They’re collecting things like work gloves, Chap Stick, protein bars and non-perishable snacks.
Despite the rain, dozens of Habitat for Humanity volunteers were on hand in Lynchburg for day one.
Thousands hit the pavement Thursday morning, raising money for the Roanoke Rescue Mission.
The kitchen at the Roanoke Rescue Mission is packed with people preparing 500 pounds of turkey for Thursday’s feast.
Staff at the Alleghany Humane Society recently drove through the night to reunite “Baby Girl” and “Dobbie” with owner Michele Horton.
For many, hand-written notes are a thing of the past, but one local radio station is hoping to bring the forgotten art back.
The Salvation Army of greater Lynchburg is facing a shortage of bell ringers this season.
Thanks to a new partnership between an autism learning clinic in Salem and the Roanoke Children’s Theatre, parents are witnessing what they …
Although it’s still more than a week to Thanksgiving, Home Instead Senior Care is already looking for volunteers to come to the rescue at Ch…
We’re taking a closer look at the non-traditional movement that’s undeniably making waves in Southwest Virginia.
BOTETOURT COUNTY (WSLS 10) – Months after a Botetourt County firefighter was injured responding to record breaking flooding, the community i…
On Monday, Frank’s at Brambleton collected donations for care packages to send to Roanoke-native Jared Varney’s battalion stationed in Iraq.
Friday is wear your Dash shirt day. The idea is to raise awareness for the annual Drumstick Dash.
After months of national headlines of officer involved shootings, a local program will be featured on the “Today Show” on Thursday morning.
A Franklin County woman wrote a book touching the hearts of women across the nation.
William Byrd’s victory over Alleghany secured Coach Jeff Highfill’s 200th career win.
Lunch is a guaranteed meal for local students when school is in session, but three meals on the weekends is a different story. That’s why th…
Weeks before Thanksgiving the Roanoke Rescue Mission is marking the 4th annual Coatsgiving.
The Marching Virginians are making a difference in the 20th annual Hokies for the Hungry food drive.
As communities start to assess the damage left behind from Hurricane Matthew, God’s Pit Crew is responding in a big way.