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The explosion Wednesday at Rio Ammunition killed Rodney Edwards and injured three others.
The new song is called "The Tweetsie We Rode."
Residents bought a deer camera and installed it at their front door, producing pictures of the suspect entering the home five separate times.
'The Essential Rabbit' edited by Betsy Sikora Siino, 'Deviled Eggs' by Debbie Moose and 'Easter and Its Customs' by Christina Hole, are three books you may want to find in your Easter basket this year
“Backyard Roots” by Lori Eanes, profiles 35 urban farmers in Washington, Northern California, British Columbia, and Oregon.
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Reviews of realty industry and academic studies suggest that while sales totals generally are highest in May and June, they are actually reflecting listings, contracts and buyer searches that occur ea
Support groups are ready to ofer assistance in the local region
Francis Smith, a native of Ireland became a noted master builder in Abingdon, Va
There are many reunions being held in the local region
First is the flower bed, then there'a a garden bed filled with the promise of lunch. Sheets of plants make the beds you love. Carol Wall hadn't known the appeal of such a bed; in fact, she hated plant
Portraying the Easter Bunny, Katie Nelson posed for pictures, handed out eggs to toddlers and made bunny tracks around Cumberland Square Park for the annual event that is now in its third decade.
Festival organizers have announced the theme and signature work of art for the festival, and for the first time, the art is a song.
A Texas-style barbecue and several concerts are on tap for the next few weeks to celebrate the inauguration of Emory & Henry College’s new president.
BRISTOL, Va. — Seven years ago this month, hundreds of Virginia Intermont College faculty members, staff and students rallied on the campus quad after learning of then-unprecedented financial troubles
Gov. Terry McAuliffe's office announced the launch of Data.Virginia.gov on Friday.
Helen Felumlee, 92, died on April 12. Her husband, 91-year-old Kenneth Felumlee, died the next morning.
ROANOKE, Va. — To us, a bird feeder swinging from a tree looks as tasty as a handful of sawdust. But to a scrawny bear emerging from his winter den, that bird feeder might as well be an Easter basket
The announcements did not give specifics of the hazing, but said the incidents involved the "new member education process."
The state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is up from 4.9 percent in February and down from 5.6 percent a year ago.