When it comes to joint replacement surgery, two LewisGale hospitals in the New River Valley are nationally recognized for the care they provide.
Drug charges made up the majority of indictments handed down by a Pulaski grand jury in January.
The man accused of murdering Nicole Lovell remains in jail. David Eisenhauer’s next court appearance is scheduled for next month.
(WSLS 10) – Parents of infants in the town of Pulaski will soon have their first opportunity for licensed child care.
The Town of Pearisburg will host students from Holy Cross again this year as they spend their spring break working on community service projects.
On Wednesday, Christiansburg Rescue presented the Christiansburg Police Department with 35 Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) in a partnership between the two agencies to better serve the community.
The Christiansburg Aquatic Center will host two championship meets during the week of February 8-13.
MCPS will host a meeting to discuss the next steps in planning for capital improvements in the Christiansburg area at Christiansburg Primary School on Tuesday, February 9 at 7 p.m.
(WSLS 10) — There has been a lot of talk about the role social media may have played in the Nicole Lovell case; however, police have not said anything to that effect.
Glencoe Museum is pleased to announce the opening of the gallery show featuring the works of the Radford Photography Club on Thursday, February 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
A group of moms in the New River Valley wants to make sure no one in their children’s schools go home hungry over the weekend.
It may not be obvious, but a toaster oven, plastic chairs, buckets and tractor tires have one thing in common in Pulaski County: they’re all items removed from Claytor Lake during 2015.
(WSLS 10) — A bond request was denied for Natalie Keepers Thursday after Commonwealth’s Attorney Mary Pettitt argued Keepers “wanted to be part of something secret and special” when she planned to kill and later hide the body of 13-year-old Nicole Lovell.
In 1993 when Darden Purcell started out as a business major at Virginia Tech, little did she know she would end up sharing the stage as a vocalist with jazz greats such as George Benson and Eric Alexander, touring internationally with the Airmen of Note, and singing backup for Chaka Khan.
University of South Carolina faculty perform a new song cycle with unique instrumentation by composer Tayloe Harding based on poetry by Edgar Allan Poe.
Jason Crafton, trumpet performs a faculty recital with pianist Tracy Cowden and Jim Bean, trumpet. Works by Thorvald Hanson, Robert Suderburg, and Georges Bizet will be performed.
Faculty pianists Richard Masters and Tracy Cowden perform a piano recital for Music on Mondays.
Join talented students and faculty for a stunning musical showcase of choral and instrumental music in all styles and genres. All proceeds go to Delta Omicron to support scholarships in music at Virginia Tech.