New River Community College has joined efforts with New River Community Action Head Start to serve the child care needs of students and citizens of the New River Valley.
On April 8, 2016, the Radford City Police Department received a complaint of hazing from the Radford University Chapter of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
On Friday, May 6, Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Mark Miear will trade in his signature bow tie for a blue and gold basketball jersey.
About 450 students will receive degrees, diplomas and certificates May 13 as New River Community College holds its 47th annual commencement on the Dublin campus.
The town of Pulaski is working to transform the downtown area through education.
(WSLS 10) – Dozens of concerned residents protested outside of Senator Tim Kaine’s office on Wednesday.
(WSLS 10) – After more than a year of construction, cats in Radford now have a new place to wait for their forever homes.
A man accused of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old while claiming to be a retired deputy sheriff expressed surprise that the teen wasn’t younger than 19, according to a search warrant affidavit.
On May 4, 2016 the Radford City Police Department executed a search warrant and made an arrest in the 300 Block of First Ave.
A renovation to the staircase outside Derring Hall will improve the appearance and safety of one of the most heavily trafficked areas on the Virginia Tech campus and create additional common spaces.
(WSLS 10) — David Eisenhauer, the teen charged in the death of 13-year-old Nicole Lovell, texted a Pulaski man about needing “a place to hide a body” according to a search warrant filed April 28.
Eisenhauer sought advice on dealing with an underage girl days before Nicole Lovell’s death, friend says
David Eisenhauer, who is charged with murdering 13-year-old Nicole Lovell, sent texts about a teenage girl he’d met at a party, then learned she was underage and feared she would “expose” him, according to a man named in a new search warrant filed in the case.
A bookkeeper who admitted stealing more than $5,000 from an employer by duplicating and forging payroll checks, will have to reimburse the funds or face incarceration.
The Pulaski Police Department would like to remind the public not to allow their dogs to urinate or defecate on private or public property.
The City of Radford will begin paving streets the week of May 15, 2016.
A Pulaski man facing four felony charges in connection with a methamphetamine lab will serve one month of a six-year prison sentence.
A request from Natalie Keepers’ lawyers for video and audio recording of the preliminary hearing later this month has been denied.
The Kmart store in Christiansburg at 1000 Laurel Street NE will close in August.