DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Harrisonburg Staffer Under Fire
  • #2 - Man Sent To Hospital After Vehicle Crash
  • #3 - Mickey = $$$
  • #4 - Civil Trial Set In Woman’s Disappearance
  • #5 - Favorite? It’s LSU

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TOP STORIES

  • City Adopts ’17 Budget

    HARRISONBURG — A divided City Council approved the fiscal 2017 budget at Tuesday night’s meeting. Read More

  • Civil Trial Set In Woman’s Disappearance

    HARRISONBURG — After 13 years of unanswered questions, Rachel Good’s family might get some answers starting today — or at least some symbolic justice. Read More

  • Harrisonburg Staffer Under Fire

    HARRISONBURG — About 40 employees and supporters of Nexus Services protested at City Hall Wednesday morning. Read More

  • Speller Just Misses Final Rounds

    HARRISONBURG — One local teen has plenty to be proud of despite coming up short in the nation’s most prestigious spelling competition. Read More

  • Man Sent To Hospital After Vehicle Crash

    HARRISONBURG — One man was sent to the hospital following a crash Wednesday afternoon on Spotswood Trail near the Greene County line. Read More

  • ‘This Is Hands-On’

    BROADWAY — Tenth-graders at Broadway High School got an up-close look at the health of a nearby stream Wednesday. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Spotswood High School

    PENN LAIRD — Madelyn Hart’s favorite high school memory is the curtain rising on her performance as Tracy Turnblad in Spotswood High School’s rendition of “Hairspray” last year. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Spotswood High School

    PENN LAIRD — Julia Sheffer credits a summer job with helping her decide to become an occupational therapist. Read More

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Spotswood High School

  • Daily News-Record Leadership Awards: Spotswood High School

    PENN LAIRD — While other children sang “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes,” Benjamin Witman’s parents taught him about body parts in a different way. 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

  • Mickey = $$$

    HARRISONBURG — During perhaps the biggest week of his softball coaching career, Mickey Dean said it’d be a tough question to answer. Read More

  • Favorite? It’s LSU

    HARRISONBURG — Louisiana-Lafayette’s Mike Lotief coaches one of the nation’s most successful mid-major college softball programs. Read More

  • Commentary: Come On, VHSL

    You just want to hear the chants again, don’t you? Read More

  • Livi’s Last Act

    ELKTON — East Rockingham High School senior sprinter Livi Pearson said his state championship ring from the indoor track and field season took so long to arrive that he nearly forgot about it. Read More

  • High School Roundup

    WINCHESTER — Senior forward Seth Bridgeforth scored the go-ahead goal to lead Handley High School to a 3-2 win over Harrisonburg in a Conference 21 West boys’ soccer championship game Wednesday in Winchester. Read More

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  • Baseball Roundup

    MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. – Spotswood High School graduate Kyle Weston delivered a walkoff RBI single to complete James Madison’s rally to a 3-2 win over Northeastern in a Colonial Athletic Association college baseball tournament game Wednesday. Read More

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