• #1 - We Must Thank The Old Order
  • #2 - ‘She Was A Lot Of Things’
  • #3 - Another Cheap Shot
  • #4 - How Long Do We Prolong Life?
  • #5 - Carson’s Prescription


  • ‘Knowing You’ve Made A Difference’
  • Big Game Show To Get Bigger?
  • Actor Examines Race, Class In ‘Mr. Joy’
  • A Push Toward Better Reading Habits



  • Going Out With A Bark

    HARRISONBURG — More than 100 pooches showed off their best doggy paddle at the Westover Pool on Sunday. Read More

  • County Baby Expo Delivers

    HARRISONBURG — They’re all about that baby talk. The fifth annual OhBaby Expo returned to the Rockingham County Fairgrounds on Sunday with roughly 500 new and expecting moms and dads and 58 vendors offering services ranging from pediatric health care and kids clothing to newborn photography and music therapy. Read More

  • ‘She Was A Lot Of Things’

    HARRISONBURG — Friends and family of Audrey Leake Smith remember her for her community involvement, spirited energy and sense of humor. Read More

  • JMU Vigil Being Held For Alison Parker

    HARRISONBURG — The James Madison University community plans to hold a vigil in honor of 2012 graduate Alison Parker Wednesday morning. Read More

  • EMU Welcomes Students

    HARRISONBURG — Kessa Hawkins is no stranger to Eastern Mennonite University. Her mother, Shannon, 45, completed her degree at EMU in 2010, and her father completed his coursework this past spring. Read More

  • Playground Gets $80K Makeover

    HARRISONBURG — A county school’s playground project is nearing the finish line while similar efforts at a city school are just getting started. Read More

  • ‘Just Because It’s There’

    HARRISONBURG — He said he did it “just because it was there.” Mike Betts drove from Grottoes to the Sentara RMH Medical Center at 3 a.m. Saturday to begin what he called a “non-event event” — the “Spare A Mile Or 50” run. Read More

  • Shenandoah County Targets Geocache Tourism

    SHENANDOAH COUNTY — Shenandoah County visitors and residents who like treasure hunts may be in for a treat from local officials. Read More

  • ‘Buckle Up For Safety’ Effort This Week

    HARRISONBURG — City drivers caught wearing their seat belts this week have a chance of being rewarded for their safety habits. Read More

  • Back-To-School Party

  • Old Spotswood Trail Paving To Cause Lane Closures

    HARRISONBURG — Paving and pavement marking on Old Spotswood Trail, which is U.S. 33 Business, in Elkton will result in flagger-controlled lane closures as needed this week. Read More

  • City School Board Meeting Changed

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg City School Board has changed the order of its September public gatherings. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Future Now For Distance Learning

    WEYERS CAVE — Students from around Virginia are getting veterinary technician associate degrees from Blue Ridge Community College though they rarely set foot on campus. Read More

  • INVESTMENTS: Four Things I Think ... I Think

    If you’ve read these articles in the past, you might be able to guess this opening paragraph. If this is the first article I’ve written that you’ve ever read, I generally use this forum, especially around this time of year, to poke fun at the talking heads, the prognosticators, the experts … those who make predictions without data or context. Read More


  • Big Shoes To Fill

    BRIDGEWATER — Graduation wasn’t kind to the Turner Ashby High School volleyball team. The Knights lost libero Maria Shickel, who was the Conference 29 and Valley District Player of the Year last season, and two other main contributors. Read More

  • A Bump In The Night At BC

    HARRISONBURG – During the football season, longtime Bridgewater College coach Michael Clark says he gets two nights off per week. Read More

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