DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Proposed City Grocery Deal On Hold
  • #2 - Articles On My Brother Were Unfair
  • #3 - Holsinger Top Fundraiser
  • #4 - Busy Week Ahead For VDOT Crews
  • #5 - Canned Goodness

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  • Proposed City Grocery Deal On Hold

    HARRISONBURG — More than two months after City Council first approved a rezoning request to develop an unidentified grocery store in the northern part of Harrisonburg, the deal apparently is yet to be finalized. Read More

  • Animal ‘Sludge’ Sets Fire

    HARRISONBURG — A fire caused by spontaneous combustion broke out Sunday afternoon at the Valley Proteins animal byproduct rendering and recycling facility off of Krazter Road just north of Linville. Read More

  • Students Co-Author Pulsar Study

    HARRISONBURG — A handful of students in Shenandoah and Rockingham counties co-authored a study recently submitted for publication in the Astrophysical Journal Letters. Read More

  • Downtown Tasting

  • Police Offer Drug Take-Back

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department, Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office and Drug Enforcement Administration, among others, will hold another drug take-back day on Saturday. Read More

  • Park Projects Move Forward

    HARRISONBURG — Several projects by the Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation Department are nearly finished, but its staff is not sitting back and resting on its laurels. Read More

  • ‘App’-lied Learning

    HARRISONBURG — Three James Madison University computer science students spent 24 straight hours last weekend trying to solve parking dilemmas for fellow students. Read More

  • Holsinger Top Fundraiser

    HARRISONBURG — While report cards for the city’s public school students are still several weeks away, those who want a spot on the Harrisonburg City School Board had to file a different kind of report. Read More

  • Grottoes 5K On Tap

    Grottoes is set to celebrate the 150th anniversary of “the signing” of the Grand Caverns walls with a foot race. Read More

  • Busy Week Ahead For VDOT Crews

    HARRISONBURG — Drivers should take caution this week, as crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation will be busy with several projects. Read More

  • Canned Goodness

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