• #1 - NEW: Elkton Man Charged With Murder
  • #2 - Cops: Man Killed By Ex’s Beau
  • #3 - UPDATE: Grottoes Woman Charged In Murder Plot
  • #4 - City Firm Seals Deal With FBI
  • #5 - Blue Times At Blue Nile


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  • The Death Of The Friendly Nod
  • Vote For Kelly Rooney And Brent Holsinger
  • Celebrating Centenarians



  • NEW: Suspect In U.Va. Abduction Charged In D.C.-Area Rape

    FAIRFAX (AP) — A man charged with the abduction of a University of Virginia student has been indicted in suburban Washington, D.C., with a 2005 rape, abduction and attempted capital murder. Read More

  • NEW: Police Investigate Possible Murder Near Harrisonburg

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia State Police, the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office and Commonwealth's Attorney Marsha Garst are investigating a possible homicide off Layman Trestle Road, near Keezletown Road. Read More

  • UPDATE: Grottoes Woman Charged In Murder Plot

    HARRISONBURG — Police say a Grottoes woman approached an undercover officer over the weekend with a detailed plot to have more than one person murdered. Read More

  • NEW: Elkton Man Charged With Murder

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man has been charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of another man in Bridgewater Sunday night. Read More

  • Cops: Man Killed By Ex’s Beau

    HARRISONBURG — A domestic dispute led to the shooting death of a man Sunday evening in Bridgewater. Read More

  • NEW: City Parks & Rec Meeting Canceled

    HARRISONBURG — Tonight's meeting of the Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation Commission has been canceled, according to an email from department Director Lee Foerster. Read More

  • City Firm Seals Deal With FBI

    HARRISONBURG — America’s top law enforcement agency has given body armor designed by a city company its seal of approval and will buy up to $30 million of it. Read More

  • Blue Times At Blue Nile

    HARRISONBURG — City music lovers will need to seek out another location where they can find the seemingly odd combination of punk and metal rock and Himbasha bread. Read More

  • City To Open Part Of Trail

    HARRISONBURG — The city will officially blaze its new trail on Wednesday. Read More

  • Sun Setting On Chance To Join Solar Co-Op

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg-area residents may not want to let the sun go down on their chance to join a solar energy cooperative. Read More

  • Police Still Seek Info In Good Case

    HARRISONBURG — It’s been more than a decade since Rachel Good disappeared, but police haven’t stopped looking for the Elkton woman who’s been declared legally dead. Read More

  • One Doggone Good Cause

    BRIDGEWATER — Linda Parsons brought Girly Girl into her life about four years ago, finding the stray foxhound mix after a vehicle apparently struck the dog. Read More

  • Video: WWII Bomber Flight

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: ‘Little Guys’ Take On Big Boxes, Web

    HARRISONBURG — Bob Schurtz remembers the days when checking out his competition would involve only a short car ride and a few minutes of his time. Read More


  • Bonds That Win?

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison’s players are off every Monday during football season. It’s the one day a week entirely theirs, a day they can devote to academics … or whatever they choose. Read More

  • Eagles Fall Short

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Close, but not quite. Read More

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