The district was asking to get back the more than $614,000 the district had left over and gave back to the city at the end of the 2016 fisca…
Financial experts recommended first creating a budget. That way, you know exactly where your money is going.
The city is encouraging people to complete a brief survey so it knows what eligible activities are most in need.
The U.S. stock market has gone from one extreme to the other over the last few weeks, and that has some experts worried.
The Williamson Road Branch Library will close for major renovations which include adding new floor space and nearly doubling the children’s …
The government’s new rules requiring overtime pay for millions of workers have small business owners facing some hard choices.
Police are asking for your help to identify two people they say used fake money at Wal-Mart.
A Treasury official says Secretary Jacob Lew has decided to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, making her the first woman on U.S. paper cur…
The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the use of counterfeit currency in the Montvale area.
The Roanoke Valley showed its generosity during the first Roanoke Valley Gives day.
No Powerball jackpot winner in Saturday’s drawing. Officials estimating lottery could reach $1.3 billion by Wednesday’s drawing.
Richmond Public Schools is proposing an $8.4 million pay plan to better keep and attract teachers.
(ROANOKE) WSLS 10– The end of the year is almost here which means tax season is coming. The Internal Revenue Service will start accepting ta…
Consumers plan to spend more than $20 billion on back-to-school shopping this year, according to numbers from the National Retail Federation…
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) posted a warning about the scam on its website, saying the ads mimic or copy text in legitimate ads, but pr…
Many schools open their doors in August for the new school year, and for parents, it’s time to stock up on brand new school supplies.
The Danville Police Department said it is investigating reports of counterfeit currency being passed in the city.
“America’s Toughest Road Marathon” hosted 1,677 runners who generated more than $556,000 in economic impact, according to a new study.
Currently, board members make about $17,425 per year. The Chairman and Vice Chairman make slightly more.