DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Turner Ashby Principal Named
  • #2 - Truck Overturns, Spills Lumber On U.S. 33
  • #3 - Goodbye, Old Friend
  • #4 - BHS Chief Taking Greene County Post
  • #5 - JMU’s Okafor Drafted

SKYLINE

  • New: Harrisonburg Park Jam To Be Held April 17
  • Breaking Even
  • Goodbye, Old Friend
  • Wild And Scenic

opinion

TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Lawmakers Approve $100 Per Year Gift Cap

    RICHMOND (AP) — Virginia lawmakers have given preliminary approval to a new $100 gift cap from lobbyists and others trying to influence state government. Read More

  • NEW: Grand Caverns To Dedicate Wheelchair Station

    HARRISONBURG — The Grand Caverns Signature 5K Race will hold a dedication of an outdoor, wheelchair-accessible fitness station Saturday at Grand Caverns Park in Grottoes. Read More

  • NEW: Tolls Discussed On I-66 Near D.C.

    ARLINGTON (AP) — Northern Virginia's congressional delegation is raising concerns about plans to convert parts of Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway to express toll lanes. Read More

  • Truck Overturns, Spills Lumber On U.S. 33

    ELKTON — A 2001 Kenworth tractor-trailer hauling lumber overturned as it came down the mountain on U.S. 33 near Elkton on Thursday morning, spilling its contents across all lanes of travel and injuring several people, police say. Read More

  • HPD, ECC Eye Staff Additions

    HARRISONBURG — Two public safety agencies are due for personnel boosts if the proposed Harrisonburg budget ultimately passes as is. Read More

  • Remembering Normandy

    BRIDGEWATER — More than 70 years after the fact, Navy veteran Ernie Shumaker vividly recalls the tumultuous voyage his transport ship made to England to prepare for the Normandy Invasion — he was 17. Read More

  • Turner Ashby Principal Named

    HARRISONBURG — Turner Ashby High School will have one of its own in the principal’s office next school year. Read More

  • BHS Chief Taking Greene County Post

    HARRISONBURG — This summer will be a period of change for Rockingham County Schools, with at least four principals now set to leave the division. Read More

  • Deadline For 26th House Race Nears

    HARRISONBURG — Candidates interested in becoming the Republican nominee to represent the 26th District in the House of Delegates have one week left to file paperwork and pay a fee. Read More

  • Dedication For Love Historic Marker On Tap

    HARRISONBURG — A notable civil rights activist and Methodist bishop will get a permanent mark in the city this weekend. Read More

  • Ben & Jerry’s Founder Talks Business, Ethics

    BRIDGEWATER — When Jerry Greenfield reassured the audience at Bridgewater College on Thursday that free servings of Cherry Garcia, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and Americone Dream were awaiting them after his talk, people sighed with relief. Read More

  • Supervisors Keep SCPS Leftovers In General Fund

    WOODSTOCK — The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to keep $515,087 of Shenandoah County Public Schools’ fiscal 2014 fund balance in the county’s general fund, denying the school system’s request to use the funds for one-time capital projects. Read More

  • W.Va. Super Helps Dedicate New Franklin Elementary

    FRANKLIN, W.Va. — What began as a serious school dedication ceremony April 10 turned into a joyous occasion when West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Michael Martirano hopped off the VIP stage, grabbed a chair and plopped down in front of the Franklin Elementary School students seated on the gymnasium floor beside two tables flanked with state and county dignitaries. Read More

  • Rockin’ The Valley Festival Saturday

    The Shenandoah County Fairgrounds will be a-rockin’ this weekend, and the county fair association wants area rock and metal fans to come a-knockin’. Read More

  • Remembering Tech Victims

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: A Lo-o-o-ng Time Coming

    The display board outside that gives the hours for the Main Street Diner hides from public knowledge just how much work is being done inside. Read More

  • HOMETOWN TIMBERVILLE: Randy’s Does Its Best

    Since 2001, Randy’s Do-It-Best Hardware has provided the know-how on the leaky and whatever else to innumerable customers, many repeat ones, in the Food Lion shopping center. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Of Substance And Style

    It’s said that you’re focused on fun in your 20s, money in your 30s and 40s, status in your 50s and 60s, and health beyond. This is probably overly simplistic to the point of being largely untrue. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Approaching A Boom Time

    HARRISONBURG — Baby boomers have changed the world, and they’re about to begin reshaping and redefining retirement living. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Ford In High Gear

    HARRISONBURG – When it was all said and done Wednesday, Heather Kiefer charged out of the opposing dugout at East Carolina’s softball stadium and wrapped up fellow James Madison pitcher Jailyn Ford in a bear hug. Read More

  • Cross Capt. Clutch

    HARRISONBURG – It caused quite a celebration, but nobody was surprised when Shannon Cross delivered a two-out, walk-off double into the gap to score Isaac Dean during Wednesday night’s 3-2 victory over Luray in Elkton. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    SHENANDOAH — Junior right-hander Clay Atkins tossed his second shutout of the season to lead Page County High School past Stuarts Draft 1-0 in a Shenandoah District baseball game Thursday. Read More

  • JMU’s Okafor Drafted

    HARRISONBURG —James Madison center Lauren Okafor was selected in the third round of the WNBA draft by the Atlanta Dream on Thursday night. Read More

  • Schedule and Scores

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Specials
Advertisement
NDN Video News