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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
Reading Role Models

Harrisonburg Police Department DARE officer Mike Gangloff talks to students about the importance of reading in police work during an Everyday Heroes event at Keister Elementary School on Wednesday morning. Harrisonburg Fire Department Lt.

Farm Company Eyeing Dayton

P. Bradley & Sons is seeking a special-use permit from Dayton Town Council to open a store on an undeveloped parcel bordering John Wayland Highway, which is Va. 42. The request is from JWK Land LLC, which Susan Smith, Dayton's zoning administrator, said is the "contract purchaser" for P. Bradley & Sons.

City Accepting Bids For EMU Water Line

The visible part of the construction project is very visible: A new, 105-foot water tower is going up on a hill above the Park View neighborhood. But the city wants one part to be very invisible: About a quarter-mile of 12-inch water pipe is going to be buried 6 feet underground.

An A-peel-ing Festival

Mikey Reisenberg and employee Benjamin Hess prep for the day's customers Tuesday morning at their East Market Street location. Mikey Reisenberg and employee Benjamin Hess prep for the day's customers Tuesday morning at their East Market Street location.

Stewart Calls For Rally On Strict Immigration

If the overwhelming vote in the Valley for President Donald Trump is an indicator, a silent majority in the region must support his immigration policies. Stewart, who wants to be Virginia's next governor, is hopeful members of that silent majority will be at a Harrisonburg campaign rally Saturday.

Harrisonburg Woman Facing Animal Cruelty Charges

Harrisonburg Animal Care and Control and the Harrisonburg Police Department are investigating a case of animal cruelty following the seizure of five dogs from a home Friday. Officers charged Jessica Offenbacker, 23, of Harrisonburg, with several counts of animal cruelty and other related charges after executing a search warrant at 811 Country Club Road, according to a Monday press release.

Stop The Hitler Analogies

Calling our president Adolf Hitler? Ignorance thy name is Harrisonburg. Do you have any idea of who Hitler was? He killed his predecessor or anyone who got in his way.

Alternative Learning Center Gets Name

Rockingham Academy will be built next to Pleasant Valley Elementary School and replace the Dayton Learning Center, which serves as an alternative school for middle and high school students and provides adult education. It has 79 students and 12 faculty and staff members.

Nexus Dismisses Lawsuit Against Augusta County Sheriff, Other County Officials

Nexus Services Inc. dropped its $1.26 million federal lawsuit claiming that Augusta County elected officials and employees violated the plaintiffs' civil rights. Company officials say that tensions have eased between the parties and it's time to move on to use litigation money for a better cause.

Monday Spotlight: Students aim to provide healthy water for girls in Kenya

Three students at Massanutten Regional Governor's School are designing a fluoride filtration system for a girls schools in Narok, Kenya. Juniors Brittany Rohrer, 16, of Mount Crawford; Gabrielle Delbiondo, 17, of Harrisonburg; And Isaac Alderfer, 17, of Broadway, have been working on this project since the beginning of the school year for a research project in teacher Russell Kohrs' class.

Mom2Mom A Hit With Sales Target: Moms

Karen Johnson helps her grandniece, Sylvia Woods, 8, as she rings up a customer during the Mom2Mom Consignment Sale on Sunday morning at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. Jennifer Joyner and daughter, Kennedy, 4, wait as Karen Johnson helps her Grandniece Sylvia Woods, 8, ring them up at the Mom2- Mom Consignment Sale on Sunday morning at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds.

Always Take It Seriously'

Reagan and Kendal Burgess play in the grass outside the University Commons at EMU before the start of the sixth annual Walk for Hope on Saturday morning. Reagan and Kendal Burgess play in the grass outside the University Commons at EMU before the start of the sixth annual Walk for Hope on Saturday morning.

Rockingham Schools To OK Contracts

The work will occur at John Wayland and Pleasant Valley elementary schools and the new alternative learning center, which is replacing the Dayton Learning Center and is expected to be formally named tonight. Rewiring at the schools - and eventually at Fulks Run and John C. Myers elementary schools - will be combined with upcoming renovation projects.

Downey Tapped To Lead DN-R Awards Committee

John Downey wasn't just impressed by the academic prowess demonstrated by the nominees for the 2016 Daily News-Record Leadership Awards. To be sure, they were impressive, as were the parts of the applications outlining extracurricular activities that included everything from athletics to theatrics.

Harrisonburg Police Attempting to Identify Burglary Person of Interest

The Harrisonburg Police Department is requesting assistance from the public in identifying a person of interest in a series of burglaries. The burglaries, five in all, took place between January 11 and March 14, 2017 at a convenience store in Harrisonburg.

Children learn the importance of farm safety

ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2017 - In this Saturday, March 18, 2017 photo, children participating in the Progressive Agriculture Farm Safety Day at Hickory Hollow School learn about large animal safety in Dayton, Va. ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2017 - In this Saturday, March 18, 2017 phtoo, Brooks Bowman, 8 of Dayton, Va., learns about ATV safety from Mike Estes of Blue Ridge Powersports during the Progressive Agriculture Farm Safety Day at Hickory Hollow School in Dayton, Va.

People for March 26, 2017

She is a sophomore biology major. was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.

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