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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
David Rowen Releases Throwback Mash-Up with Chelsea M from NBC's The Voice

Actor and musician David Rowen has produced a new music video for his YouTube channel, davidrowen/creative , featuring two classic songs from the early 2000s. He blends together the chart-topping piano ballad, "A Thousand Miles," by Vanessa Carlton , and the platinum punk anthem, "Ocean Avenue," by Yellowcard released in 2002 and 2003, respectively.

Judge Schedules Teleguz To Die

Virginia plan's to execute the 37-year-old Ukrainian national on April 25 for the death of his ex-girlfriend, 20-year-old Stephanie Sipe. "I hope it will bring some closure to Stephanie Sipe's family," said Rockingham County Commonwealth's Attorney Marsha Garst.

Student Complex Eyes Expansion

In the latest case in point, the developer of Campus View Apartments on Reservoir Street wants to expand for the second time in as many years in an effort to attract more students from James Madison University. The off-campus housing complex, which opened with 120 units in 2012-13 and expanded last year to 144, now wants to add another 24 units, bringing the total to 168, Davis Mill LLC partner Guy Blundon said on Thursday.

Worth 1,000 Words

Eight out of 130 essays written by students in Rockingham and Page counties and Harrisonburg were selected to be read at the Massanutten Regional Library in Harrisonburg on Thursday. The readings were part of the 21st annual Robert B. and Gladys Hopkins Strickler Honored Teacher Essay Contest.

No Action On Timberville Development

A decision on possible changes to a struggling Timberville housing development isn't likely to be made for at least two months. The Planning Commission had been scheduled to meet Wednesday to discuss a master plan change that would lift the age restriction on The Summit, also known as Living Waters.

Police: Missing Prince William County Girl Found Safe

Makayla was found in the company of Meiti Metsla, 21, who has since been arrested for a Prince William County police felony charge of using a communication device to solicit certain offenses involving children. During the investigation into Makayla's disappearance, detectives learned of inappropriate online conversations involving Meiti Metsla.

Class Action Complaint Filed Against Nexus

A class action lawsuit claims a Verona-based company takes advantage of immigrants released on federal detention bonds by charging inflated prices - about $10,000 in year one - and threatening incarceration if they don't pay. The federal lawsuit against Libre by Nexus was filed on Feb. 15 in California by a Washington, D.C., law firm on behalf of two Honduran natives, Juan Quintanilla Vasquez and Gabriela Perdomo Ortiz.

Fire Breaks Out At City's Church Of Christ

Harrisonburg firefighters investigate a fire that broke out at 4 a.m. Wednesday at the Church of Christ on Maryland Avenue. A malfunctioning fan vent caused the fire.

Supervisors Deny Cell Tower Request

On Wednesday, the Rockingham County Board of Supervisors denied a request by Verizon Wireless for a 199-foot tower beyond a cul-de-sac on Three Leagues Road. Supervisors Pablo Cuevas, Mike Breeden, Rick Chandler, Bill Kyger and Fred Eberly voted to deny the request.

Book Review: The Fifth New York Cavalry in the Civil War

Vincent Burns' book is based on a war journal kept by Louis N. Boudrye, the 5th New York Cavalry's chaplain. He also combed through letters, newspaper accounts and other material to compile a comprehensive history of one of the war's longest-serving cavalry units.

Presenting a New Revelation to Cleanse Your Heart and Mind

This book encourages people to cleanse their hearts and minds so their spiritual connection to God will be strengthened and sustained. A fresh new outlook on spiritual enlightenment is at your fingertips courtesy of author Timothy Leigh Walker and his profound new book, ' '.

The Perfect Pairing

A variety of tequilas sit ready on a shelf at the downstairs bar at Magnolia's Tacos & Tequila Bar in downtown Harrisonburg on Monday evening. Magnolia's head bartender Kyle House pours a drink for Austin Welch , Allison Nickens and Bridget Nickens, all of Harrisonburg, on Monday evening.

County School Division Eyes Teacher Raises

At Monday's meeting, the School Board learned that it would cost between $2.1 million to $3.2 million annually to put its teaching salaries more in line with surrounding divisions. The board is considering the raises as it prepares Rockingham County Public Schools' budget for the 2018 fiscal year, which starts July 1. Cheryl Mast, Rockingham County Public Schools' director of school finance, presented two salary plans on Monday.

Dogs rescued from meat market arrive in U.S.

The dogs were rescued by the Soi Dog Foundation, a non-profit based out of Thailand. They arrived on Thursday at Anicira in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where they will be put in foster homes to work on socialization and house-training skills before becoming available for adoption.

JMU Professor, Students Seek Info On Harris House

Two James Madison University students and their professor are attempting to fill a gap in Harrisonburg's history by researching a house that once sat on South Main Street. A year ago, students in assistant professor Philip Herrington's class began researching the Warren-Sipe House, which was built at 301 S. Main St. in 1854 and 1855 by lawyer E.T.H. Warren.

Saturday Night Fever

Contra dancers promenade down the floor. Local nonprofit organization Shenandoah Valley Contra Dance organizes and holds the monthly Dayton contra dance on the second Saturday of each month, as well as Monday night contra dances each week rotating between Emmanuel Episcopal Church and the Massanetta Springs Conference Center in Harrisonburg.

Immigration A Hot Topic At City Rally

Drums pounded rhythmically, chants arose and poetry was read, but until the very end the name "Trump" did not come up. But Monday night's rally of about 120 people at Court Square - organizers called it a Presidents Day "revival" - was definitely not in favor of the policies of President Donald Trump, sworn in exactly four weeks previously with intense support and protest by the American public.

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