• #1 - Agents: Farm Bill Wrought Big Changes
  • #2 - Editorial Was Xenophobic
  • #3 - Hacking Seminar Scheduled For Nov. 5
  • #4 - What Are You Afraid Of? (VIDEO BELOW)
  • #5 - Don’t Get Sick Near The Pentagon


  • What Are You Afraid Of? (VIDEO BELOW)
  • La Bohème Coming To The Forbes Center Nov. 7-9
  • EMU Youth Symphony Concert Provides Musical Treats
  • In The Round



  • JMU Holds Off Charlotte, 48-40

  • ‘A Few Seconds To Check In’

    HARRISONBURG — Preventing sexual assault can be as simple as adopting the mentality of why we’re supposed to buckle our seat belts, says Jessy Lyons, an associate director with Green Dot, etc. Inc., which focuses on violence prevention education. Read More

  • City Educator Joins Va. BOE

    HARRISONBURG — Gov. Terry McAuliffe named Spotswood Elementary School Assistant Principal Sal Romero Jr. to the Virginia Board of Education on Friday, according to an announcement from the governor’s office. Read More

  • Field Day

  • Warner Plans Nov. 1 City Rally

    HARRISONBURG — U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring are scheduled to visit Harrisonburg just days before the Nov. 4 election for the senator. Read More

  • Doubling Up On Learning

    HARRISONBURG — Before the College Board launches a second Advanced Placement computer science course in fall 2016, pilot programs around the country are serving as incubators in high school classrooms. Read More

  • Show’s Over ... Almost

    HARRISONBURG — As the end credits roll for the tenure of Court Square Theater’s manager, the community beyond the arts might feel an impact. Read More

  • Agents: Farm Bill Wrought Big Changes

    HARRISONBURG — The Agriculture Act of 2014 changed the way farmers protect themselves against losses, and the Rockingham-Page Farm Service Agency wants to educate them on the new programs. Read More

  • Public Service Planned For Burnett

    HARRISONBURG — A public memorial service for Dennis Burnett, the Shenandoah Valley Partnership executive director who died this week, is planned for 2 p.m. Sunday, the organization announced Friday. Read More

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • NEW: H.S. Football Scores

  • What Are You Afraid Of? (VIDEO BELOW)

  • Video: WWII Bomber Flight

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: ‘Little Guys’ Take On Big Boxes, Web

    HARRISONBURG — Bob Schurtz remembers the days when checking out his competition would involve only a short car ride and a few minutes of his time. Read More


  • BHS Halts Leemen

    STAUNTON — Late in the fourth quarter, a horde of Broadway High School defenders stopped R.E. Lee quarterback Tavian Brown on fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line, preserving a 10-point lead. Read More

  • HHS Beats TA

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg High School coach Chris Thurman has been raving about his young quarterback, saying that he’s making strides each week. Against the rival Knights, freshman A.C. White put everything together in a breakout performance. Read More

  • Hornets Pound ERHS

    FISHERSVILLE – After Wilson Memorial High School tailback Savant Swift reached the end zone for the third of his four touchdowns Friday night, an East Rockingham player – who’d been run over on the play – hobbled off the field with the help of some teammates. Read More

  • JMU Faces Weak ‘D,’ Top WR

    HARRISONBURG — Charlotte football coach Brad Lambert knows the harsh realities of the coaching business, but that didn’t make it any easier to see his coaching mentor Mickey Matthews get fired after last season. Read More

  • Dukes In A Rush

    HARRISONBURG — When it comes to offense, James Madison wants to play fast and explosively. The uptempo Dukes also want to run the ball. Read More

  • Will Buzz Help?

    HARRISONBURG – Mired in a two-game losing streak, Bridgewater College football coach Michael Clark is hoping this afternoon’s homecoming atmosphere at Jopson Field will help re-energize the Eagles as they face Washington & Lee. Read More

  • Schedule And Scores

  • EMU Scrimmages Tonight In Hoops

    HARRISONBURG – Eastern Mennonite University will give fans a sneak peak of its men’s basketball team tonight at University Commons. Read More

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