DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - UPDATE: QB Fights JMU
  • #2 - Workplace Explosion Hurts Two
  • #3 - Guilty Plea Entered In Fraud Case
  • #4 - NEW: Fire Destroys Linville Woman's Home
  • #5 - TA Senior Gets Things Done

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: SNP Offers Free Weekend

    Shenandoah National Park will waive entrance fees this weekend in honor of National Park Week. Read More

  • NEW: Fire Destroys Linville Woman's Home

    A Linville woman’s trailer was destroyed by fire early Friday. Read More

  • NEW: Longtime City Councilman Won't Seek Re-election

    City Councilman Charles Chenault will not seek re-election to another four-year term in office this fall. Read More

  • Guilty Plea Entered In Fraud Case

    HARRISONBURG — A Harrisonburg man accused of defrauding more than a dozen investors out of at least $1.2 million pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg. Read More

  • TA Senior Gets Things Done

    HARRISONBURG — Caleb Gum’s heart sank as he realized what he’d done. Read More

  • Students Picked For Leadership

    RICHMOND — Supreme Court Justice Donald W. Lemons presented $10,000 checks on Thursday to 11 Virginia high school seniors chosen for best exemplifying qualities of leadership. Read More

  • Workplace Explosion Hurts Two

    MOUNT CRAWFORD — Two men were injured Thursday morning when a water line they were working on exploded at WhiteWave Foods just north of Mount Crawford. Read More

  • 20 Years For Heroin OD Death

    HARRISONBURG — A city man will serve 20 years in federal prison for supplying heroin to a Harrisonburg man who died of an overdose in 2011. Read More

  • City Man Guilty Of Sex Trafficking

    HARRISONBURG — A Harrisonburg man charged in connection with a sex-trafficking ring pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg. Read More

  • Valley Arts Council Director Departs Post

    HARRISONBURG — The Arts Council of the Valley is weighing its options for future leadership after Executive Director Ragan McManus left last week. Read More

  • Principal Search Continues

    HARRISONBURG — The application window has closed in the search for a new Harrisonburg High School principal, but a match has not been made yet. Read More

  • Luray Man Admits To New Market Store Break-In

    WOODSTOCK — One of three Page County men charged in connection with a rash of break-ins and vehicle thefts in three counties pleaded guilty Wednesday in Shenandoah County Circuit Court. Read More

  • Neighbors’ Quick Action Keeps Home From Burning

    On Sunday, Steve Beeman had just returned from his father’s funeral in Maryland and decided to go to church. Read More

  • Grand Caverns 5K Race On Tap

    A 5K race will be held April 25 at Grand Caverns Park in Grottoes to raise money to purchase outdoor fitness stations along the park’s trail. Read More

  • UPDATE: QB Fights JMU

    HARRISONBURG — Michael Birdsong says he has no problem with a restriction that forbids him from transferring to another Colonial Athletic Association school, but the James Madison quarterback plans to appeal what he called “ridiculous” limits on his freedom to perhaps play football at one of four non-conference colleges. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: Bank Stands The Test Of Time

    Farmers & Merchants Bank doesn’t see itself as just a financial institution. An integral part of its work in the community is education, according to Dean Withers, president and chief executive officer of the Timberville-based bank. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: ‘Steady Growth’ Ahead

    Timberville Town Manager Austin C. Garber recently took some time with the Daily News-Record to talk about the town, its challenges and its future. Garber, a Timberville native who lives in Fulks Run, has served as the town manager for a decade. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Poultry Pioneers

    HARRISONBURG — The formula that adds up to Virginia’s first organic commercial poultry processing plant has a lot of “1s” in it. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Agritourism Law To Go Into Effect July 1

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia farmers will have more flexibility and freedom to hold various activities on their farms under a new agritourism law that will take effect July 1. Read More

  • Video: Bowhunters of Rockingham Youth

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • HHS Beats Fort

    HARRISONBURG — Sam Imeson didn’t let a half-hour injury delay interrupt his groove. In fact, Harrisonburg High School’s junior left-hander used it to his advantage. Read More

  • Posey Embraces Life At EMU

    HARRISONBURG — Before Eastern Mennonite University hired Ben Spotts as its baseball coach in the summer of 2012, current do-it-all Royals senior Adam Posey seriously contemplated giving up the sport for good. Read More

  • High School Baseball Roundup

    BROADWAY – Junior Ethan Mathews gave up two earned runs and struck out eight in five innings to lead Broadway High School to a 5-3 win over East Hardy in a non-district baseball game Thursday. Read More

  • High School Soccer Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — Senior forward Irvin Reyes-Hernandez scored his first goal of the season and junior goalkeeper Mohammed Jumaa made eight saves to lead Harrisonburg over Fort Defiance High School 2-0 in a Valley District boys’ soccer game Thursday. Read More

  • Schedule and Scores

  • High School Softball Roundup

    BRIDGEWATER — Turner Ashby High School’s Kierstin Roadcap had a déjà vu moment Thursday night against Waynesboro. Read More

  • UPDATE: QB Fights JMU

    HARRISONBURG — Michael Birdsong says he has no problem with a restriction that forbids him from transferring to another Colonial Athletic Association school, but the James Madison quarterback plans to appeal what he called “ridiculous” limits on his freedom to perhaps play football at one of four non-conference colleges. Read More

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