• #1 - JMU Rolls Elon, 59-27
  • #2 - Memory Loss A Growing Problem
  • #3 - Property Transfers
  • #4 - Imperfect Recall Nets Perfect Score
  • #5 - Photo Activists


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  • JMU Rolls Elon, 59-27

  • Praise, Concerns For Obama Action

    HARRISONBURG — Reaction has been swift and varied to President Barack Obama’s Thursday announcement of executive orders to block the potential deportation of an estimated 5 million undocumented immigrants. Read More

  • Memory Loss A Growing Problem

    HARRISONBURG — Valda Weider sees dementia every day and knows the condition intimately. Read More

  • Imperfect Recall Nets Perfect Score

    HARRISONBURG — My memory, based on a single test, appears to be fine. As part of research for a story on cognitive impairment, I was one of 18 people who took a Mini-Mental State Examination this week at Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community. Read More

  • Drivers Find Trouble Making Connection

    HARRISONBURG — Driving around the newest part of the Va. 280 Southeast Connector has been no peach. Read More

  • Stanley Woman To Face Sex Charges

    HARRISONBURG — The Waynesboro Police Department has charged a Page County woman with a 2012 sexual assault of a then 13-year-old Waynesboro boy, the agency announced Friday. Read More

  • Elkton Man Scores $1M Lottery Ticket

    HARRISONBURG — Elkton resident Charles Lutz is $1 million richer, having bought a winning lottery ticket Thursday, according to an announcement from the Virginia Lottery. Read More

  • State Police Ready For Move

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia State Police’s area headquarters is moving from one side of Harrisonburg to the other. Read More

  • Photo Activists

    HARRISONBURG — After the U.S. Forest Service released its newly revised proposal for George Washington National Forest on Tuesday, many concerns about the forest’s future were laid to rest. Read More

  • Former Woodstock Manager Blount Dies In Buckingham

    WOODSTOCK — From cleaner water to better-trained firefighters, James H. Blount Jr. left his fingerprints across Woodstock during his 19-year tenure as its town manager and beyond. Read More

  • Beauty From The Ashes: Alms House Print Sales Aid Needy

    WOODSTOCK — Sheila Orndorff, executive director of the Shenandoah Alliance for Shelter, said it might have been more than luck that led local artist Elizabeth Strippy to photograph the Shenandoah County Alms House for a painting just before it burned down this year. Read More

  • No Injuries In City School Bus Crash

    HARRISONBURG —Police said no one was injured when a city school bus crashed into an SUV on West Market Street on Friday afternoon. Read More

  • Official: Cigarette To Blame For City Fire

    HARRISONBURG — A deck fire Thursday evening at a city apartment building was the result of “careless smoking,” Harrisonburg Fire Chief Larry Shifflett said Friday. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Changing Face Of Health Care

    HARRISONBURG — For many in the business of making or keeping people healthy, 2014 has been a year of transformation. Read More


  • Playoff Tuneup?

    HARRISONBURG — For eight games, James Madison’s football team needed its defense to just keep it close and give the offense a chance at the end. Read More

  • A Giant Night

    BROADWAY – The Gobblers feasted on early turnovers to build a big lead against Abingdon last week to open their postseason successfully. But the script was flipped for Broadway High School in the second round of the 3A West playoffs. Read More

  • Wilson Flattens Rock

    FISHERSVILLE – Moments after a lopsided playoff loss, East Rockingham High School senior wide receiver Noah Brown – speaking through tears – was still able to reflect on his team’s record-setting 2014 season with pride and satisfaction. Read More

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