DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Fatal Crash Kills Two, Injures State Trooper
  • #2 - Eagles To Play
  • #3 - County Schools Honored
  • #4 - City Group Protests Violence
  • #5 - A Very Simple Goal: Advance

SKYLINE

  • Music For The Ages
  • In Praise Of The Unsung Heroes
  • Memorial Day Events On Tap
  • Fishing Rodeo Casts Eye On Lake Life

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Bridge Inspection To Close I-81 Lanes Tonight

    HARRISONBURG — The Virginia Department of Transportation will close lanes on Interstate 81 tonight for a bridge inspection over the North River. Read More

  • NEW: City Girl At National Spelling Bee

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg student Mary Elizabeth Vaughan, 11, is in the midst of preliminaries for the 2015 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., this week. Read More

  • 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

  • Fatal Crash Kills Two, Injures State Trooper

    PAGE COUNTY — Virginia State Police say a crash involving one of its troopers claimed the lives of two people in Page County on Monday afternoon. Read More

  • Veterans Urged To ‘Not Give Up’

    HARRISONBURG — Mount Crawford evangelist Steve Wingfield wants veterans to know they’re not alone. Read More

  • Ruritan Raising Park Funds

    MOUNT CRAWFORD — For many years, Mount Crawford had no park facilities for its residents to enjoy. That changed in 2011 when the Ruritan Club raised enough money to open the Mount Crawford Area Community Park. Read More

  • Two Decades Of Service

    SINGERS GLEN — According to Cindy Wittig, a member of the Singers Glen Volunteer Rescue Squad, the process of getting emergency medical services to the Rockingham County community of fewer than 1,000 began over a question of straw. Read More

  • Disaster Seminars Planned

    HARRISONBURG — Officials with the Harrisonburg Salvation Army are in search of volunteers who can spring into action after a disaster. Read More

  • City Group Protests Violence

    HARRISONBURG — About 35 people gathered in Court Square on Saturday for a vigil protesting the deaths of young black men that has made news in Baltimore, New York and other cities across the country over the last year. Read More

  • County Schools Honored

    HARRISONBURG — Students and faculty in three Rockingham County schools have more reason to celebrate beyond the fact that their summer vacations are just weeks away. Read More

  • Eagles To Play

  • 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

  • A Very Simple Goal: Advance

    HARRISONBURG — A spot in the 3A West regionals is on the line today when the top-seeded Turner Ashby High School baseball team faces fourth-seeded Spotswood in Waynesboro, but coach Andrew Armstrong apparently isn’t letting that fact bug him. Read More

  • Chappell-Dick Third In D-3 Track

    CANTON, N.Y. – Eastern Mennonite University junior Hannah Chappell-Dick placed third in the 1,500 meters at the NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships on Saturday. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Freshman catcher Constance Komara went 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs to lead fifth-seeded Harrisonburg High School to a 6-3 win over fourth-seeded Charlottesville in a Conference 23 softball quarterfinal game Monday. Read More

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