Franklin County is looking for more mandated reporters of abuse and neglect when it comes to children in the county.
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Talks are underway about converting the town of Blacksburg to a city.
Mayor Ron Rordam of Blacksburg took to social media Wednesday to announce he will not seek re-election in 2017.
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More than 72 years after the end of World War II, Talmage Claytor in Buena Vista is getting recognition for his service.
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The 2017 Master Plan for Virginia Tech is still in the beginning phase and they’re hoping to get the feedback from the public to help create…
Instead of sleeping, more than 40 college students helped renovate a home for a family in need during their spring break.
Flights have been canceled and it’s expected to get much worse as the system builds and moves to the northeast.
Downtown Roanoke will be filled Saturday with people enjoying one of the biggest weekends of the year.
Since snow days are few and far in between around the Roanoke Valley, the public works department is using these snow plows even less. Even …
On Wednesday night, Roanoke police officers responded to a disorder call in the 900 block of 21st Street NW.
A group known for making handmade quilts for several area non-profits is in need of a new place to set up shop.
The Better Business Bureau serving Western Virginia is celebrating National Consumer Protection Week
In the past few weeks, they’ve seen about five fires which started outside, but still managed to catch the home on fire.
As officers approached the house, they heard a gunshot and backed away.
A longtime tradition benefiting the Salem -Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce continues this year.
Traffic issues in front of a Roanoke City School are causing police to address the problem.