• #1 - Leave Them Alone ....
  • #2 - McAuliffe Starts Apprenticeship Initiative
  • #3 - An Ounce Of Prevention
  • #4 - Cemetery Given Highway Marker
  • #5 - Stylish Dukes


  • From Forbes To France
  • Getting Costumed For A Cause
  • Zombie Run On Tap
  • See&Do Briefs



  • NEW: Blog Says Brothers Brewery One Of The Best

  • NEW: Accidental Shooting Trial Delayed

  • NEW: RMH’s Krauss To Retire Next Year

  • McAuliffe Starts Apprenticeship Initiative

    HARRISONBURG — Gov. Terry McAuliffe is all about apprenticeships. Read More

  • An Ounce Of Prevention

    HARRISONBURG — It may be too early to predict how serious this winter’s flu season will be. Read More

  • Cemetery Given Highway Marker

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia’s Department of Historic Resources has approved a historic highway marker for the only historically black cemetery in the city. Read More

  • High-Schoolers Make Career Connections

    HARRISONBURG — A four-year college degree straight out of high school might not be the path for everyone, and a lucrative job is possible without it. Read More

  • Blue Ridge Learns Beekeeping

    WEYERS CAVE — Beekeeping shows no sign of fading from the Valley. Read More

  • Foundation To Host Head-Shave For Cancer

    HARRISONBURG — The St. Baldrick’s Foundation will host a head-shaving event at the Festival Lawn on James Madison University’s east campus Sunday. Read More

  • VACo Talks Education

    HARRISONBURG — Paying for Virginia’s schools remains the most important issue facing localities. At least that’s how the Virginia Association of Counties sees it. Read More

  • Bridgewater Tests Alarms

    BRIDGEWATER — The Bridgewater 4-H Club will host a community outreach program Friday and Saturday as part of National Fire Prevention and National 4-H weeks. Read More

  • Shenandoah County School Board To Talk Capacity, Enrollment

    The Shenandoah County School Board will discuss two enrollment-based issues facing the division at the board’s meeting Thursday. Read More

  • NEW: Bridge Repair To Close North River Road Near Mt. Crawford

    HARRISONBURG — Part of North River Road (Va. 867) near Mount Crawford will be closed starting Thursday for repairs, according to a release from the Virginia Department of Transportation. Read More

  • USDA Grant Coming

  • Video: One Note At A Time

    Adults learn how to play the piano. Read More

  • JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20

    It was not a pleasant week for James Madison football coach Everett Withers. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: Three More Things I Think ... I Think

    Maybe I’ve been too hard on pundits. Through the three-quarter mark of the year, I have had seven shareable thoughts. Four were provided in the previous article and three you will soon read. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Home-Health Care Business Rising

    HARRISONBURG — As the nation grays, house calls are coming back in style. Read More


  • Stylish Dukes

    HARRISONBURG — Shortly before reporting to preseason football practice in August, James Madison receivers Rashard Davis, Ishmael Hyman, John Miller and Brandon Ravenel decided to change up their look. Read More

  • Next Stop: Tech

    BRIDGEWATER – Playing in a cold and driving rain Saturday night at Shenandoah University’s Shentel Stadium, Bridgewater College linebacker Davey Hardesty was right at home. Read More

  • Howard Ties JMU In Soccer

    HARRISONBURG – Sophomore midfielder Kyle Celestine scored in the 89th minute as Howard rallied back from a two-goal deficit to tie James Madison 2-2 in a double-overtime, non-conference men’s college soccer match Wednesday at University Park. Read More

  • Schedule and Scores

  • JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20

    It was not a pleasant week for James Madison football coach Everett Withers. Read More

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