• #1 - City Native Killed Near Atlanta
  • #2 - Mount Jackson Police Chief Out
  • #3 - 50 Years For Child’s Death
  • #4 - High Beam
  • #5 - Gifts To Legislators Plunge After Ex-Gov.’s Corruption Case


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  • Grand Jury Gets Augusta Slaying Cases

    STAUNTON — Siblings charged with the murder of a Mount Sidney man waived their right to a preliminary hearing Friday in Augusta County General District Court, and their cases will now proceed to a grand jury. Read More

  • City Seeking More Diverse Workforce

    HARRISONBURG — The city of Harrisonburg is seeking ways for its workforce to reflect its residential population. Read More

  • Beating Old Man Winter

    HARRISONBURG — January. The Sahara Desert of winter. Read More

  • Donations Pour Into Valley Lawmakers’ Campaigns

    HARRISONBURG — While state elections in Virginia are still more than 10 months away, Valley legislators are already preparing their financial war chests. Read More

  • Gifts To Legislators Plunge After Ex-Gov.’s Corruption Case

    HARRISONBURG — It may be better to give than to receive, but it looks like Virginia’s lawmakers are cutting back on the receiving as well. Read More

  • 50 Years For Child’s Death

    A Woodstock mother of four will spend the next half-century in state prison for killing her former fiancé’s 20-month-old son in 2013. Read More

  • Grant Supplies Teachers

    HARRISONBURG — Inside the Rockingham Educational Foundation Inc.’s teacher supply depot warehouse, some shelves are overflowing with boxes while others lay bare. Read More

  • City Native Killed Near Atlanta

    HARRISONBURG — A former city resident with family still in the area was shot and killed this week outside of Atlanta. Read More

  • Mount Jackson Police Chief Out

    MOUNT JACKSON — Officials are moving quickly to replace Mount Jackson Police Chief J.D. Fadley, who resigned last week after Town Council began looking into a criminal harassment complaint filed against him by a former police investigator. Read More

  • High Beam

  • HOMETOWN BRIDGEWATER: Chief — Customer Service Job No. 1

    BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Joseph Simmons considers the town’s residents to be “customers,” and his nine-person department strives to give good service. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: ’15 Commercial Real Estate Preview And Confession

    One year ago, I wrote this same article (with a better opening) suggesting we would see retail, particularly restaurants and grocery stores, expand and bring new brands; the Southeast Connector would shift momentum for new development; and multifamily would stay hot and finally produce new units in the market. Nailed it. Seriously. Read More


  • JMU Tries To Stymie Hofstra

    HARRISONBURG – On the road to Hofstra University, the James Madison basketball team took a pit stop Friday afternoon in Springfield, Massachusetts, to visit the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Read More

  • QB Recruit Excels At Run

    HARRISONBURG — According to Peters Township High School football coach Rich Piccinini, Cory Owen’s heart was always with James Madison. Read More

  • EMU Game Moved Up

    HARRISONBURG — Today’s Old Dominion Athletic Conference men’s basketball game between Eastern Mennonite University and Randolph at Yoder Arena has been moved to 3 p.m. at the Lynchburg school’s request. Read More

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