DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Calif. Firm Buys City Data Center
  • #2 - Search For Missing Woman Continues
  • #3 - Texting Detector In Works
  • #4 - NEW: Two Injured In Page Crash
  • #5 - S. Truett Cathy, RIP

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Police Seek 'Person Of Interest' For Missing Student

    CHARLOTTESVILLE (AP) — Police have released a description of a “person of interest” in the disappearance of a University of Virginia student. Read More

  • NEW: Two Injured In Page Crash

    HARRISONBURG — Two Luray residents were flown to the University of Virginia Medical Center today after a single-vehicle crash in Page County. Read More

  • NEW: Plane Lands Without Gear, Nobody Injured

    HARRISONBURG — A small, private plane landed without its landing gear functioning late this morning at Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, but nobody was injured and there was no disruption to service, Executive Director Greg Campbell said. Read More

  • NEW: ShenCo Gets Tourism Grant

    HARRISONBURG — Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced today that more than $852,000 in matching grant funds will be awarded to 46 local tourism initiatives as part of Virginia Tourism Corporation’s Marketing Leverage Program. Read More

  • Calif. Firm Buys City Data Center

    HARRISONBURG — A California company has purchased a city data center for $59 million. Read More

  • Texting Detector In Works

    HARRISONBURG — To crack down on texting while driving in its state, the Tennessee Highway Patrol uses an 18-wheeler to give troopers a bird’s-eye view of smaller vehicles and the illegal actions of their operators. Read More

  • A Justice For All

    HARRISONBURG — On rare occasions, Virginia Supreme Court Justice William C. Mims can get away from formal titles and once again be “Billy from Mason Street.” Read More

  • City Park Has Gone To The Dogs

    HARRISONBURG — The city’s canines were finally able to run free as the Smithland Road Dog Park — Harrisonburg’s first off-leash dog park — opened with a ceremonial leash cutting Wednesday morning. Read More

  • Candidates File Finance Statements

    HARRISONBURG — Mayor Ted Byrd received the most in contributions during July and August among the six Harrisonburg City Council candidates, according to campaign finance documents. Read More

  • Turner Ashby A Grant Finalist

    HARRISONBURG — Turner Ashby High School is one of three finalists for a grant that would pay for a new paved trail, and now it’s up to the public to help the school reach its goal. Read More

  • Search For Missing Woman Continues

    Page County law enforcement officials continue to search for a woman who’s been missing since last week. Read More

  • Withstanding The ‘Test Of Time’

    PENN LAIRD — “President James Madison” chatted with fourth-graders at Cub Run Elementary School on Tuesday as part of his annual Constitution Day visit to the school. Read More

  • Public Invited To Discuss Views At Summit In City

    HARRISONBURG — City residents and organizations will hold a community meeting on Saturday designed to build knowledge, relationships and partnerships. Read More

  • Ole’ Time Family Fun Returns To Edinburg

    Bed races, basketball and bands will take over Edinburg’s downtown this weekend with the Ole’ Time Festival’s annual return. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Startup Fever?

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

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Green = Go

    HARRISONBURG — His prolific touchdown runs at Hillside High School in Durham, N.C., made Vad Lee a coveted quarterback recruit in 2011. Last Saturday, James Madison University football fans finally got to see those legs in action. Read More

  • VHSL Sees Red

    HARRISONBURG – With the Virginia High School League expanding from three classifications to six last year, VHSL executive director Ken Tilley expected revenue to decrease because of higher operational costs. Read More

  • No Slump At BHS

    BROADWAY – In retrospect, Broadway High School wide receiver Tyler Williams wasn’t sure what to think of then-freshman quarterback Kirk Rygol in the leadup to the 2013 season. Read More

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