• #1 - Restaurateur, Free Clinic At Odds Over Rooftop
  • #2 - Two Nabbed In Mount Sidney Shooting
  • #3 - Passenger In Crash That Killed Driver Improving
  • #4 - Locals Await Third Arrest
  • #5 - October Opening Tentative For Dayton Ice Cream Parlor


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  • NEW: Spotswood Trail Closed

    PENN LAIRD - According to the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Emergency Communications Center, both westbound lanes of Spotswood Trail at Penn Laird Drive are closed because of a traffic crash. Read More

  • NEW: Fugitive's Sister Charged With Murder

    HARRISONBURG — Elkton resident Laura Lee Williams has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death last week of Richard Orebaugh of Mount Sidney. Read More

  • NEW: Pipeline Proposal Includes Augusta

    NEW YORK (AP) — Dominion Resources, Duke Energy and other partners are proposing a $5 billion natural gas pipeline to connect the Southeast with the prodigious supplies of natural gas being produced in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. Read More

  • Two Nabbed In Mount Sidney Shooting

    HARRISONBURG — Weyers Cave murder suspect Richard Clay Smith’s sister and fugitive girlfriend have been arrested in connection with an area crime spree, but he remained at large as of Monday evening. Read More

  • Locals Await Third Arrest

    SHENANDOAH — A handful of folks seemed to speak for all locals Monday on what they think about the nearly week-old manhunt for a murder suspect: Just catch him. Read More

  • Restaurateur, Free Clinic At Odds Over Rooftop

    HARRISONBURG — A city restaurateur has taken a nonprofit to court over the use of the organization’s downtown roof space. Read More

  • Historical Marker Sought For Civil Rights Activist

    HARRISONBURG — A relatively unknown native son of Harrisonburg may soon have his impact on history recognized by the state. Read More

  • Agency Looks To Plant The Seed

    HARRISONBURG — State forestry officials have a need for seed. The Virginia Department of Forestry has put out a call for people to collect seeds or acorns for the agency and bring them to one of its offices. Read More

  • HCPS Trying To Get Word Out About App

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg City Public Schools is trying to get more parents and students using a new smartphone app that provides emergency information, school news, lunch menus and more. Read More

  • Laboring For Fun

    BRIDGEWATER — Screaming children as they battled centrifugal force on the Round Up carnival ride mixed with the sounds of sizzling hamburgers at Oakdale Park as Bridgewater held its 20th annual Labor Day Celebration on Monday. Read More

  • HPD Sets Next Outreach Event

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg Police Department’s third installment of its “Coffee with a Cop” is scheduled for Saturday at A Bowl of Good on Port Republic Road. Read More

  • Passenger In Crash That Killed Driver Improving

    HARRISONBURG — A passenger injured in a vehicle rollover in Lacey Spring that killed an Elkton man on Saturday is improving. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Startup Fever?

    HARRISONBURG — When the entrepreneurial bug bites, sound thinking can go out the window. Read More


  • JMU Coach: ‘Self-Inflicted Wounds’

    HARRISONBURG — After an offseason of working in pencil, the James Madison football team had to pick up a pen and make its mark Saturday against Maryland. Sixty minutes later, all that was left was a 52-7 smudge on its record. Read More

  • ERHS Likes 2 QBs

    HARRISONBURG – East Rockingham High School football coach Donnie Coleman would rather not go into Friday’s season opener with a timeshare at quarterback. But he might not have a choice. Read More

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