• #1 - New Arcade Not For Kids
  • #2 - UPDATE: Wreck On I-81 Kills Truck Driver
  • #3 - Meth Ring Leader Sentenced To Nine Years
  • #4 - Broadway Council OKs Subdivision
  • #5 - Clinton The Most Qualified


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  • UPDATE: Police ID Truck Driver Killed On I-81

  • Drawing Party Lines?

    HARRISONBURG — Lawmakers in Richmond are looking at changing how Virginians participate in party politics. Read More

  • City Schools Superintendent Gets Extension

    HARRISONBURG — After six years as Harrisonburg City Public Schools superintendent, Scott Kizner has been given a four-year extension. Read More

  • Housing Market Saw Solid Numbers In 2015

    HARRISONBURG — Fourth-quarter housing sales in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County weren’t spectacular, but they were good enough to cap a solid year in the market. Read More

  • Meth Ring Leader Sentenced To Nine Years

    HARRISONBURG — A Harrisonburg man who supplied large quantities of methamphetamine to lower-level dealers while still in high school will spend nearly a decade behind bars. Read More

  • More Charges For Accused Impersonator

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man arrested last month on a misdemeanor count of impersonating a police officer is facing additional charges after media attention prompted potential victims to come forward. Read More

  • New Arcade Not For Kids

    HARRISONBURG — It may be called Ruby’s Arcade, but when it opens near the end of February, patrons won’t see — or hear — any electronic games. Read More

  • Broadway Council OKs Subdivision

    BROADWAY — A new subdivision is coming to Broadway. Read More

  • Agency Begins Program To Help Inmates Transition

    HARRISONBURG — A program designed to help Rockingham County Jail inmates re-enter society is kicking into gear. Read More

  • Police Find Gang Graffiti At City Park

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg police and the CHARGE Gang Task Force are investigating gang-related graffiti found at a city park. Read More

  • Shenandoah County First Responders Go Back To New Market

    Shenandoah County first responders have returned to the New Market volunteer fire and rescue station as tensions ease between the two agencies. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: Broadway Station WBTX Expands To FM Radio

    BROADWAY — Christine Pompeo joined WBTX in 1981 because she needed a job. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: More Than Just Mail, Post Office A ‘Social Center’

    FULKS RUN — For Fulks Run residents, the post office represents more than just mail services. 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


  • Dukes Dump Drexel

    PHILADELPHIA — Matt Brady had seen his James Madison basketball team get burnt by a lazy start to the second half too many times this season. Read More

  • SHS’s Self-Made Star

    PENN LAIRD — Justin Townsend says he constantly got into fights with fellow students early in sixth grade, so Montevideo Middle School principal Drew Miller gave him an ultimatum: either stay after school and do more schoolwork, or join the wrestling team. Read More

  • JMU Women Renew Rivalry

    HARRISONBURG – It was one of the strangest games James Madison women’s basketball coach Kenny Brooks can ever recall being involved with. Read More

  • Dukes Like Three QBs

    HARRISONBURG — According to Donnie Kirkpatrick, all three of James Madison’s 2016 quarterback signees could fit his offense. Read More

  • Broadway Girls Defeat Lee, 62-42

    STAUNTON – Junior guard Kailey Landis had 13 points and seven rebounds as Broadway High School defeated R.E. Lee 62-42 in a Valley District girls’ basketball game Thursday. Read More

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