DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Late Night Chase Ends With Crash
  • #2 - Niece Exchanges Wedding Vows
  • #3 - Shenandoah Hardware Closing Its Doors
  • #4 - Preacher Tried To Reach JMU Students With Truth
  • #5 - Changing Lanes ...

SKYLINE

  • Pushing Past The Pie
  • Niece Exchanges Wedding Vows
  • Jazz 4 Justice
  • A Six-Hour Setback

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TOP STORIES

  • 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

  • NEW: Crash Shuts Down South Eastside Highway

    UPDATE (12:10 p.m.) - The scene is cleared, and all lanes open. HARRISONBURG — The Virginia Department of Transportation says U.S. 340 (South Eastside Highway) between Elkton and Grottoes in Rockingham County will be closed until after noon because of a crash. Read More

  • Late Night Chase Ends With Crash

    HARRISONBURG — An Elkton man faces a half-dozen charges after leading police on a chase that ended when he crashed his vehicle. Read More

  • Many Valley Schools See Grad Rates Drop

    HARRISONBURG — Virginia’s on-time graduation rate for 2014 improved from the previous year, but most central Valley divisions saw their rates drop. Read More

  • Sharing The Stage

    HARRISONBURG — It was a largely congenial affair at Tuesday night’s City Council candidate forum, although there were a few issues where the candidates disagreed. Read More

  • SNP: Park Puts Protection First

    Campers and hikers have a few less options in the Shenandoah National Park backcountry. Read More

  • Burn Planned At Big Meadows

    A portion of Big Meadows is scheduled to be part of an annual prescribed burn in Shenandoah National Park in the coming days. Read More

  • Changing Lanes ...

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Public Works Department made changes last week to traffic patterns at two intersections. Read More

  • A Fruitful Biz

    HARRISONBURG — When wine lovers crack open a bottle, more and more often it’s coming from Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley. Read More

  • Shenandoah Hardware Closing Its Doors

    SHENANDOAH — They gave it a go, but after 6½ years, Shenandoah Hardware is closing. Read More

  • NEW: Work To Close Water Street Section Wednesday, Thursday

    HARRISONBURG — Water Street between Main and Liberty streets will be closed Wednesday and Thursday as crews install conduit for a new traffic and pedestrian signal, according to an announcement from the city. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Area Roundup: SHS Still Perfect

    BROADWAY — Sophomore outside hitter Addisen DeLucas had eight kills and 17 digs to lead Spotswood High School to a 25-15, 25-18, 25-21 victory over Broadway in a Valley District volleyball match Tuesday at BHS. Read More

  • Derstine Gives EMU An Assist

    HARRISONBURG – Jenessa Derstine arrived at Eastern Mennonite University in the fall of 2011 as an incoming member of the Royals’ women’s basketball team. Read More

  • Tough Love Pays Off

    HARRISONBURG — Leading up to last week’s Delaware game, James Madison football coach Everett Withers was tougher on senior outside linebacker Sage Harold than he had ever been. Read More

  • Gandy Mode

    HARRISONBURG – There are certain points throughout an Eastern Mennonite High School soccer match where coach Ben Roth Shank says junior forward Ryan Gandy is “unstoppable.” Read More

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