DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Red Wing Takes Root
  • #2 - Clinton Can Finishe The Job Obama Started
  • #3 - How Can We Make The World A Safe Place?
  • #4 - Rough Days For Rio
  • #5 - Rapunzel Musical Aims To Teach, Entertain

SKYLINE

  • Red Wing Takes Root
  • Rapunzel Musical Aims To Teach, Entertain
  • See & Do Briefs
  • It’s A Family Affair

TOP STORIES

  • County Fire, Rescue Face Staff Shortage’

    HARRISONBURG — A growing problem for Rockingham County Fire and Rescue is reaching a boiling point. Read More

  • Explosive Fourth

    HARRISONBURG — Public safety officials are urging revelers to celebrate the Fourth of July with caution this holiday weekend. Read More

  • Police Continue Shooting Probe

    HARRISONBURG — City police continue to investigate an early morning shooting Saturday in downtown Harrisonburg. Read More

  • Jobless Rate Rises, Except In Page County

    HARRISONBURG — As expected, unemployment rose for most area localities from April to May as graduates left college campuses. Read More

  • Dismissal Appealed In Shooting Case

    WOODSTOCK — A Shenandoah County prosecutor is appealing a circuit court judge’s decision to dismiss a manslaughter case resulting from the shooting death of a woman. Read More

  • Stanley Rolls Out Red Carpet

    STANLEY — This year marks the 50th annual Stanley Homecoming festival. Read More

  • Getting Medieval

    PENN LAIRD — Students at Peak View Elementary School are rescuing princesses this week. Read More

  • Ward Gets 50-Year Sentence For 2014 Murder

    WOODSTOCK — A Strasburg man will spend the next half-century in prison for shooting a Maryland man to death in a motel room in 2014. Read More

  • Library Expansion Delayed

    STANLEY — Mike Salvino, director of the Kibler Library, is not using the word “setback” to describe recent fundraising efforts for the library’s planned expansion. 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

  • Commentary: Because Of Summitt

    Thankfully, we’ll never know. Read More

  • Reds’ Shobe Learning

    BROADWAY — Matt Shobe often commutes alone from Charlottesville to play for the Rockingham County Baseball League’s Bridgewater Reds. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG — Center fielder Ryne Sigmon drove in three runs and right-hander Corey Childress struck out eight in a seven-inning complete game as Harrisonburg defeated Covington 9-2, splitting a Valley Baseball League doubleheader Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

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