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  • #1 - Property Transfers
  • #2 - Bojangles Makes Area Debut Today
  • #3 - TA Grad Dies In Crash
  • #4 - HPD Seeks Burglary Suspect
  • #5 - Islamic State Must Be Defeated

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  • Luray Planning To Get Tough, Muddy With Upcoming Run

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TOP STORIES

  • TA Grad Dies In Crash

    HARRISONBURG — A city teen died in a single-vehicle crash on North Valley Pike late Thursday night. Read More

  • SNP Nears ‘Grand Finale’

    If a year in the Shenandoah National Park were a symphony, Superintendent Jim Northrup thinks of the fall season as the “fantastic grand finale.” Read More

  • B’Water Vet Gets Honor

    HARRISONBURG — Former Bridgewater resident Brig. Gen. Robinson Risner was buried in Arlington National Cemetery earlier this year, but his name will live on many states away. Read More

  • ‘Mayor-A-Thon’ Coming To Harvest Festival

    Patrons at the Music and Harvest Festival this October should be on the lookout for runners, as the first Mayor-A-Thon 5K is due to arrive. Read More

  • Paving To Affect City Streets Starting Sunday

    HARRISONBURG — Old pavement will be torn up and new asphalt will be put down on four city streets beginning Sunday. Read More

  • Shenandoah County Awarded Tourism Grant

    Shenandoah County received $4,760 in matching grant funds for its “Come Play Outdoors!” from the Virginia Tourism Corporation’s Marketing and Leverage Program on Thursday. Read More

  • Break-In Case Nets City Man Prison Term

    HARRISONBURG — A city man will serve three years in prison for breaking into Rockingham County convenience stores and stealing cigarettes. Read More

  • Crash Victim Improves

    HARRISONBURG — A Luray woman’s condition improved Friday afternoon at the University of Medical Center, where she was flown following a crash on Thursday. Read More

  • Bojangles Makes Area Debut Today

    HARRISONBURG — Chicken lovers — and here in poultry country, we know there are more than a few of them — have a new option for fast-food wings, breasts, legs and thighs. Read More

  • ‘Crepes For Haiti’ A Recipe For Help

    HARRISONBURG — The French cooking club at Skyline Middle School did a little magic on Friday night. Read More

  • Battlefields Foundation Asks New Market For Easements

    NEW MARKET — New Market may make changes to its growth and annexation plan if two easements are approved for the north end of town. Read More

  • HPD Seeks Burglary Suspect

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department needs the public’s help in identifying a burglary suspect. Read More

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  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Startup Fever?

    HARRISONBURG — When the entrepreneurial bug bites, sound thinking can go out the window. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Huge CAA Test

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison football coach Everett Withers rattled off the same message all through August, declaring that the Dukes were preparing for the first four games of the 2014 season. Read More

  • BHS Rips Draft

    BROADWAY – The Gobblers had an early homecoming game due to scheduling and played in front of a packed stadium where they didn’t disappoint. Read More

  • Cross, Eagles Rush To Win

    MADISON – After playing the game of his life Friday night against Madison County, East Rockingham High School senior tailback Shannon Cross maintained he hadn’t actually done anything special. Read More

  • Blazers Get 1st Win

    PENN LAIRD — After three quarters, it looked like the Spotswood High School football team would fall to 0-4 on the season. Read More

  • HHS Loses 55-0

    BEDFORD — Exactly how intense can a Monday film session get? Read More

  • Monticello Routs TA

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Monticello knew that they had to be ready entering Friday night’s tussle with Turner Ashby. Read More

  • EMHS Loses, 4-2, In Soccer

    HARRISONBURG – Ward Van de Water notched a hat trick, including both first-half goals, as Highland School defeated Eastern Mennonite High School 4-2 in the first game of the Menno Classic high school boys’ soccer tournament Friday. Read More

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