• #1 - Street Projects To Affect City Drivers
  • #2 - City To Spend $6.2M In Surplus Funds
  • #3 - Public Servant Honored
  • #4 - Nation Up And Down In Madison’s Loss
  • #5 - NEW: City, County Road Projects To Begin Next Week


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



  • Gunshot Response

  • Murder Plot Prelim Scheduled

    HARRISONBURG — A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in the case of a Grottoes woman accused of seeking to have six people killed in October. Read More

  • Public Servant Honored

    HARRISONBURG — Adjectives such as “very kind,” “gentle” and “honorable” have been used by colleagues to describe longtime Rockingham County public servant and businessman Dee E. Floyd. Read More

  • Staying Ahead Of Winter

    HARRISONBURG — It’s still too early to tell if Wednesday’s nor’easter portends another frigid winter for Rockingham County residents, but the Virginia Department of Transportation isn’t taking any risks. Read More

  • City To Spend $6.2M In Surplus Funds

    HARRISONBURG — Santa Claus may have several weeks left to make his trip, but Christmas came early for several city departments this week. Read More

  • Culpeper Man Admits To Robberies

    HARRISONBURG — A Culpeper man pleaded guilty this week to robbing two Page County banks, according to online records. Read More

  • ‘Farm To Table’ On Tap At BRCC

    HARRISONBURG — The nutritional benefits of sustainable farming practices will be on the table at a statewide conference scheduled for Blue Ridge Community College next week. Read More

  • Street Projects To Affect City Drivers

    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

  • Stretching, Not Shopping

    HARRISONBURG — Thanksgiving and its accompanying shopping traditions can bring stress as easily as they bring celebrations. Read More

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