DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Take Down Those Confederate Flags
  • #2 - JMU Freshman Transfers
  • #3 - From NYC To Friendly City
  • #4 - Teen Recovering From Luray Fire
  • #5 - Canine Capers: Theater Group To Stage ‘Go, Dog. Go!’

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  • From NYC To Friendly City
  • Folk Tales Come To Life At Court Square
  • Canine Capers: Theater Group To Stage ‘Go, Dog. Go!’
  • See&Do Briefs

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TOP STORIES

  • Teen Recovering From Luray Fire

    HARRISONBURG — A Page County teenager is in stable condition at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville after a fire ripped through her family’s home north of Luray a week ago, a hospital representative said Wednesday. Read More

  • A Librarian Of All Trades

    HARRISONBURG — After 44 years and about five different titles, Beryl Brubaker packed up her last office at Eastern Mennonite University this week. Read More

  • Jobless Rates Rise For May

    HARRISONBURG — Unemployment rose throughout the region in May, as it usually does, as newly minted college graduates hit the workforce faster than they could be absorbed. Read More

  • Applications Open For City’s Citizen Academy

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg residents can discover the inner workings of city government by attending its 10th annual Citizen Academy beginning in August. Read More

  • Strasburg Shooting Trial Set

    WOODSTOCK — A November trial has been set for a Strasburg man accused of killing a Maryland man he met the day before at a wedding reception last year. Read More

  • Never Too Early At MTC

    HARRISONBURG — Some Valley youths are choosing to go back to the classroom this summer, albeit not to read and write. Read More

  • Cooling Assistance Available To Low-Income Residents

    HARRISONBURG — With the temperature rising as summer gets under way, the Virginia Department of Social Services is offering some households relief from the swelter. Read More

  • Fourth Of July Revelry Set Around Shenandoah County

    The towns of Basye, Strasburg and Woodstock will offer Shenandoah County residents and visitors plenty of eats and explosions to celebrate the Fourth of July this weekend. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Blazing New Trails In The Valley

    HARRISONBURG — To say that all trails lead to Back Home on the Farm would be a gross overstatement. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: 1,122 Words About Asphalt

    In July, a group of officials is expected to gather to cut a ribbon in celebration of the opening of 6.1 miles of pavement. The Southeast Connector creates a link among every commercial corridor from Va. 42 to Spotswood Trail and stands as a largely overlooked and underestimated infrastructure change. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • JMU Freshman Transfers

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison’s basketball team is in the market for a transfer. Read More

  • Sizzling Turks Beat Rebs, 5-4

    HARRISONBURG – As Wingate University’s Shane Billings leisurely trotted down the third-base line at Veterans Memorial Park, he pumped his right fist in elation. Read More

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