DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Six-Year-Old OK After 18-Foot Fall
  • #2 - Page County Crash Kills Stanley Man
  • #3 - Donor Issues $4,000 Challenge
  • #4 - Happy B’Day, Coach
  • #5 - Voting Begins On Mural For City Garage

SKYLINE

  • ‘As He’s Always Been’
  • You Must Believe
  • Ramblin’ Man
  • Bringing A Piece Of The Past To VFW Post 9660

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: City Nutrition Director Appointed to State Council

    HARRISONBURG — City schools’ nutrition programs have caught the eye of policymakers looking to improve access to fresh foods. Andrea Early, executive director of nutrition for Harrisonburg City Public Schools, will join the Commonwealth Council on Bridging the Nutritional Divide, the governor’s office announced Friday. Read More

  • Budget Input Sought

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg residents are invited to give input on how they would like to see the city spend their tax dollars. Read More

  • Six-Year-Old OK After 18-Foot Fall

    HARRISONBURG — A 6-year-old girl was treated and released from Sentara RMH Medical Center on Sunday after falling off a ski lift at Massanutten Resort. Read More

  • After-School Coalition Forming For City Groups

    HARRISONBURG — Leaders of the city’s after-school programs found gaps among the children they serve, often because they do not know what else is available. Read More

  • Silent Night

  • Page County Crash Kills Stanley Man

    HARRISONBURG — A Stanley man died after his vehicle crashed in Page County on Friday. Read More

  • Donor Issues $4,000 Challenge

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Salvation Army is getting a Christmas miracle from an anonymous source to close out its Red Kettle campaign. Read More

  • Voting Begins On Mural For City Garage

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg residents are being asked to select a mural design to add a splash of color to a downtown parking deck. Read More

  • Library’s Winter Wonderland

    HARRISONBURG — Wendy Haines made her first visit to Massanutten Regional Library on Saturday under an assumed name: Mrs. Claus. Read More

  • World Of Wonder

    HARRISONBURG — Interest in the John C. Wells Planetarium is as ever expanding as the universe it explores. Read More

  • Shenandoah Valley Business Journal: 10 Under 40

    Throughout the fall, we asked members of the community to nominate up-and-coming business people. After whittling the list of nearly 40 nominees down to just 10 names, we present the winners. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Dukes Too ‘Shy’?

    HARRISONBURG – In the words of seventh-year coach Matt Brady, the James Madison basketball team followed up its most complete game of the 2014-15 season by logging its worst performance to date Saturday night against High Point. Read More

  • Happy B’Day, Coach

    HARRISONBURG – James Madison women’s basketball coach Kenny Brooks turned 46 Saturday, and his celebration plans were far from extravagant. Read More

  • High school Basketball

    PENN LAIRD — Junior guard Justin Kier scored 17 points to lead Spotswood to a 69-61 win over Albemarle in the Spotswood Classic high school boys’ basketball tournament Saturday in Penn Laird. Read More

  • ODAC Basketball

    FREDERICK, Md. — Senior guard Marcel Crump scored 23 points and freshman wing Jerome Jones added 16 to lead Eastern Mennonite University to a 77-68 win over Frostburg State in the championship game of the Rotary of Frederick Holiday Classic hosted by Hood College on Sunday. Read More

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