A year after a flash flood killed one person and left dozens of families homeless in the Buchanan County community of Hurley, cleanup continues. So does planning for how to keep the next flood from wreaking such devastation.
The Danville university is the only school in the state with an aeronautics program and a fixed-based operator at an airport.
Wise County’s Jack Kennedy has been at the forefront of technological innovation, and promoting a technology sector in Southwest Virginia. Now he plans a second career in aerospace.
Funeral for McEachin set for Dec. 7. Roanoke apartment complex sold for $10.6 million.
Roanoke County to hold Christmas tree lighting Dec. 5. Mines with top safety records recognized.
Shawn Moore talks about what it means to be named to the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame.
After the shootings in Charlottesville and Chesapeake, Gov. Glenn Youngkin urged for more mental health services and side stepped a question about gun-control. State Sen. Creigh Deeds said, “it’s not an either-or situation,” and guns are still an important part of the discussion.
From elsewhere: Jim McGlothlin of Bristol named Business Person of the Year by Virginia Business. Roanoke City Council urges state roll back some criminal justice reforms.
As the Mississippi River reveals relics and Lake Mead gives up its dead, most of Southwest and Southside Virginia is in the 18% of the nation not considered abnormally dry.
In just its first six years, Film Lab students have been accepted into some of the country’s most prestigious film schools, as well as earning three National Student Production Award nominations from the organization that hands out the Emmys and entry into more than 30 national and international film festivals.
The West Virginia senator wants to fast-track the natural gas pipeline, but Republicans want to deny the Democrat a victory in hopes of making him vulnerable to a re-election challenge in 2024.