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The department has had about 170 applicants so far, up from about 125 last year. [Read More]
Music festivals will go at the Blue Ridge Amphitheater- despite some residents' concerns about traffic. [Read More]
The Virginia Employment Commission continues to address a major backlog of claims, by expanding operations and improving technology. But on Wednesday, state lawmakers continued to... [Read More]
This funding will support projects focused on expanding workforce development and talent pipelines in key industries, plus growing startup businesses and entrepreneurial ecosystems. [Read More]
Tom Fox will be retiring from Blacksburg Transit after years of working with the company. [Read More]
Ian's journey started in Blacksburg. [Read More]
The state's financial picture continues to improve, and the expected budget surplus from the current fiscal year continues to grow. [Read More]
Music festivals will go at the Blue Ridge Amphitheater- despite some residents concerns about traffic. The Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors approved two... [Read More]
Local guides and experts remind folks about the basics of safety on the river. [Read More]
It will be each last Wednesday of the summer months: June 30, July 28, August 25 and September 29. [Read More]
New hotel and parking garage not coming to downtown Roanoke as of June 2021. [Read More]
President Biden and Virginia lawmakers were among those who paid their respects to the late Virginia senator. [Read More]
Ronald McDonald house issues new fitness challenge. [Read More]
Goodwill hopes to serve 64 students throughout the course of the program. [Read More]
New additions will come to this year's event. [Read More]
Nearly 30 incidents of curbside items being lit on fire have happened. [Read More]
The replacement would be a diverging diamond interchange (DDI). [Read More]
All information on the department's previous website, including forms, is included on the new site. [Read More]
A special session is necessary, says the governor, to fill judicial vacancies and allocate more than $4.3 billion in federal relief funding. [Read More]
Parking and admission to the Warbird Showcase are free, although a donation to the all-volunteer non-profit Capital Wing is appreciated. [Read More]
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