Local governments could opt to provide more context and information with monuments instead of removing them.
The county board of supervisors says the circuit court “has no authority to exercise jurisdiction over the monument at issue.”
The county will now begin discussing what projects and other initiatives to fund with the money.
A 10-member advisory committee is helping assess options.
Roanoke County officials said new towing regulations are solid, but they won't be of much use this autumn.
A Roanoke County judge last week ordered the Confederate statue near the Roanoke County Courthouse moved — or the courthouse moved.
Availability and costs of construction materials, from steel to lumber, have increased dramatically as a result of the coronavirus, according to school officials.
A new government website and interactive map launched Tuesday for citizens to monitor progress on a variety of broadband expansion projects do…
LewisGale on Monday broke ground on its new standalone emergency room off U.S. 460 in Bonsack.
More than 300 homes and 26 home-based businesses in the Windsor Hills, Cave Spring and Catawba districts have been identified to receive internet access in the next two years.
One commissioner of the revenue expects phone calls from taxpayers wondering why their cars — and tax payments — appreciated this year.
The Republicans representing the Hollins, Windsor Hills and Vinton districts are the only candidates so far for the seats that will be on the November ballot.
A $201 million budget, if adopted, is still almost $700,000 short of what Roanoke County would have spent last year, before the coronavirus struck.
The board of supervisors this spring will consider a proposal to revise the pay scales for the slightly more than 1,000 full-time government employees who work in county offices and public safety jobs.
A towing spree at a popular hiking destination last October caused a flurry of citizen complaints, and the creation of a Roanoke County Towing Advisory Board, officials said.
Timberview Road is an unpainted, twisting, patchy, wooded rural road, barely wide enough to squeeze two cars across, and it's preventing Roanoke County's elected officials from approving a special use permit for a family-run wedding venue.
After weighing the need for new housing against a bevy of concerns from existing neighbors, the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a rezoning request on Old Mountain Road, where a new subdivision is planned.
An influx of tax revenues provided $4.1 million for Roanoke County to increase its current school and capital budgets.
The Roanoke County Board of Supervisors approved yearlong speeding studies on Canter Drive and Meadowlark Road.
More than $60 million in current and upcoming road improvement projects are 97% funded by state and federal sources.
Almost 300 households dotted in rural and remote areas of Roanoke County are gaining access to high-speed internet service while construction …
The Roanoke County Board of Supervisors appointed its 2021 leaders during an organizational meeting Tuesday.