DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Ex-SHS Worker Gets 25 Years In Molestation Case
  • #2 - Broadway Man Brings Lawn Care To New Level
  • #3 - Historic Home And Garden Tour Returns
  • #4 - Emergency Lifeline
  • #5 - Park Fees Waived This Weekend

SKYLINE

  • ‘An Uphill Battle’
  • Why The Tears?
  • Historic Home And Garden Tour Returns
  • Broadway Man Brings Lawn Care To New Level

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TOP STORIES

  • It’s Goodlatte Again

    HARRISONBURG — Not that there was much doubt if the opposite were the case, but the path is clear for 6th District Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Roanoke, to win re-election this fall to a 12th two-year term. Read More

  • Chenault Won’t Run

    HARRISONBURG — City Council will have at least one new face next year. Read More

  • Fire Destroys Linville Home

    LINVILLE — Three of the nearly dozen dogs Marina Ventura owns are Chihuahuas, which she affectionately describes as “little” by separating her hands by a few inches. Read More

  • Emergency Lifeline

    HARRISONBURG — In December, as 911 dispatcher Ashley Barnes worked on the fifth floor of the Public Safety Building in downtown Harrisonburg, she received a call not unlike ones she gets every week — a woman was going into labor. Read More

  • Work Starts On EMU’s Suter Center

    HARRISONBURG — Construction began this week to renovate the 46-year-old Suter Science Center at Eastern Mennonite University. Read More

  • Division Looks To Transplant HHS’ Arts Success At Stone Spring

    HARRISONBURG — As the first year for the Fine Arts Academy at Harrisonburg High School comes to a close, the school division is planning for a new arts infusion pilot program at Stone Spring Elementary School. Read More

  • Park Fees Waived This Weekend

    HARRISONBURG — Shenandoah National Park will waive entrance fees this weekend in honor of National Park Week. Read More

  • Ex-SHS Worker Gets 25 Years In Molestation Case

    HARRISONBURG — A former Rockingham County Schools employee convicted of molesting a young child will spend 25 years behind bars. Read More

  • A Cross To Bear

    HARRISONBURG — John Henderson’s whereabouts are fairly predictable every Good Friday at noon: Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church to kick off Harrisonburg Interfaith Association’s Stations of the Cross walk. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: Bank Stands The Test Of Time

    Farmers & Merchants Bank doesn’t see itself as just a financial institution. An integral part of its work in the community is education, according to Dean Withers, president and chief executive officer of the Timberville-based bank. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: ‘Steady Growth’ Ahead

    Timberville Town Manager Austin C. Garber recently took some time with the Daily News-Record to talk about the town, its challenges and its future. Garber, a Timberville native who lives in Fulks Run, has served as the town manager for a decade. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Poultry Pioneers

    HARRISONBURG — The formula that adds up to Virginia’s first organic commercial poultry processing plant has a lot of “1s” in it. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Agritourism Law To Go Into Effect July 1

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia farmers will have more flexibility and freedom to hold various activities on their farms under a new agritourism law that will take effect July 1. Read More

  • Video: Bowhunters of Rockingham Youth

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Royals Baseball Finally Beats BC

    HARRISONBURG — Adam Posey said he’s not superstitious about baseball. You know it’s true because when he takes the field, he steps on the foul line — a guaranteed path to misfortune and slumps, some traditionalists believe. Read More

  • Knights Strong

    HARRISONBURG — Turner Ashby High School softball coach Laura Bowman said she dropped her head in the fifth inning of an April 4 game at Tazewell, figuring ace pitcher Natalie Helmick had just lost her no-hitter. Read More

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