• #1 - New Hess Furniture Owners Eye Future
  • #2 - Rockingham Death Probe Continues On
  • #3 - First Snow Sets Winter Stage
  • #4 - Ruby’s To Host Bazaar
  • #5 - Crafty Christmas


  • Crafty Christmas
  • Williams’ To Return To The Forbes Center On Dec. 11
  • Ruby’s To Host Bazaar
  • See&Do Briefs



  • NEW: City, County Road Projects To Begin Next Week

    HARRISONBURG — City and state crews will be working on a pair of projects next week that will affect travel on Harrisonburg and Rockingham County roads. Read More

  • NEW: Augusta Seeks Bridge Renaming For Burnett

    VERONA (AP) — The Augusta County Board of Supervisors is asking the state to name a new bridge in honor of the county's first economic development director. Read More

  • NEW: Groups Schedule GA Pre-Session Breakfast

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce and Shenandoah Valley Technology Council will host their annual pre-session legislative breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Dec. 11 at the Holiday Inn Harrisonburg at 1400 E. Market St. Read More

  • Rockingham Death Probe Continues On

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office is now more than a month into investigating a homicide on Layman Trestle Road, a somewhat unusual situation for the Harrisonburg area in that a suspect has not been identified in a murder case. Read More

  • Goodlatte Eyes Jobs In New Term

    HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah Valley’s representative in the U.S. House plans to focus on job growth and explore options on immigration reform as he continues leading one of the most powerful committees in Washington, D.C. Read More

  • Valley Marks Day Of Thanks

    LACEY SPRING — For many people, Thanksgiving means staying warm and cozy inside and eating fattening food with family. Read More

  • City Council Approves Wolfe Brewery

    HARRISONBURG — The Friendly City is on track to see a fourth brewery open in just over two years. Read More

  • First Snow Sets Winter Stage

    HARRISONBURG — The Valley’s first snowfall of the year on Wednesday brought all the usual suspects with it: office closures, car crashes, power outages, slippery roads and the like. Read More

  • County School Board Readies For Legislature

    McGAHEYSVILLE — With the General Assembly preparing for its regular session in January, Rockingham County school officials are finalizing their lobbying positions. Read More

  • New Hess Furniture Owners Eye Future

    HARRISONBURG — The new owners of the former Hess Furniture building are in the process of determining how the structure might be used in the future. Read More

  • SHS Theater Team Advances To State

    HARRISONBURG — Students from Spotswood High School won the Regional 3A round for the Virginia High School League’s One-Act Theater Festival. Read More


  • Critics Don’t Faze Nation

    HARRISONBURG – Andre Nation is back, and James Madison’s polarizing junior guard isn’t worried about rehabbing his public image. Read More

  • Can LU Stop Lee?

    HARRISONBURG — Liberty coach Turner Gill said his program wasn’t interested in Vad Lee when the former Georgia Tech quarterback transferred last winter. Read More

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