(WSLS) The former director of the Radford Adventure Club pleaded guilty a count of obstruction of justice on Thursday.
(WSLS 10) – The first 911 regional authority in Virginia is up and running in the New River Valley, and includes Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Virginia Tech and Montgomery County.
Motorists entering and leaving Dublin on Route 11, south of Route 100, need to be vigilant as the speed limit is about to change there.
Police are asking the public’s help with two recent animal cases being investigation by officers at the Radford City Police Department and Animal Control.
Crews have begun paving operations on several streets throughout Christiansburg as part of the Town’s annual paving program.
The FloydJAMS 2016 fall semester will begin Monday, September 12th and run for 12 weeks, ending November 28th. Applications are due by Friday, September 2.
Rural King – which bills itself as “America’s Farm and Home Store – is coming to Fairlawn.
Christiansburg Police responded on Tuesday night to a two-vehicle wreck near the Interstate 81 overpass on Virginia 8.
Holy Ghost Tent Revival will headline Shelter Fest 2016 on Saturday, August 27.
This “Blue Heron at Sunrise” painting class is at PETE DYE RIVER COURSE 8400 River Course Dr, Radford, VA 24141.
New River Community Action, Inc. (NRCA) Board of Directors elected new officers at their annual Board meeting on June 16, 2016.
The Montgomery Museum celebrates it’s annual Heritage Day on Saturday, August 27, 2016 on the lawn at the museum.
A free community event to encourage creativity and imagination in children and the young at heart will be held Saturday August 27th at the New River Valley Mall from 10 am to 3 pm.
The Blacksburg Partnership announces the sixth annual Howls and Meows charity fundraiser to be held in conjunction with Blacksburg Brew Do, an award-winning craft beer festival.
His last movie received several Oscar nominations. Now, Pulaski County native and filmmaker Scott Mactavish is offering local citizens the chance to get a sneak peek at his latest release.
The Pulaski County Humane Society will clean cars for critters at First Bank and Trust Company adjacent to Sheetz in Fairlawn on Saturday, August 27th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Randolph Park has trails for hikers, fields for ball sports, a pool for swimmers and even a sand court for volleyballers.
Virginia State Police are warning residents of an ongoing phone scam in which the caller says he is calling from the IRS and demands payment by verbally threatening and intimidating the individual.