DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Errant Shot Kills Woman In Shenandoah County
  • #2 - Fire Burns Page County Property
  • #3 - NEW: JMU Hosting Liberty In Round 1
  • #4 - Dinner Date With History
  • #5 - People Not Happy With Warner

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TOP STORIES

  • JMU Study Targets Prediabetes

    HARRISONBURG — The tens of thousands of Virginians — 9.8 of every 100 people in the state — now living with diabetes are familiar with its potential health risks. Read More

  • A Risky, Familiar Lifestyle

    Americans living with prediabetes — having an elevated blood sugar level that carries a risk of developing Type 2 diabetes — has been a growing concern among health care professionals for decades. Read More

  • Dinner Date With History

    BROADWAY — While for some, a candlelight dinner is a ticket to romance, at the John Kline Homestead it’s a ticket to another time. Read More

  • Errant Shot Kills Woman In Shenandoah County

    HARRISONBURG — A Shenandoah County woman died as the result of what appears to be an accidental shooting Sunday evening, police say. Read More

  • Valley School Leaders Get An Education

    HARRISONBURG — The voice for the state’s public school divisions — the Virginia School Board Association — concluded its annual three-day conference Friday in Williamsburg. Read More

  • Fire Burns Page County Property

    PAGE COUNTY — Several fire crews and the Virginia Department of Forestry responded to a house fire about three miles southwest of Stanley that quickly spread into surrounding woods around noon Friday. Read More

  • REFI Marks 20th Anniversary

    HARRISONBURG — When the Rockingham Educational Foundation Inc. began it had a simple goal: to support county schools. Read More

  • Long Stare

  • NEW: JMU Hosting Liberty In Round 1

    The Dukes, one of four CAA teams receiving bids Sunday, will open the FCS playoffs at home. 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

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Big Stats Propel JMU Past Pitt

    HARRISONBURG – Looking for his team to “bounce back” from a poor effort in a victory at American, James Madison women’s basketball coach Kenny Brooks watched as three Dukes posted career performances against an Atlantic Coast Conference program making its first visit to the Convocation Center. Read More

  • Hall Back Today

    HARRISONBURG – A four-day stretch in between games came at a convenient time for the James Madison men’s basketball team. Read More

  • BC Men 32nd In NCAA CC

    MASON, Ohio – The Bridgewater College men’s cross country team finished 32nd Saturday at the NCAA Division III championships at The Golf Center at King’s Island. Read More

  • Catholic Beats BC In Women’s Hoops

    WASHINGTON – Sophomore guard Michelle DeSantis scored 21 points as Catholic routed Bridgewater College 76-45 in a non-conference women’s basketball game Sunday. Read More

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