• #1 - NEW: Two Injured In WhiteWave Foods Water-pipe Explosion
  • #2 - UPDATE: City Man Defrauded Investors Out Of $1.2 Million
  • #3 - JMU Buys Nearby Houses
  • #4 - NEW: City Man Admits To Role In Sex-Trafficking Ring
  • #5 - Bourne: No Decision On I-A


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  • Stephen Bennett To Perform At Court Square Theater
  • Upcoming Eastern Mennonite Events Promote Peace



  • NEW: Judge Sentences Man To Two Decades In Prison For Drug Death

    A city man will serve 20 years in federal prison for supplying heroin to a Harrisonburg man who died of an overdose in 2011. Read More

  • NEW: Birdsong Says Withers Blocking Schools

    HARRISONBURG — Michael Birdsong said Thursday that James Madison football coach Everett Withers is now blocking his transfer to Appalachian State, Charlotte, Liberty and Old Dominion after they agreed the former JMU quarterback would only be blocked from transferring to Colonial Athletic Association schools. Read More

  • NEW: Arts Council Director Steps Down

    The Arts Council of the Valley director Ragan McManus stepped down last week. Read More

  • NEW: Luray Man Admits To New Market Store Break-in

    One of three Page County men charged in connection with a rash of break-ins and vehicle thefts in three counties pleaded guilty Wednesday in Shenandoah County Circuit Court. Read More

  • NEW: Two Injured In WhiteWave Foods Water-pipe Explosion

    Two people were injured during water-piple explosion at a construction site at WhiteWave Foods in Mount Crawford this morning. Read More

  • NEW: City Man Admits To Role In Sex-Trafficking Ring

    A Harrisonburg man charged in connection with to a sex-trafficking ring pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg. Read More

  • UPDATE: City Man Defrauded Investors Out Of $1.2 Million

    A Harrisonburg man accused of defrauding more than a dozen investors out of at least $1.2 million epleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg. Read More

  • Salvation Army Reaches Goal

    HARRISONBURG — The short-term prospects of the local Salvation Army chapter are looking positive. Read More

  • Jobless Rate Inching Up

    HARRISONBURG — Unemployment in the Harrisonburg metro area inched up in February along with much of the Valley. Read More

  • HHS Grows Mentorship Program

    HARRISONBURG — It took Harrisonburg High School Principal Tracy Shaver quite a few years before he figured out what he wanted to do with his life. Read More

  • Edinburg Man Indicted On Capital Murder Charge

    WOODSTOCK — A Shenandoah County grand jury indicted an Edinburg man accused of killing an elderly woman last spring. Read More

  • Soliciting Case Ends In Guilty Plea

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man accused of attempting to solicit a 14-year-old girl, who actually was an undercover officer, pleaded guilty Monday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Read More

  • Tax Hike Proposal Draws Vocal Crowd

    WOODSTOCK — Nearly everyone seemed to agree that Shenandoah County Public Schools’ teachers deserve raises: The question of how to pay for it was the sticking point. Read More

  • JMU Cadets Qualify For Prestigious Sandhurst Competition

    HARRISONBURG — They accounted themselves well. Read More

  • JMU Buys Nearby Houses

    HARRISONBURG — The James Madison University board of visitors approved purchases totaling nearly $1 million at its Friday board meeting. Read More

  • City Tea Party Separates From Shenandoah Valley Organization

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg chapter of the Shenandoah Valley Tea Party Patriots has determined it’s ready to be on its own. Read More

  • Page ‘Opts In’ On Stormwater

    SHENANDOAH — They opted for local control. Read More

  • HPD Seeks Credit Card Thieves

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg police are seeking three suspects accused of stealing a credit card and later using it at two businesses. Read More

  • Deputies: Truck May Be Linked To Robbery

    The Page County Sheriff’s Office is on the lookout for a 1980s model dark blue Chevy S10 pickup that may belong to a suspect in Monday morning’s bank robbery in Luray. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: Bank Stands The Test Of Time

    Farmers & Merchants Bank doesn’t see itself as just a financial institution. An integral part of its work in the community is education, according to Dean Withers, president and chief executive officer of the Timberville-based bank. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: ‘Steady Growth’ Ahead

    Timberville Town Manager Austin C. Garber recently took some time with the Daily News-Record to talk about the town, its challenges and its future. Garber, a Timberville native who lives in Fulks Run, has served as the town manager for a decade. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Poultry Pioneers

    HARRISONBURG — The formula that adds up to Virginia’s first organic commercial poultry processing plant has a lot of “1s” in it. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Agritourism Law To Go Into Effect July 1

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia farmers will have more flexibility and freedom to hold various activities on their farms under a new agritourism law that will take effect July 1. Read More

  • Video: Bowhunters of Rockingham Youth


  • Bourne: No Decision On I-A

    HARRISONBURG — On a confusing day concerning James Madison University’s plans to perhaps switch conferences, athletic director Jeff Bourne said Wednesday that the school has made no decision regarding a move to Division I-A. Read More

  • Dukes Softball Sweeps UNC

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison sophomore Jailyn Ford had it all working Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

  • EMHS Girls Soccer Looks Strong

    HARRISONBURG — When Jason Capps took over as coach of the Eastern Mennonite High School girls’ soccer team for the 2009 season, the first thing he wrote on a board for the players to see was a challenge of sorts: “state championship.” Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — Junior catcher Chris Whitelow went 3-for-4 with a double and four RBIs and the Blue Streaks sent eight batters to the plate in a four-run sixth inning as Harrisonburg beat Page County 13-11 in a high school baseball game Wednesday at HHS. Read More


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