He disappeared from a back yard off Mount Chestnut Road in southwest Roanoke County on Feb. 7, and was last seen Feb. 8. More recently, however, the small dog may have been spotted in Garst Mill Park.
Maui, a name bestowed by some North Carolina animal shelter workers, escaped from a fenced-in back yard near Poage's Mill last Tuesday. Monday, his foster parents Jim and Alicia Holloway hired a professional pet detective from out of town to help search.
"Isn't [DeJoy] the one who gutted machines and people out of the post office?" asked reader Charles Reynolds. "So if the mail is slow, isn't he responsible?"
Some residents of a neighborhood off Bent Mountain Road missed two (of six) scheduled mail deliveries to their homes last week. They wonder if it's a sign of efforts by President Trump to derail voting by mail in November's presidential election.
A widening project on U.S. 221 in Southwest Roanoke County is closer to completion after crews from Adams Construction Co. in Roanoke paved th…