DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Floor Collapses In Mount Crawford House
  • #2 - Bridgewater Stops Recycling Glass
  • #3 - City Building Gets New Life With New Creation
  • #4 - JMU Needs No Voting Precinct
  • #5 - Unclear How Local Groups Will Respond To Boy Scouts Decision

SKYLINE

  • Training Day
  • City Building Gets New Life With New Creation
  • Questions And Answers, Part 2
  • Getting Ready To ‘Reconnect’

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Woman Flips Car On Neff

    HARRISONBURG — A county woman was charged after her car flipped near the intersection of Neff and Medical avenues in the city this morning. Read More

  • Unclear How Local Groups Will Respond To Boy Scouts Decision

    HARRISONBURG — As Scouting units across the nation make room in their ranks for gay adult leaders, Valley officials say more than a dozen faith-based organizations will decide whether to accept them in local groups. Read More

  • Bridgewater Stops Recycling Glass

    HARRISONBURG — In a market where expenses for recycling glass outweigh its production costs, its alternative use as landfill daily cover has become commonplace in the Valley. Read More

  • Floor Collapses In Mount Crawford House

    HARRISONBURG — The second floor of a house in Mount Crawford collapsed Monday, causing significant damage, officials say. Read More

  • Valley Vet Recognized For Service

    HARRISONBURG — When Russell McIntyre joined the U.S. Army in 1968, he wanted to be “a participant and not an observer” of the Vietnam War. Read More

  • City Schools Dish Nearly 10K Meals

    HARRISONBURG — For a school division with a free and reduced lunch participation rate of about 71 percent, summer vacation means some city children have a tougher time finding enough to eat. Read More

  • 'Room For Imagination'

    HARRISONBURG — In the past five weeks, a 14-by-12-foot room at Spotswood Elementary School has been transformed from a plain white box to a colorful reading room. Read More

  • Mount Jackson Hopes To Save Money By Recycling

    HARRISONBURG — Mount Jackson Town Manager Kevin Fauber said that as of last week, 744 households are participating in the town’s no-fee pilot recycling program that began earlier this month. Read More

  • NEW: Stuff The Bus Seeking Volunteers

    HARRISONBURG — Volunteers are still needed for the United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County’s annual Stuff the Bus campaign weekend of Aug. 7-9. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • All-State, All Back

    HARRISONBURG – Broadway High School’s Ally Repko and Turner Ashby teammates Cana Davis and Kierstin Roadcap distinguished themselves as the Valley District’s most feared hitters during the 2015 softball season. Read More

  • Turks No. 2 In South

    STAUNTON — Potomac State left-hander Sam Vincenzo scattered three hits over six shutout innings to help lead the Staunton Braves past the Harrisonburg Turks 3-1 in a Valley Baseball League tiebreaker game Monday at Gypsy Hill Park. Read More

  • Bridgewater Falls In Softball Tourney

    CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — The Bridgewater 9- and 10-year-old Little League all-stars lost 7-0 to North Carolina in a Southeast Regional softball game at the Tournament of State Champions on Monday. Read More

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