The councilwoman, who’s expecting her second daughter soon, said her husband’s recent acceptance of a new health care administration job played a big part in her decision and that she thought it was a better idea to withdraw from the race.
CHRISTIANSBURG — A call to stand up and speak up for public education brought out over 150 parents, government leaders and community advocates Saturday during an event convened in Montgomery County.
Kyle Wayne Mabe was sentenced to three years in prison for pouring gasoline inside a Wytheville convenience store and setting it ablaze, along with a spree of other crimes committed nearby.
Rescue workers responded to a drowning Saturday afternoon on the New River along Parrott River Road.
Virginia Tech’s Moss Arts Center presents two solo exhibitions featuring the work of artists Namwon Choi and Shin-il Kim. The exhibitions open with a reception on Thursday, Jan. 27, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the Grand Lobby of center, which is located at 190 Alumni Mall.
Floyd Center for the Arts’ official Call to Artists for the third Floyd Plein Air Biennial is still accepting applications until Feb. 14.
Literacy Volunteers of the New River Valley welcomed Ginny Ritenour Ayers as its new executive director Jan. 10.
The local chapter of the 100+ Women Who Care of the New River Valley recently donated $10,625 to the member-selected organization, Montgomery Museum of Art & History in Christiansburg.
The Montgomery Museum of Art & History is pleased to present the very unique quilting work of artist Jenna Pynn. The exhibit will run from Jan. 10 through Feb. 25.
Amy Slone, associate director of development for the Warm Hearth Foundation, received the Individual Outstanding Community Service Award from the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce at their annual meeting Dec. 2.
The Rotary Club of Christiansburg-Blacksburg presented its 2021 Citizen of the Year Award to Debbie Sherman-Lee via Zoom ceremony at their April 12th meeting. She was honored for her many years of volunteer involvement which have made Christiansburg and the New River Valley a better place to…
Family and friends delivered daffodils for seniors at a Blacksburg nursing home.
A number of readers thought I went a bit overboard in defending Reps. Ben Cline, R-Botetourt, or Morgan Griffith, R-Salem, from slings and arrows in recent Letters to the Editor. A few got the joke, though.
Seven members of the Country Kids 4-H Club participated in Virginia Tech’s Block & Bridle Virtual Judging and Hippology contests in February.
Check out modern homes in new communities around Roanoke
Read through the obituaries published today in Roanoke Times.
Angela Kidd loves her job. She works for a home health company, assisting her patients with daily personal tasks.
Antoine Thompson is asking a federal judge to allow him to remain free on bond to care for his young daughter until her mother is released from prison.
ALTON — An automotive education company is moving its headquarters to Southern Virginia, bringing 24 new jobs in an $8.9 million project.
UVa knew of Christopher Darnell Jones Jr.'s concealed gun violation. But simply removing a dangerous person from campus doesn't fix the problem, experts said.
The incident occurred around 9:45 a.m. Friday in the 5000 block of Salem Turnpike Northwest, police said in a press release.
Jeffrey Euzell White, 53, was involved in an altercation inside W.R. Brews, a bar in the 3800 block of Williamson Road, at about 1:40 a.m. on Jan. 7.
Shawn Michael Tolbert faces charges in four counties for a high-speed chase that led to a weeks-long manhunt.
Richard Simpson Dalton pleaded guilty to 15 charges of possessing child pornography and was sentenced to serve 15 years, with another 60 years suspended.
The tragedy in Chesapeake hangs over the traditional tax tribute ceremony.