Montgomery County first responders welcome the first class of growth through opportunity cadets Monday morning.
A Lynchburg school resource officer is getting a lot of attention from all over the world for his interaction with students at a high school…
An appliance and furniture donation center in Covington is closing after helping hundreds of flooded families.
Members of Harvest Baptist Church is southeast Roanoke will collect donations for a third and final time Saturday, October 1st.
The Salvation Army wants you to start thinking about Christmas.
Dozens pounded the pavement at Hollins University to make a difference in the fight against ALS.
The Parry McCluer Fighting Blues are playing away this Friday, but one student is looking to Saturday and another football game. Senior Luca…
Virginia Tech students are making a difference for newborn babies around the world.
This week is Sustainability Week in Blacksburg, and folks have the chance to pay tribute to a late public servant while supporting local bus…
Tyler Caldwell will be featured on a jumbotron in times square between 10 am and 4 pm Saturday.
Darth Vader adopted this mile-and-a-half stretch through the adopt-a-highway program in Blacksburg. He even has a sign to prove it.
“For us to be able to do this for our kids, and for our community as small as Giles. This is awesome. It’s a testament to the people here,”
Dozens of law enforcement officers across the region are honored for their efforts keeping drunk and drugged drivers off the roads.
Administrators and parents at Liberty Christian Academy are giving seniors quite the incentive to do well in the classroom.
Exalted Church in Roanoke County presented God’s Pit Crew and the Growth Through Opportunity coordinator, Travis Akins, with thousand dollar…
The second annual fundraiser benefits Good Samaritan Hospice’s bereavement program.
Organizers for “Proceeds for Poverty” say they reached their $50,000 goal with the 6th annual event.
22,000 people came out to the first time event, 241 kegs were tapped, resulting in $81,000 raised for local non-profits.
At Rockbridge County when players gear up for the field they’re reminded of a former student who has given it all for their freedom.
Nursing home employees are back to work after spending a week on the ground volunteering in flooded Louisiana.