DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - NEW: Crash Sends Turkeys Along I-81 Ramp
  • #2 - Police ID JMU Student Found Dead At Residence
  • #3 - NEW: Grottoes Resident Indicted On Murder Solicitation
  • #4 - Ice House Adds To Downtown Mixed-Use Mix
  • #5 - Fun, Food By The Truckload

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: VDOT Welcomes Input On Six-Year Plan

    HARRISONBURG — The Commonwealth Transportation Board hosts a public hearing on its six-year improvement plan Tuesday. Read More

  • NEW: Grottoes Resident Indicted On Murder Solicitation

    HARRISONBURG — A Grottoes woman accused of attempting to hire a hit man to kill two family members and four other people was indicted on 10 felony charges today. Read More

  • NEW: Augusta Co. Seeks Missing Skid Loaders

    HARRISONBURG — The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of two Bobcat skid loaders from T.B. Pallets, at 3879 East Side Highway in Grottoes. Read More

  • NEW: City School Board To Interview Candidates Tuesday

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg City School Board will not hold interviews for an interim board member tonight as previously scheduled. Read More

  • NEW: Crash Sends Turkeys Along I-81 Ramp

    HARRISONBURG — A tractor trailer hauling turkeys overturned at the northbound mile marker 240 exit ramp on Interstate 81 shortly after 9 a.m. today, sending the driver to Sentara RMH Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, according to state police. Read More

  • Work Starts Today On Carlton Street Roundabout

    HARRISONBURG — Work is set to begin today on the city’s second traffic roundabout. Read More

  • To Sir, With Love

    HARRISONBURG — As a co-founder of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity, Edgar Amos Love had hundreds of brothers around the country. Read More

  • Inside Maternal Matters

    HARRISONBURG — As visitors cycled through exhibits at the Sentara RMH Medical Center on Sunday afternoon, two delivery nurses helped people experience what it feels like to be pregnant. Read More

  • Ice House Adds To Downtown Mixed-Use Mix

    HARRISONBURG — The corner of Bruce and South Liberty streets could get much busier this spring, now that the Ice House’s vendors are almost all open for business. Read More

  • Police ID JMU Student Found Dead At Residence

    HARRISONBURG — On Sunday, police confirmed the identity of a woman who died late last week as 20-year-old James Madison University student Marisa Curlen. Read More

  • Tea Party To Host Moxley

    HARRISONBURG — A recent court ruling required Dan Moxley to switch gears in his hunt for this year’s Republican nomination to represent Virginia’s 24th Senate District. Read More

  • Dogs, Owners Turn Out For A Cause

    HARRISONBURG — Cooper isn’t usually one for long distance running. Read More

  • DN-R Staffers Earn Press Awards At Annual Banquet

    HARRISONBURG — Six staff members of the Daily News-Record were recognized for their work at the Virginia Press Association’s annual awards banquet Saturday in Roanoke. Read More

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

    TIMBERVILLE — 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

  • Yearlong Sweep

    HARRISONBURG — Bridgewater College track and field coach Shane Stevens left Saturday’s Old Dominion Athletic Conference championship meet with a case of sun poisoning on both of his legs. Read More

  • Hope For HHS?

    HARRISONBURG – Harrisonburg High School might soon have better-skilled players well-versed in the safest way to play football. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG – Eastern Mennonite University has ended a 12-year Old Dominion Athletic Conference baseball tournament drought, qualifying as the No. 6 seed in the six-team event at Lynchburg’s City Stadium. Read More

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