DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Returning To His Roots
  • #2 - 3-Star QB To JMU
  • #3 - A Matter Of Free Speech Or Zoning?
  • #4 - Up Early With The Chickens
  • #5 - Caution Flag

SKYLINE

  • A Blended Effort
  • Up Early With The Chickens
  • Going Retro
  • PC Spring Cleaning, Part 1

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TOP STORIES

  • A Matter Of Free Speech Or Zoning?

    HARRISONBURG — A Harrisonburg church is declaring victory after retaining the right to display its anti-abortion signs. Read More

  • Returning To His Roots

    HARRISONBURG — Spotswood High School is getting a new principal this summer, but for him, it will feel like coming home. Read More

  • Caution Flag

    HARRISONBURG — The latest ordinances proposed by Rockingham County to regulate motocross tracks have struck a nerve among residents. Read More

  • Firefighters Battle 75-Acre Blaze

    SHENANDOAH — About 75 firefighters have been battling a blaze that started Monday evening in the forest near Shenandoah National Park. Read More

  • Prison Not Off Table

    SUGAR GROVE, W.Va. — The West Virginia Division of Corrections plans to find the money needed to convert the closing Sugar Grove Navy base into a women’s prison from its current operating budget. Read More

  • GOP Fights Nod Ruling

    HARRISONBURG — Valley Republicans are continuing their legal battle to put the candidate nomination process in the hands of top party officials. Read More

  • Higher Sewer Rates In Grottoes Budget

    GROTTOES — The town’s new wastewater-treatment plant means higher sewer rates for Grottoes residents, according to the town’s proposed fiscal 2016 budget. Read More

  • Community Colleges Get Donation

    WEYERS CAVE — In an effort to increase the number of Virginians with post-secondary education, 14 of the state’s rural community colleges received a boost Tuesday. Read More

  • Gone Fishin'

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: The Business Of Agribusiness

    HARRISONBURG — When Lareth May needs something for his Timberville farm, he often drives no farther than Harrisonburg to get it. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: The Problem With Shapes

    My youngest son, Emmett, is just a little over a year old. For a few months now, he has been playing with shape sorting toys. You know the type — a cube or table with a series of holes and corresponding blocks. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Leadership Character Pays Big Dividends

    In the wake of numerous media reports that unethical business leaders do damage to their organizations, it would appear that a relevant question would be whether the opposite is also true — whether firms with principled leaders perform better. The April issue of Harvard Business Review explores that question, and finds that the answer is “yes.” Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • 3-Star QB To JMU

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison may have found its quarterback of the future. Read More

  • Dukes Appear Relaxed

    HARRISONBURG – Near the end of the James Madison softball team’s practice Monday, junior pitcher Jailyn Ford – playfully snagging fly balls during batting practice – ranged back, leapt up and snared an impressive shot ticketed for the lawn beyond the left-field wall at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

  • Knight Just Perfect

    BRIDGEWATER – As dark clouds ominously filled the sky above Turner Ashby High School’s softball field, junior right-hander Natalie Helmick admitted she began to feel some nerves in the circle Tuesday against R.E. Lee. Read More

  • Blazers Edge HHS In Eighth

    HARRISONBURG – Spotswood High School’s baseball team suffered seven one-run losses last season with a young roster, but the Trailblazers’ fortunes appear to be changing. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    BRIDGEWATER — Sophomore forward Iain Slater and junior forward Cross Pearson each scored three goals to help Turner Ashby High School rout R.E. Lee 9-0 in a Valley District boys’ soccer game Tuesday in Bridgewater. Read More

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