A Roanoke Elementary student is paying it forward to his teacher and her class.
Roanoke’s first ever “Night to Shine,” a prom for those with special needs, accomplished its goal.
As we kick off a new month Storm Team 10 also changes its Three Degree Charity.
For the seventh year in a row Roanoke Children’s Theatre is taking on serious issues facing teens through a unique outreach.
Before the clock started, two local girls basketball teams shared a moment on the court that both squads won’t soon forget.
Children’s Trust recently swore in four new volunteers who advocate for the children in court, but the nonprofit says it needs even more peo…
Every month, Alcova Mortgage give a veteran the Hometown Hero award, honoring them for their service and dedication to the community.
A local non-profit is taking what many consider junk and making a difference one keyboard at a time.
January is National Mentoring Month and to celebrate Big Brothers Big Sisters taped a familiar face at WSLS 10 to take part in “Big for a Da…
Honoring the founders – Big Brothers Big Sisters recognizes the men who laid the foundation of the Roanoke chapter decades ago.
Organizers say the community surpassed the $150,000 goal last year by lunchtime, so they’re raising the stakes to $500,000 this year.
Big Brothers Big Sisters came up with the idea of donating your year, hoping people will make the mentoring agency part of their New Year’s …
Although it’s right next to Carilion Clinic, the non-profit is making a difference beyond the Star City.
Dayton says it’s part of a bigger plan to transform the neighborhood and benefit the community.
Captain Seiler’s Salvation Army story started when she was four-years-old and ended up in the emergency room with her mom after stepping on …
Santa made an early stop in Roanoke on Tuesday afternoon.
The planning committee needs 75 participants committed to attend the February 10 prom by December 31.
Marines have been making a difference through Toys for Tots since 1947.
Helping fire victims in Gatlinburg, several local artists are using their craft to raise money for Dolly Partons “My People” fund.
The Salvation Army of the Roanoke Valley added a new tradition to the Christmas season this year.