• #1 - Obama Gets Legacy, Iran Gets Bomb
  • #2 - Gun Groups Not Educating Americans
  • #3 - Too Many Kids Without Both Parents
  • #4 - ‘Have An Outing With Family’
  • #5 - Connecting To Creation


  • ‘Have An Outing With Family’
  • A Conductor Of Note
  • Spending Time At Tipton Home
  • Celebrating Our Freedoms


  • Convention Decision A Win For Obenshain?

    HARRISONBURG — As Bob Roberts views things, last weekend was a good one if your last name is Obenshain, Bush, Rubio and possibly even Trump. Read More

  • To Fence Or Not To Fence?

    HARRISONBURG — The nearly 765,000 cattle in Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay watershed produce more than 8.5 million tons of waste annually. Disposing of that waste remains an issue for producers and conservationists alike. Read More

  • JMU Students Keeping Debt At Bay

    HARRISONBURG — National student debt has already surpassed $1 trillion, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but local students appear to be overcoming the problem. Read More

  • Battlefields District Rebrands After 150th

    HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District has taken steps to make the area’s Civil War history more accessible to modern travelers. Read More

  • Broadway Eyes Major Changes In Townhouse Regs

    HARRISONBURG — Broadway officials are on the verge of voting on a major overhaul of the town’s regulations for townhouses. Read More

  • Stone Officially Takes Over Reins At Sweet Briar

    HARRISONBURG — Phillip Stone Sr. officially became the president of Sweet Briar College early Thursday evening and began his attempt to revive the private women’s liberal arts college whose previous leaders sought to close it with an open message to the Sweet Briar community posted on the school’s website. Read More

  • Summertime Story Time At Book Fair

    MOUNT CRAWFORD — After 37 years of teaching kindergarten, Janice McArdle retired from Lacey Spring Elementary at the end of this school year. But she’s not finished working with kids. Read More

  • Campers To See War From Participants’ Eyes

    NEW MARKET — Area children 7 to 12 years old can strap on their kepis and join the ranks at next week’s Civil War Day Camp. Read More

  • Patrols Ramp Up For Fourth

    HARRISONBURG — Fireworks are not the only way people can be injured this July Fourth — police are appealing to drivers to stay safe as well. Read More

  • Patriotic Artistry

  • Street Closings Planned For City's Fourth Celebration

    HARRISONBURG — Multiple streets and parking lots will be closed Saturday so the daylong Valley Fourth celebration can be held. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Blazing New Trails In The Valley

    HARRISONBURG — To say that all trails lead to Back Home on the Farm would be a gross overstatement. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: 1,122 Words About Asphalt

    In July, a group of officials is expected to gather to cut a ribbon in celebration of the opening of 6.1 miles of pavement. The Southeast Connector creates a link among every commercial corridor from Va. 42 to Spotswood Trail and stands as a largely overlooked and underestimated infrastructure change. Read More


  • Nicely Taking First Steps

    HARRISONBURG —When the University of Virginia won the College World Series last week, Austin Nicely was in Brooklyn, New York, watching his minor league team lose in 12 innings. Read More

  • McCoy, Turks Win

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison left-hander Tucker McCoy – a Spotswood High School graduate – allowed four runs over six innings in his first Valley Baseball League start to help lead the Harrisonburg Turks past the Waynesboro Generals 10-6 Friday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

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