The new playground features five slides, multiple climbing bridges and several other enhancements.
Martinsville Police Chief Sean Dunn wants the community to know that his department is going to continue doing everything in its power to cr…
With the help of crowdFunnit, Maggie Mays and dozens of others will celebrate her sweet sixteen at the non-profit she takes horse therapy le…
Lynchburg College’s Board of Trustees is expected to vote Friday on a potential name change.
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.
Detectives were able to obtain photos from store surveillance at Target on Wards Road of two men after having used the stolen debit card, ac…
Monticello is uncovering Hemings’ living space after some Jefferson descendants spent decades trying to cover up her relationship with him.
The students say they now feel like they know more about the city and hope that they will become increasingly informed now that a meeting ha…
“I’m able to listen to more people’s story and share my story because of having one ear than what I ever would have two,” Abigail said.
The Powerball jackpot is at $403 Million, making it the 10th largest prize in the game’s 25-year history.
Some have already been adopted and more are ready for adoption.
Chris Morrill’s last day is April 15.
Downtown Blacksburg, Inc. is getting help from the state to bring in visitors all year long.
Thoughts and prayers are being sent from across Southwest Virginia to the owners of Angelo’s Restaurant in Vinton.
Renovations are underway at the former Northwest Child Development Center on Melrose Avenue in northwest Roanoke as it plans to reopen under…
The girl said the man never tried to touch or talk to her, but that he waved at her before she walked into school.
The Blacksburg Town Council rejected the latest plan to develop the old Blacksburg High School site.
As of Wednesday, there was just one week left to submit applications for The Launch Place’s IdeaFest.
A four-legged police officer in Radford will get a bullet and stab proof vest, thanks to an anonymous donor.