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Rep. Griffith addresses array of topics at Bristol high school  Roanoke Times

BRISTOL, Va. — From immigration to gun violence, the opioid crisis to the environment, U.S. Rep. Morgan Griffith fielded questions Friday from Virginia High ...

Timothy Ray Burks Obituary

HERMITAGE, PA (MyValleyTributes) - Timothy Ray Burks “Tim”, age 68, formerly of Hermitage, Pennsylvania, passed away on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at the ...

Drunken driving crash survivor speaks to Bristol high school students  Bristol Herald Courier

BRISTOL, Va. — Sarah Panzau Evans was clinically dead.

Richard Sardinha, 61: U.S. Marine, beloved father and grandfather  Manchester Ink Link

A Celebration of Life gathering will be held on Friday May 10, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a memorial *service* to follow from 1 to 1:30 p.m., both at ...

Crash survivor speaks to Bristol high school students  Roanoke Times

BRISTOL — Sarah Panzau Evans was clinically dead.

Donald M. Davis | Obituaries  WV News

CLARKSBURG — Donald M. Davis, 88 of Lake Floyd passed away on Monday, November 5, 2018 at his residence with family by his side. He was born May 30, ...

Elza is Bristol's fifth boys trophy winner | News, Sports, Jobs  Warren Tribune Chronicle

HOWLAND — Gage Elza can't wait until the first open gym at Bristol High School. The Bristol High School senior hopes his boys basketball coach Craig Giesy.

Three Harrison County schools have history of changing uses  WV News

CLARKSBURG — Each of the three school buildings that potentially would be affected by the Harrison County Board of Education's consolidation plan have a ...

Edward K. Toothman Jr. | Obituaries  WV News

NUTTER FORT — Edward K. Toothman Jr., 77, of Clarksburg, WV, passed away on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at his residence.

Coaches revisit previous meeting | News, Sports, Jobs  Warren Tribune Chronicle

A text went out to Bristol coach Craig Giesy and Badger coach Josh Upshire early Thursday morning, asking both boys basketball coaches for an interview. “As.

Patricia Louise McCarty | Obituaries  WV News

BRIDGEPORT — Patricia Louise McCarty, 76, took her last breaths on Tuesday, December 18, 2018, at Ruby Memorial Hospital, surrounded by her family.

Bristol tries to overcome poverty, problems in elementry school  Roanoke Times

BRISTOL — It's 7:45 a.m., and Bus 81 pulls up to the back entrance of Highland View Elementary School.

Darrell Miller | Obituaries  Watertown Public Opinion

BRISTOL — Darrell Miller, 79, of Bristol, passed away Saturday, December 8, 2018, at Sanford Hospital in Sioux Falls.

M. Patricia Benner  Boothbay Register

M. Patricia Benner, born July 10, 1935 in Port Jefferson, Long Island, New York, died April 12, 2019 at Sussman House in Rockport. She lived most of her adult ...

Highland View Elementary School: More than the ‘Three Rs’  Bristol Herald Courier

It's 7:45 a.m., and Bus 81 pulls up to the back entrance of Highland View Elementary School.

Bristol standoff ends with a man and woman in custody

Police say a man and woman are in custody after a man barricaded himself inside a home in Bristol, Bucks County.

Photos: Patrick Henry High School graduation 2018 | Photo  Roanoke Times

Patrick Henry High School graduate Florence Irakoz hugs Principal Kathleen Duncan after receiving her diploma during the commencement ceremony at the ...

Jacquelyn Louise (Kachenko) Kish Obituary

BRISTOLVILLE, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) - Jacquelyn Louise (Kachenko) Kish, 67, of Bristolville, passed away peacefully in her sleep, Saturday morning, May 12 ...

Record $120 million gift goes to University of Virginia for data science  Roanoke Times

This is a great thing to be happening. We already have a great team of people at the Data Science Institute, so it's natural to sustain its growth.”

Radford Inclusion Day showcases talent of Roanoke Stars wheelchair basketball  Roanoke Times

Radford City Schools had its Inclusion Day on Thursday as part of Disability Awareness Month. The Charlottesville Cardinals and Roanoke Stars wheelchair ...

AMERICAN HOMECOMING: Bristol Borough police officer Carlos Rivera returns from Afghanistan to a hero's welcome  Bucks Local News

BRISTOL BOROUGH - The sirens that pierced the late afternoon air on Saturday had nothing to do with a catastrophe. The racket from fire engines, police cars ...

Broadband development in county gets state grant | Botetourt View  Roanoke Times

Governor Ralph Northam has announced the Craig-Botetourt Electric Cooperative (CBEC) and Botetourt County as the recipients of a 2019 Virginia ...

Kellam: DEQ's oversight of pipeline is lax  Roanoke Times

By Roberta Kellam. Kellam served two terms on the Virginia State Water Control Board. She is a former instructor of environmental law and policy at the ...

Bowers and Limpert: Water board should revoke MVP certificate  Roanoke Times

By Kirk Bowers and William Limpert. Bowers is pipelines campaign adviser with the Sierra Club and is based in Charlottesville. Limpert is a landowner in Bath ...

From the archives: The day Bobby Knight was fired  Indianapolis Star

Former IU player Dane Fife said he still counted playing for Bobby Knight as the peak of his life, “what I dream about.”

Fourteen college students from Bucks County participating in Foundations' Summer Youth Corps  Bucks Local News

DOYLESTOWN >> Fourteen college students from Bucks County have been chosen to participate in Foundations Community Partnership's 2017 Summer Youth ...

Strong: Collusion and confusion  Roanoke Times

We now have Robert Mueller's conclusion that there was no conspiracy between members of the Trump campaign and the Russians who actively interfered in ...

Appalachian Power reports high water levels at Smith Mountain Lake  Roanoke Times

Heavy rains Saturday night caused water levels at Smith Mountain Lake to rise.

NRV Regional Theatre offering free children's acting workshops  Roanoke Times

New River Valley Regional Theatre in Pulaski is offering two free children's acting workshops in June.

Virginia's law schools address declining enrollment  Roanoke Times

Correction. The last name of Wendy Collins Perdue, dean of the University of Richmond School of Law, was misspelled on second reference in the originally ...

Two file to run for Vinton Town Council  Roanoke Times

Vinton will have an uncontested field in the town council election coming up this spring.

House Republicans accuse Roanoke Del. Sam Rasoul of violating ban on fundraising during session by attending PAC event  Roanoke Times

RICHMOND — A top Republican in the Virginia House of Delegates said Tuesday that a Democratic lawmaker's appearance at a PAC brunch over the weekend ...

Charlottesville-area veteran struggles to get medical supplies  Roanoke Times

Twenty years of *service* in the Navy earned Clyde Cooper a GED, college degrees for children and grandchildren and health care.

Roanoke council reaffirms preference for demolishing Roanoke's Fire Station No. 7  Roanoke Times

Roanoke City Council reaffirmed its recently controversial preference for demolishing the 96-year-old Fire Station No. 7 to make room for a new one Tuesday, ...

CASEY: Comparison shopping for car insurance? This website is a breeze  Roanoke Times

It's called, and it was founded by a Clifton Forge native and Virginia Tech grad who traded a chemical engineering career for one in consumer ...

Suetterlein: Virginians are being overcharged for electricity  Roanoke Times

By David Suetterlein. Suetterlein represents a state Senate district that runs from Bedford County to Wythe County. He is a Republican. Virginia families and ...

Italian restaurant owner identified as kayaker who died at Carvins Cove  Roanoke Times

A conservation officer identified the kayaker who died Monday afternoon at Carvins Cove as the owner of Sal's Restaurant in Bonsack.

2 wounded in Roanoke shooting  Roanoke Times

A man and women were taken to the hospital after being shot in the 1500 block of Chapman Avenue in the West End neighborhood of southwest Roanoke ...

Virginia Tech bug man is ‘always looking at the ground’  Roanoke Times

BLACKSBURG — When Paul Marek is in some of the most scenic places in America he can't stop staring at the ground.

CASEY: Roanoke Tea Party strikes out in board of supervisors elections  Roanoke Times

Could the Roanoke Tea Party have done any worse in Tuesday's elections? The results continued a long and nearly unbroken losing streak for the activist group ...

Casey: Trump melts down in the Hotel Roanoke, literally  Roanoke Times

The Republican nominee apparently suffered greatly under the stage lights in a packed ballroom. Besides blasting Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine and Elizabeth ...

Gun rights supporters rally in Roanoke  Roanoke Times

With sidearms secured to their hips and rifles slung over their shoulders, area gun rights supporters rallied Sunday to stand against what they view as the ...

Victim of accidental shooting in Montgomery County dies  Roanoke Times

The 53-year-old Covington woman who was accidentally shot at a residence near Christiansburg Tuesday has died, according to a family member.

Virginia Tech student reports rape at Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house  Roanoke Times

A Virginia Tech student reported a sexual assault at the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house Thursday night, according to a post on Virginia Tech police's Facebook ...

Undocumented children held in Verona facility | News  Roanoke Times

VERONA — More than half of the children currently at the Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Detention Center are undocumented immigrants. The News Virginian ...

Photo: Central Academy Middle 6th-graders complete water quality study  Roanoke Times

In March, sixth-grade science students from Central Academy Middle School worked on a water quality project in class with Tim Miller of Mountain Castles Soil ...

Wrongful death lawsuit against George Huguely stalls  Roanoke Times

CHARLOTTESVILLE — A Charlottesville judge is waiting on a federal judge in Maryland before allowing the wrongful death lawsuit against George Huguely V ...

Fizer: The devastating effects of social media disease  Roanoke Times

Social Media” is an addictive disease that is threatening the very civil fabric and health of the U.S. It has altered the meaning of the word “freedom,” is destroying ...

Lawyers in Hope Perdue murder case reach agreement on files  Roanoke Times

ROCKY MOUNT — A Franklin County murder case, mired for the past few months in legal wrangling over confidential files, made a forward move Wednesday ...

UVa protest against sexual violence swells on Rugby Road  Roanoke Times

Rugby Road and Madison Lane, two streets known for their rows of fraternity houses at the University of Virginia, sat uncharacteristically dark and quiet on ...

Car crash snarls traffic on US 460 near Blacksburg  Roanoke Times

BLACKSBURG — One person was taken to a Roanoke hospital via helicopter after a car accident snarled traffic near the intersection of U.S. 460 and Southgate ...

Malachowsky: Brush up on your Orwell  Roanoke Times

Lest you fall into the Venus-fly trap so cunningly woven by Donald Trump and his sycophants, it may well serve you to brush up on Orwell's “1984” where we ...

'Gun show loophole' discussion takes place amid rise in arrests  Roanoke Times

As state legislators prepare to consider a proposal by Gov. Terry McAuliffe to close the “gun show loophole,” new state data show that the percentage of arrests ...

Parkway cemeteries receive TLC  Roanoke Times

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY, NEAR MILE MARKER 142 – The epitaph on Mellawalka Wilson's tombstone got the story half right.

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