DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Election Is About Our Economy
  • #2 - Clint Black Cancels Fair Appearance
  • #3 - Blazers Win
  • #4 - Not A Farmer, But...
  • #5 - Gobblers Fall Hard

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TOP STORIES

  • Council To Reduce Real Estate Tax Hike

    HARRISONBURG — City Council will vote Monday at a special meeting to cut the real estate tax rate. Read More

  • Not A Farmer, But...

    HARRISONBURG — When Gov. Terry McAuliffe needed a new commissioner to lead Virginia’s agricultural agency, Sandra J. “Sandy” Adams wasn’t sure she was right for the job. Read More

  • Goodlatte Opposes Overtime Proposal

    HARRISONBURG — U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte hit on issues ranging from a nuclear deal with Iran to a proposal to expand the number of people eligible for overtime pay during a stop in Harrisonburg on Friday. Read More

  • Science Center Work Near End

    HARRISONBURG — Boxes still line the hallways and classrooms of Eastern Mennonite University’s Suter Science Center East, but administrators say students will be inside regardless on Tuesday. Read More

  • Teacher’s Art Makes The Grade

    HARRISONBURG — Skyline Middle School art teacher Holly Kincaid displays her students’ work around her classroom, in the hallways and on her Capitol of Creativity blog. Read More

  • Town Issues Drought Warning

    STRASBURG — Strasburg has instituted a drought warning after water levels in the North Fork of the Shenandoah River dropped to 111 cubic feet per second late last week. Read More

  • Training Sessions For Anderson 5K Start Today

    HARRISONBURG — To help runners prepare for its annual Sherry Burcham Anderson 5K Walk-Run, the Harrisonburg Education Foundation is conducting training sessions every Saturday. Read More

  • Shenandoah Schools Committee Readies Capacity Report

    WOODSTOCK — Bigger classes and new modular classrooms are some potential solutions to school overcrowding that were discussed at a School Population and Capacity Exploration Committee meeting in Woodstock this week. Read More

  • Clint Black Cancels Fair Appearance

    WOODSTOCK — A veteran country star scheduled to appear at the Shenandoah County Fair on Thursday canceled his appearance after suffering a back injury in Canada last week. Read More

  • Singers Glen Precinct Undergoes Changes

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Voter Registrar’s Office has mailed voter cards to all voters in the 201-Singers Glen precinct informing them of the change in location for the Nov. 3 general election. Read More

  • High School Football Scores

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Future Now For Distance Learning

    WEYERS CAVE — Students from around Virginia are getting veterinary technician associate degrees from Blue Ridge Community College though they rarely set foot on campus. Read More

  • INVESTMENTS: Four Things I Think ... I Think

    If you’ve read these articles in the past, you might be able to guess this opening paragraph. If this is the first article I’ve written that you’ve ever read, I generally use this forum, especially around this time of year, to poke fun at the talking heads, the prognosticators, the experts … those who make predictions without data or context. Read More

  • 2015 Rockingham County Fair Results

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Blazers Win

    ELKTON – Featured on the Spotswood High School football team’s resigned silver helmets is a sword-wielding Trailblazer on horseback with a golden horseshoe serving as a backdrop. Read More

  • Gobblers Fall Hard

    BROADWAY — At least 10 yards separated Tristen Boyer from the nearest Western Albemarle High School defender. Read More

  • HHS Blanks Glass

    LYNCHBURG – Last season, Harrisonburg High School’s football team struggled to stop anybody. Friday in their season opener, the Blue Streaks looked like a new and improved defense. Read More

  • Staunton River Blasts Knights

    BRIDGEWATER — The Turner Ashby High School football team thought it would have its hands full trying to slow down Staunton River’s single-wing offense. Read More

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