• #1 - Singer From ‘The Voice’ To Take The Stage
  • #2 - Rachel Good Lawsuit Postponed
  • #3 - It’s A Shame
  • #4 - Compost Drop-Off At Market
  • #5 - Timberville Seeks To Enhance Community


  • Compost Drop-Off At Market
  • Singer From ‘The Voice’ To Take The Stage
  • It’s A Shame
  • Bach Fest Back For 24th Year



  • Rachel Good Lawsuit Postponed

    HARRISONBURG — Rachel Good’s family will have to wait a few months longer to see any resolution in her case. Read More

  • Just Visiting

    HARRISONBURG — When Claire Comer stopped to grab lunch at the Shenandoah National Park on Wednesday, she was pleasantly surprised to find herself waiting in a line of visitors. Read More

  • A Riveting Life Story

    FRANKLIN, W.Va. — In 1942, Lillian Tierney of Franklin may have been better known as “Rosie the Riveter.” Read More

  • Timberville Seeks To Enhance Community

    TIMBERVILLE — Since moving to Timberville, Sarah Berry hasn’t felt a sense of community. Read More

  • An Ounce Of Prevention

    HARRISONBURG — Last fall, Sarah Brown watched in shock as her neighbor’s house began to burn. Read More

  • Masked Man Steals ATM

    HARRISONBURG — Police are looking for a sledgehammer-wielding man who broke into a KOA campground office, dragged away an ATM and set his stolen getaway van on fire. Read More

  • MTC Hosts Its First Job Fair

    HARRISONBURG — East Rockingham High School senior Tiffani Good studies cosmotology at Massanutten Technical Center. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Harrisonburg High School

    HARRISONBURG — Joshua Byrd describes himself as “a political nerd.” Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Harrisonburg High School

    HARRISONBURG — Even though Kayla Leaman couldn’t race, she didn’t let that stop her. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Harrisonburg High School

    HARRISONBURG — Ava Reynolds says she can’t really sum herself up in a nutshell. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Harrisonburg High School

    HARRISONBURG — Faith Runnells says her leadership style “is different as needed.” Read More

  • Sticky Situation

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Markets Take On Different Meanings

    HARRISONBURG — Hundreds of people are flocking to the Harrisonburg Farmers Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays to pick up fresh food grown by their neighbors, and similar markets will open in the coming weeks in communities up and down the Shenandoah Valley. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: Congratulations — It’s A Beautiful New Location

    When Andrea and I realized we were going to have our first child we had a relatively clear vision of our parenting rules. After he was born, everything was documented, sanitized and organized. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Creating Formal Hierarchy Key To Business Success

    Hierarchy is essential. That’s the clear message in an article appearing in the March issue of HR Magazine. Much of the organizational literature devoted to downsizing has touted the elimination of top-down structure, particularly because it reduces bureaucracy and speeds decision-making. 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


  • ‘Pitching Heavy’

    HARRISONBURG — About an hour before first pitch today, James Madison softball coach Mickey Dean said he will make his decision. Read More

  • ERHS Tops Page In Baseball

    SHENANDOAH — It’s something East Rockingham High School baseball coach David Scott says he’s only seen happen in movies. Read More

  • BHS Snaps Skid Against TA

    PALMYRA — Broadway High School junior third baseman Ally Repko was the last to hop on the softball team’s bus as it left Fluvanna County High School on Thursday night. Read More

  • Knights Win C-29 Baseball Tourney

    PENN LAIRD — The Turner Ashby High School baseball team hasn’t needed much run support this season thanks to its pitching staff. Read More

  • High School Roundup

    PALMYRA — Junior forward Hope Simmons scored three goals to lead Turner Ashby High School to a 3-1 win over Fluvanna County in a Conference 29 girls’ soccer consolation game Thursday in Palmyra. Read More

  • JMU Baseball’s Season Over

    MT. PLEASANT, S.C. — Second baseman David Hopkins went 5-for-6 with two RBIs and left fielder Pat Madigan went 3-for-4 with a home run and five RBIs to lead Northeastern to a 19-9 victory over James Madison in a Colonial Athletic Association tournament baseball game Thursday. Read More

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