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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
6th District Republicans Choose Cline

After months of infighting, the more than 2,200 Republicans who descended upon Harrisonburg this weekend chose Del. Ben Cline as the party's nominee to represent Virginia's 6th Congressional District.

Religion Briefs: May 19

The Madison Singers, an advanced chamber choral ensemble from James Madison University, will perform at Asbury United Methodist Church as part of their 2018 spring tour. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, at the church, located at 205 S. Main St. in Harrisonburg.

VDOT To Work On I-81 Exit 247 Ramp Next Week

The Virginia Department of Transportation will conduct lane and ramp closures on Interstate 81 this week in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. The on-ramp from U.S. 33 at Exit 247 to Interstate 81 southbound will close Monday for paving.

School Site In Sight? JMU Selling Right-Sized Parcel For Second City High School

Areader of the Daily News-Record emailed us a news tip this week that James Madison University is selling 56 acres off South Main Street to Harrisonburg on which the city would build its second high school. As we reported in Wednesday's edition, it remains to be seen whether that is, in fact, the future of the property at 2868 S. Main St. Members of City Council and School Board who we reached declined to comment, and JMU spokesman Bill Wyatt said the university's governing body agreed to sell the property on April 27 for $5 million to an undisclosed buyer.

Defendant In Resort Suit Deployed

A federal lawsuit claiming Massanutten Resort failed to take reasonable efforts to protect women visiting the McGaheysville vacation destination appears to have hit a snag. A 26-year-old West Virginia woman claims she was sexually assaulted by a massage therapist at the resort in 2014.

Waiting Game

Andrii Humaniuk of Harrisonburg catches a break in the rain as he sits on the banks of Lake Shenandoah after work on Friday and waits for the fish to bite.

Women Poorly Represented In Local Office

Only 26 percent of elected local officials are women. They fill 21 of 79 positions in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, including constitutional offices and the Soil and Water Conservation District board of directors.

Report: Immigrants Add $780M To Area GDP

Osman Ahmed, owner of Roz Hi-Tech, works on a customer's computer on Thursday. Local immigrants, including Ahmed, earned $257.2 million and contributed $780.5 million of the region's gross domestic product in 2016, a report says.

Library Branches Tackle Food Insecurity With Annual Drive

Marie McIntyre shops for food at the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank in Verona to supply Staunton's Bethel Seventh-Day Adventist Church's food pantry. Donations from the Massanutten Regional Library branches will benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.

More Than An Apple

In the past week, Harrisonburg and Rockingham County named their Educators of the Year, one teacher from every school in each division. From among those, one from each division was selected for the Lucy F. Simms Educator of the Year awards, which were distributed on Thursday.

Educators Of The Year

Chris Grim , a first-grade teacher at Fulks Run Elementary School, corrects Rockingham County Schools Superintendent Oskar Scheikl on the number of years she's worked at the school. Grim received the Lucy F. Simms Educator of the Year Award on Thursday.

Cookies, Cops And Kids

When Grace Holsopple learned her kindergartners would be having lunch with police officers Thursday, she thought one or two members of the Harrisonburg Police Department might show up. But the excitement level of the 5-year-olds in her class raised to a fever pitch when about a dozen Harrisonburg officers entered Keister Elementary School's cafeteria for "Cookie with a Cop."

Storms Pack Powerful Punch

Powerful storms pounded the central Shenandoah Valley Monday and Tuesday, knocking down trees and power lines. Emergency officials say although the Harrisonburg area dodged a bullet, there are more, potentially damaging storms on the way.

City Left With Lone Park Proposal

Harrisonburg is reviewing a proposal that calls for building a 1.2-acre, $2.5 million park on city-owned land west of City Hall in between South Main and South Liberty streets. Harrisonburg is reviewing a proposal that calls for building a 1.2-acre, $2.5 million park on city-owned land west of City Hall in between South Main and South Liberty streets.

Strawberry Festival A Sweet Treat With A Sweet Cause

The Harrisonburg Strawberry Festival takes place in the parking lot of Harrisonburg City Hall. This year's event is the third iteration.

Elkton's Valley Banner Closing

The Valley Banner first rolled off the press in 1966, more than a half-century ago. On June 7, its final issue will hit readers' homes.

Kizner Highlights Successes

City Schools Superintendent Scott Kizner highlighted the division's accomplishments Tuesday at the Harrisonburg Education Foundation's Breakfast of Champions. Kizner, speaking to a crowd of roughly 120 in his "state of the schools" address, reflected on the past year during the annual breakfast at the James Madison University Festival Conference and Student Center.

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