Latest Roanoke metropolitan area Stories
By David Harrison, The Roanoke Times, Va. Jul. 23--Suppose you're a high school student in Roanoke whose family has no health insurance and who doesn't have a family doctor.
By Courtney Cutright firstname.lastname@example.org 981-3345 School board members in Bedford County are turning to an outside consultant to help determine which capital improvement projects to take on next.
Northside High grad Andy Reaser, son of Salem High band director Dennis Reaser, moved to Los Angeles, hoping to break into show business with his writing.
By Neil Harvey email@example.com 981-3340 Fire destroyed an automobile and left a Southwest Roanoke County family of four temporarily homeless Wednesday night, officials said. According to Capt. Brian Witt of Roanoke County Fire and Rescue, a vehicle fire broke out about 9 p.m.
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By Tim Thornton, The Roanoke Times, Va. Jul. 16--NARROWS -- Danny Melvin was playing pool in Blacksburg on Sunday night when he got the call. Riverview Campground was flooding. There was a smell like diesel fuel in the air.
By Cody Lowe, The Roanoke Times, Va. Jul. 14--MONETA -- Developer Trey Park has agreed to a dozen additional restrictions on his proposed LakeWatch Spa and Resort following negotiations with a group that sued him and the Franklin County Board of Supervisors.
By Nona Nelson, The Roanoke Times, Va. Jul. 10--THURSDAY, JULY 10 Something's fishy In a rut with fish? Learn some new ways to prepare tasty dishes from this very healthy food. Where: The Gourmet Pantry, 401 South Main St., Blacksburg When: 6 p.m.
By Pete Dybdahl firstname.lastname@example.org 981-3376 The superintendent of Salem schools, Alan Seibert, got a new four- year contract and a raise Tuesday night.
That old storm door that rattles when the wind blows, that bit of sunlight peeking through the window air-conditioner mounting, the little hole in the wall next to the switch plate left from your last home repair: They're all telling you something. Your house is leaking air.
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