3 - Stone Port May Grow
  • #4 - Property Transfers
  • #5 - Blacks Must Confront Reality


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  • Manhunt On For Fugitive Couple

    HARRISONBURG — Several law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Marshals Service and FBI, were still searching late Friday night for a Weyers Cave man charged with murder and his girlfriend who are accused of a three-county crime spree. Read More

  • Dog Quarantined After Biting Girl

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office quarantined a pit bull Friday that attacked a 2-year-old girl north of Broadway Thursday afternoon. Read More

  • New Brewery On Tap

    HARRISONBURG — By the end of the year, Tim Brady and Jamie Long hope people in Harrisonburg and beyond will be lining up for a sip of Pale Fire. Read More

  • Police: City Man Impregnated Teen

    HARRISONBURG — A city resident is facing a sex charge for his alleged involvement with a 14-year-old girl. Read More

  • Stone Port May Grow

    HARRISONBURG — A local developer has begun the process of rezoning four small parcels at the edge of a major commercial development southeast of the city. Read More

  • Mayor Gets Social With Students

    HARRISONBURG — A group of middle school social studies students were handed a citywide problem to solve Friday morning by the mayor of Harrisonburg himself. Read More

  • George’s Plan Rattles Critics

    WOODSTOCK — Mountain View Rendering is asking Shenandoah County officials to allow its Edinburg plant to accept additional raw poultry product from George’s Chicken. Read More

  • Stray ‘Cat’ivates Residents

    BRIDGEWATER — A lifelong composer and musician, Bridgewater resident John Barr did what he’s always done — combining a number of elements to create a beautiful composition. Read More

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  • HS Football Scores

  • NEW: Lee Used To Big Stage

    He’s been called Vad the Impaler, Bad Vad Lee and General Lee in his career, all nicknames poking fun at his unusual first name and sometimes-electrifying football skills. Read More

  • NEW: Lots of Home Games For JMU Hoops

    Last season, the James Madison men’s basketball team played just 10 home games, went 4-12 on the road and endured a 41-day stretch during its non-conference slate in which it did not host a single opponent at the Convocation Center. Read More

  • NEW: JMU Men's CAA Hoops Sked Released

    The Colonial Athletic Association on Thursday released its conference slate for the upcoming 2014-15 men's basketball season. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Startup Fever?

    HARRISONBURG — When the entrepreneurial bug bites, sound thinking can go out the window. Read More


  • Streaks Lose 50-7

    HARRISONBURG – After Harrisonburg High School junior tailback Devin Medley raced down the far sideline for a 73-yard score, the Blue Streaks celebrated their first touchdown in their season opener by sounding a life-like, deafening train horn. Read More

  • Western Tops Blazers, 23-15

    CROZET – Standing on crutches with his right foot wrapped in ice moments after Spotswood High School’s season-opening football game, Trailblazers senior Khalil Davis wore a look of dejection befitting of a playoff defeat. Read More

  • BHS Falls, 39-36

    WINCHESTER — The Broadway High School football team hammered and chiseled away at Millbrook’s defense with its running game, and Gobblers quarterback Kirk Rygol had plenty of success moving Broadway up and down the field by frequently hitting the bull’s-eye with his figurative arrows. Read More

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