DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Elkton Man Gets Life For Child Sex Crime
  • #2 - Police: Man Sought Sex With Teen
  • #3 - TA Baseball Loses
  • #4 - Project Healing Waters To Host Fishing Tourney
  • #5 - Celebrating 107 Years

SKYLINE

  • Celebrating 107 Years
  • A Flashback For A Cause
  • Project Healing Waters To Host Fishing Tourney
  • Past Lessons In Handwriting And Perspective

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Probe Into Infant's Death Leads To Parents' Arrests

    HARRISONBURG — The parents of a 7-week-old Elkton girl who died after she quit breathing at their home in January are now facing criminal charges. Read More

  • T-Rex, Shatner Invade Shakespeare At Theatre Shenandoah

  • Elkton Man Gets Life For Child Sex Crime

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man accepted a life sentence Thursday morning in Rockingham County Circuit Court for forcibly sodomizing a young child. Read More

  • Music To His Ears

    HARRISONBURG — Marlon Foster started teaching part time in the James Madison University School of Music after retiring last year from Harrisonburg City Public Schools. Read More

  • DN-R Leadership Awards

    PENN LAIRD — It’s not uncommon for high school seniors to become emotional as they prepare to graduate and start the next chapter of their lives. Read More

  • Fair Officials Ban Live Poultry Indefinitely

    HARRISONBURG — The threat of avian flu is causing the Rockingham County Fairgrounds to bar live poultry indefinitely. Read More

  • Police: Man Sought Sex With Teen

    HARRISONBURG — Police say a Madison County man was arrested Wednesday for sexually soliciting a Rockingham County girl. Read More

  • City Schools Limiting Lunch Tabs

    HARRISONBURG — City school officials are taking action to curb rising costs in the division’s meals program. Read More

  • County Aims To Curb ‘Pervasive’ Attendance Issue

    ELKTON — Parents and students will need to make sure they do not miss their alarms when school begins this fall, at least not too often. Read More

  • Catch And Release

  • TA Tabs Weller As New Boys' Hoops Coach

  • 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

  • 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

  • TA Baseball Loses

    WAYNESBORO – As members of Monticello High School’s baseball team passed around the Conference 29 championship trophy in celebration Thursday night, Turner Ashby star Lucas Clark – with his left leg extended and knee heavily wrapped — looked on from across the diamond while sitting on a folding chair outside of the Knights’ dugout. Read More

  • TA Softball Wins

    CROZET – Facing a 3-2 deficit, Turner Ashby High School needed one more run in the bottom of the seventh to at least force extra innings in the Conference 29 championship softball game against Valley District archrival Broadway. Read More

  • Knights Bolt To C-29 Title

    BROADWAY — A two-hour lightning delay would not deny the Turner Ashby High School boys’ soccer team of a conference championship, a team goal heading into the season. Read More

  • TA Names Basketball Coach

    HARRISONBURG – It’s not a TA guy, but it might be the next best thing: a former Bridgewater College assistant. Read More

  • Blazers Fall To Western In Girls’ Soccer

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Western Albemarle capitalized on two corner kicks to knock off Spotswood, 2-0, in the girls’ soccer Conference 29 title match at Monticello High School on Thursday night. Read More

  • High School Soccer

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Muse Mohamed scored with 47 seconds left in the second overtime to give Charlottesville High School a 2-1 win over Harrisonburg in the Conference 23 boys’ soccer championship game Thursday. Read More

  • High School Baseball/Softball

    AMHERST – Travis Wood, Nathan Trevillian and Blake Cunningham each hit home runs to lead Amherst County High School to a 10-0 five-inning slaughter-rule win over Harrisonburg in the Conference 23 baseball championship game Thursday. Read More

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