With an early announcement of his plans for next year, Floyd County Sheriff Shannon Zeman hopes he is giving others an opportunity to prepare to run.
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.
It may soon cost more for a pack of cigarettes in Pulaski County. The Board of Supervisors passed a resolution in October to tax cigarettes in the county 25 cents a pack.
Christmas is just a few days away! We found a special group of folks who are hoping to make sure their grandchildren get something nice.
A special prosecutor cleared three officers from any charges in a shooting that killed a Christiansburg man in October. Larry Allen Miller, 69, was shot by two Christiansburg police officers and a Montgomery County deputy on October 2 after pointing a firearm at them.
Drug courts are spreading throughout judicial circuits in Virginia and Pulaski County recently started its own. Judge Marcus Long pushed to get it where he presides.
The pattern to Peggy Quesenberry’s life has been one of education. Today at Virginia Tech’s fall commencement, the blue jeans factory worker-turned-university apparel design instructor will formally receive her doctorate.
The marmosets, cougar, lynx and other animals at Mill Mountain Zoo might get redesigned homes someday, thanks to Virginia Tech students.
The geographical feature for which the Town Of Narrows VA. is named for. Two mountains squeeze the New River to it’s most narrow point, or “The Narrows”. Filmed in HD with GoPro. This video shows the Narrows Stock Market, Stock Pen Mountain, High School Hill and the new bridge being built in the distance.
Classes on how to get the most out of your personal computer or iPad will be offered at New River Community College in January.
Nine Virginia Cooperative Extension employees recently came to Virginia Tech’s Blacksburg campus where they participated in a week-long inclusion and diversity program.