• #1 - NEW: Overturned Truck Closes Vine Street
  • #2 - Contractor Faces Fraud Charges
  • #3 - City Man Cuts Deal With Feds Over Meth Conspiracy
  • #4 - County Buys McGaheysville Substation
  • #5 - Rockingham Budget Proposal Includes Tax Hikes


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  • NEW: Gunshots Hit House, City Police Say

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department canvassed the 500 block of Hawkins Street and surrounding areas this afternoon in response to a report of shots fired at a house. Read More

  • NEW: Virginia Gets Federal Waiver On Education Requirements

    RICHMOND (AP) — Virginia will continue to get relief from federal education requirements and No Child Left Behind-era sanctions. 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

  • NEW: Residents Petition For School Official's Return

    HARRISONBURG — A group of city residents is petitioning for Dany Fleming’s reinstatement on the School Board, pending a repeal of the city ordinance that makes him ineligible. Read More

  • NEW: Overturned Truck Closes Vine Street

    HARRISONBURG — City police and fire officials are working to clear Vine Street of an overturned truck and the hazardous contents flowing along the road. Read More

  • Rockingham Budget Proposal Includes Tax Hikes

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County residents could pay higher real estate and personal property taxes this year if the proposed fiscal 2016 budget presented Monday to the Board of Supervisors is approved. Read More

  • Room For Growth

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County herb-growing business was announced Monday as the recipient of $200,000 in state and local funds to fertilize its latest expansion. Read More

  • City Man Cuts Deal With Feds Over Meth Conspiracy

    HARRISONBURG — The federal government has reached a plea agreement with a city man for his role in a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy. Read More

  • County Buys McGaheysville Substation

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County Fire and Rescue responders are moving into new digs this spring. Read More

  • Contractor Faces Fraud Charges

    HARRISONBURG — The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office has charged a Port Republic man with 22 counts, many alleging felony construction fraud. Read More

  • Final Fix For South Main  Break In 2016

    HARRISONBURG — The final touches on repairs to a South Main Street water main break in December won’t occur until 2016. Read More

  • Prison Chief Pitches Sugar Grove Plan

    BRANDYWINE, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Corrections envisions a women’s prison holding up to 620 inmates at Sugar Grove’s soon-to-close Navy base. Read More

  • No Cause Yet For Broadway Blaze

    HARRISONBURG — Fire officials said Monday it could be several days before they know what caused an early morning fire Sunday that destroyed The Broadway Auction House and an apartment and damaged a church and two businesses attached to it. Read More

  • HOMETOWN FRANKLIN: School’s Grand Opening On Tap

    FRANKLIN, W.Va. — The new state-of-the-art Franklin Elementary School will hold its grand opening Friday. Read More


    BRANDYWINE, W.Va. — The happy face of her grandfather, Harry Thompson, eyeing his 70th birthday cake really touched specialty baker Linda T. Rexrode. Read More


  • A Court Jester

    HARRISONBURG – When asked to describe Irina Kukolj’s personality, California University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball coach Jess Strom did not hesitate in saying the former Harrisonburg High School standout “is our crazy person.” Read More

  • Withers: Last Season ‘Buried’

    HARRISONBURG — As far as first practices go, James Madison football coach Everett Withers did not rant or rave about his team’s showing Monday. Read More

  • SHS Needs Bats

    PENN LAIRD – Despite being one of the newest Trailblazers, Brandon Liskey was clearly the most vocal during an infield drill Monday at Spotswood High School, barking out encouraging words and yelling the loudest to call off teammates while getting under fly balls near first base. Read More

  • Blue Streaks Start Season 4-1

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Senior right fielder Sam Imeson hit a go-ahead RBI double in the eighth inning to score Kevin Navedo as Harrisonburg High School defeated Albemarle 3-1 in a non-district baseball game Monday. Read More

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