At approximately 10:30 am this morning, Radford Police were called to Harvey’s Collision Center at 1500 Tyler Avenue in reference to a suspicious substance found inside the bumper of a car that was brought in for repairs. The Virginia State Police and FBI responded to assist in the investigation. Testing done on scene as to(…)
Steppin’ Out features over 200 artists and crafts people from around the United States selling unique handcrafted items – jewelry, pottery, textiles, metal work, basketry, stained & fused glass, yard art, fine art, furniture, toys, artisan foods and so much more!
Shortly after 1:00 p.m., on July 29, 2014, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office 911 center, received a call reporting a motorcycle crash in the 2100 block of Huffville Road, near the Montgomery-Floyd County line.
A 4-year-old girl injured Friday morning in an accident has died. Crystal Lynn Lefler, 35, of Draper, was driving a 2008 Chevrolet sedan on Lowman’s Ferry Road, when it off the road, hit a tree, and rolled over, ejecting one child.
The VDOT Park and Ride lot in Christiansburg will operate from a new location effective August 4th, 2014. The new park and ride lot will be located off I-81, exit 118B on Roanoke Street across from Hubble Drive.
Natural gas companies EQT Midstream and Next Era want to build a 330 mile pipeline across some Virginia counties.
A Virginia Tech student was listed in good condition Monday, hours after she was struck by a sport utility vehicle on Prices Fork Road in Blacksburg.
Milestones are important to remember and commemorate. July 27 has long been an important milestone in the Watergate scandal, and is certainly worth commemorating. I appreciate the Roanoke Times for reminding me in an editorial that this was the week that former Congressman M. Caldwell Butler made a stand. I remember the events well, but(…)
The owners of two businesses in direct competition with one another have joined forces to take on what they describe as Virginia Tech’s overreach into Blacksburg’s small-business community.
Scholarships can make attending college a lot easier. A student-trainer at Virginia Tech donated his scholarship to honor his father.
A week in the classrooms and laboratories of Radford University for aspiring female scientists from high schools across the state concluded with two events.
Stephanie Nakasian & The Hod O’Brien Trio will perform on The Jacksonville Center’s intimate “Bistro Stage” on August 16 beginning at 7:30 PM. Food and beverages will be available throughout the evening, and a dance floor will invite audience members to move to the jazzy, bluesy grooves of this world-renowned ensemble.
A 2014 high school honor graduate will be deferring attendance at Virginia Tech for the coming year to spend the time traveling around the state for the FFA organization.
Plans are in the works again for two Blacksburg properties where student housing proposals stirred controversy last year, but it will be weeks or months before details are revealed about what may be ahead for the sites on Prices Fork Road, owners said last week.