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Harrisonburg is located in the northwest section of Virginia. Previously known as Rocktown, the city was named for Thomas Harrison, a son of English settlers. In 1737, Harrison settled in the Shenandoah Valley, eventually laying claim to over 12,000 acres. This was situated at the intersection of the Spotswood Trail and the main Native American road through the Valley.

Population: 44015
Local Newspapers: The Daily News-Record
Local Sports Teams: James Madison Dukes (NCAA)
Local Colleges: James Madison University

Zip Codes associated with harrisonburg, virginia: 22801 22802
Towns/Cities near harrisonburg, virginia : Dayton Bridgewater Mt Crawford Elkton Weyers Cave Grottoes New Market Stauton

Harrisonburg News
Grim Details Emerge In Beating Death

Court documents filed against two men accused in the beating death of a 64-year-old Rockingham County woman disclose many of the grim details of her slaying. Not least among them, witness statements in the document suggests, is the assailant's weapon: a hammer.

Going The Extra Mile

Karen Neff, the owner of Blue Ridge Limousines, stands beside her limo on Court Square in Harrisonburg on March 22, 2017. Karen Neff's limo bus can fit up to 14 people and allows her to take customers on trips up and down the East Coast.

City Sees Late-Season Snow

David Mcleod pushes his daughters, Stirling, 6, and Adeline, 10, down a hill at Keister Elementary School as they enjoy a snow day in Harrisonburg on Monday. David Mcleod pushes his daughters, Stirling, 6, and Adeline, 10, down a hill at Keister Elementary School as they enjoy a snow day in Harrisonburg on Monday.

A Tough Lesson

Two shoplifting suspects learned Friday that it's best not to try to pawn items stolen just minutes after the crime, especially if the pawn shop is just across the street from the store that was taken. Jacqueline Marie Mayo and Jackie Lee Southern Jr., both of Waynesboro, are charged with misdemeanor shoplifting and felony drug possession.

VDOT Prepares For Winter Storm Weather In The Valley

The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning or advisory for much of the western portion of Virginia, saying some areas could see total accumulations of 3 to 5 inches, with amounts in some areas up to 8 inches. Snow was expected to start falling Sunday night and continue through today, with accumulation of 2 to 4 inches in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County.

Rocktown Tactical Custom Cerakoting | Custom Burnt Bronze AR-15

They do an amazing job at firearm customization. I had them redo an old Italian police trade in 92s Beretta, and it turned out perfect compared to what it looked like before being transformed by Critical Koating.

US Military IDs Harrisonburg airman lost in dogfight over Germany in a 43

The U.S. Military has found the remains of a World War II pilot who was last seen fighting in the skies over Germany. Department of Defense officials said Thursday that Lt.

Rocky Road: Highway officials look for U.S. 340 fix

Fresh off a two-day geological study on the visibly eroding rock faces at the intersection of Chestnut Hill Road and U.S 340 near the Virginia border, the West Virginia Department of Highways appears poised to rectify the problem - but the question remains if it will be enough. The Department of Highways has set aside $830,000 to fix part of the problem with a system of hollow tubes rammed into the cliffside to increase tension, along with a possible concrete wall or metal netting.

Man Sentenced For Burning Down Own Home

A Harrisonburg man accused of setting fire to a home he owns to collect insurance money was sentenced on Thursday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Sarwat Barzanji, 48, entered Alford pleas to one count each of misdemeanor arson of a dwelling and misdemeanor attempting to obtain money by false pretenses.

Byrd Newspapers sold to Ogden Newspapers

Byrd Newspaper employees from the Daily News-Record and the Page News & Courier attend a meeting notifying them of the sale of the company to Ogden Newspapers, Inc., a family-owned newspaper group with 43 daily newspapers published in 16 states, Tuesday afternoon. Byrd Newspaper employees from the Daily News-Record and the Page News & Courier attend a meeting notifying them of the sale of the company to Ogden Newspapers, Inc., a family-owned newspaper group with 43 daily newspapers published in 16 states, Tuesday afternoon.

Education Opportunities Abound For City Students

It's very easy for our city and county schools to pass AP tests with the amount of opportunities offered at the high schools. In Harrisonburg, the resources available when it comes to studying and academic support from instructors is higher than other states or even more rural cities.

Six City Chefs Sharpen Their Knives For Charity

Joshua Wilton House chef Tom French prepares a dish in July 2017. He is one of six chefs competing in Top Chef Harrisonburg.

Name New Park For Albert Long

The new park on U.S. 33 east should be Albert Long Park. Albert donated the land for the original Albert Long Park on Reservoir Street.

Herring Urges Virginians to Watch For Illegal Fees From Pawnbrokers

As part of National Consumer Protection Week, Attorney General Mark R. Herring and his Consumer Protection Section are warning Virginians to be wary of pawnshops that charge illegal interest or fees. In recent years, his office has taken action against a number of Virginia pawnbrokers that have imposed excessive and unauthorized fees on their customers.

Amazon's RFP Would Settle School Debate

Harrisonburg seems paralyzed by the debate about the new high school project. It's important, yes.

Gray Is The New Black

Seth Amsden, the chef/owner of Gray Jay Provisions, fixes a pair of sandwiches during Tuesday's lunch rush. The restaurant recently opened on South High Street in Harrisonburg.

Carbon Emissions Hearing On Tap

Although the General Assembly rejected Gov. Ralph Northam's efforts to join a nine-state effort to cut carbon emissions from power plants, the Democratic governor is seeking regulatory reforms to mimic the program on his own. The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality will hold a hearing in Harrisonburg next week on proposed regulations aligning the state with the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.

Friday Festivities

Brian Denny and his wife, Heather, walk into Hess Financial for a mixed media art show during the First Friday art walk downtown on March 2. Ele Indigo , 15, and her mom, Katyusha, both of Russia, play a duet as part of the Indigo Family Trio at OASIS Fine Art & Craft during the First Friday art walk downtown. James Madison University alumna Ciara Benz and her fiance, Greg Brennan, take a dancing lesson at Dancing with Karen during the First Friday art walk downtown.

Tax Credits Piece Correctly Identified Its Benefits

The Daily News-Record detailed the benefit to Harrisonburg of historic tax credits, including $9.2 million average annual economic impact to our community as well as 35-44 jobs each year . These credits have been essential in protecting our historic buildings and the unique character of our city.

Byrd Newspapers to be sold to Ogden Newspapers

An agreement has been reached for The Ogden Newspapers, Inc., a family-owned newspaper group with 43 daily newspapers published in 16 states, to become the new owner of the Byrd Newspapers, Ogden Chief Executive Officer Robert M. Nutting announced today. The sale includes the Byrd family's two daily newspapers; The Winchester Star and website, the Daily News-Record of Harrisonburg, VA and its associated website, .

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