The documents were found in the basement of the Wythe County Courthouse and have now been returned to Carroll County.
A school program got Malik Clements interested in dentistry. But now the former Danville star eyes a second season in the Canadian Football League.
Doug Doughty’s weekly college sports notebook.
Vera Morton started school five years late due to school closure. It’s taken decades to catch up. Now she wants to write a book.
The latest installment of Doug Doughty’s college sports notebook.
The program is aimed at foster youth who, upon reaching adulthood, often have no support network.
City council member Joe Cobb seeks to identify those whose graves were dug up and reburied in a cemetery marked by a single tombstone.
A bus breakdown and lightning plague Roanoke College-Shenandoah lacrosse match. More in this college sports round-up.
Project Heritage Quilt honors the stories of Wise and Dickenson counties and will be unveiled next week at a Richmond museum gala. But creator Amy Tetterton doesn’t want to stop there.
Bill Hudson of Franklin County and Al Coffey of Roanoke lead a two-man effort that since 2005 has collected and donated hundreds of musical instruments to victims of natural disasters and others in need.