DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - Two Valley Cases Reveal Reach Of Human Smuggling
  • #2 - Bill Targets Handling Of Campus Sex Assault
  • #3 - HPD Makes Arrest in Credit Card Larceny/Fraud Case
  • #4 - Biscuits And Bingo
  • #5 - Prevention: The Best Medicine

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TOP STORIES

  • HPD Makes Arrest in Credit Card Larceny/Fraud Case

    The Harrisonburg Police Department announced the arrest of a New Jersey man and woman on credit card fraud charges. Read More

  • Bill Targets Handling Of Campus Sex Assault

    HARRISONBURG — Sen. Mark Warner was one of eight U.S. senators who proposed legislation Wednesday aimed at holding colleges more accountable to protect students from sexual assault on campus. Read More

  • Two Valley Cases Reveal Reach Of Human Smuggling

    HARRISONBURG — Interstate 81 has made the Shenandoah Valley nationally relevant to criminal enterprises smuggling any number of goods, including humans. Read More

  • Biscuits And Bingo

    HARRISONBURG — A few minutes before 9 a.m., the dining area of the Harrisonburg Chick-fil-A is buzzing. Read More

  • Planners Look To Level Field

    HARRISONBURG — City residents wishing they had more say in public projects may get it. Read More

  • Prevention: The Best Medicine

    HARRISONBURG — Since the Harrisonburg Police Department shifted to a new policing strategy in November, Chief Stephen Monticelli said, officer Chris Monahan has led the way. Read More

  • Harrisonburg Schools Tackling Bullying

    HARRISONBURG — Call the act bullying, but labeling children who demonstrate that kind of behavior as “bullies” only exacerbates the problem, according to a trainer helping Harrisonburg schools develop plans to deal with the problem. Read More

  • Unemployment Rate Inches Up In Metro Area

    HARRISONBURG — The unemployment rate for much of the region increased slightly in June, the second consecutive month that saw an increase in the number of jobless claims. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Valley Tourism: It’s A Natural

    HARRISONBURG — Many people choose to live in the Shenandoah Valley because of its natural beauty. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • IU Coach Back At His Camp

    HARRISONBURG – This week marks the 29th consecutive year the Blue Ridge Running Camp has taken place at Eastern Mennonite University, and its director – Ron Helmer, Indiana University men’s and women’s cross country coach — said his philosophy over that time remains unchanged. Read More

  • New Digs At SHS

    HARRISONBURG – A season after getting a new golden-horseshoe logo and gray uniforms, Spotswood High School’s football team will have a brand new field when it opens its home schedule against Wilson Memorial on Sept. 12. Read More

  • Jacks Win 4-2, Force Game 3

    COVINGTON – Blake Edwards, Jose Carrera and Demetrius Moorer each had two hits to lead Covington to a 4-2 victory over Harrisonburg in Game 2 of a Valley Baseball League quarterfinals series Wednesday night at Casey Field. Read More

  • RCLB: Reds Beat Elkton

    ELKTON – Zach Brown delivered a two-run double as part of a five-run eighth inning, and Bridgewater rallied to defeat Elkton 6-3 in a Rockingham County Baseball League quarterfinal game Wednesday at Stonewall Memorial Park. Read More

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