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Anticipating a larger than normal crowd at tonight’s meeting, the Franklin County School Board will meet at Benjamin Franklin Middle School in the auditorium for the East Hall for board discussion about possible budget cuts for the coming fiscal year.
The Hollins magisterial district remains without a Republican nominee in the Board of Supervisors race following a dead tie at Saturday’s Fire House Primary between candidates Al Bedrosian and Mike Bailey.
A longtime Virginia Tech music professor known for his rare expertise in early music and his dedication to his work died Friday.
Tractor-trailer overturns, closes I-81 in Botetourt County for hours Tuesday | roanoke.com www.roanoke.com
An overturned tractor-trailer shut down Interstate 81 south in Botetourt County for more than three hours Tuesday.
The spring festival season opens in full bloom this weekend, with a few changes because of the ongoing renovation of downtown Roanoke's Elmwood Park.
Virginia Tech football player released on bond; conflicting fight details emerge | roanoke.com www.roanoke.com
CHRISTIANSBURG — Virginia Tech running back Michael Holmes was released from Montgomery County jail late this morning after a bond hearing in which differing details emerged from the downtown Blacksburg fight that led to his arrest Sunday.
Prep baseball team gets big league boost from former Ferrum star Billy Wagner | roanoke.com www.roanoke.com
Billy Wagner painted the strike zone for 16 seasons as one of the best relief pitchers in major league baseball.
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Botetourt County businessman and pastor Zachary Hatcher has joined the race to be the Republican nominee for the 19th House of Delegate District seat.
The two victims of a shooting Friday at the Christiansburg campus of New River Community College remained in stable condition Saturday, according to a Christiansburg news release.
By itself, Terry McAuliffe’s failure to announce his resignation as chairman of GreenTech Automotive Inc.
UPDATE April 5, 2013: Third physician at Salem facility fined
At least three people are dead and 25 injured following a series of traffic crashes on southbound Interstate 77 near Fancy Gap on Sunday, authorities said.
They came huddled under umbrellas, slow-moving silhouettes against a drizzling, pre-sunrise sky.By 7 a.m., more than 80 had squeezed beneath an open-air pavilion at the top of Mill Mountain, where the Rev.