Artist Phillip Barrett started setting up his photography collection of “The Spirit of Roanoke.”
Camden Eubanks turned 10 Monday and all he wanted for his birthday was a water balloon fight.
In the summer time there’s nothing like having fresh vegetables on the able, but a group of volunteers at Smith Mountain Lake know that’s a …
A local tattoo artist hopes to make a difference and set a Guinness world record with his work.
A birthday party in Botetourt County next week is receiving worldwide attention.
Tuesday night more than a dozen people picked up paint brushes and made a difference for Children’s Miracle Network and Carilion Clinic Chil…
For the third year 8-year-old Jordyn Webb collected pet supplies for the Franklin County Humane Society at her birthday party.
As an Eagle Scout project Jacob Stritesky landscaped an area outside of Northside High School in honor of TJ Conrad.
Saint Francis Service Dogs received a donation Thursday for making a difference in the community and Commonwealth.
A summer camp teaching children with special needs how to ride a bike continues to make a difference here in the Star City.
Over the summer break students at the West End Center are getting VIP access to Mill Mountain Theater’s children’s show, “Rootabaga.”
Nearly two years later, the three Day sisters continue to raise money for patients at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
As Texans keep an eye to a storm brewing in the Gulf, God’s Pit Crew is working to restock its warehouse after responding to June’s flooding…
Franklin County building trades students are using their talents and skills to make a difference for a six-year-old now learning to walk.
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is several weeks away, but months of work go into making the 5K a reality, and one local breast cancer …
Cadets taking part in Roanoke City’s “Growth Through Opportunity” program got an inside look at how a TV station operates.
Roanoke County students are back at school after a week off for spring break, but some students spent their time off making a difference in …
Mission BBQ is making a difference by donating nearly $11,000 to Roanoke City Police and Fire-EMS.
Calvin Smith and his wife Kim became involved with Race for the Cure after Kim was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010.
Opening day for the Clifton Forge Little League is Saturday, April 25 and for the first time players will use a new field house built as a l…