• #1 - Hack May Compromise 2,800 JMU Workers’ Data
  • #2 - Shooting Leads To Meth Bust
  • #3 - Big Loss For JMU?
  • #4 - Gun Control Effort Under Fire
  • #5 - City Native Made Mark On History


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  • NEW: Sentara RMH Named Magnet Hospital

    HARRISONBURG — A four-year journey for the Sentara RMH Medical Center is complete, as the hospital on Friday was named a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Around 70 nurses and other hospital staff gathered in a conference room to hear the announcement via conference call from ANCC representative Dr. Deborah Zimmerman, telling the audience “You’re an organization dedicated to quality.” Read More

  • Valley Reacts To Obama Move

    HARRISONBURG — Reactions to the announcement that the United States would restore diplomatic relations with Cuba after nearly 54 years have been mixed from Valley residents with ties to the communist nation. Read More

  • Human Smuggler Sentenced

    HARRISONBURG — A Houston man will serve 15 months in prison for trafficking undocumented immigrants through the United States. Read More

  • Gun Control Effort Under Fire

    HARRISONBURG — Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s new gun control proposals have gotten a frosty reception from several Shenandoah Valley firearms dealers. Read More

  • Hack May Compromise 2,800 JMU Workers’ Data

    HARRISONBURG — Personal information for about 2,800 current and former James Madison University employees may have been compromised in a hacking incident, the university announced Thursday. Read More

  • Shooting Leads To Meth Bust

    HARRISONBURG — The Page County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shooting in Stanley early Thursday and charged a town resident with malicious wounding and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. Read More

  • City Native Made Mark On History

    HARRISONBURG — While Virginia may be for lovers, the state has decided to recognize Harrisonburg as the home of a historic Love. Read More

  • Santa Makes Special Delivery

    HARRISONBURG — Santa Claus was in town Thursday night, and he made a special visit to the annual Mercy House Christmas party to bring gifts to the shelter’s children. Read More

  • Skyline Club Aids The Infirm

    HARRISONBURG — The holidays are about to become a little brighter for those stuck in the hospital, thanks to the Skyline Middle School Builders Club. Read More

  • Upon Reflection

  • Shenandoah Valley Business Journal: 10 Under 40

    Throughout the fall, we asked members of the community to nominate up-and-coming business people. After whittling the list of nearly 40 nominees down to just 10 names, we present the winners. Read More


  • Big Loss For JMU?

    HARRISONBURG — Talented young coaches are always a hot commodity. James Madison football coach Everett Withers now knows that all too well. Read More

  • Just Spell It W-i-n-n-e-r

    HARRISONBURG – Maybe people will finally learn to spell Kyle Rochefort’s last name correctly on high school wrestling bracket sheets. Read More

  • JMU Soccer’s Lofton Named All-ECAC

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison senior defender Sam Lofton was named a first-team, all-ECAC women’s soccer performer Thursday. Read More

  • Allaband All-ECAC In Field Hockey

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison senior back Dana Allaband was named a second-team all-ECAC field hockey performer Thursday. Read More

  • TA Girls Win, 67-42

    FORT DEFIANCE — Junior guard Kierstin Roadcap scored 16 points to lead Turner Ashby High School past Fort Defiance 67-42 in a Valley District girls’ basketball game Thursday. Read More

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  • Fort Beats Buzzer

    BRIDGEWATER — Turner Ashby star guard James Sullivan sent the home crowd into a frenzy with six seconds left when he hit a deep 3-pointer to tie the game against Fort Defiance High School. Read More

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