DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - UPDATE 1:35 p.m.: Police Identify Crash Victims
  • #2 - LSU Ends JMU’s Season
  • #3 - NEW: Fishersville Man Accused Of Killing Man With Crossbow
  • #4 - ‘Touching A Deep Nerve’
  • #5 - Dayton Cargill Investing $4M In Automation

SKYLINE

  • The Friendly City Gets Funny
  • Compost Drop-Off At Market
  • Singer From ‘The Voice’ To Take The Stage
  • It’s A Shame

TOP STORIES

  • UPDATE 1:35 p.m.: Police Identify Crash Victims

    Three people, including one seriously, were injured in a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 81 this morning. Read More

  • NEW: Fishersville Man Accused Of Killing Man With Crossbow

    A Fishersville man is accused of using a crossbow to kill another man. Read More

  • NEW: Fitzgerald Plans Run For School Board

    The race for city School Board has begun for Deb Fitzgerald, who is eyeing three positions becoming available at the end of this year. Read More

  • Virginia Voter Registration Numbers Up

    HARRISONBURG — Voter registration in Virginia jumped 35 percent in the first three months of 2016 compared to the same time during the last presidential election in 2012. Read More

  • ‘Touching A Deep Nerve’

    HARRISONBURG — Bennie Cook got to come home. Read More

  • Shenandoah County Deputies Investigating Heroin Cases

    Shenandoah County sheriff’s deputies dealt with a one-two punch of suspected heroin distribution and a suspected heroin overdose death last week. Read More

  • Draft Horses Take Center Stage At Percheron Field Day

    WEYERS CAVE — Other than the occasional plane flying overhead, visitors at the Virginia Percheron Association’s annual field day on Saturday may have thought they were back in the 1800s. Read More

  • Banks Ready For Smart Beginnings

    HARRISONBURG — Growing up in a military family, Kathy Banks traveled throughout the world, including stops in Germany and most of Virginia. Read More

  • Dayton Cargill Investing $4M In Automation

    HARRISONBURG — Robots are invading Dayton. Read More

  • 1843 Neff Quilt To Debut June 18

    HARRISONBURG — A 19th century quilt has returned to its place of origin and will be shown on exhibit on June 18. Read More

  • Thomas Springs Bridge To Close Today

    HARRISONBURG — A bridge over Spring Creek near Montezuma will close today for repairs. Read More

  • Summertime Startup

  • 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

  • LSU Ends JMU’s Season

    HARRISONBURG — Jailyn Ford put her hands up to her head as the LSU softball team rushed the field. Read More

  • Rams Roll Past ERHS

    ELKTON — After all that went into the East Rockingham High School baseball team’s season, senior Jayson Cross said he did not expect an ending like this one. Read More

  • Blazers Fall In First Round

    LEXINGTON — Spotswood High School’s Noah Wiley admitted he and his teammates knew next to nothing about Rockbridge County’s Ely Spencer entering their teams’ 3A West Region first-round boys’ soccer match Monday. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    EUGENE, Ore. — James Madison junior Ryan Cole shot an 8-over par 78 in the third round of the NCAA men’s golf national championship Sunday at Eugene (Ore.) County Club. Read More

  • High School Roundup

    SHENANDOAH — Senior shortstop Kate Gordon went 2-for-4 and hit a walkoff home run in the ninth inning to lead Page County High School to a 2-1 win over Madison County in a 2A East Region quarterfinal softball game Monday in Shenandoah. Read More

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