DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Food Truck Opens Its Doors To Feed The Homeless
  • #2 - Youth Football League Announces Changes
  • #3 - Blaze Likely Sparked By Heater
  • #4 - Moving Back Home
  • #5 - Google Tricks: Part III

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  • Moving Back Home
  • Google Tricks: Part III
  • Artistically Inclined
  • Introducing: Miss Wonka

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: First High-Profile Republican Enters '16 Race

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has created an exploratory committee to run for president, becoming the first high-profile Republican candidate to formally enter the 2016 presidential contest. Read More

  • NEW: Baseball's Return To Grottoes Imminent

    GROTTOES — A public hearing is set for Monday on the lease of a baseball diamond for Grottoes’ new Rockingham County Baseball League team. Read More

  • Debate Goes On Over Sex Assault Bills

    HARRISONBURG — A national debate on how campus sexual assaults are handled has led to newly proposed standards for Virginia’s public colleges and universities. Read More

  • Blaze Likely Sparked By Heater

    HARRISONBURG — A piece of furniture that sat on top of a heater appears to have been the cause of Saturday’s apartment complex fire on Chicago Avenue, Harrisonburg Fire Chief Larry Shifflett said Monday. Read More

  • A Landmark Occasion

    HARRISONBURG — Newtown Cemetery joined the ranks of the nationally historic last week. Read More

  • Harrisonburg Police Probe Break-In

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department descended on Pleasant Hill Road and canvassed surrounding side streets Monday morning in search of two men suspected of breaking into an apartment on Colonial Drive. Read More

  • City Awards Contract For New Bridge

    HARRISONBURG — The city has selected Hammond-Mitchell Inc. of Covington as the contractor to replace a downtown bridge. Read More

  • Waynesboro Cops Seek Suspect With City Ties

    HARRISONBURG — The Waynesboro Police Department seeks help in locating a convicted felon whose last known address was in Harrisonburg. Read More

  • Fall Wild Turkey Harvest Plummets

    HARRISONBURG — The number of wild turkeys harvested last fall declined sharply across the commonwealth, and Rockingham County was no exception. Read More

  • Food Truck Opens Its Doors To Feed The Homeless

    HARRISONBURG — For the crowd of volunteers and homeless men and women gathered outside Otterbein United Methodist Church on Monday evening, the sight of a food truck pulling into its parking lot was as thrilling as seeing an ice cream truck on a balmy summer day. Read More

  • Area Clubs Hosting Youth Birding Walks

    HARRISONBURG — Spring might feel far off to some, but that’s not stopping the Rockingham Bird Club from encouraging Valley youths to hop off the couch and into nature. Read More

  • Youth Football League Announces Changes

    HARRISONBURG — Youth football in the city is calling an audible. 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

  • A Blazing Victory

    PENN LAIRD – The tone was set late in the first quarter, when Spotswood High School star Justin Kier met Darryl Christian at the rim and swatted the Brookville senior’s breakaway dunk attempt out of bounds. Read More

  • TA Wins, 51-36

    COVINGTON – Except for a rough third-quarter stretch that allowed Alleghany High School to pull within four points, the Turner Ashby girls’ basketball team was in control the whole way Monday night. Read More

  • East Rock Erased

    EMPORIA – Hanging in the hallway outside the Greensville County High School gym is a framed photo of the school’s all-time leading shot blocker, Marcus Clark, playing against Spotswood in the 1993 state championship game. Read More

  • Guard’s 36 Dooms ERHS

    BLUESTONE – Monday night, Bluestone High School got revenge for last year’s 2A East regional quarterfinal loss to East Rockingham. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — The Eastern Mennonite University women’s basketball team received an at-large bid Monday to the NCAA Division III tournament for the third straight year. Read More

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