• #1 - Man Sentenced For Child Porn
  • #2 - Hit-And-Run
  • #3 - Why Mexicans Are Heading Home
  • #4 - Refugee Rally Draws Crowd
  • #5 - Honoring Those Who Give


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  • JMU Beats EMU, 106-74

    HARRISONBURG – The little guys had their moments during Tuesday night’s David-and-Goliath matchup at the Convocation Center, but junior forward Dimitrije Cabarkapa and the James Madison basketball team still managed to take care of business in a big way. Read More

  • NEW: Lee Named CAA Offensive Player Of Year

    In just eight games, James Madison senior quarterback Vad Lee proved he was the best player in the Colonial Athletic Association this season. The Georgia Tech transfer was named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year on Tuesday in a vote by league coaches, despite missing the final three games of the regular season with a broken left foot. Read More

  • Council Eyes School Funding

    HARRISONBURG — City Council has a packed agenda for tonight’s meeting, featuring discussion of several upcoming construction projects, including Harrisonburg’s newest school. Read More

  • Honoring Those Who Give

    HARRISONBURG — When it comes to giving, apparently there’s no company in the area quite like MillerCoors Shenandoah Brewery. Read More

  • Man Sentenced For Child Porn

    HARRISONBURG — A retired James Madison University professor caught with multiple images of child pornography on his computer earlier this year won’t have to spend any time in jail for the offenses. Read More

  • Refugee Rally Draws Crowd

    HARRISONBURG — Rebecca Sprague likens the Syrian refugees of today to the Pilgrims who landed at Cape Cod in 1620. Read More

  • Property Hearings Under Way

    LURAY ― With just less than six weeks till the county’s new real estate assessments take effect, reassessment hearings are under way at the Government Center in Luray. Read More

  • A Towering Task

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg has a new temporary addition to its skyline. For the next month, patrons of businesses at the Ice House complex and those traveling on Liberty Street can view a scale model of the Eiffel Tower jutting above Pale Fire Brewing Co. Read More

  • Peanut Butter As A Medicine?

    HARRISONBURG — Half the ingredients for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich might help combat malnutrition, according to Dr. Thaddeus May. Read More

  • Turner Ashby FFA Teams Place In Competition

    HARRISONBURG — Two teams from Turner Ashby High School earned high marks at the annual National Future Farmers of America Conference last month. Read More

  • Hit-And-Run


  • It's EMU vs ... JMU?

    HARRISONBURG – Eastern Mennonite basketball coach Kirby Dean isn’t going to the Convocation Center tonight with the expectation his inexperienced and undersized Division III team from four miles down the road will knock off James Madison. Read More

  • Dukes Win Easily

    HARRISONBURG — The James Madison women’s basketball team looks at its 90-61 loss at UCLA on Friday as a lesson. Judging by the Dukes’ response Monday night, the lesson got across. Read More

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