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For the more than 100 people who attended Monday's "The History of Lynching in Virginia," the conversation is only beginning. [Read More]
The city's Parks and Recreation Department was recently honored for its attainment to help seniors in the community to stay active. [Read More]
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United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County has been hosting the annual Day of Caring for more than 20 years - and this year is... [Read More]
The local unemployment rate kept fairly stable at 3% in July, with 1,973 people jobless in the Harrisonburg metro area, according to the most recent... [Read More]
An Elkton man accused of causing a 2018 crash that killed a passenger pleaded guilty Monday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. [Read More]
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A Woodstock woman accused of stealing mail from homes in northern Rockingham County pleaded guilty Monday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. [Read More]
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When Denise Lam began teaching AP human geography years ago, she was among four teachers to begin offering it in Rockingham County. Now, only two... [Read More]
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On Monday morning, Amanda Miller Garber stood outside 2 Court Square in downtown Harrisonburg with a wide smile. [Read More]
Police are looking for a driver accused of striking a bicyclist in Rockingham County and fleeing the scene before law enforcement arrived on Monday. [Read More]
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The sun came out and the 55th annual Broadway-Timberville Autumn Festival and Antique Car Show took place Saturday without a hitch. [Read More]
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Eugene Elwood Cline Sr. died Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, at his residence in New Market. [Read More]
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Since 1956, the signing of the Constitution has been commemorated Sept. 17-23. I encourage you to take some time to read through this enduring document.... [Read More]
Harold Roberts: "The Problem is Evil," Sept. 10. The world is not more evil. Humans are humans. As an older person, I have seen the... [Read More]
Apparently, if you are rich enough, you can slaughter endangered species until your bloodlust is sated. [Read More]
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