• #1 - City Bridge Gets $1.7M Replacement
  • #2 - TA Edges Blazers
  • #3 - Madison: The Baylor Of FCS
  • #4 - It’s Time For Chrisitians To Shine
  • #5 - Bridgewater To Consider College Loan


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  • City Bridge Gets $1.7M Replacement

    HARRISONBURG — The city is beginning its next major road project — the replacement of a heavily-traveled 45-year-old bridge. Read More

  • Diving For Dollars

    HARRISONBURG — Less than 20 minutes after leaving her doctor’s office for a checkup, 80-year-old Alva Bible had a renewed confidence about her skydiving plans. Read More

  • Boys & Girls Clubs Recognizes Supporters

    HARRISONBURG — Children look up to all sorts of fictional superheroes. Read More

  • STEM Fair Returning

    BRIDGEWATER — After what organizers called a successful event last year, Share Fair Nation is returning to Bridgewater College on Saturday. Read More

  • Bridgewater To Consider College Loan

    BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater residents are invited to voice their opinions on a proposal by the town’s Industrial Development Authority to issue up to $4 million in bonds to Bridgewater College. Read More

  • HFD Highlights Dangers For Fire Prevention Week

    HARRISONBURG — A charred upright piano sits in front of two tables full of burnt teddy bears, melted VHS tapes and blackened furniture in the Valley Mall. Read More

  • Library Makes History Digital

    EDINBURG — October is National Archives Month, and the Shenandoah County Library kicked off the celebration by digitizing historical documents brought in by the public on Saturday. Read More

  • Fall Colors On The Way

  • Video: One Note At A Time

    Adults learn how to play the piano. Read More

  • JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20

    It was not a pleasant week for James Madison football coach Everett Withers. 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


  • TA Edges Blazers

    HARRISONBURG — It appeared Spotswood High School’s football team was going to escape its own demons. Read More

  • Madison: The Baylor Of FCS

    HARRISONBURG — Despite the first 5-0 start in the program’s 44-year history and an offense on a record pace, the James Madison football team hasn’t been perfect. Read More

  • Streak Doesn’t Advance

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg High School golf coach Mike Ruckman said he worries about a golfer’s first drive in a big tournament. Read More

  • EMHS Wins, 3-0, In Volleyball

    LYNCHBURG – Junior middle hitter Caty Melendez had six kills, seven digs, 15 attacks and two blocks to lead Eastern Mennonite High School past Virginia Episcopal 25-12, 25-22, 25-19 Monday in a Blue Ridge Conference volleyball game. Read More

  • JMU Beats Stony Brook, 38-20

    It was not a pleasant week for James Madison football coach Everett Withers. Read More

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