• #1 - Receptionist Indicted For Embezzling
  • #2 - County Man Indicted On Meth Charges
  • #3 - NEW: Suspected Mobile Meth Lab Leads To Indictment
  • #4 - The Lord Giveth, And Taketh Away
  • #5 - Birdsong Awaits Verdict On Transfer


  • The Lord Giveth, And Taketh Away
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  • Annual Earth Day Celebrations Return To Area
  • Combating Confusion



  • NEW: Birdsong Says He Won Appeal

    HARRISONBURG — Michael Birdsong says he’s won his appeal. Read More

  • NEW: Man Indicted In Child Solicitation Case

    An Elkton man who solicited an undercover officer posing as a 14-year-old girl now faces additional charges. Read More

  • NEW: Burglary Defendant Indicted

    A Rockingham County grand jury on Monday indicted a 42-year-old Harrisonburg man accused of breaking into a North Liberty Street home. He was later found hiding in the home's basement. Read More

  • NEW: Suspected Mobile Meth Lab Leads To Indictment

    A Rockingham County grand jury has indicted a Bridgewater man accused of having a mobile methamphetamine lab on South High Street in October. Read More

  • NEW: City Budget Includes Most Of Schools' Funding Request

    HARRISONBURG — The proposed city budget gives Harrisonburg City Public Schools most of its funding request for the next fiscal year. Read More

  • NEW: Fire Damages Toms Brook Home

    An early morning fire destroyed a Toms Brook home in Shenandoah County. Read More

  • NEW: New Market Names Interim Town Manager

    The town of New Market's public works director will temporarily act as town manager when Evan Vass leaves his position next month to start working as assistant county administrator for Shenandoah County. Read More

  • NEW: Fire Weather Watch Issued For State

    The Virginia Department of Forestry has issued a fire weather watch for the entire state. Read More

  • Receptionist Indicted For Embezzling

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County grand jury indicted a former employee of a city dental office accused of stealing roughly $130,000 from her employer. Read More

  • City Budget Calls For Increases

    HARRISONBURG — City Council on Tuesday night received a draft fiscal 2015 budget that calls for a mix of tax and fee increases, including a 6-cent hike to Harrisonburg’s real estate tax rate. Read More

  • Goo Goo Dolls To Headline County Fair

    HARRISONBURG — Something old and something new will be available at this year’s Rockingham County Fair. Read More

  • Video: Stations of the Cross

  • Trace Adkins to Headline Shenandoah County Fair

    Trace Adkins will headline the music artists at this year’s Shenandoah County Fair. Read More

  • Lawmakers Back To Consider Vetoes

    HARRISONBURG — The General Assembly will take care of some unfinished business today, but making headway on the state budget doesn’t appear in the plans. Read More

  • Suspect In Car Break-Ins At Gym Indicted

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County grand jury indicted a city woman accused of breaking into cars at a local fitness center. Read More

  • Elkton OKs Rate Hike For Water Haulers

    ELKTON — Town Council on Monday approved a 50-cent increase in the rate for water haulers. Read More

  • County Man Indicted On Meth Charges

    HARRISONBURG — A search of a Bridgewater-area home conducted late last year by Virginia game wardens seeking illegal deer parts hasn’t resulted in any hunting-related charges; however, the search did lead to drug- and gun-related indictments handed down Monday. Read More

  • For The Record

    HARRISONBURG — There are hundreds of years of history in the Rockingham County Courthouse, and students at James Madison University have been working to help organize and preserve countless original documents. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: A Cut Above

    HARRISONBURG — A downtown icon is about to celebrate 50 years in business. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: How ’Bout Them Apples?

    HARRISONBURG — What started as a class project has evolved into much more for a small group of James Madison University students and the surrounding community. Read More

  • YOUR HOMETOWN: A Mexican Twist On An American Favorite

    HARRISONBURG — After a bit of arm twisting, Benami Torres-Cruz agreed to her husband’s suggestion that the couple open a restaurant because she knew she could count on the product being appetizing. “Especially using my name,” she said. Read More

  • Page County Barn Destroyed

    A fire that destroyed a barn in Page County on Monday likely started from a heat lamp that ignited straw in the back of the structure, firefighters said Tuesday night. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Poultry Pioneers

    HARRISONBURG — The formula that adds up to Virginia’s first organic commercial poultry processing plant has a lot of “1s” in it. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Agritourism Law To Go Into Effect July 1

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia farmers will have more flexibility and freedom to hold various activities on their farms under a new agritourism law that will take effect July 1. Read More


  • Birdsong Awaits Verdict On Transfer

    HARRISONBURG — Michael Birdsong says he’s not sure what to think after his appeal Tuesday to overturn James Madison football coach Everett Withers’ decision to ban him from transferring to four non-conference schools. Read More

  • BC Baseball Goes Small

    BRIDGEWATER — In any given situation, Bridgewater College baseball coach Curt Kendall is not opposed to playing small ball with this year’s team. Read More

  • TA Baseball Splits Pair

    BRIDGEWATER – If anything were to shake the psyche of Turner Ashby High School’s baseball team, it would be understandable if it happened in resuming a two-run game after five complete innings when lights malfunctioned at Alleghany last week. Read More

  • HHS Beats Charlottesville, 1-0

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg High School sophomore Bessy Jimenez waited 74 minutes to get an open look at the goal against Charlottesville. When she finally got it, she was sure to make it count. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG – Eastern Mennonite High School lost its first Blue Ridge Conference girls’ soccer game since 2010 on Tuesday, falling to North Cross 3-2. Read More

  • JMU Roundup

    HARRISONBURG —Catcher Matt Winn went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run to lead Virginia Military Institute to a 6-1 win over James Madison in a college baseball game Tuesday in Harrisonburg. Read More


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