• #1 - Motorcyclist At U.Va. After I-81 Crash
  • #2 - HPD Seeks Robbery Suspect
  • #3 - City Man Faces Seven Charges
  • #4 - A Judas Is In Our Midst
  • #5 - Finding The Trigger Point


  • Finding The Trigger Point
  • Happy Birthday, Bushong
  • The Art Of Creation
  • Summer Fruit Gets Day In Spotlight



  • Staples To Offer Coupons For Teachers

  • UPDATED: Federal Judge: Va. Can Ban Confederate Flag Plates

  • HPD Seeks Robbery Suspect

    HARRISONBURG — When a man walked into a Harrisonburg GameStop and robbed it Wednesday night, one of the last things on his mind appeared to be video games. Read More

  • City Man Faces Seven Charges

    WOODSTOCK — A Harrisonburg man faces seven charges, including six felonies, in Shenandoah County after being accused of burglarizing and attempting to burn down a house in Woodstock last year. Read More

  • BRCC To Offer Certification In Packaging

    Paperboard packaging is a fact of modern life but area companies often have trouble hiring workers with the right skills, Blue Ridge Community College observed. Read More

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  • State Home Builders Tap Snell

    HARRISONBURG — J.M. Snell is a believer in the value of home ownership, and the Home Builders Association of Virginia is a believer in him. Read More

  • Motorcyclist At U.Va. After I-81 Crash

    HARRISONBURG — A woman was in stable condition at the University of Virginia Medical Center on Thursday after police say she was ejected from her motorcycle in a crash on Interstate 81 in Rockingham County Wednesday night. Read More

  • Hearing On Foundation Sign Canceled

    The New Market Board of Zoning Appeals public hearing planned for Thursday was canceled after the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District withdrew its variance application. Read More

  • Explorers’ Mission To Mars

    HARRISONBURG — Landing a $2.5 billion rover on Mars’ surface and driving it across the planet is a “high-stakes poker game,” according to Shanil Virani, director of the John C. Wells Planetarium at James Madison University. Read More

  • Valley Conservation Council To Mark 25th Year

    HARRISONBURG — This year’s Valley Conservation Council annual member meeting will take place in the context of a much larger celebration. Read More

  • Shenandoah Fairgrounds To Host Homeless Benefit Concert Saturday

    An Edinburg-based Christian organization and the Shenandoah County Fair have joined forces for a one-night-only event in the name of homeless relief. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: An Invisible Gorilla And Objective Third Parties

    Imagine six kids in a circle passing a basketball around when a man in a gorilla suit walks right into the middle and waves hello. Would you notice the gorilla? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Minimizing Risk: Safety No Accident

    HARRISONBURG — Outside the offices of Riddleberger Brothers Inc. is a sign promoting the company’s current safety record. Read More


  • Brotherly Bats

    HARRISONBURG — Larry French usually doesn’t put too much thought into his wardrobe choices. Read More

  • Do-Or-Die Tonight For Turks

    WAYNESBORO – The Harrisonburg Turks are one loss away from making a third consecutive first-round exit from the Valley Baseball League playoffs. Read More

  • Zuma Beats Bucks

    CLOVER HILL – Steven Woerner, a rising senior at Bridgewater College, threw a complete-game two-hitter to lead Montezuma to a 4-0 win over Clover Hill in Game 1 of their Rockingham County Baseball League quarterfinal series Thursday at Buck Bowman Park. Read More

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