DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Elkton Man Accused In Sunday Killing
  • #2 - Police Probe Homicide Outside City
  • #3 - Student Takes On Dress Code
  • #4 - NEW: Sheriff Identifies Homicide Victim
  • #5 - Murder Plot Foiled By Cop

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: BRCC Food Bank Launches

    WEYERS CAVE — Growing numbers of low-income students enrolling in college have caused an increase in campus food pantries nationwide, according to the College and University Food Bank Alliance. Joining that trend, Blue Ridge Community College’s Lunch 2 Go food pantry opens Wednesday for all credit-enrolled students, regardless of income. Read More

  • NEW: Homeland Security Orders New Screening For Ebola

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Homeland Security Department is requiring that anyone coming to the United States from one of three West African countries reporting an Ebola outbreak must enter the country through one of five airports screening passengers for the deadly disease. Read More

  • NEW: National Park To Dedicate Activity Trail Saturday

    To encourage children and their families to get outdoors, Shenandoah National Park has partnered with the Kids in Parks program to establish the Limberlost Trail as a TRACK Trails location. Read More

  • NEW: Sheriff Identifies Homicide Victim

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson said Richard Wayne Charlton, 50, of Harrisonburg, was the homicide victim on the 2900 block of Layman Trestle Road. Read More

  • NEW: Temporary Street Closure For Streetscape Project

    HARRISONBURG — The Public Works Department, working with contractor Faulconer Construction Co., has temporarily closed a street to accommodate Harrisonburg’s ongoing streetscape project, according to a release from the city. Read More

  • Police Probe Homicide Outside City

    HARRISONBURG — For the second time in the span of about half a day on Monday, the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office began a homicide investigation. Read More

  • Murder Plot Foiled By Cop

    HARRISONBURG — A Grottoes woman sought to have her husband and four others killed over a child custody dispute, according to Rockingham County General District Court records. Read More

  • Lower Gas Prices May Stay

    HARRISONBURG — Drivers’ eyes and wallet may have noticed that gas prices have plunged in recent weeks, and it could be a while before they go up considerably again. Read More

  • Elkton Man Accused In Sunday Killing

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office charged an Elkton man Monday in the shooting death of a Bridgewater resident the night before. Read More

  • New Charges In Christmas Eve Slaying

    HARRISONBURG — A Rockingham County grand jury handed down indictments Monday alleging five new crimes against Delano Fitz, already awaiting trial on a murder charge. Read More

  • Never Too Early At MTC

    HARRISONBURG — Hoping to generate early interest in an alternative high school experience, Massanutten Technical Center hosted all Rockingham County elementary schools this month for orientations. Read More

  • Student Takes On Dress Code

    PENN LAIRD — Rockingham County Public Schools’ new dress code received a failing grade from students of at least one high school. Read More

  • Average SAT Scores Dip In Valley School Divisions

    HARRISONBURG — Several Valley school divisions saw average SAT scores drop for students who most recently graduated compared to the class of 2013. Read More

  • Video: WWII Bomber Flight

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: ‘Little Guys’ Take On Big Boxes, Web

    HARRISONBURG — Bob Schurtz remembers the days when checking out his competition would involve only a short car ride and a few minutes of his time. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Still Got ‘Mo’?

    HARRISONBURG — Everett Withers wanted his players to watch some football during James Madison’s bye week. Read More

  • SHS Wins, 36-29

    PENN LAIRD – The Trailblazers didn’t necessarily need extra motivation against a rival school, but they got plenty of it. Read More

  • ERHS Moves On

    STAUNTON — A wardrobe malfunction at the Conference 36 cheerleading competition couldn’t stop East Rockingham High School from advancing to the 2A East Regional on Monday night. Read More

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