• #1 - Furnace Ordinance Proposed In Timberville
  • #2 - Tech's Babock: Superstar AD (Column)
  • #3 - Va. Supreme Court Accepts Rape Appeal
  • #4 - One Hurt In Mount Jackson Crash
  • #5 - Appellate Court Upholds Death Penalty Conviction


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  • Appellate Court Upholds Death Penalty Conviction

    HARRISONBURG — A three-judge panel unanimously upheld the 2006 murder-for-hire conviction of Ivan Teleguz on Monday — nearly 10 years after the trial in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Read More

  • Va. Supreme Court Accepts Rape Appeal

    HARRISONBURG — Two city teenagers convicted of rape in 2013 and sentenced to a combined 201 years in prison will have their appeals heard by the Supreme Court of Virginia next month. Read More

  • County Fair Wins Award 22nd Time

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Fair has won an international award for the 22nd time in its history. Read More

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • Trial For Inca’s Secret Owners Delayed

    HARRISONBURG — The trial for the former owners of the Inca’s Secret restaurant in Harrisonburg has been delayed once again. Read More

  • Furnace Ordinance Proposed In Timberville

    TIMBERVILLE — It’s getting cold out, and if you have a wood-fired furnace in Timberville, change could be coming to you. Read More

  • One Hurt In Mount Jackson Crash

    One person was injured in a single-vehicle crash in Shenandoah County on Sunday. Read More

  • Several Businesses Open In Shenandoah

    SHENANDOAH — Business, as they say, is booming. Read More

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  • Tech's Babock: Superstar AD (Column)

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  • Loaded?

    HARRISONBURG — For those who like scoring, the 2015-16 high school basketball season figures to be a satisfying one. Read More

  • Dukes Escape Radford

    RADFORD – Sidelined by a stomach bug for last week’s win at Marshall, James Madison sophomore guard Joey McLean said he didn’t eat Thanksgiving dinner and wasn’t even able to hold down solid food until Sunday. Read More

  • A Dangerous Foe

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison football coach Everett Withers appeared relaxed Monday afternoon at his weekly press conference, perhaps reenergized by a first-round bye. Read More

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