DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Police Identify Pedestrian Killed On South Main
  • #2 - Search On For New Principal
  • #3 - County Eyes Growth East Of City
  • #4 - Bad News For The Eichers
  • #5 - ‘We Need All Of Us’

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TOP STORIES

  • AP Reports Kasich To Quit Race

    WASHINGTON — John Kasich plans to end his bid for the White House, making Donald Trump the presumptive Republican nominee for president. Read More

  • SNP Reopens All Trails

    HARRISONBURG — The last of the trails closed by the Rocky Mount Fire in the Shenandoah National Park are now open, the park announced today in a news release. Read More

  • Police Identify Pedestrian Killed On South Main

    HARRISONBURG — Harrisonburg police have identified the pedestrian who was struck and killed by a vehicle Monday night. Read More

  • Mr. White Goes To Washington

    TIMBERVILLE ­— When Chad White started Class-Tech-Cars, a business that supplies reproduced parts for classic vehicles, in 2004, he didn’t expect lobbying Congress would be one of his tasks as an Internet entrepreneur. Read More

  • County Eyes Growth East Of City

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County is taking steps to aid growth east of Harrisonburg. Read More

  • New Market Mayor Wins Second Term

    New Market Mayor Doug Bradley cruised to re-election as Shenandoah County held polling for local offices Tuesday. Read More

  • Search On For New Principal

    HARRISONBURG — John Wayland Elementary School’s 560 students and 93 employees will soon have a new leader. Read More

  • Northeast Neighborhood To Host Festival

    HARRISONBURG — The Northeast Neighborhood Association will host its second Spring Fun Festival at the Lucy F. Simms Continuing Education Center from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Read More

  • ‘We Need All Of Us’

    HARRISONBURG — Speakers at the annual “Oysters with Obenshain” fundraiser Tuesday are seeking political office, but they were mostly concerned with an election none is in the running for. Read More

  • Dayton’s New Town Manager Taking The Reins

    DAYTON — Robert Popowicz has learned quite a bit about Dayton in his first week as its new town manager. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Markets Take On Different Meanings

    HARRISONBURG — Hundreds of people are flocking to the Harrisonburg Farmers Market on Tuesdays and Saturdays to pick up fresh food grown by their neighbors, and similar markets will open in the coming weeks in communities up and down the Shenandoah Valley. Read More

  • REAL ESTATE: Congratulations — It’s A Beautiful New Location

    When Andrea and I realized we were going to have our first child we had a relatively clear vision of our parenting rules. After he was born, everything was documented, sanitized and organized. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: Creating Formal Hierarchy Key To Business Success

    Hierarchy is essential. That’s the clear message in an article appearing in the March issue of HR Magazine. Much of the organizational literature devoted to downsizing has touted the elimination of top-down structure, particularly because it reduces bureaucracy and speeds decision-making. 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

  • Houston Bound

    BRIDGEWATER — Marin Warring’s nickname is Bacon. Read More

  • JMU’s ‘Team’ Guy

    HARRISONBURG — About six weeks ago, a doctor told James Madison senior left-hander Aaron Hoover that he was not medically cleared to join the Army after graduation. Read More

  • Chemistry Pushes ERHS

    ELKTON — After retreating to East Rockingham High School during a weather delay Tuesday, the Eagles’ baseball players passed the mandatory 30-minute timeframe by telling jokes to each other. Read More

  • JMU’s Richards Gets Skins Tryout

    HARRISONBURG — Former James Madison offensive lineman Dominick Richards has received an invitation to Washington Redskins rookie minicamp next weekend, he said Tuesday. Read More

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