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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
Welcome Samuel Ellis Shelor

Sammy Shelor, fearless leader of Lonesome River Band , and his wife Jordyn are celebrating the arrival of their first child, Samuel Ellis Shelor. He was born on April 9 at 4:57 a.m. at the Montgomery Regional Hospital in Blacksburg, VA after something of a battle in the delivery room.

Montgomery County supervisors narrowly pass sale of old Blacksburg High School

The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors brought an end to the old Blacksburg High School saga Monday night by approving the sale of the 36-acre site to the owners of the Shelor Motor Mile dealership.

Women in science share a message: Don't give up

From across the fields of science they came, marching to show that women in science have a lot to say. Biologists and ecologists, medical researchers and EMTs, doctors and nurses, biomedical engineers and neuroscientists came with stories of why they fell in love with science.

Cellos to strike their annual chord with all ages

Lisa Liske-Doorandish leads her students while rehearsing for Cellofest, an annual group cello performance featuring musicians from Community Cello Works and guest musicians.

Meridium founder gives advice to entrepreneurs as he settles into retirement

Bonz Hart didn't rule out the possibility of getting back in the ring with a new startup, but he said he's promised himself he would take a couple years off.

Montgomery County adds fire and rescue component to ACCE

Montgomery County has found the money needed to allow some of its future high school graduates to attend New River Community College for free.

McMillian looking for bigger role in Hokies' offense

Virginia Tech running back Travon McMillian carries the ball during an NCAA college football spring practice in Blacksburg Va. Thursday, March 23, 2017.

Virginia Tech Women's Basketball Heading to the Islands

The 2017/2018 women's basketball season might seem like a long time away, but this might prompt some serious interest. Virginia Tech has been tapped as a competitor in the Paradise Jam to start the season.

Jason Byrd, CPA, Named Parkridge East Hospital CFO

Mr. Byrd comes to Parkridge East Hospital from Salem, Va., where he had served as assistant chief financial officer since 2013 for LewisGale Medical Center, a 506-bed HCA facility.

People come to pay respects to victims of Virginia Tech shooting

Blacksburg, Virginia has flooded with people coming in from far and wide to pay respects to the victims of the 2007 shooting. This time of the year is always tough at Virginia Tech.

'Just keep moving': One family's story of tragedy, resilience and rebirth after April 16

The wife of slain Virginia Tech professor G.V. Loganathan is escorted to the stage to accept a plaque of recognition for her husband during an undergraduate College of Engineering graduation ceremony at Virginia Tech at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va., Saturday, May 12, 2007. G.V. Loganathan, 51, was a civil and environmental engineering professor.

Hincker: Tragedy, resilience, recovery

Ten years. One decade. Exactly 120 months since a cold April day in Blacksburg, Virginia changed the lives of thousands and thousands of people.

'Everyone rose to the occasion.' Hospital staff recalls Va. Tech shooting

The call came at 9:45 a.m. Shots fired at the Virginia Tech campus. Within minutes, Montgomery Regional Hospital in Blacksburg, Virginia, had initiated a code green - the message alerting surgeons, physicians and nurses to prepare the emergency department to respond to a disaster.

The Uninjured Victims Of The Virginia Tech Shootings

Thirty-two people were killed and many others injured on April 16, 2007, on the campus in Blacksburg, Va. Still others witnessed the shooting and were physically unharmed, but carry psychological wounds that they've also spent the last decade recovering from.

The Uninjured Victims Of The Virginia Tech Shootings

Thirty-two people were killed and many others injured on April 16, 2007, on the campus in Blacksburg, Va. Still others witnessed the shooting and were physically unharmed, but carry psychological wounds that they've also spent the last decade recovering from.

A Survivor, Now a Dad: Virginia Tech Tragedy, 10 Years Later

Ten years after he almost died at Virginia Tech, Kevin Sterne is grappling with the knowledge that one day he'll have to tell his son about the horror he worked so hard to put behind him. Kevin Sterne sits in front of Norris Hall on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg Va.

Mary Draper Ingles drama tickets to go on sale

Tickets will go on sale May 1 for a new version of the famous outdoor drama that depicts the escape of Mary Draper Ingles from the Shawnee and her 500-mile walk to Southwest Virginia from Kentucky in the 18th century.

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