Michael Maxey, the longest-serving president in Roanoke College history, is set to retire.
Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance will commission a study on Lynchburg’s economic performance.
Roanoke’s RAMP accelerator is marking five years with plans for significant changes.
Foresight Health Services owner plans to create up to 300 jobs.
The school’s new president, who has a theatrical background, sees herself as part of ensemble cast. She also wants to increase enrollment, particularly of student-athletes.
The Tazewell County school will be the first community college in Virginia to offer housing. Some of the reasons why are unique to the region.
The new healthcare provider plans to bring emergency care back to Stuart after previous hospital closed.
The state budget includes $25 million to pay off bonds on the now-closed Central Virginia Training Center in Amherst County. Here’s why that’s such a big deal (and why some neighbors worry).
The intended site for 30,000 square feet of lab space is a Carilion-owned building on South Jefferson Street.
Seven of the 10 teams saw attendance increases in 2021. This year’s season begins Thursday.