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  • #1 - Counterfeit Arrests Made
  • #2 - Murder-For-Hire Case
  • #3 - Turkeys Spill Onto Exit Ramp After Crash
  • #4 - Spike In Synthetic Marijuana Illness Raises Flags
  • #5 - Unbeaten TA Wins, 3-0

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  • NEW: City Woman Found Drowned In North River

    HARRISONBURG — A city woman was found drowned today in North River, the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office says in a press release. Read More

  • NEW: SMH Breaks Ground On New Emergency Building

    WOODSTOCK — Members of Shenandoah Memorial Hospital’s Board of Trustees broke ground on a 47,000-square-foot emergency department and medical office building on the hospital’s campus this morning. Read More

  • NEW: Spots Open For New Self-Defense Training

    HARRISONBURG — Taking a two-hour self-defense class will not be enough to learn the full scope of martial arts, but it can save a life at the worst moment. That was the idea behind “Self-Defense Against Rape and Sexual Assault,” a special session taking place at Traditional Mixed Martial Arts Dojo in Harrisonburg this Sunday. Read More

  • NEW: Mount Jackson Apple Company Grows By 160

    HARRISONBURG — Andros Foods North America, the Mount Jackson company that manufactures private-label products from apples, will spend $73 million over the next three years on a plant expansion that will create 160 new jobs. Read More

  • Spike In Synthetic Marijuana Illness Raises Flags

    HARRISONBURG — Sometimes combative and with an altered mental state suggesting they have no clue of their surroundings, users of a new string of synthetic marijuana are raising concerns for law enforcement and doctors at Sentara RMH Medical Center. Read More

  • Murder-For-Hire Case

    HARRISONBURG — A Grottoes woman accused of attempting to hire a hit man to kill two family members and four other people was indicted on 10 felony charges Monday. Read More

  • Culinary Concepts Explored

    HARRISONBURG — The timetable for two entrepreneurs to bring an Indonesian fusion cafe to the area might have been ramped up Monday. Read More

  • Turkeys Spill Onto Exit Ramp After Crash

    HARRISONBURG — A tractor-trailer hauling turkeys overturned Monday morning at the northbound exit ramp at mile marker 240 on Interstate 81, sending the driver to Sentara RMH Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, according to Virginia State Police. Read More

  • Counterfeit Arrests Made

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department announced the arrests Friday of three people accused of passing counterfeit money at city businesses. Read More

  • A Growing Education

    HARRISONBURG — Agriculture is king in Rockingham County, making it a fitting choice for Monday’s regional FFA rally, organizers said. Read More

  • Lego Team Goes Global

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg area is sending its first participants to the FIRST LEGO League World Festival in St. Louis this week. Read More

  • Climate Change Talk Hopes To Educate

    HARRISONBURG — Les Grady thinks the first step to slowing down climate change is simply talking about it. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: A Lo-o-o-ng Time Coming

    TIMBERVILLE — The display board outside that gives the hours for the Main Street Diner hides from public knowledge just how much work is being done inside. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: Randy’s Does Its Best

    Since 2001, Randy’s Do-It-Best Hardware has provided the know-how on the leaky and whatever else to innumerable customers, many repeat ones, in the Food Lion shopping center. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Of Substance And Style

    It’s said that you’re focused on fun in your 20s, money in your 30s and 40s, status in your 50s and 60s, and health beyond. This is probably overly simplistic to the point of being largely untrue. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Approaching A Boom Time

    HARRISONBURG — Baby boomers have changed the world, and they’re about to begin reshaping and redefining retirement living. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Turks Re-Arming

    HARRISONBURG — The addition of the Charlottesville Tom Sox to the Valley Baseball League this summer doesn’t have Harrisonburg Turks manager Bob Wease all that worried. Read More

  • Kiser Going D-2

    HARRISONBURG – Ryan Kiser apparently made quite an impression at a recruiting camp in November. Read More

  • JMU Softball Sweeps Awards

    HARRISONBURG – Following a 5-0 stretch on the road, James Madison’s softball team swept all three Colonial Athletic Association weekly awards Monday. Read More

  • Unbeaten TA Wins, 3-0

    BRIDGEWATER – Junior designated hitter Logan Conley went 1-for-2 with a double and a run in his first start of the season as Turner Ashby High School beat St. Anne’s-Belfield 3-0 in a non-district baseball game halted after the fifth inning due to thunderstorms Monday night in Bridgewater. Read More

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