• #1 - Town Taps Litten & Sipe Once Again
  • #2 - City Awards Contract For Reservoir Street
  • #3 - Dudzik’s Back
  • #4 - Page County Fire Ruled Accidental
  • #5 - Chicken Ordinance Change Possible


  • Fundraiser A Labor Of Love
  • Valentine’s Day: A Not-So-Sweet Celebration
  • BHS Brings Classic Tale To Stage
  • HHS Takes On Intrigue In Egypt



  • The New Normal?

    HARRISONBURG — Pamela Drake vividly recalls the days when stock market movements of 1 percent or more raised eyebrows. Read More

  • Chicken Ordinance Change Possible

    HARRISONBURG — The city’s backyard chicken advocates may soon get what they’re looking for. Read More

  • Training Targets Officers’ Bias

    STAUNTON — Blacks. Whites. Hispanics. Gays. College students. Read More

  • City Awards Contract For Reservoir Street

    HARRISONBURG — The city has awarded a contract for construction on its portion of the Reservoir Street widening project. Read More

  • County Inks Contract For Administrator

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County’s next administrator has a contract. Read More

  • Town Taps Litten & Sipe Once Again

    BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater will, once again, add a member of Litten & Sipe’s legal team to its staff. Read More

  • Page County Fire Ruled Accidental

    HARRISONBURG — A Wednesday afternoon fire that burned a Page County home near Shenandoah began accidentally, according to the Page County Sheriff’s Office. Read More

  • Redistricting Shortsighted For Some Parents

    WOODSTOCK — About 250 Shenandoah County parents and teachers discussed redistricting options for county schools on Wednesday, and some voiced concerns over the effectiveness of the short-term overcrowding solution. Read More

  • Building On STEM

  • NEW: JMU's Cabarkapa Breaks Hand

    HARRISONBURG – The James Madison basketball team’s top bench player could be done for the season. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: Hawksbill Diner Standing The Test Of Time

    STANLEY — Restaurants come and go, some unable to keep up with the economy while others close due to their owner’s retirement. But the Hawksbill Diner at 1388 E. Main St. in Stanley is one place that has stood the test of time. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: Manufacturer Weathers Industry Changes

    SHENANDOAH — At 11 years old, Jeffrey Vaughan swept the floor of the Shenandoah Machine Shop. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Going Green While Going Gray

    HARRISONBURG — Given the choice between living in a regular apartment or the Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community’s first “green” unit, Elizabeth Franks said she and her husband, Don, didn’t hesitate to take the eco-friendly option. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Eating Together Enhances Group Performance

    Such an assertion may seem entirely too simple to be believed. However, research discussed in the December issue of Harvard Business Review indicates that it’s absolutely correct. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: What Drives Value In The Absence Of A Driver?

    I don’t like driving. Like is probably too kind of a word — I abhor driving. Beyond the everyday nuisances like nonsensical traffic lights and slowpokes, aggressive drivers and those who are seemingly confused — driving is frustrating, and in my mind, a terrifically unproductive and wholly inefficient waste of time. Read More


  • Dudzik’s Back

    HARRISONBURG — Drew Dudzik never played in front of 25,000 fans at Bridgeforth Stadium. Read More

  • Curry Hurt In Win

    CHARLESTON, S.C. – With star senior guard Ron Curry sitting at the end of the bench with a towel draped over his head and an ice bag taped over his left knee, James Madison’s basketball team appeared to have little hope of securing a victory Thursday night against College of Charleston. Read More

  • Madison’s ‘Fun’ Forward

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison’s Da’Lishia Griffin is in the best shape of her college basketball career, but the junior forward still likes to treat herself to a cheat meal every now and then. Read More

  • Speedy Knight

    BRIDGEWATER — Michael De La Cruz had to grow up a little bit faster than he wanted to. Read More

  • Schedule & Scores

  • Knights Beat Fort

    BRIDGEWATER — Senior guard Kierstin Roadcap scored 14 points to lead Turner Ashby High School to a 56-28 win over Fort Defiance in a Valley District girls’ basketball game Thursday. Read More

  • 3A West Swimming Roundup

    CHRISTIANSBURG – Turner Ashby High School’s Ella Kasten, Spotswood’s Julia Sheffer and Broadway’s Alyssa Wilberger all took home second-place finishes at Thursday’s 3A West Region swimming meet at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center. Read More

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