• #1 - NEW: HPD Investigates Downtown Shooting
  • #2 - Man Arrested After Animals Seized
  • #3 - Timberville Wal-Mart Prepares To Open
  • #4 - Albert Long Park Graves Unsolved
  • #5 - City Finds Next Chief


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  • NEW: HPD Investigates Downtown Shooting

    City police continue to investigate Saturday’s shooting in downtown Harrisonburg. Read More

  • Pharmacy Robber Gets Four Years

    HARRISONBURG — A Penn Laird man who robbed a Rockingham County pharmacy last year is headed to prison. Read More

  • Albert Long Park Graves Unsolved

    HARRISONBURG — The mystery at Albert Long Park remains unsolved. Read More

  • City Finds Next Chief

    HARRISONBURG — After months of searching for the best person to lead the Harrisonburg Fire Department, the city found its next chief within its own ranks. Read More

  • Let The Games Begin

  • Timberville Wal-Mart Prepares To Open

    TIMBERVILLE — After 25 years with the company, Angie Walters speaks fluent “Wal-Mart-ese.” Read More

  • New Programs For Boys & Girls Clubs

    HARRISONBURG — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County is preparing for a couple of new programs and events scheduled for the coming months. Read More

  • Holiday To Affect City Services

    HARRISONBURG — City services will be disrupted for the Fourth of July holiday. Read More

  • Stormwater Utility Fee Applications Due

    HARRISONBURG — City residents have until Friday to apply for a stormwater utility fee credit program. Read More

  • Local FCCLA Goes To National Conference

    Students representing five Shenandoah County schools have qualified for a national Family, Career and Community Leaders of America conference in California. Read More

  • Division Long-Term Fix Includes New Schools

    WOODSTOCK — Two new schools, a relocated Triplett Tech and converting Stonewall Jackson High School to a middle school are options included in a proposed 25-year master plan for Shenandoah County Public Schools. Read More

  • Man Arrested After Animals Seized

    A Shenandoah County man already accused of animal cruelty has been charged again following a raid on his home that netted almost 100 domestic and farm animals. Read More

  • K9 Event To Assist Veterans With PTSD

    HARRISONBURG — During the last year, Chad Layman heard story after story about veterans committing suicide. Read More

  • City Looks To Build Toilets For Farmers Market

    HARRISONBURG — City leaders are searching for contractors to build permanent restrooms for the Harrisonburg Farmers Market that should be open later this year. Read More

  • Civil War Forum To Focus On The Burning

    HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation will host a conference next month at James Madison University on one of the Civil War’s most destructive campaigns. Read More

  • The Majority: We Want Change

    Stripped of its excesses, Donald Trump’s Wednesday speech contains all the ingredients of a campaign that can defeat Hillary Clinton this fall. Read More

  • Writer Does Not Understand The Nature Of Rights

    David Emswiler wants to ban guns, (“It’s Time To Ban Private Ownership Of Guns,” June 22). What part of “shall not be infringed” in the Second Amendment is so difficult to understand? Read More

  • Clinton, Sanders Right About Assault Weapons

    ■ Orlando, 2016, Sig Sauer MCX used to kill 49; Read More

  • Time To Accept Voting Rights For Felons

    General Assembly Republicans blocked funding to vet applicants for voting rights restoration. So Gov. Terry McAuliffe did it on his own. Now they say he should have vetted them better. Read More

  • Common Sense Wins

    Commenting in The Guardian on the morning after his nation chose sovereignty over submission, a stunned Jonathan Freedland wrote: “We have woken up in a different country. The Britain that existed until 23 June 2016 will not exist any more ... This is not the country it was yesterday. That place has gone forever.” Straining the obvious as much as the lugubrious Mr. Freedland, we feel compelled to ask: Is this a bad or beneficial development? 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


  • Locals To Regionals

    HARRISONBURG — Spotswood High School rising senior defender Christian Atwell says it’s “really cool” to be representing Virginia. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — Left fielder Jason Serchay broke a 2-2 tie with a two-run single in the bottom of the eighth inning to push Harrisonburg past Winchester 5-2 in a Valley Baseball League game Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

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