On December 3, the Community Health Center of the New River Valley (CHCNRV) hosted its 5th annual Health, Healing & Hope fundraising gala at the Inn at Virginia Tech with a reception, dinner and inspirational patient messages.
171 years ago in 1843, well-loved English writer Charles Dickens published A Christmas Carol. Even if they don’t know of Charles Dickens by name, many Americans are familiar with the story of bitter, curmudgeonly old Ebenezer Scrooge and the redemptive journey that ultimately transforms him into a warmer, gentler, and more generous human being.
Candlelight Service December 24 @ 7:00 pm – 7:45 pm. This year we are doing something a little different for Christmas Eve. We would like to invite you and your family to join us for a special candlelight service in downtown Christiansburg on the square to pray over our community. We will share in communion […]
A Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office 911 dispatcher was found guilty of reckless driving during an amended disposition in General District court Monday.
It’s more than a little red kettle and bell at Christmas for Stephan and Ashlee Wildish. It’s more than philanthropic job or good-hearted cause.
Blacksburg High School honored long-time football coach, Dave Crist Friday night. He retired at the end of this past season.
By Dr. Joseph L. Mancusi and Stella Nuckolls Mancusi Once upon a time, that means a long, long time ago, in the woods near a tiny farmhouse, close by a small, poor village, something strange was happening. Something very strange was indeed happening. Let me tell you about it.
The Pulaski County School Board is in the process of interviewing architectural firms to design the changes needed at Dublin Elementary School. According to School Board Chairman Michael Barbour, four potential architects have been identified to take on those responsibilities.
DJ’s Drive In is planning their second annual food drive on Saturday, December 20. All donations are to be non-perishable food items.
At its core, drug court programs are about second chances. It’s something Samantha Robertson and the other 21 graduates from the July class of the Roanoke Valley Drug Court program understand well.