Fire Station No. 1 is now back in service to the public as an eclectic redevelopment that showcases the work of Roanoke-based furniture craftsmen and will soon host an upscale restaurant and boutique hotel.
The senator was in town to tout the benefits of technology.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Roanoke Times.
These are recent reports of missing children made to local law enforcement. If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National C…
This week's local crime and court updates from Roanoke Times.
Txtur, a Roanoke-based furniture manufacturer, reopens historic Fire Station One as a furniture showroom, restaurant and boutique hotel on Chu…
Teirra Shanae Poindexter is to be sentenced in January.
A permitting reform package by Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia could become involved with a government funding bill.
Superintendent Verletta White and Police Chief Sam Roman spoke to students and parents in a video published on social media Thursday after the fifth threat in about a week was detected at a city school building.
Errington Fitzgerald Stenson, 28, of Gulfport, Mississippi entered no contest pleas was convicted Thursday for felony homicide and eluding, plus misdemeanor reckless driving.
Chief of Police Howard Hall will retire at the end of the calendar year. He has held the position since 2012.
Don't miss the great deals at these yard and estate sales around Roanoke.
"All of us must make peace with this," said a pastor in attendance.
The Raleigh Court Neighborhood Association is sponsoring this week's event.
The potential threats at William Fleming and Patrick Henry were at least the third and fourth reported at a Roanoke high school in the last week.
PedalSafe ROA aims for safer Roanoke streets, for use of bicycles as transportation (in addition to recreation) to lure economic development to the Roanoke Valley, and improve public health by encouraging more people to ride bikes safely.
The county received a Silver Award for its work along the Virginia 419 corridor.