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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
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Harrisonburg News
Former MU coach Randle remembered as being tough but fair

Randle, who was under Hospice care in Harrisonburg, Va., led the Thundering Herd from 1979-1983. In those five seasons at Marshall, Randle compiled a 12-42-1 record and did not finish one season with a record over .500.

'He's Iconic'

Bob Driver is a previous owner of The Little Grill who shaped the local music and restaurant scene. He drove big names to the Valley, like Bob Hope .

Woman: Love Triangle Led To Stabbing

In mid-October, Amanda Crawford and her boyfriend of six weeks, William Fleshman, moved from Fayette County, W.Va., to Harrisonburg with her ex-boyfriend, Michael Elmore. But instead, Crawford testified Tuesday during a preliminary hearing in Rockingham County General District Court, it turned into a deadly love triangle just a day after they arrived.

Spring Cleaning

Derek Hornig, head brewer at Wolfe Street Brewing, 120 W. Wolfe St., Harrisonburg, cleans out a tank Tuesday afternoon. The brewery is closed on Mondays for brewing.

Peaceful, Easy Feeling

Grayson Pritchard from The Nest Yoga and Fitness Studio leads a student in a weekly community tai chi class on Monday at Edith J. Carrier Arboretum and Botanical Gardens in Harrisonburg.

Space For A New School?

For those who embrace the idea of building a second high school to ease overcrowding at the city's existing one, the reality of not knowing where or even if 60 acres to build it on can be found is like the reality of death. The less we think about those grim future inevitabilities, the less it will mess up all those great plans we can make right up until it is our time to die - or to find the land.

Planting A 'Seed'

Director Andrew Wonder and producer Francis Lyons answer questions at the screening of their documentary, "Seed," at Harrisonburg High School on May 18. Lyons is a 1989 graduate of HHS. Francis Lyons poses for a photo with Harrisonburg City Public Schools Superintendent Scott Kizner at the documentary screening on May 18. JR Snow , fine arts coordinator at for Harrisonburg City Public Schools, moderates the Q&A with director Andrew Wonder and producer Francis Lyons at HHS on May 18. Director Andrew Wonder and producer Francis Lyons answer questions at the screening of their documentary, "Seed," at Harrisonburg High School on May 18. Lyons is a 1989 graduate of HHS.

Former Nurse Indicted On Drug Theft

Virginia State Police charged Amy Lam, 35, of Harrisonburg, with eight felony counts of obtaining drugs by fraud, eight felony counts of drug possession and two misdemeanor counts of falsifying patient records. Prosecutors opted Friday to only seek indictments on two counts of obtaining drugs by fraud against Lam, who was arrested Nov. 30. Wilson scheduled Lam to appear in court on June 16. On that day, she will either agree to a plea deal or Wilson will set a trial date.

Anicira Aims To Replace SPCA As City's Shelter

Anicira Veterinary Center filed a public-private proposal last week with the City of Harrisonburg to handle impoundment and sheltering services. The City has an agreement with the Harrisonburg-Rockingham SPCA for the services.

Olive Garden Opens In The City

A prolonged yearning for many diners in the region came to an end at 11 a.m. Monday when Olive Garden officially opened its doors at 45 Burgess Road. The Italian chain had been at the top of local residents' restaurant wish list for years.

School Board Eyes Renovation Projects

The School Board at its meeting tonight will hear a report on renovation projects at two schools and construction of a third. Nielsen Builders Inc. of Harrisonburg received a $9.07 million contract for renovations at John Wayland Elementary School in February.

Former SHS Teacher Indicted On Sex Charges

A Rockingham County grand jury indicted a former Spotswood High School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old male student. Alisha Largent, 25, of Harrisonburg, now faces two felony indecent liberties with a minor while in a supervisory role.

Bike Summit To Urge Public Involvement

Ann Cundy, senior transportation planner for the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission, announced details on the summit at Thursday's meeting of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization policy board. Fionnuala Quinn will keynote the yearly gathering of elected officials, biking-and-walking advocates and Harrisonburg and Rockingham County staff.

Man Indicted In Slaying

Seneca Lee Graham, 27, is charged with first-degree murder, robbery, four counts of abduction by force and two gun charges in the death of 22-year-old Bradley Scott Johnson. Graham was arrested at the scene and spent a month at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville healing from injuries sustained in a fight after the shooting.

State Mulls Bus Routes

The Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation is reviewing three proposals for a bus route from Blacksburg to D.C. Nick Britton, a statewide manager of transit planning for DRPT, provided an update on the project to the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization's policy board Thursday. "If all goes as planned, by the end of the year," he said, "there could be an intercity bus service going up to D.C." The route would include stops in Roanoke, Staunton, Harrisonburg, Front Royal and Dulles International Airport.

Nielsen Builders Adds To Staff

Heath Knott, who worked for the company as a carpenter helper for several summers while he attended college, has been hired as a project engineer. He'll work with project managers to help them complete projects.

Hostetler named to EMU Spring 2017 Dean's List

Thane Justice Hostetler of Philippi has been named to Eastern Mennonite University's Dean's List for the spring 2017 semester.

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