DAILY TOP 5 READ

  • #1 - East Rock Mourns Student
  • #2 - VSP Mum On Double Fatality
  • #3 - A Wedding And A New Buggy Horse
  • #4 - Sentara RMH Adds New Space
  • #5 - TA Nips SHS, 3-2

SKYLINE

  • Got A Taste For Something Sweet?
  • A Wedding And A New Buggy Horse
  • Music For The Ages
  • In Praise Of The Unsung Heroes

TOP STORIES

  • Businesses To Raise Cash For Families Of Teens In Crash

    ELKTON — A locally owned Domino’s is partnering with other Elkton-area businesses to help the families of two teens involved in last week’s fatal car crash. Read More

  • East Rock Mourns Student

    ELKTON — Ethan Zander’s own words rang through the East Rockingham High School gymnasium Tuesday night, soothing aching hearts even though he wasn’t there to speak them. Read More

  • DN-R Leadership Award Winners

    HARRISONBURG — Despite her credentials and letters of recommendation praising her work as a leader, Brenna Cowardin, 18, was pleasantly surprised Tuesday morning. Read More

  • VSP Mum On Double Fatality

    HARRISONBURG — Questions remained unanswered a day after a Memorial Day crash in Page County killed a Luray couple and hospitalized a Virginia State Police trooper. Read More

  • Sentara RMH Adds New Space

    HARRISONBURG — Sentara RMH Medical Center has begun work on a project to turn unused space inside its main building into training rooms. Read More

  • City Mulls JMU Precinct

    HARRISONBURG — City Council has agreed to send the issue of whether to establish a James Madison University voting precinct back to the city’s Electoral Board — with some directions in mind. Read More

  • Electoral Board Wants No Change This Year

    HARRISONBURG — The city School Board may have filled its vacant seat, but the Electoral Board is still weighing the merits of changing the election ordinances. Read More

  • BUSINESS JOURNAL: Apartments Rise Around Friendly City

    HARRISONBURG — Unless you’re a college student, apartment options in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County for years were relegated mostly to city complexes and small developments in nearby towns.That’s no longer the case. Read More

  • NEWS TO ME: How Best To Inspire Innovation

    Leaders drive innovation. Or block it. A recent survey of business leaders revealed that 94 percent of business leaders consider innovation key to their organizations’ success, but only 14 percent are confident about their organizations’ ability to drive innovation. Read More

SPORTS HEADLINES

  • TA Nips SHS, 3-2

    WAYNESBORO – Not even a 54-minute rain delay could slow down Trent Abernathy in the Turner Ashby High School baseball team’s Conference 29 semifinal game Tuesday. Read More

  • A Valley Final In Softball

    CROZET – Focus was the theme of the day for Turner Ashby High School’s softball team. Even though the undefeated Knights didn’t have it on two plays in the field, they certainly had it at the plate. Read More

  • Martinez Lifts Knights

    BROADWAY — Outplayed for long stretches of Thursday’s first half, the Turner Ashby High School boys’ soccer team was fortunate to enter halftime with a scoreless tie. Read More

  • High School Roundup

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Freshman midfielder Blair McGloon and freshman forward Rosada Cedeno scored goals in the second half to lift third-seeded Spotswood High School to a 2-1 comeback win over second-seeded Monticello in a Conference 29 girls’ soccer semifinal Tuesday at Monticello High School. Read More

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