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  • #1 - Massanutten Technical Center Names New Director
  • #2 - NEW: Hitler Emoji Leads To Harrisonburg Protest
  • #3 - Daughter’s Birthday Stirs Memories
  • #4 - Fire Victim In Critical Condition
  • #5 - Council OKs Chicken Ordinance Changes

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  • NEW: Hitler Emoji Leads To Harrisonburg Protest

    About 40 employees and supporters of Nexus Services protested at City Hall this morning. The protestors denounced an email that contained an emoji depicting Nazi leader Adolf Hitler and was sent from a part-time city employee’s email account. Read More

  • NEW: City Teen Passes First Round Of Spelling Bee

    Declan Leach, 14, an eighth-grader at Redeemer Classical School has made it through the first round of the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee by successfully spelling “rasorial,” according to a post made on the school’s Facebook page this afternoon. Read More

  • Council OKs Chicken Ordinance Changes

    HARRISONBURG — On a 3-2 vote, City Council approved changes Tuesday to Harrisonburg’s backyard chicken ordinance. Read More

  • Slaying Trial Set For Augusta Man

    An Augusta County grand jury indicted a Crimora man Monday, accusing him of killing his wife more than a decade ago. Read More

  • Massanutten Technical Center Names New Director

    HARRISONBURG — A familiar face is stepping into a new role at Massanutten Technical Center. Read More

  • Massanutten Trademark Suit Dismissed

    HARRISONBURG — A federal judge dismissed a trademark infringement lawsuit Friday brought against a Fairfax man by Great Eastern Resort Management, the parent company of Massanutten Resort. Read More

  • Fire Victim In Critical Condition

    HARRISONBURG — A Fulks Run-area woman is still in critical condition from a Sunday fire. Read More

  • Language Of Success

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg City Public Schools’ dual-language immersion program is expanding. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Turner Ashby High School

    BRIDGEWATER — Like many students her age, Ashley Botkin shares a love for cats and other animals. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Turner Ashby High School

    BRIDGEWATER — Whether it’s in the hallways or on the hardwood, Samuel Cook is likely thinking of others. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Turner Ashby High School

    BRIDGEWATER — Michelle De La Cruz doesn’t remember much of the speech she gave at a freshman orientation event one year ago. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Turner Ashby High School

    BRIDGEWATER — While many of her peers were spending summer break as far away from the classroom as possible, Kelly Rohrer was helping teach summer school at John Wayland Elementary. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Markets Take On Different Meanings

    HARRISONBURG — Hundreds of people are flocking to the Harrisonburg Farmers Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays to pick up fresh food grown by their neighbors, and similar markets will open in the coming weeks in communities up and down the Shenandoah Valley. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: Congratulations — It’s A Beautiful New Location

    When Andrea and I realized we were going to have our first child we had a relatively clear vision of our parenting rules. After he was born, everything was documented, sanitized and organized. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Creating Formal Hierarchy Key To Business Success

    Hierarchy is essential. That’s the clear message in an article appearing in the March issue of HR Magazine. Much of the organizational literature devoted to downsizing has touted the elimination of top-down structure, particularly because it reduces bureaucracy and speeds decision-making. Read More

  • Video: Rosined and Ready

    NEW MARKET — People play at a weekly Friday night bluegrass jam session at the New Market Community Center, which is hosted by the New Market Banjo and Fiddle Club. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • High Demand

    HARRISONBURG — A few years ago, the sight of fans filling the original 625 seats at James Madison’s Veterans Memorial Park for a softball game was a big deal, senior left fielder Hannah Hayes says. Read More

  • Knights Edge Warriors

    PENN LAIRD — Trailing by a run in the top of the seventh inning with runners on first and second and no outs, Western Albemarle’s Sam James laid down what was supposed to be a sacrifice bunt. Read More

  • Broadway, Turner Ashby Set Up Rematch

    PALMYRA — By Broadway High School junior third baseman Ally Repko’s definition, BHS and Turner Ashby’s softball teams don’t technically have a rivalry. Read More

  • Round 3 Goes To TA

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — The Spotswood High School and Turner Ashby boys’ soccer teams played to a pair of double-overtime draws during the regular season. Read More

  • High School Roundup

    SHENANDOAH — Sophomore third baseman Nicole Mongold went 2-for-3 with an RBI to lead Page County High School to a 5-1 win over East Rockingham in a Conference 36 softball semifinal game Tuesday. Read More

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