DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Man Flown To U.Va. After Crash
  • #2 - Yes, Confederate Flag Is Racist
  • #3 - A Fine Muddle Of A Race
  • #4 - Eagle Fest Supports Teens’ Families
  • #5 - Lawsuit Filed

SKYLINE

  • A Ride Through The Valley’s History
  • What I Remember Most About The Flood
  • Finding The Trigger Point
  • Happy Birthday, Bushong

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TOP STORIES

  • City, County Firefighters Have Busy Year

    HARRISONBURG — Valley firefighters have had a busy year. Harrisonburg and Rockingham County fire officials say the number of calls they’ve run so far this year has surpassed the amount recorded over the same period in 2014, and is on track to reach historically high levels. Read More

  • At Doah Fest, Time To Unplug

    LURAY — At a music festival in Page County this weekend, the best seat in the house was on the water. Read More

  • City Police Prep For National Night Out

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department will take part in the 32nd annual National Night Out on Tuesday. Read More

  • A Fine Muddle Of A Race

    DAYTON — Since 2012, participants have raced through mud, ice, obstacles and even Cooks Creek to support veterans. Read More

  • Registration Open For Labor Day 5K

    BRIDGEWATER — For the fifth year, Bridgewater is hosting a family-friendly 5K race to accompany its long-running Labor Day celebration. Read More

  • Eagle Fest Supports Teens’ Families

    ELKTON — The East Rock community came together once again for the families of East Rockingham High School juniors Trey Roach and Ethan Zander. Read More

  • Man Flown To U.Va. After Crash

    HARRISONBURG — Police say a man was flown to the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville when his pickup truck hit a tree and overturned northwest of Timberville on Sunday morning. Read More

  • Wild Virginia Taps New Director

    HARRISONBURG — Wild Virginia’s newest conservation director will discuss the Charlottesville-based nonprofit’s upcoming plans at a talk in Harrisonburg this month. Read More

  • Romantic Ride

  • REAL ESTATE: An Invisible Gorilla And Objective Third Parties

    Imagine six kids in a circle passing a basketball around when a man in a gorilla suit walks right into the middle and waves hello. Would you notice the gorilla? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Minimizing Risk: Safety No Accident

    HARRISONBURG — Outside the offices of Riddleberger Brothers Inc. is a sign promoting the company’s current safety record. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Bucks Reach Semis

    CLOVER HILL – Bridgewater College rising senior Brendan Howell hit a grand-slam home run to help lift No. 2 seed Clover Hill to a 9-5 win over seventh-seeded Montezuma in a Rockingham County Baseball League playoff game Saturday at Buck Bowman Park. Read More

  • LEE’S WAY

    BALTIMORE – For the second straight year, James Madison’s players at Colonial Athletic Association media day last week were the only team representatives wearing a suit and tie. Read More

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