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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

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City, County Finalizing Radio Purchase

Rockingham County and Harrisonburg officials are nearly ready to move forward with a $6.3 million two-way radio purchase. City Council will hold a public hearing at its meeting tonight on a bond issuance to cover its portion of the cost, while the county is still negotiating with at least one town over its share.

ICE Arrests Undocumented Immigrant Freed On Bond

Roni Alexander Morales Aguilar wasted no time posting bond last week on charges accusing him of leading police on a high speed chase and crashing into Court Square damaging a 19th-century wall. But, on Monday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested the 24-year-old when he showed up to Rockingham County General District Court for his first appearance.

Pipe Work To Close Reservoir Lanes In Rockingham County

The Virginia Department of Transportation will lead traffic control on Reservoir Street in Rockingham County starting today for pipe work. Harrisonburg and Rockingham partnered on the $26 million project to widen about 2 miles of the street between University Boulevard and the entrance to Sentara RMH Medical Center.

Dems Announce Labor Day Fundraiser Lineup

Statewide and local Democratic candidates will gather in Harrisonburg next month during this year's Labor Day fundraiser for the Harrisonburg and Rockingham County Democratic committees. The annual fundraiser will be held Sept.

Hearing In Heroin Case Postponed

A plea hearing for a Mount Jackson woman accused of possessing heroin that her husband purchased in Baltimore has been delayed until December. She was scheduled to accept a plea deal, but Judge Dennis Hupp postponed it at the request of Shenandoah County Commonwealth's Attorney Amanda Wiseley and Baxter's attorneys, Charles Ramsey of Woodstock and Allison Neal of Harrisonburg.

COMMENTARY: Charlottesville incident finally raised American public's consciousness

Brenda Diaz-Castro, holds a sign during a candlelight vigil on Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017, in Harrisonburg, Va. The vigil was held for the victims of the violence in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.

Our Doors Are Open

Manager and curator Adriana Hammond poses with some of her work from Tianjin, China, on display at the 150 Franklin Street Art Gallery. Owner Joanne Gabbin and manager and curator Adriana Hammond chat in the 150 Franklin Street Art Gallery on Aug. 9. Manager and curator Adriana Hammond poses with some of her work from Tianjin, China, on display at the 150 Franklin Street Art Gallery.

A Legacy That Lives On

Samuel Johnson and his wife, Margaret, check on the blueberry trees at their Hickory Hill Farm in November 2015. Johnson, who started the Harrisonburg Farmers Market, died Thursday at age 69 following a roughly five-year battle with cancer.

Pale Fire Unveils Bottling Line

Rita McClenny , president and CEO of the Virginia Tourism Corp., and Frank Tamberrino , president of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, listen to Ben Trumbo, the lead brewer at Pale Fire Brewing Co., talk about the company's new bottling line at the brewery on Friday. Tim Brady, founder and general manager of Pale Fire Brewing Co., talks about the brewery's new bottling line unveiled Friday.

Retrial Of Molestation Scrapped

The retrial of a Harrisonburg man accused of molesting a 9-year-old girl two years ago was scrapped Friday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Richard Allen Bird, 29, now plans to plead guilty Thursday as part of a plea agreement, prosecutors say.

Preparing For 'Moon'day

People line up on East Bruce Street for two blocks for the chance to get a free pair of eclipse glasses at the Massanutten Regional Library on South Main Street in downtown Harrisonburg on Friday at noon. The library passed out 250 glasses and had to turn away about half the people who waited in line.

COMMENTARY: Trump's racial legacy

Former Louisiana State Representative David Duke arrives to give remarks after a white nationalist protest was declared an unlawful assembly, Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, in Charlottesville, Va. The nationalists were holding the rally to protest plans by the city of Charlottesville to remove a statue of Confederate Gen.

Office Serves As Nerve Center In Fair Week Frenzy

A walkie talkie cracks, with a call for someone to bring a golf cart to an entrance to ferry some visitors where they want to go. Welcome to five minutes in the life of the Rockingham County Fair office - at about 1 p.m. Thursday, when it isn't even really busy yet.

Briggman Not Guilty Of Harassment

An Augusta County judge found Dave Briggman not guilty Thursday on two counts of computer harassment against a Nexus Services Inc. executive. Briggman, of Keezletown, is a former Nexus employee, and the charges stemmed from a complaint by Erik Schneider, the company's chief risk officer.

Standoff Case Enters Court

A Rockingham County judge scheduled a preliminary hearing Thursday for a Harrisonburg man accused of creating a standoff with police last year. Hassan Anthony Grant, 20, is charged with felony malicious wounding, felony property destruction and misdemeanor property destruction.

Elkton Downtown Planning To Dedicate Court To Graessle

Graessle, 19, was shot and killed outside The Commons on Port Republic Road in Harrisonburg on Dec. 23, 2012, by Dallas Chaplin, 24, of Staunton. The complex is now called The Hills: Northview.

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