DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Virginia’s Still For Business
  • #2 - We Must Protect Our Children From Global Warming
  • #3 - Arms Race Coming?
  • #4 - Vets Group Needs Help With Repairs
  • #5 - Actor Examines Race, Class In ‘Mr. Joy’

SKYLINE

  • Big Game Show To Get Bigger?
  • Actor Examines Race, Class In ‘Mr. Joy’
  • A Push Toward Better Reading Habits
  • Teachers Take The Spotlight

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TOP STORIES

  • Foiled Murder Plot Nets 23-Year Sentence

    HARRISONBURG — In October, Heather Lyn Bergen met a man in a city parking lot and ordered six murders. Read More

  • County Gets Proposal For Day Reporting Facility

    HARRISONBURG — After nearly a month of soliciting proposals for a day reporting center for low-level offenders, Rockingham County has received one submission from a local halfway house. Read More

  • Memorial Fund Being Collected To Honor Alison Parker

    HARRISONBURG — Alison Parker may have left James Madison University three years ago, but her legacy will continue at the school. Read More

  • HPD Releases Name Of Man Found On Tracks

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

  • Cops Bust Meth Lab

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

  • Vets Group Needs Help With Repairs

    A Woodstock veterans organization is asking for the community’s help in repairing facilities damaged in flash floods that struck the town last month. Read More

  • Lawmakers Say Business A Legislative Priority

    WEYERS CAVE — Four Shenandoah Valley legislators shared their plans Wednesday to make Virginia a better state for business during the Valley Business Summit at Blue Ridge Community College. Read More

  • Briery Branch Community Club Holding Fundraiser Saturday

    Briery Branch residents can expect to see some major changes to the area’s community center coming later this year. Read More

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • Ready To Roll

  • 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

  • ‘Insane’ Rivalry Today

    PENN LAIRD – As a seventh-grader at Montevideo Middle School, Zach Polglase was in the stands for the first-ever football game between Spotswood and East Rockingham High School in 2010. Read More

  • Gobblers, Others Also Open Tonight

    BROADWAY — Almost without hesitation, Broadway High School football coach Brad Lutz rattled off the sizes of the Western Albemarle defensive linemen his Gobblers have to battle in the trenches this evening. Read More

  • Young DBs Look Good

    HARRISONBURG — As practice was winding down Thursday afternoon at Bridgeforth Stadium, James Madison backup quarterback Bryan Schor tried to throw a pass to where he thought there was an open receiver. Read More

  • Blazers Outlast Sherando

    STEPHENS CITY – Junior outside hitter Addison DeLucas had 21 kills to lead Spotswood High School to a 23-25, 25-21, 15-25, 25-18, 15-13 victory over Sherando in a volleyball match Thursday. Read More

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