• #1 - NEW: City Apartment Fire Displaces Residents
  • #2 - NEW: BHS Stifles Cavs, 45-27
  • #3 - Building Permits
  • #4 - Property Transfers
  • #5 - Artistically Inclined


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



  • NEW: Waynesboro Police Search For H'burg Felon

    HARRISONBURG - The Waynesboro Police Department seeks help in locating a convicted felon who has a history of firearms, assault and drug charges, the agency announced in a press release today. Read More

  • NEW: BHS Stifles Cavs, 45-27

    BROADWAY – While trading baskets with Broadway High School, the Cavaliers made three consecutive 3-pointers in the final two minutes of the first quarter, showing how dangerous they can be from the perimeter. However, that early stretch amounted to a third of Lord Botetourt’s production, as the Gobblers put forth a special defensive performance to extend their season. Read More

  • NEW: Goodlatte To Visit Library To Promote Free File

    HARRISONBURG – U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Roanoke, will be at Massanutten Regional Library's main branch in downtown Harrisonburg at 10 a.m. Monday to promote the IRS and Virginia Free File tax programs. Read More

  • NEW: THMS Student Wins Spelling Bee

    HARRISONBURG — A Thomas Harrison Middle School student persevered for 38 rounds to win the 2015 Regional Spelling Bee at Eastern Mennonite University today. Read More

  • NEW: City Apartment Fire Displaces Residents

    HARRISONBURG — Three people were taken to the hospital, including one firefighter, after a two-alarm fire destroyed part of a city apartment complex Saturday afternoon. Read More

  • 24th District GOP Sues Over Nominating Process

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

  • ‘Combat Williams’ Reporting

    HARRISONBURG — Harold Williams Sr.’s memory has faded over the years, but he still has vivid recollections of “The Forgotten War.” Read More

  • Anthem Buys City Lot For Data Storage

    HARRISONBURG — America’s second-largest health insurer has purchased land in the city for potential expansion of its data capacity. Read More

  • Valley Pols Push Through Legislation

    HARRISONBURG — Central Valley lawmakers marked successes and failures during this year’s General Assembly regular session, which ended Friday. Read More

  • Patchwork Philanthropy

    ELKTON — East Rockingham High School students are using their sewing skills for a good cause. Read More

  • Loss Of Heat, Water Closes Stores

    HARRISONBURG — Due to ongoing maintenance issues, at least three downtown businesses have been without heat or running water for nearly a week. Read More

  • Park Service Sues Landowner For 2011 Fire

    HARRISONBURG — The federal government has filed a civil complaint against a Warren County man seeking to recoup costs involved in fighting a 1,700-acre fire four years ago in Shenandoah National Park. Read More

  • Wilt, Gilbert Gun Bill Moves To Gov.’s Desk

    HARRISONBURG — An effort by two Valley legislators to restore firearm ownership rights to previously convicted felons cleared the state Senate on Monday. Read More

  • 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


  • A Sneak Peek?

    HARRISONBURG – When it came to addressing the “elephant in the room” entering today’s game against James Madison, Hofstra basketball coach Joe Mihalich was anything but coy. Read More

  • Late Addition: JMU To Play SMU This Season

    HARRISONBURG — Everett Withers has made no secret about his willingness to schedule FBS opponents. Read More


    HARRISONBURG – After all was said and done, the accomplishment in question was an “afterthought” in the locker room, according to James Madison women’s basketball coach Kenny Brooks. Read More

  • Page’s Big Upset

    HARRISONBURG – When the Conference 35 boys’ basketball tournament was cancelled after the first round due to weather postponements, fourth-seeded Page County High School barely advanced, beating Madison County 58-53 in the quarterfinals. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    SALEM – Junior forward Jess Rheinheimer scored 29 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Eastern Mennonite University to a 77-66 win over Bridgewater in the quarterfinals of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference women’s basketball tournament on Friday. Read More

  • JMU Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh to beat Quinnipiac 7-2 in a non-conference college baseball game Friday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

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