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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
Arts & Extras: North Cross showcases cross-section of artwork tied to school

Florida-based folk artist Mary Proctor creates mixed-media paintings on doors. The reassembled pieces of glass in "Laughter" represent a kind of mending.

Vance: Don't let Roanoke lose its soul

H. Augusta Vance Vance is a Roanoke native, a graduate of Patrick Henry High School and Duke University, a mother of five, a nature lover, and an avid walker near the Murray Run.

Police: Man Claims Bomb in Trunk at White House Checkpoint

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Virginia murder suspect arrested in N.J. after traffic stop, cops say

FLORENCE -- A 20-year-old man wanted for murder in Roanoke,Virginia, was captured in Florence Monday after he fled a car pulled over by police. Markeith O'Shea Bryson Jr., of Roanoke, faces a second-degree murder charge in the Jan. 18 death of Michael Lee Nance, 28. Nance was found with a gunshot wound to his abdomen and police believe drugs were a factor in the shooting, according to The Roanoke Times .

Ex-deputy to challenge Roanoke sheriff

William Billingsley, 60, is running as an independent against incumbent Sheriff Tim Allen, a Democrat, who will seek re-election , as well as a Roanoke County police officer seeking the Republican nomination for sheriff.

Historic Beer Birthday: Robert Portner

Today is the birthday of Robert Portner . He was born in Rahden, Westphalia, in what today is Germany.

The latest: Tomb of Jesus restored to former glory

The renovated Edicule is seen in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, traditionally believed to be the site of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, in Jerusalem's old city. Photo / AP 1 Greek team completes work on shrine The tomb of Jesus has been resurrected to its former glory.

Roanoke solidifying plans to move, expand Melrose branch library

The city is solidifying plans to relocate the library from its site on Salem Turnpike to a currently vacant part of the nearby Goodwill Industries building on Melrose, according to a briefing for Roanoke City Council on Monday afternoon.

Roanoke Valley legislators skeptical of GO Virginia

Dels. Sam Rasoul , Charles Poindexter, Chris Head, Greg Habeeb, Terry Austin and state Sens. David Suetterlein and John Edwards during the Legislative Wrap-Up hosted by Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce on Monday at Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference Center.

Police: Man claims bomb in trunk at White House checkpoint

A man who drove to a security checkpoint near the White House in a stolen car and was arrested after stating "there's a bomb in the trunk," later told authorities that the object in the trunk was an asteroid and that he communicates telepathically with the president. According to a court document filed Monday, 29-year-old Sean Patrick Keoughan of Roanoke, Virginia, approached the checkpoint at 10 p.m. Saturday and said he had a meeting with President Donald Trump.

DSW, Michaels to open in old Haverty's building in Roanoke

After about five years of vacancy, the former Haverty's furniture store building near Valley View Mall in Roanoke soon will be occupied and given a major facelift.

2 people taken to hospital for carbon monoxide exposure in Roanoke

Roanoke Fire-EMS spokeswoman Tiffany Bradbury said firefighters were called to the Southview Condominiums in the 3500 block of Peters Creek Road shortly before noon Monday after high levels of carbon monoxide were reported in the building.

new DC regiona s JC Penney stores escape round of closures

No stores in the D.C. region were included on a list of almost 140 stores that J.C. Penney plans to close as part of its turnaround plan. The closest stores to D.C. that will close are in Easton, Maryland; Roanoke, Virginia; and in Christiansburg, Virginia, south of Roanoke, according to the list released by J.C. Penney.

Gregg Allman cancels 2017 concert dates

Some of those winter dates, including the Macon shows and the City Winery dates , were rescheduled for summer 2017 before Allman abruptly announced their cancellation Monday. Ticket purchasers will be refunded.

Howard: A missed opportunity

E. Duane Howard Howard is a former candidate for City Council, has served on the cities Fair Housing Board and is a former president and vice president of the Southeast Action Forum.

Man claiming bomb was in car arrested at White House

A man drove up to a White House check point shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday and told a Secret Service officer that "there's a bomb in the trunk," authorities said. As he was being pulled to the ground by a uniformed Secret Service officer, the man allegedly said, according to a D.C. police report, "this is a test."

Man claiming a bomb was in car arrested at White House Saturday

A man drove up to a White House check point shortly after 11 p.m. Saturday and told a Secret Service officer that "there's a bomb in the trunk," authorities said. As he was being pulled to the ground by a uniformed Secret Service officer, the man allegedly said, according to a D.C. police report, "this is a test."

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