DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - HPD Believes It Has ID’d Body On Tracks
  • #2 - Valley Police Braced As Manhunt Dragged On
  • #3 - Alison Parker Remembered As A ‘Mentor, Friend’
  • #4 - ‘A Day Of Mixed Emotions’
  • #5 - In TV Shooting, A Volatile, Angry Man ‘Waiting To Go BOOM’

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  • NEW: Police ID Body Found On Tracks

    HARRISONBURG — City police have identified the body discovered along railroad tracks Tuesday morning as Michael Alen Meyer, 60. Read More

  • NEW: Four Arrested In Mount Jackson Meth Lab Raid

    Four Valley residents were arrested Wednesday following a raid by Shenandoah County sheriff’s deputies of a suspected meth lab in a Mount Jackson area trailer park. Read More

  • NEW: Community Club To Hold Fundraiser For Picnic Shelter

    HARRISONBURG — The Briery Branch Community Club will host a lawn party on Saturday to raise funds for a new picnic shelter. Read More

  • Alison Parker Remembered As A ‘Mentor, Friend’

    HARRISONBURG — Ryan Parkhurst remembers Alison Parker as a young journalist determined to do everything she could to provide the best story possible. Read More

  • Valley Police Braced As Manhunt Dragged On

    HARRISONBURG — The news that the man suspected of killing two Roanoke-based television journalists Wednesday morning was thought to be heading toward Harrisonburg put local officials on high alert. Read More

  • HPD Believes It Has ID’d Body On Tracks

    HARRISONBURG — Police have found no signs of foul play in their investigation of the death of a man whose body was found on railroad tracks in the city on Tuesday morning. Read More

  • Passenger Attacks City Taxi Driver

    WAYNESBORO — The Waynesboro Police Department reported Tuesday that its officers arrested a Nelson County man Sunday evening after he attacked the driver of a Harrisonburg cab in which he was riding. Read More

  • HPD Gets Green Light For Drone

    HARRISONBURG — On Tuesday night, City Council agreed to let the Harrisonburg Police Department purchase an unmanned aerial drone. Read More

  • ‘A Day Of Mixed Emotions’

    HARRISONBURG — Mike Bernier was fraught with emotion as he dropped off his son, Zachary Bernier, and nephew, Paul, at James Madison University. Read More

  • New Market Group Raising Funds For Vets Memorial

    A New Market group dedicated to helping veterans is raising money for a permanent thank-you to local soldiers. Read More

  • In TV Shooting, A Volatile, Angry Man ‘Waiting To Go BOOM’

    Long before he filmed himself gunning down a TV reporter and cameraman during a live news broadcast this morning, the man identified as the killer followed a twisted and volatile career path that saw him fired from at least two stations for conflicts with co-workers, leaving colleagues with memories of an “off-kilter” loner easily angered by office humor. Read More

  • 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

  • ‘All About Exposure’

    HARRISONBURG — On Sept. 12, 24-year-old Matt DiBenedetto will climb into his James Madison University-themed Toyota Camry and compete in the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway. Read More

  • Flames Showing ‘Fire’

    HARRISONBURG – Upon seeing his team fall behind 5-0 in the opening 10 minutes of a VISAA Division II state quarterfinal game last year against Highland, Eastern Mennonite High School boys’ soccer coach Ben Roth Shank recalled being consumed by a feeling of “befuddlement.” Read More

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