• #1 - Man Accused Of Child Abuse
  • #2 - ‘Iron Man Of Rockingham’
  • #3 - Property Transfers
  • #4 - Charges Dropped In Pilfered Meat Case
  • #5 - Butterflies Find Temporary Home At Rockingham Farm


  • Valley Fourth: Schedule of Events
  • Fireworks, Patriotism And A Parade
  • Weeding The Garden
  • A Taste Of Farm Life



  • ‘Iron Man Of Rockingham’

    HARRISONBURG — When Joe Paxton first walked into County Administrator Bill O’Brien’s office in January 1978, Rockingham County was almost like a different place than it is today. Read More

  • Man Accused Of Child Abuse

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg police arrested a city man accused of severely injuring his child. Read More

  • Charges Dropped In Pilfered Meat Case

    HARRISONBURG — Prosecutors dropped the case against a Capital Meats driver accused of stealing meat and cash. Read More

  • Shenandoah County Fire Chief Hanging Up His Helmet

    Shenandoah County’s fire and rescue chief will step down on Sept. 1 after leading the department for 14 years. Read More

  • Lights, Camera, Action!

    WEYERS CAVE — Eleven-year-old Danielle Hall didn’t have to wait for Halloween to pretend to be someone else. Read More

  • Butterflies Find Temporary Home At Rockingham Farm

    HARRISONBURG — Eight-year-old Amelia Bowman loves butterflies. Read More

  • Mount Jackson Woman Faces Meth Charges

    A Mount Jackson woman was arrested Monday on allegations she operated a methamphetamine lab outside of town last year. Read More

  • BUSINESS LAW: Would You Pay More To Have Someone Pick Up Your Shirts?

    I used to think of the independent contractor as a person with a special skill. If I were hiring one, it would be because that person could do things I couldn’t do and do them more quickly and better. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: The Tragedies And Student Housing

    He was respected among his peers, well read, and filled with high thoughts encouraged by the philosophy he studied. He was honest, kind, and patriotic. In short, he was a good man but he also was a man who killed his friend. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Home Renovations On An Upswing

    HARRISONBURG — When the housing bubble burst, the spigot didn’t just turn off on new construction. 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


  • JMU Short Of Goal

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison’s target date to complete fundraising for its proposed new 8,500-seat basketball arena is nearing, and the school is still over $6 million short of reaching its $12 million goal. Read More

  • Dean Gets $20K Raise

    HARRISONBURG — Mickey Dean said he went into negotiations for a new five-year deal with James Madison not really “expecting or hoping.” Read More

  • No More ‘Lovable Loser’

    BRIDGEWATER — Mike Hendricksen’s three young daughters walked up to him shortly before he received the Harrisonburg Tennis Patrons tournament men’s singles trophy and one, in a way, pointed out his hard work. Read More

  • Lakeview Amateur Begins Today

    HARRISONBURG — Grady Ruckman, the 2015 Lakeview Amateur champion, says he’s only played golf five times this year. His last outing was six days ago. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison junior golfer Ryan Cole was named to the Honorable Mention PING All-America team, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced this week. Read More

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