• #1 - Officials Close City’s Only Adult Business
  • #2 - What I Remember Most About The Flood
  • #3 - Tracing Country Bill’s Steps
  • #4 - Middle-East Christians Under Siege
  • #5 - Bridgewater’s Holton Retiring


  • A Ride Through The Valley’s History
  • What I Remember Most About The Flood
  • Finding The Trigger Point
  • Happy Birthday, Bushong



  • Bridgewater’s Holton Retiring

    HARRISONBURG — After more than 40 years as Bridgewater’s town superintendent, Bob Holton is stepping down at the end of this year. Read More

  • Tracing Country Bill’s Steps

    HARRISONBURG — On May 7, 1971, a man was found unconscious in his car in Elkton. He was taken to Rockingham Memorial Hospital, where he died about 90 minutes later as a result of a heart attack. Read More

  • Property Crime Plunges In Rockingham County

    HARRISONBURG — The number of property crimes reported to Rockingham County law enforcement agencies plummeted in 2014, while total offenses tracked upward in Harrisonburg. Read More

  • Officials Close City’s Only Adult Business

    HARRISONBURG — Officials have closed the city’s only adults-only retailer because the building it operates in has been deemed unsafe. Read More

  • United Way, EAUS Prep For Supply Drives

    ROCKINGHAM COUNTY — Area parents are scoping out back-to-school deals, with Harrisonburg and Rockingham County public schools set to resume classes on Aug. 25. Read More

  • Hearing On Kite Property Sale Set

    ELKTON — Public comment on the possible sale of 189 acres of town-owned land is on Elkton Town Council’s agenda for Monday. Read More

  • Happy Birthday, Harry

    HARRISONBURG — Harry Potter may be 35 years old but he’s still a boy wizard as far as Valley children are concerned. Read More

  • Camp Up With People Shows Off Skills

    HARRISONBURG — Fifty teenagers from around the world took the stage at Eastern Mennonite High School on Friday as part of the Camp Up With People program. Read More

  • Edinburg Mill Auto Show Sunday

    EDINBURG — Edinburg is starting its engines for the second annual Antique Auto Show at the Edinburg Mill on Sunday. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: An Invisible Gorilla And Objective Third Parties

    Imagine six kids in a circle passing a basketball around when a man in a gorilla suit walks right into the middle and waves hello. Would you notice the gorilla? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Minimizing Risk: Safety No Accident

    HARRISONBURG — Outside the offices of Riddleberger Brothers Inc. is a sign promoting the company’s current safety record. Read More


  • 3-Star QB Commits

    HARRISONBURG — D.J. Daniels doesn’t have to use his imagination to picture himself playing quarterback at James Madison. Read More

  • Turks’ Season Ends, 3-2

    HARRISONBURG – Bob Wease is as passionate as can be when it comes to baseball, and the Harrisonburg Turks’ longtime manager absolutely hates losing. Read More

  • Bucks Pound Zuma

    MONTEZUMA – First baseman Shane Banks went 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBIs to lead Clover Hill to a 16-2 win over Montezuma in Game 2 of a best-of-three Rockingham County Baseball League quarterfinal series Friday at Ruritan Field. Read More

  • Big Games Await JMU Basketball

    HARRISONBURG — The James Madison women’s basketball team released its non-conference schedule on Friday, and it includes games against two of the country’s top programs. Read More

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