DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Six Years For Online Sex Charge
  • #2 - Harrisonburg Police Seek Info On ‘Peeper’
  • #3 - How To Really Say ‘No’
  • #4 - If GOP Doesn’t Win, It Should Quit
  • #5 - Africans Need Market, Not Handouts

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  • Skatan Worship
  • What Are You Afraid Of?
  • The Sole Story
  • How To Really Say ‘No’

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TOP STORIES

  • Worthy Winners

  • 'Trunk-Or-Treat'

  • Hopefuls In Senate Race City-Bound

    HARRISONBURG — In the run-up to Tuesday’s election, local Democrats and Republicans will be hosting their candidates for U.S. Senate. Read More

  • Looking For The Jackpot

    TIMBERVILLE — After playing the Virginia Lottery for years, Ford Whetzel still is looking for the big score. Read More

  • Schools Score In Games

    HARRISONBURG — Local school divisions aren’t getting rich off proceeds from the Virginia Lottery, but there would be some big holes in their budgets if funds from the games stopped flowing. Read More

  • Delaying The Connection

    HARRISONBURG — The new section of the Va. 280 Southeast Connector is not quite ready for drive time. Read More

  • The Hunt Is On

    HARRISONBURG — With the temperatures cooling and leaves changing, Valley hunters will soon head back into the woods looking for their next trophy and a little extra meat for the freezer. Read More

  • Harrisonburg Police Seek Info On ‘Peeper’

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department seeks information on a man who residents say has been acting suspiciously in recent weeks along South Main Street between East Grattan Street and South Avenue. Read More

  • Six Years For Online Sex Charge

    HARRISONBURG — A Portsmouth man will spend six years in prison for proposing sex to a minor over the Internet. Read More

  • Trial In Theft Case Set

    HARRISONBURG — A two-day jury trial has been scheduled for a Weyers Cave woman whose former boss said she embezzled about $340,000. Read More

  • Rift Between Attorney, Supervisors Grows

    WOODSTOCK — Tensions between supervisors and Shenandoah County’s attorney surfaced at Tuesday’s board meeting. Read More

  • Students Thinking Outside The Classroom At EMS

    HARRISONBURG — History came alive Friday at Eastern Mennonite School, where all students stepped outside the classroom for an interactive day of 19th century Valley life. Read More

  • Four T’Ville Council Seats Up Nov. 4

    Timberville voters will be asked to choose among five candidates vying for four Town Council seats on Tuesday, although one hopeful isn’t on the ballot while another who is dropped out of the race. Read More

  • United Way Finds A New City Home

    HARRISONBURG — The United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County is finally on the move. Read More

  • NEW: City Seeking Residents’ Feedback in Online Survey

    city’s Public Information Office launched a public survey Thursday to gather ideas for keeping residents informed. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Changing Face Of Health Care

    HARRISONBURG — For many in the business of making or keeping people healthy, 2014 has been a year of transformation. Read More

  • Election 2014 — Harrisonburg City Council

    Editor’s note: On Nov. 4, Harrisonburg voters will go to the polls to choose from among six candidates to fill two City Council seats. Of the candidates, only Ted Byrd, a Republican, is an incumbent, ensuring at least one new face on the five-member council. The other incumbent whose seat is up for election, Councilman Charles Chenault, chose not to seek another four-year term. The remaining five candidates include one other Republican, D.D. Dawson; Democrats Alleyn Harned and Christopher Jones; Libertarian Helen Shibut; and independent Joshua Huffman. As part of the Daily News-Record’s 2014 campaign coverage, political reporter Bryan Gilkerson asked each candidate to respond to the same questions in 75 to 100 words. Below are their responses; some have been edited for style considerations and length. Read More

  • Video: 14th Annual SWAT Competition

    The competition, while friendly, serves as a means to develop and practice skills which may be employed during high-risk, life-and-death scenarios. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Fast vs. Slow

    HARRISONBURG —At just 26 years old and having coached his short career in Texas and the Midwest, James Madison co-offensive coordinator Drew Mehringer has had to learn about some of the Dukes’ Colonial Athletic Association football rivals quickly. Read More

  • H-SC Scores Plenty

    HARRISONBURG — Fresh off a much-needed victory, the Bridgewater College football team will need to make a “180-degree turn,” according to coach Michael Clark, with Hampden-Sydney — perfect in Old Dominion Athletic Conference play — coming to town this afternoon. Read More

  • BHS In A Runaway

    BROADWAY – Broadway High School made it abundantly clear that it’s still a run-first team — and now the Gobblers have run all the way to at least a share of the Valley District football championship. Read More

  • ERHS Smacks Buffalo Gap

    ELKTON — At one point during East Rockingham High School’s football game against Buffalo Gap, senior running back Shannon Cross put on the coach’s headset and took a break from playing. Read More

  • Fridley Keys Victory

    BRIDGEWATER – It’s been a trying season in many ways for the Turner Ashby High School football team, but the Knights relished playing spoiler Friday night. Read More

  • EMHS Blanks Trinity

    HARRISONBURG – Senior midfielder Taylor Martin scored two first-half goals and senior midfielder Chad Lehman added two assists to lift Eastern Mennonite High School to a 5-0 win over Trinity at Meadow View in the first round of the Virginia Independent Schools Division II state soccer tournament Friday. Read More

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