• #1 - NEW: Page Co. Woman Arrested On '12 Sex Crimes
  • #2 - Man Struck After Crash
  • #3 - Jail Study Recommends New Building
  • #4 - Thanksgiving, Grandma’s Way
  • #5 - Bond Denied For Man Accused Of Attempted Murder


  • Thanksgiving, Grandma’s Way
  • ‘The Weird, Scary Stuff’
  • Caroling In The Caverns Slated For Dec. 6
  • VA Momentum Bringing Turkey Trot To Harrisonburg



  • NEW: Page Co. Woman Arrested On '12 Sex Crimes

    HARRISONBURG — The Waynesboro Police Department has charged a Page County woman with a 2012 sexual assault of a then-13-year-old Waynesboro boy. Read More

  • Jail Study Recommends New Building

    HARRISONBURG — A proposed new jail facility for Harrisonburg and Rockingham County is taking shape. Read More

  • For Resort Hopefuls, Cold Is Key

    HARRISONBURG — Valley residents had to bundle up after abnormally cold weather ripped through the area this week, but Massanutten Resort employees were overjoyed by the frigid temperatures. Read More

  • Longtime Official A ‘True Professional’

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg might have a different look today if it were not for the efforts of its longest-serving city manager, Marvin Bennett Milam. Read More

  • Guilty Plea In Child’s Death

    WOODSTOCK — Nicole Dawn Miller was convicted of first-degree murder in Shenandoah County Circuit Court on Thursday in the death of her then-fiancé’s 20-month-old son last summer. Read More

  • Man Struck After Crash

    PAGE COUNTY — A Rileyville man was flown to the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville after being struck Thursday while getting out of his car following a traffic crash he was involved in, state police say. Read More

  • Giving Something To Be Thankful For

    HARRISONBURG — Hank and Eunice Harwell are no strangers to generosity. After all, the couple has been officers in the Salvation Army for two decades, most recently in Jackson, Miss. Read More

  • Bond Denied For Man Accused Of Attempted Murder

    HARRISONBURG — A judge denied bond Thursday to a Rockingham County man charged with attempting to murder his wife and her boyfriend. Read More

  • JMU Restricting Travel To W. Africa

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison University is restricting travel to Ebola-stricken nations in West Africa until further notice. Read More

  • Hot Spot

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Changing Face Of Health Care

    HARRISONBURG — For many in the business of making or keeping people healthy, 2014 has been a year of transformation. Read More


  • No. 23? Ho-Hum

    HARRISONBURG – There wasn’t any hooting and hollering, as Kenny Brooks put it, when James Madison’s 13th-year women’s basketball coach made the announcement to his team before practice Tuesday that it had cracked USA Today’s Top 25 coaches’ poll. Read More

  • Gwathmey Nets 22, JMU Beats AU, 69-65

    WASHINGTON – Jazmon Gwathmey had a career-high 22 points, and fellow junior guard Angela Mickens banked in a 3-pointer with five seconds left to ice the game as James Madison escaped with a 69-65 victory over American in a non-conference women’s basketball game Thursday night. Read More

  • Giants Bring Speed

    HARRISONBURG – Over the span of 30 years in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, a No. 16 seed has never beaten a No. 1 in 120 chances. In just the second year of the Virginia High School League’s expanded 3A playoff format, Waynesboro’s football team is 1-for-1. Read More

  • Tough Task Awaits ERHS

    HARRISONBURG – It’s been a record-setting season for East Rockingham High School’s football team, which won a program-best ninth game last week by holding off R.E. Lee 33-29 in the first round of the 2A East playoffs. Read More

  • Heels Down Dukes

    CHAPEL HILL – The James Madison men’s soccer team was no match for No. 16 North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Read More

  • EMU’s Gehman Named Athlete Of Year

    HARRISONBURG – Eastern Mennonite University’s Ryan Gehman was named the South/Southeast Region Athlete of the Year by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Thursday. Read More

  • BC Beats Mounties

    CRESSON, Pa. – Senior forward Aaron Adams scored a career-high 27 points, and senior forward Ed Reddick had 19 points and 10 rebounds as Bridgewater College defeated Mount Aloysius 72-66 in a non-conference men’s basketball game Thursday night. Read More

  • JMU’s Withers Finalist For I-A Coach Of The Year

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison’s Everett Withers has been named a finalist for the Eddie Robinson Award, given annually to Division I-AA football’s Coach of the Year. Read More

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