DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Timberville Man Charged In Sat. Crash
  • #2 - NEW: $1 Million Mega Millions Ticket Sold In Broadway
  • #3 - Sentences Cut For Bath Salts Distributors
  • #4 - Brocks Gap To Get Wider Shoulders
  • #5 - Grady Back

SKYLINE

  • Red, White And Brew Festival In Broadway Postponed
  • Valley Fourth Celebration On Tap
  • James Madison Grads Heed The Call To Serve
  • Life Mistakes You Never Want To Make

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Chesapeake Bay Foundation Sues Va. Over Livestock Rules

    RICHMOND (AP) — A lawsuit is challenging Virginia rules governing large farm operations, arguing that waters feeding the Chesapeake Bay are being fouled by livestock. Read More

  • NEW: $1 Million Mega Millions Ticket Sold In Broadway

    HARRISONBURG — The Virginia Lottery reported this morning that someone purchased a $1 million ticket in Friday’s Mega Millions drawing from the 7-Eleven at 290 S. Main St. in Broadway. Read More

  • Blessings Bestowed

    HARRISONBURG — More than 120 Eritrean Orthodox Christians from as far away as Washington, D.C., and Charlotte, N.C., traveled to Harrisonburg on Saturday to celebrate the liturgy with their Bishop to the U.S. Read More

  • Vietnam Vets Tackle Issues

    HARRISONBURG — Don Hess thinks a contributing factor to today’s tight-knit Vietnam veterans groups is the alienation many of them initially faced upon returning home after their service. Read More

  • Sentences Cut For Bath Salts Distributors

    HARRISONBURG — The owner and an employee of the former Harrisonburg adult store Pamela’s Secrets will serve less time behind bars on their 2013 convictions in a federal bath salts case. Read More

  • Timberville Man Charged In Sat. Crash

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia State Police say a Timberville man is facing a charge of driving under the influence after he ran his truck off the road and flipped it over an embankment Saturday. Read More

  • Brocks Gap To Get Wider Shoulders

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia Department of Transportation officials hope to keep drivers on one Rockingham County road by widening it. Read More

  • City Seeking Stormwater Plan Comment

    HARRISONBURG — The city is looking for input from residents on its plan to clean up Harrisonburg-area waterways flowing into the Chesapeake Bay. Read More

  • Students Track School Spending With Apps

    HARRISONBURG — When designing programs for this year’s Apps4VA James Madison University competition, the winning teams had money on the brain. Read More

  • Thristy Rides

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Apartments Rise Around Friendly City

    HARRISONBURG — Unless you’re a college student, apartment options in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County for years were relegated mostly to city complexes and small developments in nearby towns.That’s no longer the case. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: How Best To Inspire Innovation

    Leaders drive innovation. Or block it. A recent survey of business leaders revealed that 94 percent of business leaders consider innovation key to their organizations’ success, but only 14 percent are confident about their organizations’ ability to drive innovation. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Grady Back

    HARRISONBURG — Grady Ruckman’s days as a professional golfer turned the Fort Defiance High School graduate off to the game he had grown up playing. Read More

  • Veterans Day In RCBL

    ELKTON — Midway through Sunday night’s Rockingham County Baseball League All-Star Game, the Legends found themselves still trailing the Futures. Read More

  • Valley League

    HARRISONBURG — Liberty University first baseman Austin Bream went 2-for-4 with two runs scored to lead Charles Town to a 3-2 win over Harrisonburg in a Valley Baseball League game Sunday. Read More

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