DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Rockingham Clerk Announces Re-Election Plans
  • #2 - ‘It’s About Giving’
  • #3 - DEQ Denies Area Waterway, Again
  • #4 - Ramblin’ Man
  • #5 - Va. Incentives Take Aim At Page County

SKYLINE

  • ‘As He’s Always Been’
  • You Must Believe
  • Ramblin’ Man
  • Bringing A Piece Of The Past To VFW Post 9660

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TOP STORIES

  • New Law In Virginia Eyes Older Drivers

    HARRISONBURG — State lawmakers and the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles expect the roads to be safer starting in 2015 with a new law requiring older drivers to have more vision screenings at an earlier age. Read More

  • Conservation Efforts Hailed

    TENTH LEGION — To Mike Phillips, Valley View Farm is not just his livelihood — it’s the link between the past and the future. Read More

  • DEQ Denies Area Waterway, Again

    HARRISONBURG — One Valley conservationist described the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality’s decision to not include the Shenandoah River on the 2014 impaired waters listing due to algae as a “clear dereliction of duty.” Read More

  • Rockingham Clerk Announces Re-Election Plans

    HARRISONBURG — The Rockingham County clerk of circuit court announced on Friday he will run for a second term in November. Read More

  • Sentara RMH Gets ‘Magnet’ Designation

    HARRISONBURG — A four-year journey for the Sentara RMH Medical Center is complete, as the hospital was named a Magnet hospital Friday by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Read More

  • Va. Incentives Take Aim At Page County

    HARRISONBURG — Christmas came early in Page County as Gov. Terry McAuliffe named it Thursday as a location where businesses will be encouraged to open up shop with state help. Read More

  • ‘It’s About Giving’

    BROADWAY — One Rockingham County school sought a different way to give back this holiday season. Read More

  • DEQ Issues Fines To Two Businesses

    HARRISONBURG — Two corporations have been fined more than $10,000 after a pair of separate incidents resulted in pollutant discharges into unpermitted streams, violating state water control law. Read More

  • City To Replace West Rock Bridge

    HARRISONBURG — The city is seeking contractors to replace the concrete bridge that crosses Blacks Run on West Rock Street. Read More

  • Shenandoah Valley Business Journal: 10 Under 40

    Throughout the fall, we asked members of the community to nominate up-and-coming business people. After whittling the list of nearly 40 nominees down to just 10 names, we present the winners. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • ‘Older’ Better For High Point

    HARRISONBURG – With three games remaining in the non-conference season, the James Madison men’s basketball team has already won seven of 10 matchups. Read More

  • JMU Adds Depth

    HARRISONBURG — James Madison women’s basketball coach Kenny Brooks said he had never had a transfer join the lineup in midseason. His first — former St. John’s guard Ashley Perez — became eligible Monday against Ohio. Read More

  • SHS Rolls Along

    PENN LAIRD – As senior guard Khalil Davis raced up the court en route to one of his eight baskets Friday night at Spotswood High School, Trailblazers boys’ basketball coach Chad Edwards yelled out a familiar set of directions. Read More

  • Area Roundup

    HARRISONBURG – Senior guard Jamal Simpson scored 33 points and drained six 3-pointers as Stuarts Draft defeated Harrisonburg High School 124-106 in an uncommonly high-scoring boys’ basketball game Friday. Read More

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