The department just spent more than $12,000 to buy a polygraph machine and train an officer to operate it.
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The Giles County Christian Service Mission is expanding to reach more food insecure people in the area.
A project that has been years in the making is getting closer to its first phase of completion.
The cloud in the air at Meadows of Dan Baptist Church is not smoke, the way it was two years ago.
Pulaski County leaders are trying to figure out how to increase next year’s budget by 30 percent.
The town of Blacksburg is working to change the course of action once again for a historically dangerous intersection.
Christiansburg police are urging parents to talk to their children about safety, after a man tries to lure three boys into his truck at a pa…
Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. is getting help from the state to bring in visitors all year long.
The Blacksburg Town Council rejected the latest plan to develop the old Blacksburg High School site.
A four-legged police officer in Radford will get a bullet and stab proof vest, thanks to an anonymous donor.
A community is mourning the loss of two women in Bland County, after a hit and run left them dead during their daily walk together.
A community came together to talk about a disease that has taken dozens from the Roanoke Valley in the last year.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office teamed up with the Christiansburg Police Department to create a safe zone for various exchanges.
The majority of intersections that made Blacksburg’s crash list in the last year involve some point on South Main Street.
Tom and Whitney Blaszak brought their crew in to see our newsroom and studio, including newly adopted Sophia.
A Blacksburg developer has a proposal he believes could end the standoff between Montgomery County and the town of Blacksburg regarding futu…
Members of the Virginia Tech and Blacksburg communities praised a Virginia judge’s injunction against President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
The Montgomery County school system said it needs more money from the county this year, or some people could be out of a job.
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership has a new leader, and he spent some of his first days on the job in southwest Virginia.
Branch Botanicals is building a $20 million facility in Progress Park.