• #1 - UPDATE 8:15: HPD Confirms JMU Student Death Investigation
  • #2 - Property Transfers
  • #3 - Building Permits
  • #4 - Mental Health In Focus At Jail
  • #5 - Farmers Market To Open In Flea Market Building


  • New: Harrisonburg Park Jam To Be Held April 17
  • Breaking Even
  • Goodbye, Old Friend
  • Wild And Scenic



  • UPDATE 8:15: HPD Confirms JMU Student Death Investigation

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg police offered few new details Saturday regarding the death of a 20-year-old female James Madison University student, but confirmed the department is investigating. Read More

  • Campaign Cash Pours Into Valley Races

    HARRISONBURG — The run-up to November’s election will come with an increasing number of political signs, ads and brochures. Read More

  • Mental Health In Focus At Jail

    HARRISONBURG — On the day after Christmas, Shannon Smith was desperate. Read More

  • Rock St. Bridge Repair Starts

    HARRISONBURG — The construction process to replace a bridge on West Rock Street began this week and will keep the roadway shut down until early September. Read More

  • Wheelchair Station New At Caverns

    The Grand Caverns Signature 5K Race will hold a dedication of an outdoor, wheelchair-accessible fitness station today at Grand Caverns Park in Grottoes. Read More

  • Gala A Hit For HEF

    HARRISONBURG — Celebrating City Public Schools’ diversity proved successful for the Harrisonburg Education Foundation’s fourth annual gala Friday. Read More

  • Ability Games Level Playing Field

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison University’s Convocation Center was bustling Friday with families bowling, hula-hooping and dancing to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.” Read More

  • Friends, Family Recall ‘Renaissance Woman’

    HARRISONBURG — Louise Levinson apparently either never received the memo about the glass ceiling or just opted to ignore it. Read More

  • Shenandoah County Parents: Fund Schools

    WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County parents, teachers and students turned out in force Thursday night, protesting the Board of Supervisors’ proposal to give the school division about $2 million less than requested in next year’s budget. Read More

  • Missing Edinburg Woman Found Safe

    An Edinburg woman who was reported missing Wednesday was found safe near her home Thursday. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: A Lo-o-o-ng Time Coming

    TIMBERVILLE — The display board outside that gives the hours for the Main Street Diner hides from public knowledge just how much work is being done inside. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: Randy’s Does Its Best

    Since 2001, Randy’s Do-It-Best Hardware has provided the know-how on the leaky and whatever else to innumerable customers, many repeat ones, in the Food Lion shopping center. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Of Substance And Style

    It’s said that you’re focused on fun in your 20s, money in your 30s and 40s, status in your 50s and 60s, and health beyond. This is probably overly simplistic to the point of being largely untrue. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Approaching A Boom Time

    HARRISONBURG — Baby boomers have changed the world, and they’re about to begin reshaping and redefining retirement living. Read More


  • Nice Surprise

    HARRISONBURG —Lauren Okafor said she was walking to her car following the James Madison women’s basketball banquet Thursday night when calls and text messages began to stream in. Read More

  • Knights Win Pitchers’ Duel

    HARRISONBURG —Lauren Okafor said she was walking to her car following the James Madison women’s basketball banquet Thursday night when calls and text messages began to stream in. Read More

  • Cory’s Path From The Cavs To ESPN

    HARRISONBURG – Before signing a two-year contract with ESPN in October, college basketball analyst Cory Alexander was a star in his own right on the hardwood. Read More

  • W&M Routs Madison, 17-7

    WILLIAMSBURG – Junior first baseman Charley Gould went 5-for-6 with two doubles and three RBIs to lead William & Mary to a 17-7 win over James Madison in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball game Friday. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    FISHERSVILLE – Senior right-hander Shannon Cross threw a one-hitter, striking out five batters, as East Rockingham High School defeated Wilson Memorial 1-0 in a Shenandoah District baseball game Friday. Read More

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