• #1 - NEW: Former Doctor's Office Employee Pleads Guilty
  • #2 - Birdsong Wins Appeal
  • #3 - Man In Sting Case Faces New Charges
  • #4 - B’Water Man Indicted On Meth Charges
  • #5 - City Man Indicted In Burglary Case


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  • School Of Theatre And Dance To Stage ‘Clybourne Park’
  • College To Host Mental Health Awareness Speaker
  • See&Do Briefs



  • NEW: VDOT To Hold Hearing On 6-Year Plan

    The Virginia Department of Transportation’s Staunton District will host a public hearing on its six-year improvement plan at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Read More

  • NEW: Discarded Cigarettes Likely Cause Of Apartment, Restaurant Fires

    Harrisonburg firefighters responded to two fires Wednesday night, both likely a result of cigarettes tossed into mulch piles. Read More

  • NEW: Former Doctor's Office Employee Pleads Guilty

    A former Harrisonburg doctor's office employee accused of using the names of fake patients to obtain prescription painkillers pleaded guilty this morning in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Read More

  • Kizner: Budget Reductions ‘Troublesome’

    HARRISONBURG — If not number crunching, Harrisonburg City Public Schools has some lobbying left to do. Read More

  • Man In Sting Case Faces New Charges

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man who solicited an undercover police officer posing as a 14-year-old now faces additional charges. Read More

  • Pocketbook Predators

    WEYERS CAVE — Kelli Burnett, an assistant commonwealth’s attorney for the city of Richmond, has pinpointed one of the greatest shortcomings of the judicial process. Read More

  • Rockingham Eyes ‘Tough Budget’

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County’s proposed budget for next year doesn’t include higher taxes or fees, but the issue was central to discussion Wednesday during a public hearing on the spending plan. Read More

  • B’Water Man Indicted On Meth Charges

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County grand jury has indicted a Bridgewater man accused of having a mobile methamphetamine lab on South High Street in October. Read More

  • S’Doah Supes OK Real Estate Tax Hike

    WOODSTOCK — Shenandoah County Public Schools will have to go back to the drawing board after the Board of Supervisors voted not to fund its full budget request on Tuesday. Read More

  • RCPS Ranked In Top 100 For Personal Finance

    HARRISONBURG — For the second year in a row, Rockingham County Public Schools has been recognized for its personal finance courses. Read More

  • City Man Indicted In Burglary Case

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County grand jury indicted a 42-year-old Harrisonburg man accused of breaking into a North Liberty Street home on New year’s Day. Read More

  • Wednesday Morning Fire Destroys Toms Brook Home

    A Toms Brook home was destroyed in a fire early Wednesday morning. Read More

  • Video: Stations of the Cross

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: A Cut Above

    HARRISONBURG — A downtown icon is about to celebrate 50 years in business. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: How ’Bout Them Apples?

    HARRISONBURG — What started as a class project has evolved into much more for a small group of James Madison University students and the surrounding community. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: A Mexican Twist On An American Favorite

    HARRISONBURG — After a bit of arm twisting, Benami Torres-Cruz agreed to her husband’s suggestion that the couple open a restaurant because she knew she could count on the product being appetizing. “Especially using my name,” she said. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Poultry Pioneers

    HARRISONBURG — The formula that adds up to Virginia’s first organic commercial poultry processing plant has a lot of “1s” in it. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Agritourism Law To Go Into Effect July 1

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia farmers will have more flexibility and freedom to hold various activities on their farms under a new agritourism law that will take effect July 1. Read More


  • Birdsong Wins Appeal

    HARRISONBURG — Michael Birdsong can add three more schools to his list of transfer options. Read More

  • Eagles Rock HHS

    ELKTON – In already surpassing its win total from the 2013 season, disciplined defense and sound pitching have been the keys to the Harrisonburg High School baseball team’s grind back to relevance. Read More

  • King Makes A Big Leap At EMU

    HARRISONBURG — The first time Eastern Mennonite University high jumper Jordan King went up for a very modest 5-foot-8 leap at a meet in 2012, he knocked the bar off in embarrassing fashion. Read More

  • H.S. Roundup

    ELKTON — Senior pitcher Morgan Breeden hit a three-run triple in a 12-run first inning as East Rockingham beat Harrisonburg 17-1 in a high school softball game Wednesday. Read More

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