DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Luray Man Pleads To Stealing Farm Equipment
  • #2 - Yard Crawl Slows Some Businesses To Snail’s Pace
  • #3 - Supervisors: Migrant Kids No Burden
  • #4 - ‘Save Mabel’ Effort Eyes Chapel
  • #5 - State Schools Still Figuring Out Obamacare

SKYLINE

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TOP STORIES

  • Supervisors: Migrant Kids No Burden

    VERONA — While people line up from both sides of the debate over housing migrant children at the Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center, the Augusta County Board of Supervisors is convinced the youth are not a burden on the local community. Read More

  • ‘Save Mabel’ Effort Eyes Chapel

    HARRISONBURG — The debate over the preservation of a Reservoir Street chapel has been renewed after several years of relative silence. Read More

  • Police Continue Meth Battle

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia State Police Special Agent Mark Campbell held up a clear 32-ounce Gatorade bottle in front of a room of people Monday afternoon at the Harrisonburg Police Department. Read More

  • State Schools Still Figuring Out Obamacare

    HARRISONBURG — Although James Madison University is still evaluating employees’ hours and the benefits for which they are eligible under the Affordable Care Act, nothing is expected to change for the upcoming school year. Read More

  • N.J. Man Indicted In Sex Sting

    HARRISONBURG — On Monday, a Rockingham County grand jury indicted a New Jersey man accused of soliciting for sex from what he thought was a teenage girl. Read More

  • Hanger Honored By Sierra Club

    HARRISONBURG — A local Republican state senator has received an award from what some may see as an unlikely source. Read More

  • New Market Council Adds ‘Crawl’ Space

    NEW MARKET — Town Council approved two requests from the New Market Chamber of Commerce to boost the number of vendor spaces at the upcoming U.S. 11 Yard Crawl and at the town’s 20th annual Heritage Days Fall Festival. Read More

  • Yard Crawl Slows Some Businesses To Snail’s Pace

    WOODSTOCK — With less than a month to the 10th annual U.S. 11 Yard Crawl, towns from Stephens City to New Market are selling vendor space along the highway. Read More

  • Winchester Eyes Deal With Ex-Economic Development Director

    WINCHESTER — The city of Winchester appears poised to bring Jim Deskins — who resigned as its economic redevelopment director and the Economic Development Authority’s executive director after he was arrested for drug possession and solicitation of prostitution — back into the fold as a consultant. Read More

  • Luray Man Pleads To Stealing Farm Equipment

    A Luray man has pleaded guilty to more than a dozen charges stemming from stealing and then selling equipment from some of his landscaping customers. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: A New Wave Of Stormwater Regs

    HARRISONBURG — Developer Jerry Scripture installed fire-suppression systems in college student housing he built two decades ago. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • ‘You Need Two’

    HARRISONBURG —Drew Mehringer has big plans for the offensive meeting room inside the James Madison University football offices at the Plecker Center – plans symbolic, perhaps, of the direction the Dukes’ new staff hopes to take the program. Read More

  • TA Dominates All-Area

    HARRISONBURG – For at least one day, Megan Good was perfect. Read More

  • Little League Roundup

    HARRISONBURG – The Bridgewater Little League 9- and 10-year-old softball all-stars will play South Carolina on Saturday at 3 p.m. in the first round of the Tournament Of State Champions in Clarksville, Tennessee. Read More

  • Area Baseball

    WINCHESTER – Georgia first baseman Daniel Nichols went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBIs to lead Harrisonburg to a 6-4 win over Winchester in a Valley Baseball League game Monday at Jim Barnett Park. Read More

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