Doug Doughty has his weekly round-up of college sports notes.
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 Institute for Nonprofit News named the coverage as a finalist in its annual awards.
This week’s installment of Doug Doughty’s college sports notebook.
The over-40 baseball league kicked off its season Sunday.
The hall’s director paid a visit to Roanoke to encourage more nominations.
The Detroit Tigers retire the number of the famed second baseman who grew up in Martinsville.
Former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist of Tennessee and his wife share the history of their 19th century home in Craig County.
George “Tic” Price played for VCU and Virginia Tech, then coached for three decades. He’ll have book-signing Saturday in Danville.
Anne Parker Coleman is now covering University of Virginia football, among other things.