• #1 - At BRCC, Learning Can Be Fun
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  • #3 - More Weddings In The Works
  • #4 - Court’s Marriage Decision No Surprise
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  • City Man Gets 12 Years For Child Porn

    HARRISONBURG — A Harrisonburg man will spend the next dozen years in prison after a judge sentenced him Tuesday on 50 charges of possessing child pornography. Read More

  • Melding Music And Movement

    HARRISONBURG — If people near James Madison University’s East Campus thought they heard the rattling of about 90 drums Tuesday afternoon, it’s not because they have tinnitus. Read More

  • Man Slashed With Knife By Brother

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg police say a man was slashed by a knife during a fight with his brother Monday night. Read More

  • Rockingham County Board Rejects Motocross Appeal

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Board of Zoning Appeals rejected an appeal Tuesday from Doug and Michelle Harper to continue operating the motocross track on their property. Read More

  • Valley Man Hurt Rescuing Pets From Fire

    HARRISONBURG — A man was hospitalized Tuesday after rushing into a burning mobile home to rescue nearly a dozen pets, according to Rockingham County Fire and Rescue officials. Read More

  • Panel Oks Industrial Site Annex

    The Mount Jackson Planning Commission voted unanimously Monday to recommend that nearly 600 acres outside the town be annexed for use in a proposed industrial site. Read More

  • At BRCC, Learning Can Be Fun

    WEYERS CAVE — In a classroom Tuesday at Blue Ridge Community College, children were swapping wires and microchips left and right. Read More

  • Officials Get Update On Stormwater Program

    WOODSTOCK — About 20 administrators and lawmakers from the northern Shenandoah Valley discussed stormwater regulations and economic development at the Virginia Association of Counties regional meeting in Woodstock on Monday. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Blazing New Trails In The Valley

    HARRISONBURG — To say that all trails lead to Back Home on the Farm would be a gross overstatement. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: 1,122 Words About Asphalt

    In July, a group of officials is expected to gather to cut a ribbon in celebration of the opening of 6.1 miles of pavement. The Southeast Connector creates a link among every commercial corridor from Va. 42 to Spotswood Trail and stands as a largely overlooked and underestimated infrastructure change. Read More


  • D2 Power

    HARRISONBURG – As a prep baseball player at Fairmont High School in North Carolina, New Market Rebels pitcher Alex Britt found success by keeping things simple. Read More

  • ‘The Guys Got A Little Swagger’

    HARRISONBURG – Small ball worked Tuesday for the Turks. Read More

  • Six Turks All-Stars

    HARRISONBURG – Six players from the Harrisonburg Turks were named to the Valley Baseball League’s South All-Star team Tuesday: Read More

  • Shockers Blank Reds, 5-0, In RCBL

    BRIDGEWATER – Matt Copley tossed seven shutout innings as New Market blanked Bridgewater 5-0 in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Tuesday at Ray Heatwole Field. Read More

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