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Blacksburg is probably best known as the college town of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, or more popularly, Virginia Tech. By population, Blacksburg is the largest city in Virginia. It is home to the Blacksburg Electronic Village, also known as the BEV. It began as a computer networking project at Virginia Tech in 1991. In 1993 the town used it as a link to the internet, leading the city into what has been called the "Information Age. "

Population: 39284
Local Newspapers: Blue Ridge Business Journal Roanoke Times Roanoke Times & World News
Local Sports Teams: Virginia Tech Hokies
Local Colleges: Virginia Tech

Zip Codes associated with blacksburg, virginia: 24060
Towns/Cities near blacksburg, virginia : Merrimac Christianburg Fairlawn Radford Shawsville Radford

Blacksburg News
Blacksburg to Montgomery County: Not interested in Ellenbogen proposal for old Blacksburg High School

The back and forth over the future of the old town high school property continued Tuesday as the town council effectively shot down developer Bill Ellenbogen's plans to buy it.

U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of William Morva, who killed two in Blacksburg

The U.S. Supreme Court declined Tuesday to review the case of Blacksburg killer William Charles Morva, who awaits execution on Virginia's death row.

Celebrating Love: Couple renews vows at Blacksburg wedding showcase

Still photographer, Renato Saavedra and videographer Justin Pattan record the bridle party before the wedding at the 8th Annual NRV Bridal Brunch and Sweetheart Showcase held at the Inn at Virginia Tech where the couple received a free wedding through Make-A-Wedding-Wish Come-True charity.

Chris Hurst: Campaign raises $30,000 in first week

When former WDBJ reporter Chris Hurst kicked off his political campaign Saturday he included a fundraising update - his campaign has raised more than $30,000 in the past week since he announced his run for Virginia's House of Delegates.

Hurst sees public service as a natural progression

For Chris Hurst, an entry into politics represents a new beginning and a new way to serve the citizens of Virginia.

Fire destroys Virginia Tech research building

Media outlets report the building that burned down Sunday night housed research and projects associated with the College of Architecture and Urban Studies in Blacksburg, Virginia. College associate dean Robert Schubert says the building was the location for FutureHAUS, a so-called home of the future that contained smart technology features.

Boyfriend of reporter killed on live TV eyes Va. House seat

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Former WDBJ newscaster Hurst will seek Democratic nomination in 12th House District race

Joseph Yost, R-Pearisburg. Hurst, whose girlfriend, reporter Alison Parker, was killed during an on-air shooting in 2015, resigned as anchor at WDBJ-TV on Friday.

new Court docs: Va. college student a freaked out,a thought slain teen was pregnant

The Virginia Tech freshman accused of killing a 13-year-old girl told a friend he met the girl at a high school party, couldn't remember whether he had sex with her and later thought she might be pregnant, according to court documents filed this week. David Eisenhauer, 19, has been charged with first-degree murder and abduction in the January 2016 stabbing death of the Blacksburg, Virginia, teen Nicole Lovell.

Hiding camera in gym changing room brings community service, fine for Christiansburg man

A man who set up a hidden camera to record men in a Blacksburg gym's changing area will pay $1,000 and perform 75 hours of community service, a judge ordered Thursday.

Teenager's trial in Lovell slaying postponed

The trial of a former Virginia Tech student accused of killing 13-year-old Nicole Lovell of Blacksburg will not happen in March as previously scheduled.

Former Va. Tech student accused of killing Blacksburg 13-year-old wants trial moved

Attorneys for David Eisenhauer say in court documents that the 19-year-old won't get a fair trial in Montgomery County or surrounding communities. They say they fear media coverage of the case has evoked "great passion and widespread prejudice."

Executive order blocks refugee resettlement, reignites debate in NRV

President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel from seven different Muslim-majority countries reverberated in the New River Valley where a Syrian family's plans to relocate Thursday were blocked. The Jan. 27 presidential decision renewed the NRV's discussion of refugee resettlement, which had grown into a heated debate in Radford last summer as camps split into those championing and those opposing the relocation of refugee families in the city.

Jaylen Griffin to Virginia Tech: OLB Signs with Hokies

Back in May 2016 Jaylen Griffin originally committed to the California Golden Bears, but a month later de-committed. In July Griffin verbally committed to the Virginia Tech Hokies, and visited Blacksburg just a few weekends ago.

Legal help for veterans: taking the case for those who have taken up arms

Jameson Goodell and Fernando Cota-Wertz are 3rd year law students working in the Fairfax County Veterans Drug Treatment Legal Clinic with military veterans.

House OKs bill to allow Grandin, Lyric Theatres to sell alcohol

Del. NIck Rush, R-Montgomery, left, confers with Del. Chris Jones, R-Suffolk, chairman of the House Appropriations committee, during the floor session of the Virginia House of Delegates at the State Capitol in Richmond on Wednesday.

Montgomery County on pace to top 100,000 population in 3 years

After a steady march toward a population of 100,000, Roanoke's headcount leveled off in 2016 while Montgomery County continued to grow on pace to be the region's most populous locality in three years, according to new estimates.

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