• #1 - Judge Weighs Motion To Dismiss JMU Case
  • #2 - Veterans At JMU To Get A ‘Safe Haven’
  • #3 - Op-Ed On Battle Flag Was Exactly Right
  • #4 - A Whirlwind Of Cleaning And More
  • #5 - Police Seek Info On Fraud Suspect


  • Summer Fruit Gets Day In Spotlight
  • A Whirlwind Of Cleaning And More
  • Training Day
  • City Building Gets New Life With New Creation



  • NEW: Drinking Water Clinic Starts Tonight

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County residents who get their water from a well, spring or cistern have the chance to find out what’s in their water through an upcoming clinic through Virginia Cooperative Extension. Read More

  • NEW: Meth Defendant Hearing Set For Sept. 21

    WOODSTOCK — A Mount Jackson man accused of running a meth lab near Mount Jackson will be one step closer to knowing his fate in September. Read More

  • Judge Weighs Motion To Dismiss JMU Case

    HARRISONBURG — An attorney for James Madison University defended the punishment administrators leveled against three students accused of sexual assault during a federal court hearing Tuesday. Read More

  • Home Invasion Case Continued

    HARRISONBURG — A hearing for three men accused in a home invasion robbery near Elkton in May was continued Tuesday morning. Read More

  • City Council OKs Study On Traffic

    HARRISONBURG — Tim LaPira said it all started near the end of the last school year. Read More

  • Veterans At JMU To Get A ‘Safe Haven’

    HARRISONBURG — The buzz of activity on James Madison University’s campus is a bit much for students like Josie Richter, who is pursuing higher education after serving in the U.S. military. Read More

  • Number Of Children In Poverty Up

    HARRISONBURG — As the U.S. regains economic momentum following the Great Recession, child poverty rates are still climbing, with Harrisonburg and Rockingham County following the trend. Read More

  • Police Seek Info On Fraud Suspect

    HARRISONBURG — Police are asking for help in identifying a man suspected of credit card fraud. Read More

  • Reunion Picnic Returns

    A gathering that started as a reunion for Civil War veterans is returning to the Fisher’s Hill Battlefield on Saturday after an 11-year hiatus. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: An Invisible Gorilla And Objective Third Parties

    Imagine six kids in a circle passing a basketball around when a man in a gorilla suit walks right into the middle and waves hello. Would you notice the gorilla? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Minimizing Risk: Safety No Accident

    HARRISONBURG — Outside the offices of Riddleberger Brothers Inc. is a sign promoting the company’s current safety record. Read More


  • JMU Picked No. 2 In CAA

    BALTIMORE — Everett Withers was all smiles at Colonial Athletic Association media day on Tuesday. With star quarterback Vad Lee in tow at M&T Bank Stadium, it was easy to see why. Read More

  • Turks Lose Players

    HARRISONBURG – The Valley Baseball League playoffs have arrived, and the Harrisonburg Turks are continuing their annual tradition of entering the postseason shorthanded. Read More

  • Reds Reach RCBL Playoffs

    BRIDGEWATER – Buffalo Gap High School graduate Travis Ashby finished 4-for-5 with a double and three runs scored to help lead Bridgewater past Broadway 9-2 in a Rockingham County Baseball League play-in game Tuesday at Ray Heatwole Field. Read More

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