• #1 - New State Laws Starting Today
  • #2 - Smoking Law Takes Effect
  • #3 - Bath Salts Defendant Seeks Pardon
  • #4 - What Dorothy Parker Would Say About Trump
  • #5 - Do We Want Muslim Enclaves Here?


  • ‘An Incredible Example’
  • Not All TV Is Good TV
  • Red Wing Takes Root
  • Rapunzel Musical Aims To Teach, Entertain



  • Bath Salts Defendant Seeks Pardon

    HARRISONBURG — A federal judge rejected a request to reduce the sentence of a former Pamela’s Secrets employee convicted of selling drugs. Read More

  • Smoking Law Takes Effect

    HARRISONBURG — A new law that goes into effect today aims to change smoking habits. Read More

  • Heavy Holiday Travel

    HARRISONBURG — If you’re hitting the road this holiday weekend, you could be part of a record-setting event. Read More

  • Greenmount 4-H Comes To Flood Victims’ Aid

    BROADWAY — West Virginia flood victims are about to receive a little help from a Valley 4-H club and the surrounding community. Read More

  • New State Laws Starting Today

    HARRISONBURG — This morning will bring not only the flip of a calendar page, but also new laws in the commonwealth, many coming from bills patroned by Valley lawmakers. Read More

  • Students Get The Scoop At JCamp

    HARRISONBURG — Sixty middle and high school students from throughout Virginia are illustrating the day-to-day activities of Harrisonburg this week. Read More

  • Summer School Program Teaches Children Nature

    HARRISONBURG — Students participating in Waterman Elementary School’s summer school program got a feel for nature Thursday. Read More

  • Turks Reading Stories

  • Video: Rosined and Ready

    NEW MARKET — People play at a weekly Friday night bluegrass jam session at the New Market Community Center, which is hosted by the New Market Banjo and Fiddle Club. Read More


  • Mitch ‘Anxious’

    HARRISONBURG — Connor Mitch has received “no promises” to start as James Madison’s quarterback this upcoming fall, the South Carolina transfer’s father, Bob, said Thursday. Read More

  • JMU Women’s Hoops Adds Transfer From Virginia Tech

    Forward Kelly Koshuta has joined the James Madison women’s basketball team as a transfer from Virginia Tech, JMU announced Thursday afternoon. Read More

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