DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Police: Driver In Fatal Admits To Smoking Pot
  • #2 - Joyner Out, Too
  • #3 - Smille, You’re On Camera
  • #4 - NEW: Rosetta CEO To Resign
  • #5 - Elkton Woman Sentenced For Role In Shooting

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TOP STORIES

  • NEW: Page Murder Charges Certified To Grand Jury

    HARRISONBURG — Murder charges against a Page County father and son were certified Thursday afternoon to a Page County Circuit Court grand jury, online records state. Read More

  • NEW: City School Board Chairman Resigns

    HARRISONBURG — Honoring his stated intentions from earlier this week, Dany Fleming has resigned from the Harrisonburg City School Board, which he served as chairman. Read More

  • NEW: Governor Signs State Budget

    RICHMOND (AP) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed a new state budget that includes a pay increase for state employees, boosts cash benefits for welfare recipients and has more money for the governor to spend on economic development. Read More

  • NEW: Rosetta CEO To Resign

    HARRISONBURG — Rosetta Stone Inc. (NYSE: RST) announced today that its top official will leave the company at the end of the month and will be replaced by a member of the company’s board. Read More

  • NEW: Blood Drive 6-Year-Old's 'Birthday Wish'

    HARRISONBURG — For her 6th birthday, Chloe Fuller didn’t ask for toys. Instead, she would rather other kids receive the same thing that saved her life last year: the gift of blood. Read More

  • NEW: Volunteers Sought For New Market Park Day

    HARRISONBURG — The New Market Battlefield State Historical Park is seeking volunteers to take part in a nationwide preservation effort this Saturday. Read More

  • NEW: McAuliffe Vetoes Six Redistricting Bills

    RICHMOND (AP) — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has vetoed six redistricting bills he says may be unconstitutional and are overly partisan. Read More

  • Elkton Woman Sentenced For Role In Shooting

    STAUNTON — A visibly shaking Andrea Mullan spent about 30 minutes Wednesday in tears in Augusta County Circuit Court, never at more of a struggle to collect herself than when she told the family of a Mount Sidney man she had “nothing” to do with his murder. Read More

  • Board Eyes Soon-To-Be Vacant Seat

    HARRISONBURG — With Dany Fleming planning to resign from the Harrisonburg City School Board, the remaining members of the panel must decide how his seat will be filled. Read More

  • Building Bridges

    HARRISONBURG — After 12 years of living in Lebanon and countless discussions with Arab leaders in Middle Eastern nations, Carl Medearis believes you can’t argue with a good story — that’s why Jesus spoke in parables. Read More

  • Police: Driver In Fatal Admits To Smoking Pot

    HARRISONBURG — The driver of a car involved in a two-vehicle crash last week that killed her passenger admitted to smoking marijuana before the incident occurred, according to a search warrant filed Monday in Rockingham County Circuit Court. Read More

  • City Updates Mulch Rules

    HARRISONBURG — A new city ordinance aims to reduce fires by separating mulch beds from siding. Read More

  • Smille, You’re On Camera

    HARRISONBURG — The Harrisonburg Police Department is just several weeks away from deploying its newest force: 30 body cameras. Read More

  • East Rock To Honor Counselor

    Officials with Rockingham County Public Schools have not forgotten former guidance counselor Jean Madren, and now future generations of students will know her name as well. Read More

  • Work-School-Volunteer-Life Balance

    At 14, Clover Hill resident Ryan Kline took his first EMS call. 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

  • HOMETOWN FRANKLIN: School’s Grand Opening On Tap

    FRANKLIN, W.Va. — The new state-of-the-art Franklin Elementary School will hold its grand opening Friday. Read More

  • HOMETOWN BRANDYWINE: Sweet Success

    BRANDYWINE, W.Va. — The happy face of her grandfather, Harry Thompson, eyeing his 70th birthday cake really touched specialty baker Linda T. Rexrode. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • Joyner Out, Too

    HARRISONBURG – The coaching shakeup in Valley District hoops continued on Wednesday, and it may not be over yet. Read More

  • No Field, But ...

    HARRISONBURG – It’s been one month since the official start of the high school baseball season, and second-year coach Kevin Tysinger’s Harrisonburg team has yet to conduct a full practice on its home field. Read More

  • QB Or Outfielder?

    BRIDGEWATER — When Kenner Berry was growing up, everybody told him he was better at baseball than football. Read More

  • JMU Softball Sweeps UNC

    HARRISONBURG – Freshman right-hander Megan Good tossed five no-hit innings, and James Madison blanked North Carolina 7-0 in the finale of a non-conference college softball doubleheader to earn a sweep Wednesday at Veterans Memorial Park. Read More

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