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Located immediately west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, during colonial times the site of Roanoke was an important hub of trails and roads. First called Big Lick, it was established in 1852 and chartered in 1874. It was named for a large outcropping of salt which drew the wildlife to the site near the Roanoke River. In the 1850s, Big Lick became a stop on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad (V&T) which linked Lynchburg with Bristol on the Virginia-Tennessee border.

Population: 94911
Local Newspapers: The Roanoke Times
Local Sports Teams: Salem Red Sox (Single A Baseball) Virginia Tech Hokies
Local Colleges: Virgina Tech

Zip Codes associated with roanoke, virginia: 24012 24013 24014 24015 24016 24017 24018 24019
Towns/Cities near roanoke, virginia : Vinton Cloverdale Salem Cave Spring Hollins Laymantown Troutville Daleville

Roanoke News
Kites take flight - and falls - at annual Blue Ridge Kite Festival

Kites flew high in the air, then glided down together, as the wind rose and fell during the Blue Ridge Kite Festival at Green Hill Park Saturday.

Virginias AP Broadcasters contest winners for 2017 announced

The winners for outstanding news operation are WWBT-TV in Richmond, Virginia; WCYB-TV in Bristol, Virginia; WVTF-FM in Roanoke, Virginia, and WINA-AM/FM in Charlottesville, Virginia. Charlottesville television pioneer Harold Wright was honored with the Robert Gallimore Distinguished Service Award.

Hollins Communications Research Institute Turns 45

ROANOKE, Va: Hollins Communications Research Institute , headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, reaches another milestone as the center for stuttering research and treatment innovation turns 45 years old. True to form, rather than pause to celebrate the moment, HCRI President Ronald L. Webster, Ph.D. and his team are immersed in their latest research projects and therapy programs.

Wood Haven Road initiative to seek rezoning as technology district

Roanoke, Roanoke County and Salem have gone together under the Western Virginia Regional Industrial Facility Authority to jointly acquire, develop and share the revenues from a 106-acres site off Wood Haven Road.

Osborne: The case for Osborne

Throughout my career as a clinical social worker, my guiding mission has been the belief that every person deserves dignity, access, and opportunity.

Fire damages trash train tipper at Roanoke Valley landfill

A small fire has forced the regional landfill to temporarily shift from rail to truck transport to handle the region's trash.

Gary Crowder leaves a legacy in downtown Roanoke

Gary Crowder was a soft-spoken man of few words, until it came to downtown Roanoke and its city market.

Car chase that led to crash nets man a year in prison

A summertime car chase, which saw officers pursue a stolen vehicle approximately four miles, from Southeast Roanoke into Roanoke County, has ended with the driver receiving a year behind bars.

Bank of the James Announces First Quarter 2018 Financial Results and Declaration of Dividend

Bank of the James Financial Group, Inc. , the parent company of Bank of the James, a full-service commercial and retail bank serving the greater Lynchburg area , and the Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, and Roanoke, Virginia markets, today announced unaudited results for the three months ended March 31, 2018. Net income for the three months ended March 31, 2018 was $1.12 million or $0.26 per diluted share, up 48% compared with $760,000 or $0.17 per diluted share for the three months ended March 31, 2017.

A mother and daughter are holed up in trees to block a natural gas...

Below the tree stand of Theresa Ellen Terry, a group of old and new friends gather Thursday at their own camp just outside the Mountain Valley Pipeline right-of-way.

Arts & Extras: Art that shows where storm water goes

Kim Bratic and her young assistants, son Aleks, 8, and daughter Lily, 9, work on the "Squidding Me" mural near Williamson Road Library.

The Links honors female veterans

The Roanoke Chapter of Links Inc. recently recognized veterans Yzavia Haney, Yvette Barnes, Kimberlyn Atherton-Jenkins, Katrina Morris, Patricia Davis and Lorraine Simmons for their military service.

Northam designates 'Opportunity Zones' to attract investment

Gov. Ralph Northam chose chunks of the Roanoke and New River valleys to become "Opportunity Zones" calculated to lure new private investment.

West Virginia starts new tourism campaign

Gov. Jim Justice unveiled a video Wednesday as the centerpiece for the campaign that frames the iconic song and the mountainous state's natural beauty.

Hunter: The case for Hunter

I am a non-traditional candidate running for City Council. My primary concern is the gun violence being committed in our communities.

Lawmakers call out treatment of pipeline protester in trees

A Virginia woman who has spent weeks camped in trees protesting a natural gas pipeline that would cross her property is being treated inhumanely by authorities, who have cut off her deliveries of food and water, Democratic lawmakers said Wednesday. Around a dozen Democratic members of the Virginia House and Senate held a news conference in Richmond to protest authorities' response to the 61-year-old Mountain Valley Pipeline protester.

Deschutes Brewery is rethinking its plan to open an East Coast brewery

According to a report in the Roanoke Times , Deschutes Brewery is considering delaying or scaling back plans for a new brewery on the East Coast. Back in 2016, after months of shopping around and courting local communities, the Oregon-based company announced that it had chosen Roanoke, Virginia as its East Coast home.

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