• #1 - JMU Bars Boozing For Greeks
  • #2 - Elkton Man Gets 5 Years For Solicitation
  • #3 - DN-R Leadership Awards Committee Named
  • #4 - Area Roundup
  • #5 - Synthetic Drug Wave Continues


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  • JMU Bars Boozing For Greeks

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison University has informed fraternities and sororities that alcohol is prohibited at their events through the end of the semester after a series of incidents, including the apparent alcohol poisoning death of a sophomore. Read More

  • ‘Left Out Of History’

    FARMVILLE — In 1951, Barbara Rose Johns was a 16-year-old junior at the all-black Robert Russa Moton High School in Farmville. Like many segregated schools of the era, Moton was inferior to the schools attended by white children. Read More

  • DN-R Leadership Awards Committee Named

    HARRISONBURG — The 2015 Daily News-Record Leadership Awards Committee has begun its work, holding its first meeting Thursday to interview candidates for the annual awards. Read More

  • Poultry Interests Keep Watchful Eye On Bird Flu

    HARRISONBURG — The long shadow that 2002 cast on Virginia poultry farmers is expected to prove beneficial if avian influenza finds its way into their chicken and turkey houses. Read More

  • Synthetic Drug Wave Continues

    HARRISONBURG — A city man arrested in downtown Harrisonburg on Wednesday afternoon was high on synthetic marijuana, police say, making his situation one of the more public displays of the effects of a drug that’s striking communities nationwide. Read More

  • Elkton Man Gets 5 Years For Solicitation

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday for soliciting sex from an underage girl who turned out to be an undercover Staunton Police Department officer. Read More

  • State Commission Town Hall Pushes Cyber Security

    HARRISONBURG — In cyber security, trust is a necessary evil. As Vernon McCandlish, a malware analyst for General Electric Co. said to a group of professors, industry representatives and students at James Madison University Friday, “we have to have a certain level of trust to be able to do our business.” Read More

  • School Gone, Not Forgotten

    DAYTON — Although he never attended Shenandoah Conservatory of Music, Wilmer Kerns, 82, was allowed to play trombone in the orchestra, having already taken music lessons at the college while still in high school. Read More

  • Confederate Heritage Events Set For Monday

    HARRISONBURG — Two events are on tap in the city on Monday for Confederate Heritage and History Month. Read More

  • Mount Crawford Man Charged With Making Threat

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a Mount Crawford man Friday afternoon on a felony count of making a bomb threat. Read More

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: Skyline Literacy Improves Lives

    HARRISONBURG — Elizabeth Girvan did not expect to leave her career as a court reporter to help lead a literacy-focused nonprofit. Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: All Trails Lead Through City

    HARRISONBURG — As Harrisonburg continues to plan new shared-use biking and walking trails throughout the city, Parks and Recreation Director Lee Foerster said residents seem to be pleased with the work so far. Read More

  • HOMETOWN HARRISONBURG: Making Points In The Paint

    HARRISONBURG — Three blocks away from the park that bears his and his son’s names, Ralph Sampson Sr. lives in the same house on Myrtle Street he’s called home for four decades. 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


  • A Sneak Peek

    HARRISONBURG — Last spring, James Madison football coach Everett Withers was working to build an identity. One year later, he’s just trying to keep that identity in one piece. Read More

  • Errors Doom BHS Baseball

    BROADWAY – In a season filled with close losses, the Broadway High School baseball team experienced perhaps its most painful setback Friday night against Waynesboro. Read More

  • ERHS Softball Denting The Scoreboard

    ELKTON – East Rockingham High School’s softball team has started flat before and it happened again Friday night against Stuarts Draft. But it was nothing a dent in the scoreboard couldn’t fix. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    LYNCHBURG – Senior third baseman J.J. McDaniel’s one-out, bases-loaded single to left field in the ninth inning to score Billy Arens lifted Shenandoah to a 4-3 win over Bridgewater College in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference baseball tournament game Friday at City Stadium. Read More

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