• #1 - Orchard Banking On Bill
  • #2 - Collegiate Counsel
  • #3 - Cop Stalker Sentenced
  • #4 - Realtors: Commercial Boom On The Horizon
  • #5 - Religion Calendar July 26-Aug. 1


  • Collegiate Counsel
  • Protected Paws
  • Perfection In The Flaws
  • Season Opener


  • Orchard Banking On Bill

    HARRISONBURG — Timberville’s Turkey Knob Orchard received a bit of national attention Thursday when U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., spoke on his chamber’s floor about reauthorizing a key piece of financing for the local company. Read More

  • Zoning Issues No Child’s Play

    HARRISONBURG — Government officials are always cautious about heading down a “slippery slope,” and some of that trepidation was on display this week when City Council approved an expanded day care. Read More

  • Area Schools Dig In

    HARRISONBURG — Community gardens have become increasingly popular as more people try to connect with the places their food comes from and the ways that it’s grown. Read More

  • Realtors: Commercial Boom On The Horizon

    HARRISONBURG — If you’ve been longing for some new shopping options in the region or a new apartment, your wishes might be answered soon. Read More

  • Cop Stalker Sentenced

    HARRISONBURG — A Staunton man found guilty of stalking a Harrisonburg police officer will spend at least six months in jail with the possibility of more time if convicted of a felony extortion charge. Read More

  • ‘Making An Impact’

    HARRISONBURG — The old Mark Fernandes, by his own admission, was a “jerk” who didn’t like people and once punched three holes in his office wall before quitting his job with the Luck Cos. Read More

  • Driver Says Stop Illegal

    HARRISONBURG — An attorney for a tractor-trailer driver accused of smuggling more than 70 pounds of cocaine and heroin recently asked a federal judge to throw out the evidence in the case, claiming the trooper who stopped his client had no probable cause. Read More

  • Tearing Down Needed To Build Up

    WOODSTOCK — State and local officials agreed to demolish at least six buildings inside Seven Bends State Park as a needed step before the land can open for public use. Read More

  • Music Trail To Take Show On The Road

    HARRISONBURG — The Shenandoah Music Trail recently won a grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts totaling $9,200. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: A New Wave Of Stormwater Regs

    HARRISONBURG — Developer Jerry Scripture installed fire-suppression systems in college student housing he built two decades ago. Read More


  • Turks On Brink Of Pennant

    HARRISONBURG – The magic number is down to one. Read More

  • Sweet Trip

    HARRISONBURG – Jean shorts, yogurt over cereal, and carbonated water at every turn didn’t exactly appeal to Jake Lovinger while he was honing his soccer skills in Sweden this summer. Read More

  • Elkton Beats Clover Hill, 12-6

    ELKTON — Starting pitcher Joe Burris went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a run as Elkton used an eight-run seventh inning to beat Clover Hill 12-6 in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Friday night. Read More


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