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3 hrs ago | The Daily News-Record
Volunteer Kristin Gardner of Harrisonburg and others wrap presents for Home Instead Senior Care's Be A Santa to a Senior program on Thursday.
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4 hrs ago | WHSV-TV Harrisonburg
Organizers of this year's holiday parade said despite the forecast expected for Friday, it will still go on as planned.
6 hrs ago | The Daily News-Record
Harrisonburg ranks fifth on a travel magazine's list of the 20 best college towns in the nation.
11 hrs ago | WHSV-TV Harrisonburg
What remains is for the group behind the park and the Harrisonburg City Council to figure out a way that the two plans can be integrated.
14 hrs ago | The Daily News-Record
A Richmond judge ruled today that the recount in Virginia's historically close attorney general race will begin on Dec. 16, according to the Associated Press.
18 hrs ago | The Daily News-Record
Buttons for First Night Harrisonburg will be available for purchase on Court Square immediately following Friday's Christmas parade in downtown Harrisonburg.
22 hrs ago | WHSV-TV Harrisonburg
A Valley restaurant isn't just sharing its grand opening celebration with customers, but with those in need.
While President Barack Obama talks on minimum wage on Capitol Hill, we spoke with some James Madison University students to get their opinions.
A federal jury today convicted two men accused of growing thousands of marijuana plants in George Washington National Forest.
According to the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, 58 bears have been killed on Virginia roads this year.
Starting Thursday, December 5, crews will begin installing approximately 280 feet of eight-inch sanitary sewer main in the 2500 block of Ramblewood Road.
After yet another hearing, a trial date has yet to be set for a Woodstock woman facing the death penalty if convicted of killing her fianc's young son this summer.
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A local group raised money to support an organization that gives free housing to active duty military and veterans' families.
The Farm Bureau says more farm markets are extending their hours through the holiday season.