DAILY TOP 5 READ

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

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: ShenCo Tackling Adult Businesses

    HARRISONBURG — After an absence was spotted in the Shenandoah County code, administrators drafted an amendment to include adult businesses in zoning ordinances. Read More

  • 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

  • Cats KO JMU

    VILLANOVA, Pa. — Leading 24-14 early in the third quarter, the James Madison football team was in control against No. 8 Villanova. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Startup Fever?

    HARRISONBURG — When the entrepreneurial bug bites, sound thinking can go out the window. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • McDaniel Sneaking Up

    HARRISONBURG – While hiking Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah National Park this summer, Andrew McDaniel spotted a big gap between two large boulders. Read More

  • EMHS 2-1 At ‘Menno’

    HARRISONBURG – Ryan Gandy scored two goals, including the game-winner in the final minute of overtime, as Eastern Mennonite High School defeated Liberty Christian Academy 2-1 at the Menno Classic boys’ soccer tournament Saturday morning in Park View. Read More

  • TA To Honor Six Hall Inductees

    Turner Ashby High School has announced its Class of 2014 Hall of Fame inductees. Cathy Bocock, Clint Curry, J.M. Monger, Charlie Newman Jr., Donna Trobaugh and James Upperman will be honored during halftime of TA’s football game on Friday against Broadway. Read More

  • EMU Cross Country Sweeps Invitational

    ELKTON – Senior Ryan Gehman led three Royals in a 1-2-3 finish as Eastern Mennonite University’s men’s cross country team edged co-host Bridgewater 28-30 at the six-team Shenandoah Valley Invitational on Saturday. Read More

  • Schedule And Scores

  • Cats KO JMU

    VILLANOVA, Pa. — Leading 24-14 early in the third quarter, the James Madison football team was in control against No. 8 Villanova. Read More

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