Ralph Berrier Jr. has worked at The Roanoke Times since 1993. He covers the City of Roanoke and writes the Dadline parenting column.
Late-deciding high school students still have time to get into college. Students who received their acceptance letters months ago still have work to do.
Brad Stephens will succeed founder Tim Dayton as the nonprofit's director, just as a major renovation project is completed along Dale Avenue in Southeast Roanoke.
Roanoke property owners will probably pay more in monthly stormwater fees in the coming years, Roanoke City Council members were told Monday morning.
One person sustained only a minor cut after a truck crossed several lanes of traffic before crashing into a storefront and a parked car on North Franklin Street.