• #1 - 45 Years An Educator
  • #2 - Board OKs Contentious Housing Proposal
  • #3 - Elkton Man Sent To Jail
  • #4 - Fire Badly Damages Page County Home
  • #5 - ‘Before Newtown’


  • BHS Brings Classic Tale To Stage
  • HHS Takes On Intrigue In Egypt
  • ‘1950s Classic Comedy’ On Tap
  • See&Do Briefs



  • NEW: Page County Fire Ruled Accidental

    A Wednesday afternoon fire that burned a Page County home near Shenandoah began accidentally, according to the Page County Sheriff’s Office. Read More

  • NEW: Overcoming Biases

    Blacks. Whites. Hispanics. Gays. College students. Each group has stereotypes associated with them. But biases can go beyond the major stereotypes that easily come to mind. Read More

  • NEW: Strasburg Students Appear In Court On Assault Charges

    Six Strasburg High School basketball players accused of sexually assaulting a teammate in December made their first appearance in Shenandoah County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court on Thursday. Read More

  • NEW: JMU's Cabarkapa Breaks Hand

    HARRISONBURG – The James Madison basketball team’s top bench player could be done for the season. Read More

  • Board OKs Contentious Housing Proposal

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County officials made a final decision on a contentious rezoning request Wednesday, without the concerns of neighbors having been addressed. Read More

  • GOP Inaction Motivates Challenger

    HARRISONBURG — Harry Griego has some harsh words for the Republican leadership in Washington, D.C. Read More

  • 45 Years An Educator

    HARRISONBURG — For Nancy Lantz, 45 years in education is enough. Read More

  • Fire Badly Damages Page County Home

    SHENANDOAH — A fire Wednesday afternoon severely damaged a Page County home. Read More

  • Alleged Police Impersonator Denied Bond

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man accused of impersonating a police officer was denied bond for a second time Wednesday. Read More

  • Elkton Man Sent To Jail

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man who admitted to stealing a boat generator during a police sting in 2012 is behind bars after failing to complete his probation. Read More

  • ‘Before Newtown’

    HARRISONBURG — In the mid-1800s, one could walk through northern downtown Harrisonburg and encounter several homes and businesses owned by free black families. Read More

  • Stormwater Project Work To Begin This Summer

    HARRISONBURG — The East Market Street stormwater project is on track to begin construction this summer. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: Hawksbill Diner Standing The Test Of Time

    STANLEY — Restaurants come and go, some unable to keep up with the economy while others close due to their owner’s retirement. But the Hawksbill Diner at 1388 E. Main St. in Stanley is one place that has stood the test of time. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: Manufacturer Weathers Industry Changes

    SHENANDOAH — At 11 years old, Jeffrey Vaughan swept the floor of the Shenandoah Machine Shop. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Going Green While Going Gray

    HARRISONBURG — Given the choice between living in a regular apartment or the Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community’s first “green” unit, Elizabeth Franks said she and her husband, Don, didn’t hesitate to take the eco-friendly option. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Eating Together Enhances Group Performance

    Such an assertion may seem entirely too simple to be believed. However, research discussed in the December issue of Harvard Business Review indicates that it’s absolutely correct. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: What Drives Value In The Absence Of A Driver?

    I don’t like driving. Like is probably too kind of a word — I abhor driving. Beyond the everyday nuisances like nonsensical traffic lights and slowpokes, aggressive drivers and those who are seemingly confused — driving is frustrating, and in my mind, a terrifically unproductive and wholly inefficient waste of time. Read More


  • Schedule & Scores

  • Royals Beat Rival Eagles

    BRIDGEWATER — Eastern Mennonite basketball coach Kirby Dean was happy to get a road win Wednesday over Bridgewater College, but this particular Old Dominion Athletic Conference victory didn’t exactly come with style points. Read More

  • Family Fuels SHS’s Sheffer

    PENN LAIRD — Spotswood High School senior Julia Sheffer isn’t quite sure exactly how many school records she’s broken that were previously held by her older sister, Olivia. Read More

  • ‘Big Road Test’

    HARRISONBURG — Skillful forward Jarrell Brantley was one of James Madison basketball coach Matt Brady’s top Class of 2015 recruiting targets. Read More

  • BHS Boys Edge Waynesboro

    WAYNESBORO — Senior forward Tanner Skidmore had 21 points and seven rebounds to guide Broadway High School past Waynesboro 60-59 in a Valley District boys’ basketball game Wednesday at WHS. Read More

  • JMU Women To Play In 2016 Cancun Challenge

    The James Madison women’s basketball team will compete in the 2016 Women’s Cancun Challenge from Nov. 24-26, tournament officials announced Wednesday. Read More

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