• #1 - Man Dies In Fiery Crash
  • #2 - Valley Businesswoman Makes Return White House Visit
  • #3 - Creating A ‘Safe Church’
  • #4 - Republican Party Gets Down To Business
  • #5 - High School Roundup


  • A Ringside View
  • Residents Give Back
  • Shamed By The Struggle?
  • ‘Fun-Raising And Fundraising’


  • NEW: Small Group Protests Trump At RPV

    When James Madison University students heard rumors of presidential hopeful Donald’s Trump’s possible visit to the Republican Party of Virginia convention today, the signed up by the hundreds to protest. Read More

  • NEW: Day Two Of RPV Underway

    The second day of the Republican Party of Virginia convention is underway at the James Madison University Convocation Center. Read More

  • Republican Party Gets Down To Business

    HARRISONBURG — Thousands of Republican faithful from across the state have made their way to the Friendly City for the Republican Party of Virginia’s Quadrennial Convention. Read More

  • Creating A ‘Safe Church’

    HARRISONBURG — Knowing what it’s like being sexually abused as a child, Diane Bayer keeps a constant watch on how adults interact with children at Muhlenberg Lutheran Church. Read More

  • Man Dies In Fiery Crash

    LACEY SPRING — A single-vehicle crash in Rockingham County southwest of Lacey Spring on Friday afternoon claimed the life of the driver. Read More

  • Legislation Would Aid Virginia’s Rural Hospitals

    HARRISONBURG — Hospitals serving rural areas of the state, including Sentara RMH Medical Center, may get some financial assistance if Congress passes legislation sponsored by Virginia’s two U.S. senators. Read More

  • Rocky Mt. Fire Now Contained

    HARRISONBURG — At 6 p.m. Friday, the entire 105 miles of the Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park were scheduled to reopen to the public following nearly two weeks of closures because of the Rocky Mount fire. Read More

  • Fore’ward Progress

    HARRISONBURG — The First Tee of Harrisonburg is taking its first steps toward expansion. Read More

  • Valley Businesswoman Makes Return White House Visit

    HARRISONBURG — Jenny French is learning her way around the White House. Read More

  • Shenandoah County OKs $60.4M Budget

    WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors passed the county’s fiscal 2017 budget, which takes effect July 1, and tax rate after reversing several decisions it made during Tuesday’s meeting. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Markets Take On Different Meanings

    HARRISONBURG — Hundreds of people are flocking to the Harrisonburg Farmers Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays to pick up fresh food grown by their neighbors, and similar markets will open in the coming weeks in communities up and down the Shenandoah Valley. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: Congratulations — It’s A Beautiful New Location

    When Andrea and I realized we were going to have our first child we had a relatively clear vision of our parenting rules. After he was born, everything was documented, sanitized and organized. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Creating Formal Hierarchy Key To Business Success

    Hierarchy is essential. That’s the clear message in an article appearing in the March issue of HR Magazine. Much of the organizational literature devoted to downsizing has touted the elimination of top-down structure, particularly because it reduces bureaucracy and speeds decision-making. Read More

  • Video: Rosined and Ready

    NEW MARKET — People play at a weekly Friday night bluegrass jam session at the New Market Community Center, which is hosted by the New Market Banjo and Fiddle Club. Read More


  • Call For Hall

    HARRISONBURG — Don Lemish, the commissioner of the Valley Baseball League, knows about preserving history. Read More

  • Knights Rally In Extras

    BROADWAY — Before this season started, the Turner Ashby High School softball players wrote down words and phrases that they believed defined their team on softballs. Read More

  • Traditional QB Plan

    HARRISONBURG —Bridgewater College’s unconventional two-quarterback system paid off in 2014. Read More

  • Eagles Stay Alive

    LYNCHBURG – Sophomore designated hitter Chris King delivered a go-ahead, three-run double with two outs in the top of the ninth inning as part of a six-run rally, and Bridgewater College beat Virginia Wesleyan 8-5 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference elimination baseball game Friday at City Stadium. Read More

  • Shaheen Lifts EMU

    SALEM – Freshman center fielder Tiffani Shaheen’s two-out walkoff RBI single lifted Eastern Mennonite University to a 3-2 win over Guilford in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference softball tournament game Friday at the Moyer Sports Complex. Read More

  • High School Roundup

    SHENANDOAH — Sophomore left fielder Reagan Ream went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs to lead East Rockingham High School to an 11-6 win over defending Virginia High School League 2A state champion Page County in a Shenandoah District softball game Friday in Shenandoah. Read More

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