DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Four Hurt In Rollover
  • #2 - Wilton House Owners Seek Rezoning
  • #3 - A Whole New World
  • #4 - Valley League
  • #5 - New Laws To Consider

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TOP STORIES

  • Stone Officially Takes Over Sweet Briar

  • BC Lawsuit Transferred

    HARRISONBURG — A lawsuit filed against Bridgewater College by a former student for allegedly failing to comply with Title IX requirements regarding a sexual assault has been transferred to Virginia. Read More

  • A Whole New World

    HARRISONBURG — When Mariangel Ortiz, 7, first stayed with the Kiefer family last year through Fresh Air Fund, she had never seen someone filling a gas tank. Read More

  • Four Hurt In Rollover

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton woman and her three children were hospitalized Thursday following a vehicle crash just east of the town. Read More

  • Generations Opening Delayed

    BRIDGEWATER — Waiting for Generations Park’s completion isn’t exactly like watching paint dry, but it may seem that way for anxious officials and vendors. Read More

  • Wilton House Owners Seek Rezoning

    HARRISONBURG — The new owners of the Joshua Wilton House plan to do basically the same thing the previous owners did: operate a restaurant and bed and breakfast in the restored historic Victorian mansion at 412 S. Main St. Read More

  • Sept. 16 Court Date Set In Poisoning Case

    WOODSTOCK — A Woodstock man accused of trying to poison his wife with rubbing alcohol will return to Shenandoah County Circuit Court on Sept. 16 to either accept a plea agreement or have a trial date scheduled. Read More

  • UREC Camp Has Kids Playing Like A Duke

    HARRISONBURG — A little rain could not keep children from playing soccer and kickball at James Madison University’s University Park Thursday. Camp UREC held its “Olympics” session this week, giving youth access to the university’s fitness facilities and a chance to meet new people. Read More

  • We Be Jammin'

  • Frederick County Man Gets 10 Months For Fake Lottery Scheme

    HARRISONBURG — A U.S. District Court judge has sentenced a Frederick County man to 10 months in prison for cheating elderly people in a fake lottery scheme. Read More

  • Street Closings Planned For City's Fourth Celebration

    HARRISONBURG — Multiple streets and parking lots will be closed Saturday so the daylong Valley Fourth celebration can be held. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Blazing New Trails In The Valley

    HARRISONBURG — To say that all trails lead to Back Home on the Farm would be a gross overstatement. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: 1,122 Words About Asphalt

    In July, a group of officials is expected to gather to cut a ribbon in celebration of the opening of 6.1 miles of pavement. The Southeast Connector creates a link among every commercial corridor from Va. 42 to Spotswood Trail and stands as a largely overlooked and underestimated infrastructure change. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • A Hot Summer

    HARRISONBURG – A three-sport athlete during his prep days at Albemarle High School, Lee Carneal opted to make football his game of choice at the next level when he committed to play wide receiver at Hampden-Sydney College. Read More

  • D1 Teams Eye Blazers’ Punter

    HARRISONBURG — Chris Dodson’s mailbox at Spotswood High School has been filling up with letters from colleges across the country. Read More

  • RCBL Roundup

    ELKTON — VMI right-hander Andrew Woods pitched a complete-game two-hit shutout to lead Elkton to a 4-0 win over Luray in a Rockingham County Baseball League game Thursday at Stonewall Memorial Park. Read More

  • Valley League

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Tennessee Wesleyan College second baseman Ryan Phillips went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI to propel Harrisonburg to its fourth straight win, 5-0 over Charlottesville Thursday in the Valley Baseball League. Read More

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