• #1 - A Whale Of A Dog’s Tale
  • #2 - Fire Destroys Stanley-Area Home
  • #3 - Home Of The Fun
  • #4 - Up With People
  • #5 - Focus On Substance


  • ‘Have An Outing With Family’
  • A Conductor Of Note
  • Spending Time At Tipton Home
  • Celebrating Our Freedoms



  • NEW: City Crews Battle Fire At Recycle Management

    HARRISONBURG — City fire officials say a blaze at Recycle Management LLC., 1610 S. Main St., began in a pile of scrap metal located behind the business. Read More

  • NEW: Rockingham Cooperative, Southern States Roanoke Merge

    HARRISONBURG — Southern States Roanoke Cooperative and the Rockingham Cooperative completed a merger Wednesday, combining Rockingham Cooperative’s 4,000 members with the 2,000 members of Southern States, according to a Monday press release. Read More

  • NEW: Court Upholds EPA'S Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Plan

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A U.S. appeals court has upheld a federal plan limiting pollution in the Chesapeake Bay despite objections from farmers who accuse the Environmental Protection Agency of abusing its power. Read More

  • Home Of The Fun

    HARRISONBURG — Despite predictions of thunderstorms, downtown was awash with red, white and blue for the annual Valley Fourth celebration. Food, face-painting and fireworks were in no short order Saturday. Read More

  • Up With People

    HARRISONBURG — Out of sight from the holiday festivities downtown, 33 teens from eight countries rehearsed songs and dances for their upcoming show Saturday. Read More

  • Students Get Research Experience

    HARRISONBURG — Two Harrisonburg High School graduates are taking part in the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates this summer. Read More

  • Mt. Jax Planners To Revisit Industrial Question

    The Mount Jackson Planning Commission will resume discussion tonight of whether to approve a large tract of land for use as an industrial site after taking a monthlong break to gather more data. Read More

  • A Whale Of A Dog’s Tale

    HARRISONBURG — Hammy, a 2-year-old Dalmatian-pit bull mix, isn’t just having his day. He’s having his week. Read More

  • Friendly City Co-Op Wants You ... On Its Board

    HARRISONBURG — The Friendly City Food Co-Op is seeking potential candidates to serve on its board of directors. Read More

  • ShenCo To Call, Text Yard Crawl Alerts

    SHENANDOAH COUNTY — Shoppers looking to stay a step ahead of the pack at this year’s Route 11 Yard Crawl can have an ally in their back pocket — their phones. Read More

  • Tapping Into Creativity

    HARRISONBURG — Sabrina Sasser says beer and art make the perfect match. “I can’t think of any time I have been doing crafty stuff at home and I wasn’t drinking at the same time,” she said. Read More

  • Fire Destroys Stanley-Area Home

    Stanley Fire Chief Terry Pettit says that a home that caught fire late Friday night is considered a total loss. Read More

  • NEW: Rockingham Registrar's Rep To Discuss Voter Info

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Voter Registrar’s Office will send a representative to Bridgewater Retirement Community from 10 a.m. until noon Tuesday. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Blazing New Trails In The Valley

    HARRISONBURG — To say that all trails lead to Back Home on the Farm would be a gross overstatement. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: 1,122 Words About Asphalt

    In July, a group of officials is expected to gather to cut a ribbon in celebration of the opening of 6.1 miles of pavement. The Southeast Connector creates a link among every commercial corridor from Va. 42 to Spotswood Trail and stands as a largely overlooked and underestimated infrastructure change. Read More


  • Turks Win Again

    HARRISONBURG – The red-hot Harrisonburg Turks finished with three errors and a modest seven hits, all singles, in a Valley Baseball League game Sunday night at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

  • JMU Adds Player

    HARRISONBURG – Kellam High School basketball coach Norman Hassell has long been a fan of Ramone Snowden’s game, so much so that Snowden – James Madison’s newest commit — first earned a spot on Hassell’s varsity summer-league team as a sixth-grader. Read More

  • Miller No-Hits Bruins

    STUARTS DRAFT – Riverheads High School rising senior Colt Miller tossed a seven-inning no-hitter as Stuarts Draft routed Broadway 14-0 in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Sunday at The Diamond Club. Read More

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