DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - UPDATE 4: Withers Disputes UNC Report
  • #2 - Police Investigate SNP Crime Scene
  • #3 - Student Accused Of Threat
  • #4 - Deputy Charged In Crash
  • #5 - McConnell Like Mansfield

SKYLINE

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: School Shooting Reported Near Seattle

    MARYSVILLE, Wash. (AP) — Police responded Friday to a high school north of Seattle after it was locked down amid reports of a shooting, and they say the shooter, a student, is dead. Read More

  • NEW: Warner, Herring Coming To Harrisonburg

    HARRISONBURG — U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring are scheduled to visit Harrisonburg just days before the Nov. 4 election for the senator. Read More

  • NEW: Public Service Planned For Burnett

    HARRISONBURG — A public memorial service for Dennis Burnett, the Shenandoah Valley Partnership executive director who died this week, is planned for 2 p.m. Sunday, the organization announced. Read More

  • Police Investigate SNP Crime Scene

    HARRISONBURG — Several police agencies, as well as the Medical Examiner’s Office, descended on Beldor Road in Rockingham County on Thursday to further process the scene where a body was found a day earlier. Read More

  • Student Accused Of Threat

    HARRISONBURG — The Bridgewater College Police Department charged a student Wednesday night with feloniously communicating a threat of bodily harm after an incident that forced the evacuation of Kline Campus Center. Read More

  • BRCC Symposium Highlights Enduring Hunger Problem

    WEYERS CAVE — The employment picture might be improving in the region, but a hunger problem lingers. That message was conveyed Thursday as the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank rolled out its quadrennial study on hunger in its service region as part of Hunger in America 2014, a nationwide effort commissioned by Feeding America. Read More

  • Ready For The Solar Show

  • Supes Fast-Track Buggy Lanes

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors put a proposed extension of alternative transportation lanes between Dayton and Harrisonburg into the fast lane Wednesday night, while another issue was tabled. Read More

  • Setback Regs Eyed

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors adopted by emergency ordinance a change to zoning regulations after a closed session during Wednesday’s meeting. Read More

  • Deputy Charged In Crash

    HARRISONBURG — Rockingham County Sheriff Bryan Hutcheson said a deputy involved in an on-duty crash in August has been charged with reckless driving, a misdemeanor, by Virginia State Police. Read More

  • Elkton Hopefuls Make Their Pitch

    ELKTON — Two men with at least 20 years of council experience vying to become Elkton’s next mayor must also best a candidate who was the top vote-getter as an 18-year-old running for council in 2012. Read More

  • Lawmakers Get Schooled

    WEYERS CAVE — Student poverty and testing pressure were up for discussion at the Shenandoah Valley Regional Program’s legislative dinner Wednesday. Read More

  • Valley Officials Prep For Ebola

    HARRISONBURG — As the federal government takes action to screen airline passengers traveling from Ebola-stricken West African nations, Valley health and emergency officials are also exploring steps to try to ensure the safety of the community. Read More

  • Precinct Pages

  • Snapshot Of The Day

  • UPDATE 4: Withers Disputes UNC Report

    A report into academic corruption at the University of North Carolina says current James Madison coach Everett Withers refused to cooperate with the investigation, even though JMU wanted him to do so. Read More

  • NEW: Charlotte On Fast Track To I-A As JMU Waits

  • Video: WWII Bomber Flight

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: ‘Little Guys’ Take On Big Boxes, Web

    HARRISONBURG — Bob Schurtz remembers the days when checking out his competition would involve only a short car ride and a few minutes of his time. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Lee Eyes Title

    HARRISONBURG – A year ago, R.E. Lee High School was in this same position, going up against another Valley District football team with first place on the line – without then-senior quarterback Javon Chisley. Read More

  • Blazers Now 20-0

    PENN LAIRD — It was a record-setting night in more ways than one. Senior setter Elizabeth Dofflemyer had a team-high 32 assists as Spotswood High School’s volleyball team improved to 20-0 for the first time in school history, beating Broadway 25-10, 25-21, 27-25 on senior night Thursday. Read More

  • Stifling ‘D’ Fuels Eagles

    BRIDGEWATER – Before a 1-0 loss at Washington & Lee on Wednesday, it had been more than 800 minutes – nearly 14 hours of real time – since an opponent has scored a goal against the Bridgewater College women’s soccer team. Read More

  • The Nation Problem

    HARRISONBURG — Whether he was answering a reporter’s questions or having a friendly chat with a coaching colleague during the Colonial Athletic Association’s media day Tuesday in Baltimore, James Madison basketball coach Matt Brady could hardly avoid one topic: Andre Nation. Read More

  • TA Sweeps HHS

    BRIDGEWATER — Junior setter/outside hitter Morgan Milligan tallied 21 points, seven aces and 14 assists as Turner Ashby High School swept Harrisonburg 25-8, 25-19, 25-12 in a Valley District volleyball match on Thursday night. Read More

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