DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - R’Ham Ballet Celebrates 20 Years
  • #2 - A ‘Harrisonburg Tradition’
  • #3 - Getting Back To The Salon
  • #4 - More BaltiMOMS Needed
  • #5 - Reservoir Widening Progresses

SKYLINE

  • A ‘Harrisonburg Tradition’
  • Getting Back To The Salon
  • R’Ham Ballet Celebrates 20 Years
  • One Sweet Cause

TOP STORIES

  • What’s Brewing In The ‘Burg

    HARRISONBURG — In December 2012, an old Coca-Cola plant on North Main Street was brought back to life. Read More

  • Telling ‘The Virginia Story’

    CROSS KEYS — If one day someone in Rome buys a product made at White Oak Lavender Farm, the transaction may trace back to a Friday gathering at the Rockingham County farm. Read More

  • Reservoir Widening Progresses

    HARRISONBURG — The city is about ready to dip deep into its longest reservoir. Read More

  • JMU Big Brothers Big Sisters Earns Gov.’s Award

    HARRISONBURG — The Big Brothers Big Sisters of James Madison University was the recognized educational institution for the 2015 Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Awards. Read More

  • Feds Dismiss Drug Case Against Driver

    HARRISONBURG — A federal drug case was dismissed recently against a tractor-trailer driver accused of smuggling 70 pounds of heroin and cocaine through Rockingham County, records state. Read More

  • School Budgets Going Line By Line For Public

    HARRISONBURG — Local school divisions will spend spring and summer updating their budget documents thanks to a new law that tightens requirements for how school budgets must be shown. Read More

  • Wet Start Doesn't Dampen Relay Spirit

    HARRISONBURG — Not even the torrential thunderstorm that interrupted the opening ceremony for Relay for Life of Harrisonburg-Rockingham County could dampen the spirits of its more than 1,000 participants on Friday. Read More

  • Lifting Your Fear

    HARRISONBURG — Overcoming a fear is easier to do with support behind you, Paula Frazier, principal of Pleasant Valley Elementary School, said Friday. Read More

  • Website To Aid Salvation Army Food Need

    HARRISONBURG — A newly launched website is under way to help provide food for the Harrisonburg Salvation Army’s homeless shelter. Read More

  • Railroad Maintenance To Close Elkton St.

    HARRISONBURG — Shenandoah Avenue in Elkton will be closed to through traffic Monday through Friday for railroad-crossing maintenance. Read More

  • Spotswood High Bringing Back Swing

    HARRISONBURG — Spotswood High School is holding its annual Swing Dance on May 9 to benefit the American Cancer Society. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: The Business Of Agribusiness

    HARRISONBURG — When Lareth May needs something for his Timberville farm, he often drives no farther than Harrisonburg to get it. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: The Problem With Shapes

    My youngest son, Emmett, is just a little over a year old. For a few months now, he has been playing with shape sorting toys. You know the type — a cube or table with a series of holes and corresponding blocks. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Leadership Character Pays Big Dividends

    In the wake of numerous media reports that unethical business leaders do damage to their organizations, it would appear that a relevant question would be whether the opposite is also true — whether firms with principled leaders perform better. The April issue of Harvard Business Review explores that question, and finds that the answer is “yes.” Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Newman Back

    HARRISONBURG – If all goes well, Turner Ashby High School football coach Charlie Newman plans to return to the sideline this season – a year after suffering a life-threatening ailment that required open-heart surgery in September. Read More

  • Super Career Looms For Knight

    BRIDGEWATER —When Michael De La Cruz is in the classroom, track coach Mike Stover said, he’s Clark Kent, donning glasses and staying focused on his schoolwork. Read More

  • Dove Boosts HHS

    HARRISONBURG – After losing last month to Harrisonburg High School, East Rockingham baseball coach David Scott remarked he couldn’t recall seeing a team in the area with more top-to-bottom speed in its lineup than the Blue Streaks. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    RADFORD – Senior catcher Josh Reavis went 3-for-4 with a home run and five RBIs to lift Radford to a 22-1 win over James Madison in a non-conference college baseball game Friday. Read More

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