Floyd County Chamber of Commerce member, First Bank & Trust Company, is presenting the May Chamber Lunch and Learn on Wednesday, May 18th at Noon in the Hotel Floyd’s Buffalo Mountain Conference Room.
The Town of Christiansburg is pleased to announce that Melissa Powell has been chosen as their new Public Relations Director.
While the United States economy has improved and unemployment rates have declined, more than 154,500 people in Southwest Virginia still struggle to meet their basic need for food – including more than 48,900 children. Food insecurity is the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s measure of lack of access, at times, to enough food for an active, […]
Individuals can often be judged by how they perceive those around them.
The Pulaski Police Department, in partnership with the Food City Supermarket and nurses from the Lewis Gale- Pulaski Hospital, participated in the most successful local Drug Take Back day since the DEA sponsored event began in 2012.
It’s budget season for local governments and so far tax increases seem scarce in the New River Valley.
Those who remember or just have an interest in Depression-era vehicles will not want to miss the latest exhibit at Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Transportation Museum.
A Pulaski woman will serve three months in jail for stealing a credit card in 2015.
Aubrey Davis wasn’t shy about sharing her opinion on the smell of her grandmother’s home earlier this month.
A woman was unsuccessful in convincing a Pulaski County judge to set bond for her boyfriend, who is charged with assaulting her.
Sal’s Italian Restaurant in Blacksburg will close their doors next month, after seven years in business.
The Christiansburg Police Department executed a search warrant in the 2100 block of Fairview Street on Friday, April 29, for possible manufacturing of DMT – a Schedule I substance described as a hallucinogen.
A Blacksburg man accused of chasing an acquaintance of his ex-wife’s through her front yard with his truck — and then on foot with what was described as a machete — was found guilty of assault and battery Monday.
On Saturday April 30th, local Republican Delegates Gene Bishop, Bob and Rosie Smith, Cline and Neoma Hall, Linda Wagner, Becky Howell, Susan Peters and James Naff attended the 2016 Quadrennial Republican Party of Virginia Convention held at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
(WSLS10) – On Saturday, crowds came out to enjoy good food and wine, despite the wet weather. This is the 8th year for the “Fork and Cork Festival” and funds raised from the event go to The Blacksburg Partnership.
(WSLS 10) -The newest rescue at a local wildlife center is a bird that is out of the ordinary for the region. It remains a mystery how a Sandhill crane ended up in Montgomery County.
According to police, 14-year-old Austyn Hughes has been found safe. The Virginia State Police have cancelled the endangered missing child alert, stating “the child has been recovered.”
David Larsen, who taught electrical engineering for decades, began collecting electronics more than 40 years ago. The hobby eventually led to the creation of the Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum in the town.