• #1 - NEW: Police Say Schultz Found In Rockingham Co.
  • #2 - Body Of Missing Page Woman Found
  • #3 - Development Leader Dennis Burnett Dies
  • #4 - BHS, ERHS Looking Good
  • #5 - BHS’s Freshman Phenom


  • Sports For All
  • (Ghost) Hunting License
  • The Death Of The Friendly Nod
  • Celebrating Centenarians



  • UPDATE: UNC Investigators Unhappy With Withers

    A report into academic corruption at the University of North Carolina says current James Madison coach Everett Withers refused to cooperate with the investigation, even though JMU wanted him to do so. Read More

  • NEW: Warner, Gillespie Make Final Joint Appearance

    VIRGINIA BEACH (AP) — U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and Republican rival Ed Gillespie made their final joint appearance Thursday, rehashing familiar talking points that largely focused on issues relevant to Hampton Roads. Read More

  • NEW: Police Say Schultz Found In Rockingham Co.

    HARRISONBURG — The Page County Sheriff's Office this morning said the body found on Wednesday that is believed to be missing person Joy Schultz was discovered in Rockingham County, at the end of the state-maintained portion of Beldor Road near Elkton. Read More

  • Body Of Missing Page Woman Found

    HARRISONBURG — The six-week search for a missing Page County woman appeared to end Wednesday, landing her husband and stepson in jail facing charges related to her death. Read More

  • Development Leader Dennis Burnett Dies

    HARRISONBURG — Dennis Burnett, the executive director of the Shenandoah Valley Partnership, died suddenly Tuesday at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, the organization announced in a Wednesday press release. Read More

  • Blazing Connections

    HARRISONBURG — To the uninitiated, a 10-foot wide slab of pavement running a little longer than a mile may not be especially impressive. Read More

  • Hopeful Looks To Offer Another Choice

    HARRISONBURG — Leveling criticism at the federal government and both major political parties, Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Robert Sarvis said he wants to give Virginians another option on Election Day. Read More

  • Council Hopefuls Cash In

    HARRISONBURG — With the election for Harrisonburg City Council less than two weeks away, Mayor Ted Byrd is the frontrunner in terms of both cash raised and how much money he has left in his campaign’s war chest. Read More

  • HCPS Eyes Another Alternative

    HARRISONBURG — Citing costs and logistical concerns, the city School Board chose to withdraw the division’s participation in the Genesis Alternative School. Read More

  • Fields Yield Solid Harvest

    HARRISONBURG — Rain the last few weeks has slowed local harvest efforts, but reports indicate that this is a good year for corn and soybean production in the region. Read More

  • New Market OKs Excess Yard Sale Fine

    NEW MARKET — Town Council added a penalty to New Market’s annual yard sale limit for homeowners. Read More

  • Quarry Mining For Safety

    HARRISONBURG — One of the best visuals Sam Hollins has seen that captures the essence of employee mine safety is a picture hanging at a quarry near Roanoke. Read More

  • Broadway Lowers Property Tax Relief

    HARRISONBURG — Residents of one more locality will be paying more in property taxes. Read More

  • Halloween On The Square Event Set

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance will present the 11th annual Halloween on the Square from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Read More

  • NEW: Charlotte On Fast Track To I-A As JMU Waits

  • Video: WWII Bomber Flight

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: ‘Little Guys’ Take On Big Boxes, Web

    HARRISONBURG — Bob Schurtz remembers the days when checking out his competition would involve only a short car ride and a few minutes of his time. Read More


  • Fast Track To I-A

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison’s opponent Saturday will have a smaller football stadium, no national championships or conference titles, no All-Americans and just eight wins in its two-year history. Read More

  • BHS, ERHS Looking Good

    HARRISONBURG – Technically, there’s no set number of wins that will guarantee a high school football playoff berth. It’s all based on power points. Read More

  • BHS’s Freshman Phenom

    BROADWAY — High school is an adjustment for any freshman, which is why first-year Broadway volleyball coach Jacquelynne McClelland wanted her rookie setter, Asha Beck, to get a head start on fitting in. Read More

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