DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - NEW: Stanley Man Charged In Shooting
  • #2 - Wal-Mart To Bring Grocery Store To Stone Port
  • #3 - Ramblin’ Man
  • #4 - HPD: Thieves Hit Cars In Church Lots
  • #5 - Clementine To Host Wild Hearts On New Year’s Eve

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  • Ramblin’ Man
  • Bringing A Piece Of The Past To VFW Post 9660
  • Clementine To Host Wild Hearts On New Year’s Eve
  • Family Time And Festive Treats

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Harrisonburg Mural Competition Ongoing

    HARRISONBURG — Residents of Harrisonburg are being asked to select a mural design to add a splash of color to a downtown parking deck. Read More

  • NEW: Va. Shortens Process For Felons To Seek Rights Restoration

    RICHMOND (AP) — Virginia is taking additional steps to make it easier for convicted felons to regain their voting rights. Read More

  • NEW: JMU Investigating Hacked Website

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison University is investigating an incident of unauthorized access to the school’s online network, which potentially affected about 2,800 current and former employees, the university announced today. Read More

  • NEW: Stanley Man Charged In Shooting

    HARRISONBURG — The Page County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shooting in Stanley this morning, and a suspect has been arrested. Read More

  • NEW: Va. Delegate Resigns After Sex Crime Conviction

    RICHMOND (AP) — A Virginia Democratic state lawmaker is resigning from office after recently entering a plea in connection with accusations that he had an improper sexual relationship with a teenager. Read More

  • NEW: Houston Man Sentenced In H'burg For Human Trafficking

    HARRISONBURG — A Houston man will serve 15 months in prison for trafficking undocumented immigrants through the United States. Read More

  • NEW: Va. GOP Leader To Propose Athletic Fee Cap

    RICHMOND (AP) — Virginia state House Republican Majority Leader Kirk Cox says he wants to limit the amount of mandatory fees public universities can collect from students to pay for athletic programs. Read More

  • Valley Pols Cautious On Gov.’s Plans

    HARRISONBURG — Valley lawmakers are pleased with some of the proposed budget amendments Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Wednesday, while expressing concern about other recommendations. Read More

  • Husband Charged In Death

    HARRISONBURG — The Page County Sheriff’s Office announced a new set of charges Wednesday against a father and son linked to the death of Joy Schultz, whose body was found in Rockingham County in late October. Read More

  • Wal-Mart To Bring Grocery Store To Stone Port

    HARRISONBURG — Retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will continue to expand its presence in the area as it is working to bring its standalone grocery-store concept to the Stone Port mixed-use development. Read More

  • From Biology To Law Enforcement

    HARRISONBURG — When J.R. Dodd started college 24 years ago, he had aspirations of becoming a wildlife biologist. Read More

  • Work Begins On New Park In Bridgewater

    After months of waiting, the next phase of Bridgewater’s Generations Park is finally coming to fruition. Read More

  • Judge Won’t Dismiss Suit

    HARRISONBURG — A federal judge in Harrisonburg has denied an attempt by attorneys for Shenandoah Academy to have a lawsuit filed by a former teacher against the city facility thrown out. Read More

  • Bittersweet Departure

    HARRISONBURG — Shank’s Bakery, which provided morning fuel for many downtown workers and residents and sweet treats desired by children and adults for more than nine years, is closing. Read More

  • Bella Luna Owners To Take Over, Add Gelato, Ice Cream

    HARRISONBURG — Though a nearly decade-old bakery staple is leaving downtown, the new tenant at the site expects to continue providing pastries and artisan baked goods and add gelato and ice cream to the mix. Read More

  • Grant Helps MRL Preserve History

    HARRISONBURG — Massanutten Regional Library received a $6,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities that will go to the Harrisonburg branch’s genealogy and local history collection. Read More

  • HPD: Thieves Hit Cars In Church Lots

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department is looking for information on a string of vehicle break-ins from church parking lots. Read More

  • Shenandoah Valley Business Journal: 10 Under 40

    Throughout the fall, we asked members of the community to nominate up-and-coming business people. After whittling the list of nearly 40 nominees down to just 10 names, we present the winners. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Dukes Dump Ball St.

    MUNCIE, Ind. — Early on, James Madison guard Ron Curry’s emphatic block of Ball State’s Zavier Turner and a quick transition for a score seemed to be a bit of a tone-setter Wednesday at Worthen Arena. Read More

  • Lee All-American

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison quarterback Vad Lee added to his accolades on Wednesday, but maybe more impressive is the fact that the Georgia Tech transfer set numerous school records while in a considerable amount of pain. Read More

  • QB? Try Tight End At JMU

    HARRISONBURG — En route to an appearance in the 2A state title game this season, Wilson Memorial High School quarterback Mack Cullen was more battering ram than passer. Read More

  • Royal Rookies

    HARRISONBURG — Eastern Mennonite University freshman wing Jerome Jones said he came to Harrisonburg with a chip on his shoulder. Read More

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