• #1 - Jury Indicts Man On Rape Charge
  • #2 - Appeal In PI’s Death Dismissed
  • #3 - City Council OKs Fee For Stormwater
  • #4 - Artistically Inclined
  • #5 - Snow Going


  • Artistically Inclined
  • Introducing: Miss Wonka
  • ‘Papercuts’ Set To Open March 2 At Duke Hall Gallery
  • Dancing Across The Keys: The 21st-Century Piano



  • NEW: State Parks Opening Later This Year

    HARRISONBURG —Virginians will have to wait a few more days than usual to camp in most state parks this year. Read More

  • NEW: Complaint Filed Over Hanger's Choice For Primary

    HARRISONBURG — Sen. Emmett Hanger, R-Mount Solon, will have a court battle to win before any votes are cast. Read More

  • Valley Pols Pleased With State Budget

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia seems set to avoid a repeat of last year’s budget stalemate that threatened to shut down the state government. Read More

  • Appeal In PI’s Death Dismissed

    HARRISONBURG — A Harrisonburg lawyer had no obligation to tell a private investigator he hired to serve divorce papers that the recipient might be armed and dangerous, the Virginia Supreme Court unanimously ruled Thursday. Read More

  • Warmer Times Ahead

    HARRISONBURG — The broken record that’s played the last two weeks got one last spin in for the month on Thursday. Read More

  • Higher Ed Fares Well In State Budget

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia colleges and universities survived the latest round of state budget negotiations with most of their funding intact, plus a little extra for employee raises. Read More

  • City Council OKs Fee For Stormwater

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg property owners will pay an additional fee when their tax bills are due in December. Read More

  • White Streets, Red Ink

    HARRISONBURG — With the wallop of white powder received over the weekend, the city’s snow and ice budget is now in the red. Read More

  • Jury Indicts Man On Rape Charge

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County grand jury returned an indictment last week charging rape against a man who was about to cross into Mexico at the time of his arrest, records state. Read More

  • JMU GOP Goes To CPAC

    HARRISONBURG — A group of James Madison University students plans to rub shoulders with some big-name political players and perhaps even the next president. Read More

  • Snow Going

  • HOMETOWN PORT REPUBLIC: ‘Town Hall’ Remodel Nearly Complete

    PORT REPUBLIC — If walls could talk, the chatter heard inside one historic Port Republic building would be deafening. Read More


    GROTTOES — Spend just part of an evening at the Batting Cave and you may ask yourself: What took so long? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Three Relatively Random Thoughts

    We live in a world of constant information. Consider this: On average, there are approximately 600 million opinions shared daily on Facebook and Twitter alone. This is before you take into account traditional media outlets, including television, newspapers, radio stations and the advertisements scattered throughout all of them. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Investors On The Post-Recession Plan

    HARRISONBURG — For stock market investors in October 2007, the sky seemed to be the limit. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor’s 500 reached all-time highs on Oct. 9, and on the last day of the month the NASDAQ Composite reached its highest point since the tech bubble burst in 2000. Then, the sky fell. Read More


  • West Coast Cred

    HARRISONBURG — Brett Elliott was not the type of quarterback Dan Mullen was used to coaching. Read More

  • Dukes Can Clinch

    HARRISONBURG — Following Sunday’s 63-62 loss to Hofstra, James Madison women’s basketball coach Kenny Brooks spent some time in front of the television. Read More

  • JMU Gets Time

    HARRISONBURG – A proposed law that would cap the amount of money students pay to support athletics at state colleges has been put on hold for a year, giving James Madison more time to figure out how the bill would impact its potential move to Division I-A in football. Read More

  • EMU Wins 65-62

    SALEM – Eastern Mennonite University erased a five-point halftime deficit and held on for a 65-62 win over Lynchburg in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference men’s basketball quarterfinals Thursday at the Salem Civic Center. Read More

  • EMU Women Take Top Awards

    HARRISONBURG – Eastern Mennonite University junior forward Jess Rheinheimer and coach Kevin Griffin both collected Old Dominion Athletic Conference awards on Thursday night at the league’s women’s basketball banquet. Read More

  • ERHS Plays Monday; TA Game Postponed

    HARRISONBURG – The East Rockingham High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams finally have quarterfinal dates in the snow-battered 2A East regional tournament. Read More

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