DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Crash Injures Three
  • #2 - Snow Expected For Area, But Not Much
  • #3 - Bar Bill On Tap For Lawmakers
  • #4 - State Coyote Curbs Face Funding Cuts
  • #5 - At Court Square Theater, 24 Hours Of Open Mic

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TOP STORIES

  • State Coyote Curbs Face Funding Cuts

    HARRISONBURG — Valley farmers may face the doggone difficult task of keeping their livestock safe from coyotes in coming years with less resources. Read More

  • Snow Expected For Area, But Not Much

    HARRISONBURG — Old Man Winter has mostly been in hibernation in the Shenandoah Valley this season, and today’s expected precipitation in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County should continue the trend. Read More

  • Bar Bill On Tap For Lawmakers

    HARRISONBURG — Years down the road as patrons swap bar stories in city watering holes, they will likely unknowingly have the 2010 General Assembly to thank in part for their good times. Read More

  • Crash Injures Three

    HARRISONBURG — Three people were injured and sent to area hospitals after a collision on Shen Lake Drive Sunday afternoon. Read More

  • Bill Targets Sex Trafficking

    HARRISONBURG — A Valley lawmaker is moving forward with legislation he hopes will bring tougher punishments to human traffickers. Read More

  • New MBA Seeks To Fill ‘Gap’

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison University is expanding its master of business administration program next semester to help people get into that corner office. Read More

  • ‘It’s A Once-In-A-Lifetime Experience

    HARRISONBURG — Sarah Schechtel is taking some time away from the classroom to brush shoulders with lawmakers and roam the halls of power in Richmond this winter. Read More

  • At Court Square Theater, 24 Hours Of Open Mic

    HARRISONBURG — From swinging hula hoops to swing dancing, the second 24 Hour Project provided a platform for all kinds of local art and performances from 5 p.m. Friday to 5 p.m. Saturday. Read More

  • Fierce Competition

  • HOMETOWN BRIDGEWATER: Chief — Customer Service Job No. 1

    BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Joseph Simmons considers the town’s residents to be “customers,” and his nine-person department strives to give good service. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: ’15 Commercial Real Estate Preview And Confession

    One year ago, I wrote this same article (with a better opening) suggesting we would see retail, particularly restaurants and grocery stores, expand and bring new brands; the Southeast Connector would shift momentum for new development; and multifamily would stay hot and finally produce new units in the market. Nailed it. Seriously. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Hot Curry Fuels Madison

    HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. – Ron Curry is hot – and this time, James Madison took advantage. Read More

  • The Winner Is …

    HARRISONBURG – When Kierstin Roadcap transferred from Broadway back to the Bridgewater area 13 months ago, the standout infielder got an opportunity to rejoin her Little League state championship teammates at Turner Ashby High School and play for a 3A state softball title last spring. Read More

  • Dukes Win, 73-53

  • Eagles Fall, 88-71

    SALEM — Daniel Eacho scored 19 points, fellow senior forward Andrew Daniels added 17 and hot-shooting Roanoke upended Bridgewater College 88-71 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference men’s basketball game Saturday in Salem. Read More

  • EMHS Beats Streaks

    HARRISONBURG – Sophomore guard Lukas Petersheim led all scorers with 16 points as Eastern Mennonite High School defeated Harrisonburg 51-41 in a cross-city boys’ basketball game Saturday at EMHS. Read More

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