• #1 - Light Rain Predicted For Rest of Weekend
  • #2 - JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20
  • #3 - Stormwater Fee Starting
  • #4 - Putin Can Use The Next 16 Months
  • #5 - Sorority Dedicates October To Breast Cancer Fight


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  • Light Rain Predicted For Rest of Weekend

    Residents can rest a little easier Sunday as the Valley seems to have dodged the worst of Hurricane Joaquin. The National Weather Service in Sterling said Harrisonburg would probably not get more than a tenth of an inch of rain Saturday night, with temperatures in the lower 50s, 40s in the mountains. Read More

  • JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20

  • Near Miss? Hurricane Moves Out To Sea

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg’s flash flood warning may be ending this morning but rain associated with Hurricane Joaquin is expected to continue throughout the Valley this weekend. Read More

  • Classic Cuts

    HARRISONBURG — To those unfamiliar with Tyrone Sprague, the two neon OPEN signs shining above downtown Harrisonburg offer a compelling mystery. Read More

  • Electrical Short Cause of Body Shop Fire

    HARRISONBURG — A short in an exhaust fan sparked a midday fire at an automobile body shop in the city’s north end Friday. Read More

  • Choir Swings Into Orioles Game

    ELKTON — Singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” in public can be nerve-racking for some, but East Rockingham High School’s choir isn’t worried. Read More

  • Dog Slasher Convicted

    HARRISONBURG — A city man accused of slashing his dog’s neck was convicted Thursday of a misdemeanor in Rockingham County General District Court. Read More

  • Drop Seen In Enrollment

    A freeze in discretionary spending within Shenandoah County Public Schools has led to a parent advocacy group voicing its support for teachers whose supply budgets are feeling the pinch. Read More

  • Light Bulb Shines For Students At Energy Challenge

    QUICKSBURG — About 100 North Fork Middle School sixth-graders are on notice to figure out how to harness alternative energy following a challenge from Shenandoah County’s superintendent on Friday. Read More

  • Stormwater Fee Starting

    HARRISONBURG — City residents will receive an additional charge twice a year starting this month. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: Three More Things I Think ... I Think

    Maybe I’ve been too hard on pundits. Through the three-quarter mark of the year, I have had seven shareable thoughts. Four were provided in the previous article and three you will soon read. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Home-Health Care Business Rising

    HARRISONBURG — As the nation grays, house calls are coming back in style. Read More


  • Schedule and Scores

  • EMU Beats Roanoke, 1-0

    SALEM – Junior striker Juan Luna scored a goal in the 40th minute as Eastern Mennonite University blanked Roanoke 1-0 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference men’s college soccer game Friday. Read More

  • It’s Back To Business

    HARRISONBURG — Attention from ESPN, Sports Illustrated and NBC Sports have made the week after James Madison’s dramatic 48-45 win over SMU anything but normal. Read More

  • Up Next: ODAC

    BRIDGEWATER – The Bridgewater College football team begins the Old Dominion Athletic Conference portion of its schedule today, and longtime Eagles coach Michael Clark says his group still has much to prove. Read More

  • A New Season Nears, And Dukes Are Optimistic

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison junior forward Yohanny Dalembert is relying on a new mode of transportation these days, and its name is Yoshi. Read More

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