• #1 - Separate Paths Led Triplets To Eastern Mennonite
  • #3 - JMU Needs Its Own Precinct
  • #4 - Snapshot Of The Day
  • #5 - At EMU Graduation, A Lesson In Wisdom


  • Breaking The Cycle
  • What’s Stopping You?
  • Creating A Space
  • Going Screen-Free



  • NEW: Alger, Markowitz Win GOP Primary In Page Co.

    HARRISONBURG — Republicans held a firehouse primary election in Page County on Saturday, with nearly 1,000 voters choosing a nominee for commonwealth's attorney and clerk of circuit court. Read More

  • NEW: Four Sent To RMH After Small Ammonia Leak

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Fire Department's hazardous materials team responded this morning to Shenandoah Processing on North Liberty Street for a small ammonia line leak, Fire Chief Larry Shifflett said. Read More

  • NEW: High Court To Consider Lawsuits Over Personal Data

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said today it will decide whether Web sites and other firms that collect personal data can be sued for publishing inaccurate information even if the mistakes don't cause any actual harm. Read More

  • Veteran Health Care Enrollment Event At City Clinic

    HARRISONBURG – The Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center is hosting a veteran health care information and enrollment fair on Tuesday from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Harrisonburg Community Based Outpatient Clinic. Read More

  • At EMU Graduation, A Lesson In Wisdom

    HARRISONBURG — In an address to Eastern Mennonite University’s graduating class of 2015 Sunday, commencement speaker E.J. Dionne Jr. pulled inspiration from a rather unlikely source: former comedy talk show host Stephen Colbert. Read More

  • Separate Paths Led Triplets To Eastern Mennonite

    HARRISONBURG — Just how exactly does a set of triplets from northwest Ohio end up graduating from Eastern Mennonite University? Read More

  • Coalition, City Prep For Bike Month Events

    HARRISONBURG — Carl Droms appropriately describes the Friendly City’s efforts to improve its infrastructure to accommodate bicyclists as “a bit of a cycle.” Read More

  • Newsstreak Scribe Among Nation’s Best

    HARRISONBURG — Mia Karr knows the importance of deadlines. While other students relaxed at home on snow days this year, the Harrisonburg High School senior could be found at the school, working on its monthly newspaper, The News-streak, to ensure timely publication. Read More

  • KidWind Challenge Brings Hundreds To Host JMU

    HARRISONBURG — From fiberglass to balsa wood, about 200 students from up and down the East Coast demonstrated the form and function of their homemade wind turbines Saturday during the KidWind Challenge Eastern Regional Finals at James Madison University. Read More

  • City Schools Need Repairs, Administrator Tells Board

    HARRISONBURG — Craig Mackail, Harrisonburg City Public Schools’ director of operations and school safety, says despite ailing equipment in many division buildings, the engineering has served staff well. Read More

  • Skyline Section Closing For Rock Removal

    SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK — A 1.3-mile stretch of Skyline Drive will be closed for two weeks starting May 4 for the removal of rocks near Mary’s Rock Tunnel. Read More

  • State Commission Town Hall Pushes Cyber Security

    HARRISONBURG — In cyber security, trust is a necessary evil. As Vernon McCandlish, a malware analyst for General Electric Co. said to a group of professors, industry representatives and students at James Madison University Friday, “we have to have a certain level of trust to be able to do our business.” Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: Skyline Literacy Improves Lives

    HARRISONBURG — Elizabeth Girvan did not expect to leave her career as a court reporter to help lead a literacy-focused nonprofit. Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: All Trails Lead Through City

    HARRISONBURG — As Harrisonburg continues to plan new shared-use biking and walking trails throughout the city, Parks and Recreation Director Lee Foerster said residents seem to be pleased with the work so far. Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: Making Points In The Paint

    HARRISONBURG — Three blocks away from the park that bears his and his son’s names, Ralph Sampson Sr. lives in the same house on Myrtle Street he’s called home for four decades. 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


  • World-Class Biker Wins Yee-Ha

    McGAHEYSVILLE – Just two weeks ago, Luca Shaw was carving on his mountain bike in Lourdes, France, a small town in the foothills of the Pyrenees that attracts millions of religious pilgrims and tourists to where the Virgin Mary was reportedly spotted in 1858. Read More


    HARRISONBURG — Less than 30 minutes after the James Madison spring football game Saturday, new offensive coordinator Brett Elliott was already in his Plecker Center office looking at video. Read More

  • Good Throws Gem

    HARRISONBURG – Freshman pitcher Megan Good threw the fourth no-hitter in program history and scored the game-opening run on an RBI double as James Madison beat Elon 8-0 Sunday in a Colonial Athletic Association softball game Sunday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

  • Big Wins For Knights

    PURCELLVILLE — Senior shortstop Alexa Sheets and sophomore outfielder Cana Davis each had two hits as Turner Ashby High School swept Woodgrove in a non-district softball doubleheader 6-3, 7-5 on Saturday. Read More

  • Hatcher Enters Virginia HOF

    PORTSMOUTH – Retired R.E. Lee High School basketball coach Paul Hatcher was inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Read More

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