DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Officials Probe Cause Of Complex Fire
  • #2 - Voice Of The Dukes Bowing Out
  • #3 - Ready For Harvest?
  • #4 - ‘It’s Not About Men Versus Women’
  • #5 - Attorney By Day, Author By Heart

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TOP STORIES

  • Officials Probe Cause Of Complex Fire

    HARRISONBURG — On Friday, Harrisonburg resident Lynn Grear woke up with a strange feeling she still has trouble describing. Read More

  • Vaughan For The W-I-N

    HARRISONBURG — Mary Vaughan had just one competitor to worry about for much of the 2015 Regional Spelling Bee. Read More

  • Voice Of The Dukes Bowing Out

    HARRISONBURG — Karl Magenhofer recalls his first James Madison University men’s basketball radio broadcast fondly, even though he considers his work that day to be far from memorable. Read More

  • Attorney By Day, Author By Heart

    HARRISONBURG — Most folks are surprised when they find out Harrisonburg attorney David Nahm is also a published novelist, as are those who know him as an author when they learn of his day job. Read More

  • Ready For Harvest?

    HARRISONBURG — It may be the dead of winter, but the timing couldn’t be better for those who want to buy locally grown produce directly from the source. Read More

  • Researcher Wants To ‘Catch The Buzz’

    HARRISONBURG — For the past decade, Jessica Rykken has traveled to various national parks across the U.S. taking surveys of native bee populations. Read More

  • ‘It’s Not About Men Versus Women’

    HARRISONBURG — Sydney Klein’s career with Capital One got off to a bit of a bumpy start. Read More

  • Batters Up

  • JMU Beats Hofstra, Shares CAA Title

    HARRISONBURG – To conclude one of the wackiest regular seasons in the 30-year history of the Colonial Athletic Association, the stars aligned Saturday for James Madison’s basketball team as an unlikely turn of events led to coach Matt Brady’s squad grabbing a share of an unprecedented four-way league championship. Read More

  • HOMETOWN PORT REPUBLIC: ‘Town Hall’ Remodel Nearly Complete

    PORT REPUBLIC — If walls could talk, the chatter heard inside one historic Port Republic building would be deafening. Read More

  • HOMETOWN GROTTOES: Batter Up!

    GROTTOES — Spend just part of an evening at the Batting Cave and you may ask yourself: What took so long? Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Three Relatively Random Thoughts

    We live in a world of constant information. Consider this: On average, there are approximately 600 million opinions shared daily on Facebook and Twitter alone. This is before you take into account traditional media outlets, including television, newspapers, radio stations and the advertisements scattered throughout all of them. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Investors On The Post-Recession Plan

    HARRISONBURG — For stock market investors in October 2007, the sky seemed to be the limit. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard & Poor’s 500 reached all-time highs on Oct. 9, and on the last day of the month the NASDAQ Composite reached its highest point since the tech bubble burst in 2000. Then, the sky fell. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Lady Royals Lose In Semis

    SALEM – Senior forward Nancy Kelly scored 15 points to lead four players in double figures as No. 4 seed Virginia Wesleyan upset top-seeded Eastern Mennonite University 78-71 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference women’s basketball semifinal game Saturday at the Salem Civic Center. Read More

  • EMU Fall, 67-57

    SALEM – Senior guard Marcus Badger and senior forward Joe Hassell each scored 13 points to lead top-seeded Randolph-Macon past No. 4 seed Eastern Mennonite University 67-57 in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference men’s basketball semifinal game Saturday at the Salem Civic Center. Read More

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  • JMU Women Edge Delaware

    NEWARK, Del. – Precious Hall scored 24 points and fellow junior guard Jazmon Gwathmey added 21 points and seven rebounds to help James Madison edge Delaware 74-71 in a Colonial Athletic Association women’s basketball game Sunday at the Bob Carpenter Center. Read More

  • Dukes Split With Quinnipiac In Baseball

    HARRISONBURG – Second baseman Kyle McPherson and designated hitter Ky Parrott each hit solo home runs as James Madison beat Quinnipiac 9-6 in a non-conference college baseball game Sunday to earn a four-game series split at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

  • JMU Edges Penn State 2-1 In Softball

    ORLANDO, Fla. – Junior catcher Erica Field had a tiebreaking RBI double in the eighth inning as James Madison’s softball team beat Penn State 2-1 Sunday at the Citrus Classic. Read More

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