DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - City Woman Admits To Bilking Boss
  • #2 - Elkton Crash Sends 11-Year-Old To U.Va.
  • #3 - Introducing: Miss Wonka
  • #4 - Dancing Across The Keys: The 21st-Century Piano
  • #5 - See&Do Briefs

SKYLINE

  • Introducing: Miss Wonka
  • ‘Papercuts’ Set To Open March 2 At Duke Hall Gallery
  • Dancing Across The Keys: The 21st-Century Piano
  • See&Do Briefs

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Sale Of Bank Branches Approved

    HARRISONBURG — Federal and state regulators have approved the sale of six Virginia bank branches, including locations in Elkton and Woodstock, to a Strasburg-based community bank. Read More

  • NEW: State Budget Approved, Raises Included

    RICHMOND (AP) — Virginia lawmakers have approved a new state budget that includes a pay increases for state employees, boosts cash benefits for welfare recipients and gives Gov. Terry McAuliffe more money to spend on economic development. Read More

  • NEW: Gov. Signs Marijuana Legislation Into Law

    RICHMOND (AP) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed into law a measure that allows the use of derivatives of the marijuana plant for treating severe epilepsy. Read More

  • NEW: Snow Hits Valley Again

    HARRISONBURG — A small amount of snow hit the Shenandoah Valley this morning, leading once again to school closings. Read More

  • NEW: Va. Firm To Assist Auto Industry With Air Bag Issues

    DETROIT (AP) — The auto industry, fed up with slow progress toward finding the cause of air bags to explode with too much force, has hired a Virginia rocket science company to investigate the matter. Read More

  • Former Sheriff To Run For Page Supervisor

    LURAY — More than five years after being convicted of a federal felony racketeering charge, former Page County Sheriff Daniel W. Presgraves will make a new bid for public office. Read More

  • Sentencing Begins For Heroin Ring

    HARRISONBURG — Once they popped, they couldn’t stop. Read More

  • Making The Grade

    OTTOBINE — Visitors to Ann Komara’s fifth-grade classroom at Ottobine Elementary School can see evidence of her appreciation for military service members. Read More

  • Elkton Crash Sends 11-Year-Old To U.Va.

    HARRISONBURG — An 11-year-old boy is recovering from non-life-threatening injuries at the University of Virginia Medical Center after being struck by a car in Elkton Wednesday evening. Read More

  • School Board ‘Satisfied’ With Funding

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg City Public Schools will begin design plans for two new school buildings after City Council approved additional construction funding on Tuesday. Read More

  • City Woman Admits To Bilking Boss

    HARRISONBURG — A city woman entered a plea agreement Wednesday admitting guilt to embezzling and forging checks from the doctor’s office where she was employed. Read More

  • Exploring The Universe

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg High School students found a way to bring the solar system indoors using cardboard, a projector and a few strategically placed mirrors. Read More

  • New United Way Office ‘In The Center Of It All’

    HARRISONBURG — More than 50 people united Wednesday afternoon to welcome a leading nonprofit organization to downtown Harrisonburg. Read More

  • HOMETOWN PORT REPUBLIC: ‘Town Hall’ Remodel Nearly Complete

    PORT REPUBLIC — If walls could talk, the chatter heard inside one historic Port Republic building would be deafening. Read More

  • HOMETOWN GROTTOES: Batter Up!

    GROTTOES — Spend just part of an evening at the Batting Cave and you may ask yourself: What took so long? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Three Relatively Random Thoughts

    We live in a world of constant information. Consider this: On average, there are approximately 600 million opinions shared daily on Facebook and Twitter alone. This is before you take into account traditional media outlets, including television, newspapers, radio stations and the advertisements scattered throughout all of them. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Investors On The Post-Recession Plan

    HARRISONBURG — For stock market investors in October 2007, the sky seemed to be the limit. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor’s 500 reached all-time highs on Oct. 9, and on the last day of the month the NASDAQ Composite reached its highest point since the tech bubble burst in 2000. Then, the sky fell. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Playoffs A Mess

    HARRISONBURG – A day after the 3A West region pushed back its girls’ basketball tournament to finish conference games, the boys followed suit with scheduling changes Wednesday as snow threatened play-in games originally scheduled for tonight. Read More

  • JMU Falls Hard

    WILMINGTON, N.C. – The share of first place in the CAA and any momentum that James Madison gained with a five-game winning streak crumbled away in the opening minutes at UNC-Wilmington on Wednesday night. Read More

  • A Royal Flush?

    HARRISONBURG — Eastern Mennonite University men’s basketball coach Kirby Dean said he packed four suits for this week’s Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament: one for Wednesday night’s awards banquet and one for each game he expects the Royals to play in. Read More

  • Longwood Beats JMU In Baseball, 6-5

    HARRISONBURG – Longwood scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning to secure a come-from-behind victory over James Madison 6-5 in a non-conference college baseball game Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

  • EMU’s Falk Named All-ODAC

    HARRISONBURG – Eastern Mennonite University center David Falk was named to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference first team on Wednesday at the league’s awards banquet in Salem. Read More

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