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  • #1 - Truck Spills Chicken On Vine
  • #2 - April Fools’ Artist Strikes Again
  • #3 - Traffic Jam
  • #4 - Gunfire Hits City House
  • #5 - FBI Link Focus Of Motions In Dry River Store Slaying Case

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  • NEW: Va. Senator Gets Islamic State Threats

    RICHMOND (AP) — A Virginia state senator says the state's Capitol Police have alerted him to a threat against him by the Islamic State. Read More

  • NEW: City Dog Park Reopens

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation Department has reopened the Smithland Road Dog Park, the city announced today. Read More

  • NEW: Three Charged After Woodstock Drug Bust

    HARRISONBURG — Shenandoah County law enforcement arrested three people and seized heroin valued at about $8,000 in Woodstock on Monday night. Read More

  • HOMETOWN BASYE: Recovery Comes With A Cup Of Joe

    BASYE — Justin Franich, executive director of the Shenandoah Valley Teen Challenge, referred to Matthew 20:26 when talking about the mind-set of Basye’s newest coffeehouse, Redeeming Beans Café. “If you want to be great, you have to be among the least,” he said. Read More

  • HOMETOWN MT. JACKSON: Festive Floats Await Visitors

    Upon arriving at American Celebration on Parade, visitors are greeted by a 40-foot-tall fiberglass Statue of Liberty standing outside. Read More

  • City School Board Seeking Replacement

    HARRISONBURG — With a Harrisonburg School Board seat being vacated Thursday, the remaining members of the panel are considering how to find his replacement. Read More

  • Residents Petition For Fleming’s Reinstatement

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

  • April Fools’ Artist Strikes Again

    MONTEZUMA — The newest cow on Mike Showalter’s farm is causing quite a stir. Read More

  • Truck Spills Chicken On Vine

    HARRISONBURG — A tractor-trailer carrying raw chicken overturned Tuesday morning on Vine Street, leading to a somewhat bloody — and equally smelly — mess. Read More

  • FBI Link Focus Of Motions In Dry River Store Slaying Case

    HARRISONBURG — Attorneys for the suspect in the February 2014 slaying at Dry River Store have continued their pursuit of information on a co-defendant as they build a case for their client heading into trial this fall. Read More

  • Gunfire Hits City House

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

  • Prescription For Blacks Run

    HARRISONBURG — Trey Jarrels’ version of Dumpster diving involves water. Read More

  • SOL Retesting Open To All

    HARRISONBURG — New rules for Standard of Learning assessments are generating mixed emotions among city and county educators. 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

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • ‘Understudies’

    HARRISONBURG – Shortly after the James Madison women’s basketball team’s season ended this month in a first-round NCAA Tournament loss to Ohio State in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Dukes coach Kenny Brooks – when asked to look ahead – said his program will be ushering in perhaps its best group of incoming recruits next fall. Read More

  • Big 2nd Inning Lifts TA

    FORT DEFIANCE — The Turner Ashby High School baseball team didn’t have its best day at the plate Tuesday. Read More

  • Dukes Lose At Longwood

    FARMVILLE — Junior center fielder Colton Konvicka went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and a home run as Longwood edged James Madison 10-9 in a non-conference college baseball Tuesday. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    STAUNTON — Senior midfielder Allie Sawyer finished with one goal and one assist to lead Broadway High School to a 2-0 victory over R.E. Lee in a Valley District girls’ soccer game Tuesday at Gypsy Hill Park. Read More

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