DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Buffalo Wild Wings Moving Off Main
  • #2 - Authorities Take On Store
  • #3 - Bojangles’ Sets Two Job Fairs Locally
  • #4 - Dayton Set To Get Mudd(ler)y On Aug. 2
  • #5 - Electrical Issue Blamed For Downtown Fire

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TOP STORIES

  • UPDATE: Two Dead From Beach-Area Tornado

    CAPE CHARLES, Va. (AP) — Virginia State Police say two were killed and at least 20 injured when a fierce storm slammed a campground on the state's Eastern Shore. Read More

  • Buffalo Wild Wings Moving Off Main

    HARRISONBURG — A popular Main Street sports bar is leaving its 15-year location to be one of the first tenants in a new retail center on the only remaining undeveloped lot on University Boulevard between East Market and Reservoir streets. Read More

  • City Noise Rules Get Teeth

    HARRISONBURG — For the Harrisonburg Police Department, noise complaints provide a lot of commotion without much in the way of action. Read More

  • Commerce Head High On Valley

    HARRISONBURG — While he may have been playing somewhat to his audience, the state’s top economic development official seemed genuinely impressed at what the Shenandoah Valley has to offer. Read More

  • Electrical Issue Blamed For Downtown Fire

    HARRISONBURG — An electrical problem has been blamed for a Tuesday evening fire that displaced several residents and closed off much of downtown Harrisonburg for several hours. Read More

  • Authorities Take On Store

    HARRISONBURG — For the second time in roughly two years, prosecutors aim to shut down a Shenandoah Valley business because of alleged ongoing problems with drug sales. Read More

  • Valley Trainer Hits Her Stride

    HARRISONBURG — When she was 8 years old, Josie Hoffman went on a trail ride with her mother, completely unaware she was about to find her life’s calling. Read More

  • Elkton Approves Noise Ordinance

    ELKTON — Town Council unanimously approved the second reading of a new noise ordinance Monday. Read More

  • Discovering Life’s Mysteries

    HARRISONBURG — Scientists have made “remarkable progress” in the search for life on other planets, an esteemed young astronomer told aspiring scientists, adding that it’s likely proof of its existence will be found within the next several decades. Read More

  • Harrisonburg Preps For National Night Out

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg public safety officials plan to host the 31st annual National Night Out next month with a caravan through the Friendly City. Read More

  • NEW: Dukes 'Mad,' 'Disgusted'

    JMU was picked eighth in the CAA preseason football poll Wednesday. 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

  • Buffalo Wild Wings Moving Off Main

    HARRISONBURG — A popular Main Street sports bar is leaving its 15-year location to be one of the first tenants in a new retail center on the only remaining undeveloped lot on University Boulevard between East Market and Reservoir streets. Read More

  • No Love For JMU

    BALTIMORE — The experts say James Madison’s football team will struggle in Year 1 under new coach Everett Withers, picking the Dukes to finish eighth in the Colonial Athletic Association – the program’s lowest ranking in the preseason poll since the CAA added football in 2007. Read More

  • A Week Away

    HARRISONBURG – It’s like Christmas in July for eager high school football players. In just one week, on July 31, in-season practices are allowed to begin, marking the official start of the 2014 season. Read More

  • Luray Beats Elkton

    ELKTON – Third baseman Luke Shiflett – a Turner Ashby High School graduate – hit a three-run, go-ahead double with two outs in the ninth inning as Luray defeated Elkton 8-6 in a Rockingham County Baseball League game. Read More

  • Turks Rout Aldie

    ALDIE – Third baseman Matt Rose (Georgia Tech) had four hits, designated hitter Eric Kalbfleisch (North Carolina-Greensboro) drove in four runs and first baseman Daniel Nichols (Georgia) scored four times as Harrisonburg pounded Aldie 15-5 in a Valley Baseball League game Wednesday. Read More

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