• #1 - Wal-Mart Breaks Ground
  • #2 - Gas Company To Give Customers Refunds
  • #3 - Fair Breaks Record After All
  • #4 - JMU Student Earns Accolades For CD
  • #5 - Fire Dept. Investigating Suspected Arson


  • JMU Student Earns Accolades For CD
  • Mural Artist Stages ‘Takeover’ At Larkin
  • Honoring The Missing, Captured Soldiers
  • A Day Full Of Surprises



  • Council To Hold Hearing On Elections

    HARRISONBURG — City Council will hold a public hearing at its meeting Tuesday to once again take up the issue of School Board elections. Read More

  • Fair Breaks Record After All

    HARRISONBURG — More than 2,400 tickets not counted in an initial tally by Rockingham County Fair officials have vaulted total attendance at last month’s fete to a record high. Read More

  • Wal-Mart Breaks Ground

    TIMBERVILLE — Before leaving on a vacation earlier this year, Timberville Mayor Don Delaughter said his wife gave him one simple rule. Read More

  • DEQ To Highlight Waterway Cleanup Efforts

    HARRISONBURG — Residents and farmers around Broadway and Timberville can learn about how to clean up two waterways in northern Rockingham County at a public meeting later this month. Read More

  • SCPS Mulls Options For Crowding

    WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County parents have until Tuesday to voice their opinions on how to solve elementary school overcrowding before an official recommendation is made the School Board. Read More

  • Grand Gesture: Town Gets Original Cave Map

    GROTTOES — Dr. William Halliday, a retired cardiac surgeon with a passion for caves, made the 500-mile journey from his home in Nashville, Tenn., to Grottoes last week to donate his 1806 map of Grand Caverns to the town. Read More

  • Summer Reading Program Declines

    HARRISONBURG — Turnout for Massanutten Regional Library’s children’s 2015 Summer Reading Games dropped this year, but staff said they believed it was from a reduction in half-hearted registration. Read More

  • Do-Si-Do

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Future Now For Distance Learning

    WEYERS CAVE — Students from around Virginia are getting veterinary technician associate degrees from Blue Ridge Community College though they rarely set foot on campus. Read More

  • INVESTMENTS: Four Things I Think ... I Think

    If you’ve read these articles in the past, you might be able to guess this opening paragraph. If this is the first article I’ve written that you’ve ever read, I generally use this forum, especially around this time of year, to poke fun at the talking heads, the prognosticators, the experts … those who make predictions without data or context. Read More


  • Vad’s Pulpit

    HARRISONBURG -- Even before Vad Lee was playing football, he was a leader. Read More

  • HHS Tested Again

    HARRISONBURG — Another chapter is about to be added to the Harrisonburg–Handley High School football rivalry, which dates back to 1922, and this one comes with an intriguing story-line: Are the Blue Streaks, after an uncommonly bleak two seasons, finally back? Read More

  • A Full Football Slate Tonight

    HARRISONBURG — What Spotswood High School football coach Chris Dodson sees watching tape of Lord Botetourt isn’t just a team that executes well on offense and defense. Read More

  • BC ‘No Different’ Than In ’14

    BRIDGEWATER – To prepare for a rare Friday night game, Bridgewater College’s football team planned to go to Jopson Field at 9 p.m. Thursday for an hour-long walkthrough. Read More

  • Today’s Local Schedule

  • Eagles No Longer On Radio

    BRIDGEWATER – Bridgewater College athletics will no longer be on radio, the school announced Wednesday. Read More

  • EMHS Beats Pendleton County In Volleyball

    HARRISONBURG — Senior outside hitter Leah Wenger finished with 14 digs and eight kills to lead Eastern Mennonite High School past Pendleton County 25-11, 25-15, 25-15 in a non-conference volleyball match Thursday at EMHS. Read More

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